Bottom line: an amazing, sensual, fantastic, and free place for viewing, hearing, and appreciating natural wonder in the form of black-tailed sea gulls. Words and pictures won't suffice -- please check it out in person.
Details: I have visited five or six times since Summer 2013. What an amazing place at any time of year; but, especially true in April-May. During this time, thousands of birds have laid eggs and are nesting them. What a wonderful, noisy, and intense experience to witness! When I visited again in early July, the nestlings had hatched. The youngsters were noisy, needy, and wonderfujl.
Tip: bring an umbrella for head cover -- or borrow an umbrella from the closet located at the bottom of the stairs which lead onto the shrine.
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