Caltrans saw the problem coming, and has spent about a half a million dollars building small platforms into the new span. They are being called cormorant condos, designed as a place where the birds can make a new home.
Bald eagles are making a comeback in Northern California.
Bay Area bird lovers are flocking to Crystal Springs reservoir in San Mateo County, to see the Peninsula’s first nesting bald eagles in almost a century.
A bird whose populations were decimated in San Francisco and other parts of California has been spotted nesting in the city’s Bayview District.