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Tuis / Cape Falcon Photos OR 
- A plaque in Oswald State Park near the beach dedicated to Matt Kramer who wrote newpaper articles that led to the passage of the Oregon Beach Bill in 1967.
- Green heart-shaped leaves and spikes of tiny white flowers in spring on the False Lilly-of-the-Valley (Latin name: Maianthemum dilatatum). This plant grows profusely all along the Cape Falcon Trail. In this picture it has climbed up an old stump.
- Skunk Cabbage (Latin name: Symplocarpus foetidus) sporting shiny new leaves in late May along the Cape Falcon Trail. This is one of the few plants in the wild that you can smell before you see it.
- The trail passes above a small waterfall on the Cape Falcon Trail.
- Pink bell-shaped flowers of Salal (Latin name: Gautheria shallon) in bloom along the Cape Falcon Trail.
- Continuing past Cape Falcon, the Oregon Coastal Trail has this view looking north towards Arch Cape.
- From Cape Falcon, you can barely spot Sea Lions to the north but it is easy to hear their barking. You can hear them from Cape Falcon north for about another mile along the trail.
- Cormorants perch on a rock looking for a tasty treat while a seagull wheels above the birds, hoping to get to any treats first.
- Looking at the Pacific Ocean and the Cormorants from Cape Falcon.
- Several small streams are along the trail. Some have bridges and some don't. They are all step-across streams in all but winter storms.
- Looking sout to Neahkahnie Mountain along the Cape Falcon Trail.
- Looking south at Cape Falcon and the Pacific Ocean at Oswald West State Park.