The Woodpeckers of Southern California Trip (San Diego Birding Festival) first took us to Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, located forty miles east of San Diego, California, in the Peninsular Range. The park's 26,000 acres feature pine, fir, and oak forests, with meadows and streams that exist due to the relatively high elevation of the area compared to its surroundings. The park includes 6,512-foot (1,985 m) Cuyamaca Peak, the second highest point in San Diego County. We saw this Turkey Vulture perched in a tree with out-stretched wings. It was a cool, sunny morning with temperatures in the mid-40's.

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Date/Time 2009:03:13 21:50:00
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