Author Archives: Pacific Coast Peregrine Watch

About Pacific Coast Peregrine Watch

We are a 501(c)3 charitable educational organization. We raise scholarship funds for CalPoly students studying biology. The Pacific Coast Peregrine Watch is here to inform birders, students and all people who are eager to know about these handsome peregrines. We want you to enjoy and be able to use our on-site powerful spotting scopes. We are available to answer your questions about the pair of falcons that have been observed for many years.

PCPW scholarship Fund

For your holiday shopping, remember to use the Amazon Smile site to benefit our Scholarship Fund for  a CalPoly Wildlife Biology Student. Click the link here  https://smile.amazon.com/ch/46-1442299 Thanks for participating! Bob and Heather

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Red right returning…

Observation date:  23 August 2016 Additionally, if you watch these posts on Facebook, please go to the WordPress website and add your email to make sure you receive all posts. I had a bit of a problem with Facebook postings not … Continue reading

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Amazon Smile…

Be sure to go to our other website to read the latest post. http://pacificcoastperegrinewatch.org/2014/10/26/amazon-smile/ Peace, Heather

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Aquatic bonanza…

Hello friends, We have moved to a new WordPress website. http://www.pacificcoastperegrinewatch.org Please follow us there and sign up your email for new observations from Bob Isenberg. You may also click the Amazon Smile button to help fund our 501(c)(3) educational … Continue reading

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Western Gull and Double-Crested Cormorant

Originally posted on Peace of Mind:
“You Cormorants are so stuck up!”

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Sunday at “the rock”…

Sorry to take so long to getting back to you good followers but, I have been trying to get confirmation. Many keen observers are always helpful. Here is what I’ve seen and believe is happening.  Yesterday, Sunday, the few hours … Continue reading

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Be patient…

Please be patient while we switch over to the WordPress.org website. We will then be able to bring you an eStore and other upgrades! We look forward to expanding our capabilities on the web. Meanwhile, Bob will continue his observations … Continue reading

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Soiled, but not foiled…

Photo by Cleve Nash On the left you can see the female and her wet vent area. The male on the right has brought her prey to eat. All signs, from observations, tell us that egg laying has begun. Cleve … Continue reading

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Favors in return…

“Simone” Photo by Cleve Nash A lot of nice people were visiting Morro Bay over the four day holiday. Many were able to see the “tall ships” do battle outside the bay and many saw the falcons for the first … 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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