Port Orford Ocean Wildlife Viewing Kayak TourFree Cancellation • Wildlife • Instant Book
Duration: 2 hours 15 minutes
Port Orford, Oregon
Large and beautiful headland protected by Oregon State Parks full of secret coves, a cultural site, kelp beds, Aquarium Arch paddle through, working fishing port of Port Orford, access to and views of Redfish Rocks Marine Research Reserve and Humbug Mountain to the south. There are multiple colonies of Cormorants, Black Oyster Catchers, Common Murre, Pigeon Guillemots and lots of seasonal birds as well as Harbor Seal pupping grounds and resting areas. It is not uncommon to see Gray Whales from late winter through to the fall migration. Oregon's summer resident population seems to favor this protected cove. During late spring and summer we will sample various seaweeds on this paddle. Total distance is about 4 miles for the 2.25 hour tour. We will be wearing wetsuits on this tour.
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