Great News For the Marsh !

A crucial portion is preserved.  Click here for details.


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SPECIAL REPORT:  Beavers in the Marsh  click here      
 
 
Nedonna Marsh is approximately 80 acres at the northern end of the Nedonna Beach neighborhood, two miles from Rockaway Beach, Oregon.  The marsh lies between Section Line Road and the south Nehalem Jetty, extending from the ocean east to an estuary adjacent to Jetty Fishery. This land has two salmon bearing streams, Jetty Creek and Nedonna Creek, that flow through the estuary and into Nehalem Bay. Within this area is a native salt water marsh, a spruce/willow wet lands with upland woods, and a dune area with many native plants. This natural area has been enjoyed over the years by many neighbors and visitors. Coyotes, beavers, river otters, deer and other wildlife make this area home. This is a migratory bird area, and it is a listed Coho habitat that connects with the recently constructed fish passage under HWY 101.
 
ATVs in the Marsh?

Click here for directions to the Marsh.

 

Explore the Marsh, learn about its past and future by clicking on the links below:
History of the Marsh A Marsh For All Seasons:  a picture gallery
Is the Marsh protected? The Living Marsh:  birds, animals and plants
News and Activities About the Friends of the Nedonna Marsh; contact us