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Mack Reef

This site off the coast of southern Oregon is comprised of submerged reef habitat and numerous offshore rocks and small islands.

Red Marker Mack Reef
This site off the coast of southern Oregon is comprised of submerged reef habitat and numerous offshore rocks and small islands.
Mack Reef - Roy W. Lowe, USFWS
Mack Reef - Roy W. Lowe, USFWS

Location: On the southern Oregon coast just south of Pistol River State Park and Crook Point in Curry County, approximately 11 miles south of Gold Beach.

Description: This site is comprised of more than 25 rocks, islands, and sea stacks that provide valuable seabird breeding habitat. Habitat varies from small barren rocks to large rocks covered with deep soils and vegetation.

Ornithological Highlights: More than 200,000 nesting seabirds comprising 10 species make use of this site, including approximately 43% of the Oregon breeding population of Leach's Storm-Petrels.

For more information on Mack Reef, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database.

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Mack Reef - Roy W. Lowe, USFWS
Mack Reef - Roy W. Lowe, USFWS

Location: On the southern Oregon coast just south of Pistol River State Park and Crook Point in Curry County, approximately 11 miles south of Gold Beach.

Description: This site is comprised of more than 25 rocks, islands, and sea stacks that provide valuable seabird breeding habitat. Habitat varies from small barren rocks to large rocks covered with deep soils and vegetation.

Ornithological Highlights: More than 200,000 nesting seabirds comprising 10 species make use of this site, including approximately 43% of the Oregon breeding population of Leach's Storm-Petrels.

For more information on Mack Reef, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database.

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