Tag Archives: Piedras Blancas Lighthouse

One at a time…

Everything seems to come at once. The Central Coast has had its share of excitement in the last few days. First of all, two of the three falcon chicks at Shell Beach have fledged. Piedras Blancas Lighthouse has three new … Continue reading

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Passing through…

We, often, have reports from birdwatching friends and dedicated followers. One of our contributing photographers, Teddy Llovet, sent this to us. Since it points out the chance of coming across an unusual visitor, we would like to share with you. … Continue reading

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“Why is Cleve not out here at the rock?” “Did you call him?” “No.” “He’s been gone for two days, so…. “ 12PM: Cleve Nash shows up at the rock. “Where have you been? Everybody has been worried about you.” … Continue reading

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No news is good news…

5 May 2013: With a threat of rain which will probably never happen, we are still waiting for the appearance of falcons on the north side of Morro Rock. The north side pair have had a steady stream of prey … Continue reading

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