Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge by Dan Meyers (Oregon Photo Spot)

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Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge by Dan Meyers

Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge is made up of three large, arched rocks and six smaller rocks sitting just offshore (although they do become more accessible during low tides). The four largest rocks serve as seabird breeding colonies. One way to see the three arch rocks up close is by kayak – but you’ll want to make the expedition between September 16th and April 30th. No watercraft is allowed within 500 feet of the rocks between May 1st and September 15th to avoid human interaction with the sensitive species who use them for breeding grounds. (Oceanside, Oregon, USA)

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