Beginning Sunday, July 20, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will offer interpretive “Wildlife Watches” in Spanish at Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area.
Through a partnership with Environment for the Americas, a bilingual interpreter will be available to guide visitors throughout the park, sharing information about the natural history of the Yaquina Headland.
The bilingual interpreter will be available to host Wildlife Watches in English and Spanish each Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. This interpretive offering will begin Sunday July 20 and continue through August 24.
The bilingual interpreter may be available at other times during the week to host a Wildlife Watch for special groups.
The BLM encourages everyone to come and enjoy the many nesting seabirds on the off-shore rocks, Peregrine falcons, resdeint harbor seals, the amazing tide pool life and great opportunities to catch a glimpse of a whale.
If you would like to schedule a weekend or weekday tour or learn more about the Wildlife Watches at Yaquina Head, contact the bilingual interpreter Lucila Fernandez, at 541-961-0879.
Visit Yaquina on line at: www.blm.gov/or/resources/recreation/yaquina