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Siuslaw River Estuary

This IBA includes submerged lands, tidelands, and lower salt marshes of the Siuslaw River from Duncan Inlet downstream to the mouth of the river on the central Oregon coast.

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This IBA includes submerged lands, tidelands, and lower salt marshes of the Siuslaw River from Duncan Inlet downstream to the mouth of the river on the central Oregon coast.

Location: The Siuslaw River estuary is located on the central Oregon coast at Florence, Lane County. The estuary is approximately 3060 acres in area and has a watershed of approximately 4560 square miles.

Description: This IBA includes submerged lands, tidelands, and lower salt marshes of the Siuslaw River from Duncan Inlet downstream to the mouth of the river.

Ornithological Highlights: Greater than 1000 shorebirds, mostly small sandpipers, have been found here during spring and fall migrations. The estuary is also an important wintering area for Tundra Swans.

For more information on Siuslaw River Estuary, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database. 

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Location: The Siuslaw River estuary is located on the central Oregon coast at Florence, Lane County. The estuary is approximately 3060 acres in area and has a watershed of approximately 4560 square miles.

Description: This IBA includes submerged lands, tidelands, and lower salt marshes of the Siuslaw River from Duncan Inlet downstream to the mouth of the river.

Ornithological Highlights: Greater than 1000 shorebirds, mostly small sandpipers, have been found here during spring and fall migrations. The estuary is also an important wintering area for Tundra Swans.

For more information on Siuslaw River Estuary, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database. 

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