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Date: June 21, 2012

Tonight’s Location: Bullard’s Beach State Park, Bandon, Oregon

Weather: mostly sunny

Temperature: start 56º

High 63º

Wildlife count: Harbor Seals, Chipmunks

Birds: Pigeon Guillemot, Pacific Loon, Osprey, Pelagic, Double-crested, and Brandt’s Cormorants, Orange-crowned Warbler, White Crowned Sparrow, Red-shafted Flicker, American Robin, Crow, Marsh Wren, Western Gull, Wrentit, Bewick’s Wren, Bushtit, Steller’s Jay, Rufous Hummingbird, Common Murres, Oystercatcher, Canada Geese, Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Cedar Waxwing, Song Sparrow, Tree Swallow

After two busy days, we decided to just relax today. We spent a lot of time working on the campground program, “Mysteries of the Deep Blue Sea,” which shares about Gray Whales and our four Pinnipeds. A long stroll through the back of the park’s picnic areas yielded quite a few birds. Dinner was our own Halibut tacos. We ended with a ride to the Bandon Marsh, and then picked up the gov. car for tomorrow. Instead of going home, we treated ourselves to a DQ while we watched the birds and Harbor Seals at Coquille Point and Tablerock overlooks.

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