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Coquille Point Rocks

This site includes all rocks and islands from the south jetty of the Coquille River, south to Crooked Creek.

Red Marker Coquille Point Rocks
This site includes all rocks and islands from the south jetty of the Coquille River, south to Crooked Creek.

Coquille Point - Roy W. Lowe, USFWS
Coquille Point - Roy W. Lowe, USFWS

Location: On the southern Oregon coast, just southwest of Bandon, Coos County.

Description: This site includes all rocks and islands from the south jetty of the Coquille River, south to Crooked Creek. The following seabird colonies are included in the site: Table Rock, North Coquille Point Rock, Middle Coquille Point Rock, Elephant Rock, Cat and Kittens Rock, Face Rock, Grave Point Rock, Haystack Rock, Monkey Rock, and several unnamed rocks. Habitat varies from barren rocks to rocks with deep soils and vegetation.

Ornithological Highlights: This site support 60,153 breeding seabirds comprised of 10 species. The 56,745 Common Murres found here constitute 8% of the murres breeding in Oregon and a greater number than breed in all of Washington and British Columbia combined.

For more information on Coquille Point Rocks, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database.

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Coquille Point - Roy W. Lowe, USFWS
Coquille Point - Roy W. Lowe, USFWS

Location: On the southern Oregon coast, just southwest of Bandon, Coos County.

Description: This site includes all rocks and islands from the south jetty of the Coquille River, south to Crooked Creek. The following seabird colonies are included in the site: Table Rock, North Coquille Point Rock, Middle Coquille Point Rock, Elephant Rock, Cat and Kittens Rock, Face Rock, Grave Point Rock, Haystack Rock, Monkey Rock, and several unnamed rocks. Habitat varies from barren rocks to rocks with deep soils and vegetation.

Ornithological Highlights: This site support 60,153 breeding seabirds comprised of 10 species. The 56,745 Common Murres found here constitute 8% of the murres breeding in Oregon and a greater number than breed in all of Washington and British Columbia combined.

For more information on Coquille Point Rocks, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database.

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