Pacific Coast Hiway

Celebrating California Native Wildlife

Stone Interpretive Displays Along the Pacific Coast Highway: A Durable, Permanent Solution 
You’re driving down the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH), which hugs the dramatic California coastline near the Oregon border, to the sun-drenched beaches of San Diego. And, as happens on any road trip with world-class views beckoning, you eventually stop at an overlook, in this case the Julia Pfeiffer Burns Vista Point in Monterey County near Big Sur. This is where your already awesome trip suddenly gets better. As you look up to gaze at a giant bird gliding far above, you look down and see a life-size, biologically correct stone mosaic of the iconic California condor at your feet. Suddenly you know you’ve just glimpsed the condor in its natural habitat.

 

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Pacific Coast HIghway
Pacific Coast HIghway, California Condor
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