Admission is free, but donations are gladly accepted.
Haystack Rock. It's that photogenic monolith surrounded by beautiful tide pools and home to many sea birds. With the popularity of drones growing, the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum has asked Haystack Rock Awareness Program Director, Melissa Keyser, to come talk about all things Haystack Rock. What is a marine reserve? How did this all get started? Keyser will walk us through what we need to know and all the fun facts related to Cannon Beach’s Haystack Rock on Thursday, June 20 at 4:00 p.m.
The Haystack Rock Awareness Program was started in the 1980's and has continued to protect the intertidal and bird ecology of Haystack Rock’s marine garden and Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge. Keyser has truly found her passion with the Haystack Rock Awareness Program. A love of the environment and our beautiful shores shine through everything she does. You won't want to miss this talk as Keyser explores what it means to be a marine garden and wildlife refuge.
Seating and parking for this presentation is limited. Arrive early to get a cup of tea or coffee. Doors close at 4:15 p.m.