Almost 1 bar internet connection preventing any posting from Friday night and a all day into the dark ride today from the Salton Sea to the Pacific Ocean at Cambera has resulted in a out of helmet experience of eating pizza in the hotel room.
Birding and Biking along the Salton Sea was a perfect day of riding. Temperature not to hot, not to cold and lots to see and shoot.
What you see along the Salton Sea
One of the first things I notice about the Sea was that Egrets like it a lot. Our first stop at north shore we saw lots of Snowy and Great Egrets hanging around. Then we discovered why. Dead Tilapias are tasty Egret food.
Going further south and stopping at the State Park visitor center we joined a Ranger lead birding group. We crept along the shore gazing into the reeds and we spotted: Shovlers, Teals, Coots, Avocets, Black Necked Stilt…and some others that we only heard chirping, shrieking, clacking. It was a great day of birding, and biking.
Once we got to the hotel the only place to park outside the room was handicap so we bikered up the sigh, and ....