Silicon Valley Birding: Shoreline Park

The Accidental Birder

Doubled-crested Comorant Shoreline Park California Doubled-crested Comorant

It’s the thing I’ve always wanted to do: Drag my husband back to the place where I spent my twenties and, while holding his hand, lead him around to all my old stomping grounds like an excited kid.

It was after college when I moved to the Bay Area where I then spent nine of my most formative years—from age 21 right up to the day I turned 30. It was the assault on my senses I was craving after spending the last four years at a very conservative religous university, and my mind exploded with all that the Bay Area had to offer: The diversity of people who are unafraid of what people think of them, the laissez-faire attitude of wearing shorts to work (I couldn’t even wear shorts in the testing center where I went to college) and the sheer volume of art, theatre and music…

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