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FYI on Index - The Cheeks Area

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My buddy Dave and myself wandered up to do some climbing in the cheeks area yesterday. As we were getting ready to cross the "perverse traverse" a falcon made it very apparent that he did not like our presence in the area. We watched him for a few more minutes and he was clearly pissed that we were there. Assuming that the falcon was nesting somewhere on that part of the cliff we departed to come back another day. So if anybody wants to go up there its probably best to wait until the standard time for falcon closures gets lifted (end of july) or risk being an ass and some talons in your back.

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way to be responsible stewards guys! you are correct...that is one of the places the falcons nest every year. the lack of traffic over there gives them a hassle free place to do their thing. the biologists who set up their spotting scopes down in town, can get good observations due to the nests location.

 

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