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It would have been helpful to have better directions in order to find this place. The description said it was next to Morro Bay Inn but the sign to Morro Bay Inn was very small, we passed it several times, and we could see nothing...更多
How often can you stand amidst the trees of such a rookery right along the road? You'll experience the sounds and smells of hundreds of birds, caring for their young and guarding their nests. There are some small informative signs for the visitors. The park...更多
This was an interesting spot. There were loads of birds in the trees, on the beach and out in the tidal water. The area was obviously saturated by cormorants which are invasive. But there were also plenty of other birds and sea life. Because we...更多
We were fascinated by the nesting birds. We saw herons (just a few), cormorants and our favorite, great herons. The herons were engaged in nest building, so they were collecting nesting materials and flying them back to their nests. The backlit herons with wings outstretched...更多
Ten years ago this was a heron and egret rookery--now, due to the takeover by cormorants, most of the perch trees are dead, and few birds attend. Too bad...
I took an afternoon walk from Morro Bay State campgrounds, and discovered a Heron rookery about 3/4 of a mile up the bay. There must haver been 100 Herons flying around. I counted over 50 then gave up. It was cool.
Birds, birds and more birds. If you are lucky, you will find more than just cormorants and herons. There are egrets, hawks and eagles. Ducks and sparrows, and a diverse ecosystem that supports all of them. Come enjoy the walk, and get to know Central...更多