If you are a biologist, and you look up a cliff side and see this?
Whitewash = birds.
(& I didn't know that whitewash was
specifically a TYPE of bird poop,
common to seabirds. Learned that here. =) )
To a biologist, this is exciting.
Look at all those lovely crevices and perches!
And this all overlooks the ocean,
so no wonder these birds love it here.
The water was such a lovely color, that day.
The sound I heard while taking the cliff photos
was a pair of Peregrine falcons zooming around. Awesome.
Apparently, their existence here was not a news flash:
(p.s. how does one enter a rock?)
And I just have to show the lovely coastal sage scrub on the
vegetated parts of Morro Rock (in San Luis Obispo county).
*sigh* Love that stuff...
my fuzzy, tough little friends. =)
Anyhow, yet another example of wildlife "sign"
that means something cool is afoot.
Or, way, way over your feet. =)