We started out with a brief talk with the wildlife biologist who is leading the bird studies. The are most concerned about the peregrine falcon nesting, and the common murres that nest on the cliffs below the road.
The female peregrine was sitting right at the top of the promontory above the major roadcut, but didn't fly until we were leaving (I didn't get any shots of that this time).
The weather was pretty nice, a bit breezy, but cloudy enough out to sea that you couldn't really see the Farralones today.
At the north end, the old gate up onto Pedro Mountain has been replaced with a new one. I'll try to figure out why, and see if we can get it opened. To make things worse, on the side coming down into the park from the mountain, was a sign saying "No Public Access"!
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