This page is just a listing with photos of the mammals; honestly, the carcasses or remains of mammals I’ve found washed up on the beach. Some of the entries are marine mammals, and some are land-based. I’ll show them if I’m lucky enough to photograph live mammals. In the meantime, here are some washed up mammal remains I’ve encountered on Oregon beaches.

I found this bone on February 1, 2022. I think it’s part of the upper jaw from a young humpback that washed up in December 2021.

Bone from the upper jaw of a young humpback whale. The bone is on wet reflective sand and the view is off to the north with the forest on the right and the surf zone on the left.
Bone from the upper jaw (young humpback)—at least I think it is!