Field-trip
Video Series

Through a comprehensive visitor intercept survey, the Cape Perpetua Collaborative has learned that visitors who are not from Oregon are less aware of the local gems. Oregon Residents who visit, and return again and again, seek new opportunities to connect with the area. We want to encourage visitors to appreciate the significance around them and become stewards.

The goal of this project is to develop 5 short videos to foster conservation and collaboration, increase awareness of recreating responsibly with invitations to join in ongoing citizen science projects, encouraging stewardship from the land to the sea in and around Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve and Protected Areas, connecting stories to strategy species and bringing alive the cultural and historical significance of the focus areas.

VIDEO: Historic 804 Trail – Yachats, Oregon

VIDEO: Historic 804 Trail – Yachats, Oregon

Follow along as we hike the outstanding 804 trail located adjacent to the Cape Perpetua North Marine Protected Area. As part of the Oregon Coast Trail you will learn about its rich history from knowledgeable locals as we find out what makes this geographic location so...

Video: What makes Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve special?

Video: What makes Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve special?

​Find out some of the amazing features of Oregon’s largest marine reserve. The unique combination of features both above and below the water provide the perfect habitat to both ancient and endangered creatures. Heceta Bank & Underwater...

Video: Exploring the Tidepools – Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve

Video: Exploring the Tidepools – Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve

Follow along as we visit the remarkable tide pools located within the Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve. Learn from knowledgeable professionals and specialists as they teach us about what makes these tide pools and this geographic location so unique. After this short film...

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