At Pinnacles the campground yielded an incessantly vocal Red-shouldered Hawk which was later joined by another. Acorn Woodpeckers, California Quail, Spotted Towhees, Sunning Turkey Vultures, a Bobcat, and the promise of Condors, created a wonderful atmosphere.
Early on, we came across two Golden Eagles feeding on the carcass of a Wild Boar that we surmise had been hit by a car the previous night.
Eventually we found over 15 Long-eared Owls. They were packed into a single tree (notice the tail of another owl behind this one). The day would eventually have 4 species of owl including a Burrowing Owl, and a lovely look at a Short-eared Owl floating over a darkening field that was still populated with White-tailed Kites, Northern Harriers, and an Egret that plucked two gophers from the ground.