Images of California condors, whales, dolphins and Big Sur vistas
A collection of 951 images from now through 2011

Condor and contrail.  Big Sur.
Condor and contrail. Big Sur. (1/25/2016)
California condor #251 "Crush" floating past a small patch of mist in Big Sur.
California condor #251 "Crush" floating past a small patch of mist in Big Sur. (1/25/2016)
A young humpback whale lifts half its body out of the water as it chin slaps in Monterey Bay.
A young humpback whale lifts half its body out of the water as it chin slaps in Monterey Bay. (1/24/2016)
Taken on board the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch cruise
California condor #251 "Crush" caught mid flap in Big Sur.
California condor #251 "Crush" caught mid flap in Big Sur. (1/16/2016)
California condor #317, a female from the Pinnacles flock, might look like she's being aggressive here, but I'm fairly sure she was just stretching her wings and yawning before she took off - though of course, I could be completely wrong.
California condor #317, a female from the Pinnacles flock, might look like she's being aggressive here, but I'm fairly sure she was just stretching her wings and yawning before she took off - though of course, I could be completely wrong. (1/16/2016)
California condor #317 flies over the ocean on a cloudy, drizzly day in Big Sur, CA
California condor #317 flies over the ocean on a cloudy, drizzly day in Big Sur, CA (1/16/2016)
Monarch butterflies occupy a tree branch at Lighthouse Field in Santa Cruz, CA
Monarch butterflies occupy a tree branch at Lighthouse Field in Santa Cruz, CA (1/15/2016)
California condors #219 "Puff Daddy", #481 and an unidentified third bird decide who gets to roost where as condor #650 "Zenith"
California condors #219 "Puff Daddy", #481 and an unidentified third bird decide who gets to roost where as condor #650 "Zenith" (in the further tree) wonders if he can join them in the same tree. #219 was at the top of the tree once they'd figured it all out! (1/11/2016)
California condors #650 "Zenith"
California condors #650 "Zenith" (left), a juvenile male from the Big Sur flock and #481, an adult female from the Pinnacles National Park flock, share a perch in the late afternoon Big Sur sunshine. (1/11/2016)
The ocean swells were creating layers of mist as they crashed on shore in Big Sur.
The ocean swells were creating layers of mist as they crashed on shore in Big Sur. (12/29/2015)
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