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O'Hara Creek

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Dungeness crab (Cancer magister) washed up on the beach near O'Hara Creek (bobcat)


O'Hara Creek is a very short creek that runs into the mouth of Netarts Bay near the boat basin in Netarts, Oregon. A breakwater here has a picnic table from which you can observe the crab boats and harbor seals and admire the vista across to Netarts Spit.

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