- Raptor Monitoring Update for May to June 2019
(posted: Jun 19, 2019)
The breeding raptor season is in full swing at Pinnacles National Park, with many species finishing up their nesting efforts. Here is an update on raptor activity through May and June.
Park Opens Nexus/Sexus Area Early
posted: March 26, 2010
In yet another example of how attentive the Park has been to the climbing community, the Park has opened several formations normally closed during the raptor closure season.
Areas recently removed from the closures list include:
- North end Balconies climbs from Digger to Plexus, including Knifeblade
- The Citadel
- The Sponge
- Beak Peak
- Generation Gap
- The Frog (The Hand & The Thumb remain CLOSED)
Note: It is confirmed that Condors are nesting in the Resurrection Wall area and this will keep Resurrection and Western Front closed for quite a while.
For the Parks latest, detailed closures listing check out their Advisory Handout