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Nature drama at Oceana High School today.
A great blue heron was hunting gophers on the big grass field when it caught one, and flew off with it, but dropped it.
A red tail hawk was ready to sweep it up and didn't drop it.
Posted by: Bill Collins | October 10, 2018 at 11:24 AM
It looks like the proposal is to add public access to the watershed that holds the drinking water supply for the Peninsula and San Francisco. In any year -- drought or not -- we have to appreciate that members of the public will wander off the trail, leave litter, not pick up after themselves, bring pets, use a walking trail in ways never intended, including not picking up after themselves or their pets, etc.
Fortunately, we have hundreds of trails and miles to pick from off Skyline and in GGNRA, local parks, and beaches.
It's not something we can afford to risk with our drinking water supply.
Posted by: PB | March 22, 2014 at 08:43 PM
Thanks for linking to us!
Posted by: Beth | March 02, 2009 at 10:05 AM