Tag Archives: Cleve Nash

We are so lucky…

The Peregrine Watch is so lucky to have such a dedicated photographer who contributes so much. Quiet, soft spoken with a very dry sense of humor. In a gathering of people around the spotting scopes, you would never know he … Continue reading

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Leave the fog behind…

When summer comes to Morro Bay,  you can be sure there will be days of fog along the coast. A mile inland it can be sunny and 80°F, but the warm air rising brings in the marine layer along the … Continue reading

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The lighter side…

At this time of year with all the young falcons taking to the skies, it’s a good time to show you the other side of beauty, power and speed. I’m talking about all the goofy things you never see or … Continue reading

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Cacophony of cacking…

Got an early start today. No more banker’s hours. Cleve says, “No wind and more action in the early hours.” It’s before 7AM and I’m here with coffee for both of us and Cleve is AWOL. Too bad he missed … Continue reading

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A tale of two tails…

Today, Memorial Day, we have two airborne falcons and one still grounded in the eyrie. However, “Flyboy” has returned to the nest site at least twice today. Seems he’s a little ticked at late meals or, at least, food going … Continue reading

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Cold and hungry…

Two cold nights on the rock all alone got young “Fly Boy” motivated. We found him early this morning some 300 yards from where we left him the night before. After watching for a couple of hours, with a few … Continue reading

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Cleve said “And now there are three!”

Wind has been the order for the last few days. First from here, then from there and very little break in between. Yes, there are three young chicks you see in the photo by Cleve Nash taken this morning, in … Continue reading

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Two surely, maybe more…

Saturday is always a big day, especially if the weather is nice. No one is disappointed today, surfers, sunbathers, kite-flyers, and some to see the falcons. By 7 something AM, Cleve Nash had seen three young and believed there might … Continue reading

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Through the ages, a visual aid to the falcon chicks…

  Day 1 to 24  Now that we have young visible chicks in one of our nest sites and more soon to hatch on the south side of Morro Rock, I wanted to give you, our readers, something so that … Continue reading

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First sighting…

Photos by Cleve Nash Actually happened May 11 and 12, 2013. 8:30 AM First sighting of young falcon chicks occurred on the north side of Morro Rock and Cleve Nash was there to capture the first photographs. I got there … Continue reading

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