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Fits and starts…

Observation date: 3 March 2016 The Pacific Coast Peregrine Watch has been off line for an unusual amount of time and not because we don’t want to. Most of the problems were not something that we could control. The gate … 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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Falconatics…

Observation date: 18 July 2014 A pleasant visit from two people that share the same passion and do the same thing that I do as volunteer interpreters for The Peregrine Fund through the Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group… One … Continue reading

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Something worthwhile…

We are creating a scholarship fund for college students in ornithology. Our first effort is to give you the option of choosing our organization when you visit and make purchases from Amazon.  We will receive .05% of your purchase price from  Amazon Smile. … Continue reading

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Twice, if you’re not too tired…

Morro Bay is slowly coming back to normal after being inundated by “twitchers” and birders of every description. Everywhere you looked there were groups walking around loaded with all the paraphernalia that usually adorns the type. The Morro Bay Winter … Continue reading

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High on High Mountain…

Migration time along the Central Coast of California is underway with a few unusual sightings. First, it was the blue footed booby who stayed for a week or two. Last week, it was the black vulture that spent a couple … Continue reading

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A first for me…

It’s hard to get used to a spring and summer without young ones around on the south side of Morro Rock. In all the years that I have observed them, this was a first for me. Inactivity at the rock … 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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Mildly obsessive-compulsive…

Cleve Nash and Bob Isenberg Photo by Heather O’Connor Bob and I had been talking together about how to introduce to you our friend, the fine photographer, Cleve Nash. So that we would have examples with which to educate everyone, … Continue reading

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Presidents’ Day weekend…

Photo by Heather O’Connor As we continue to observe the antics of the breeding peregrines, this holiday weekend brought two tall ships, the “Lady Washington” and the “Hawaiian Chieftain” into Morro Bay, California. A delightful day in the low 70s … Continue reading

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