The Pacific Coast Peregrine Watch is here to raise money for Cal Poly students in the field of Biology. We are at Morro Rock, Morro Bay, California to educate all who are curious about the fastest animal on Earth.  Enjoy these magnificent birds in the field with our powerful spotting scopes, photos and our personal knowledge. The knowledge gained by all visitors gives the awareness of  interactions between the birds and the biome so that we can be better stewards of the Earth.

We are here to educate through observation. 

It is a magnificent raptor found at Morro Rock State Preserve. Being beautifully designed for speed and acrobatics, its abilities are used to capture prey as small as warblers and as large as a goose in mid-flight. In the past, it was frequently called a “Duck Hawk.” For many previous generations, it has attracted Native Americans of the Mississippian culture people (c. 800-1500) as symbols of “aerial (celestial) power.” Numerous other cultures have noted its regal and aristocratic nature. It is a handsome bird often used for hunting. Eighteen other subspecies are found around the world.

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5 Responses to Mission

  1. mary zalokar says:

    Please advise if peregrine watch hats still available for sale. thanks.

    • Pacific Coast Peregrine Watch says:

      Yes, we do have hats. Colors available are navy, powder blue, royal blue and white of $20 plus CA tax $1.60 plus $5.00 to ship anywhere in USA.

      We have long sleeve t-shirts in stone blue for $25 plus $2.00 CA tax plus $5 shipping.

      Thank you for your interest.

  2. Pacific Coast Peregrine Watch says:

    I see that I’ll have to get a “store” up and running soon. You are the second person to ask. To answer your question, I’ll email you directly with information about ordering hats & long sleeve t-shirts. Thanks for your request.

  3. Ellie Miles says:

    Was there last week. The guys doing this work are amazing. Worth going to see them when visiting Morro Bay. Such great pictures and information. Saw a wonderful sight of a Falcon thru their viewing scope. Thanks for your dedication guys!

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