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An osprey visits Bluffs Park

With their numbers decimated over the decades by hunting, habitat loss and pesticides (DDE in particular) it's heartening to see one of these fierce birds do well in Malibu.

This one has been visiting a snag in Bluffs Park the last few days, close enough to PCH that people are pulling over to stop and take a look. Last year volunteers from the Student Conservation Association built an osprey perch in the Malibu lagoon, and visitors to the Adamson House often get photos of the raptor hunting. (Well, fishing.)

He's so handsome.

crow watches osprey

the osprey in bluffs park


osprey in Malibu

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