Tag Archives: Cleve Nash

Excitement at Sweet Springs…

During the month of February 2017, drama took over. The winter residents included a Bald Eagle flying over Sweet Springs Nature Preserve, Los Osos, CA. It comes in with the migrating birds and leaves in the springtime. The peregrine is our visiting … Continue reading

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A little less wind in our sails…

Observation date: August 2015 I think it only fair that I share with you the reason that you haven’t heard from us since July 19, 2015 and I do apologize for it. We, the Pacific Coast Peregrine Watch, are a … Continue reading

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Kudos to Cleve…

Observation date: 5 July 2015 Last spring, a new female came in to replace the one that had been on the north side of Morro Rock for the last few years. We don’t know what happened to the last female, … Continue reading

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Band 70AC…

Observation date: 4 November 2014 Bonding continues with the peregrines on Morro Rock’s south side. The pair continue cooperative hunting and nearby perching. There have been no serious courtship flights, just a lot of the tiercel following her around in … Continue reading

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Two down, one to go…

Observation date: 13 May 2014 We turn to Shell Beach, where all the action is with the young falcons. Two of the three young have fledged leaving a very large female in the eyrie. Females being larger take longer to … Continue reading

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Long trail…

Observation date: 5 May 2014 As it has in the past, the Shell Beach peregrines are the first to have their young appear. I can’t remember a year when one of the other near eyries was first to hatch young. … Continue reading

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Feathers drifted down…

Observation date: 8 April 2014 With 13 more days of incubation to go, action has picked up around here. Yesterday, a large juvenile female falcon or “brownie” followed the resident male who was returning to the rock with prey thinking … Continue reading

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Ready or knot…

All of Morro Bay is in a tizzy. The Morro Bay Winter Bird Festival is upon us once again, bigger than ever. A number of events sold out within the first few hours of opening registration. Owling at night with … Continue reading

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Splish, splash…

Almost winter now. The solstice will be upon us this Saturday. The Peregrine Watch will be on hand for the Native American activities in the late afternoon. I’ll be sure to write something about it later next week. This morning, … Continue reading

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Twiggin’ it…

This is a slow time of year and not too much excitement, but it gives us the chance to catch up on our house-keeping and buying a new Epson Projector EX5220 for school presentations. Now, Heather will have to create … Continue reading

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