Oswald West Action Day and Bird Walk Oct. 6th

Do you love Oswald West State Park? Would you like to give back to a park that has given so much to so many? Join us on Saturday, October 6 from 10 am to noon for a morning filled with community service to give back to our beautiful Oregon coast! The Portland Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation will be hosting a beach cleanup along with some restoration projects – open to everyone of all ages! Surfrider Portland is partnering with the Cape Falcon Marine Reserve, Oregon State Parks, Explore Nature Tillamook Coast, and Costa Sunglasses for this great stewardship event!

We’ll spend 2 hours on beach clean-up and minor Oswald West restoration projects with Oregon State Park rangers. Volunteers will be treated to Surfrider PDX sponsored snacks and beverages. There will be some fun Costa Sunglasses swag to give away as well!
Attending the Surfrider Foundation Action Day at Oswald West State Park on Saturday, October 6? As a bonus, you’ll also have the opportunity to go on a guided bird walk led by COASST (Coastal Observation And Seabird Survey Team) volunteer Jim Pendergrass.

Bring your favorite work clothes, work gloves and a few friends. And don’t forget your surfboard if you want to stay afterwards and ride some waves. For details and to RSVP visit http://www.eventbrite.com/e/oswald-west-action-day-tickets.
Please RSVP so we can get an accurate headcount for food and volunteers.

About Surfrider Portland:
The Portland Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation’s work is focused keeping it clean upstream through our programs including #DitchTheStrawPDX, Ocean Friendly Restaurants, Green Streets, Hold On To Your Butt programs and our Blue Water Task Force water quality monitoring program out on the North Coast. Learn more at www.portland.surfrider.org

About Cape Falcon Marine Reserve:
The Cape Falcon Marine Reserve and Marine Protected Area is situated along the northern Oregon coast between Cannon Beach and Manzanita. It is 4.6 miles long and includes all of the state waters (3 nautical miles) The marine reserve covers 32.8 square km of ocean habitat. The Oswald West State Park shoreline includes some of the most outstanding old growth coastal rainforest remaining. Learn more at www.nehalemtrust.org/capefalconmr