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Two Arches Rock NWR

Rocks off the north-central Oregon coast which serve as important seabird habitat.

Red Marker Two Arches Rock NWR
Rocks off the north-central Oregon coast which serve as important seabird habitat.

Location: On the north-central Oregon coast, just off Cape Kiwanda, southern Tillamook County.

Description: This IBA includes the namesake rock as well as adjacent rocks and a small area of headland.

Ornithological Highlights: This site supports more than 42,000 nesting seabirds including 6% of the Oregon Common Murre breeding population. In addition, two Bald Eagle nests occur in close proximity to this site and eagles commonly prey on nesting seabirds here.

For more information on Two Arches Rock, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database.

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Location: On the north-central Oregon coast, just off Cape Kiwanda, southern Tillamook County.

Description: This IBA includes the namesake rock as well as adjacent rocks and a small area of headland.

Ornithological Highlights: This site supports more than 42,000 nesting seabirds including 6% of the Oregon Common Murre breeding population. In addition, two Bald Eagle nests occur in close proximity to this site and eagles commonly prey on nesting seabirds here.

For more information on Two Arches Rock, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database.

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