Learn about the Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge and how it was established to return this salt marsh to its natural state. It is one of six such wildlife refuges on the Oregon Coast, and is home to stoic salt-starched skeleton trees which you might admire from your kayak. Living nearby is abundant bird life such as the Great Egret and lucky paddlers will see Red-tailed Hawks and Bald Eagles watchfully perched on sun bleached snags. You might enjoy a sighting of the Great Blue Heron stalking its prey by patiently standing still and then swiftly nabbing a passing fish with speed and grace.
*First* before paying online, reserve your date and time via this Intake Form or call *Phone Number* (503) 866-4808. See Weather Protocols and Info about re-scheduling and cancellations. No experience necessary for many tours. 48Hr or more typically required. Two (2) person minimum.