At least three eggs have been laid since mid-February.
Closure will allow staff to remove down trees, repair trail washouts and mitigate any safety concerns.
Restrictions implemented to protect nesting birds of prey.
Helping to rebuild the population following devastating losses, biologists successfully release 11 as two wait in the wings for their turn.
Pinnacles National Park and Ventana Wildlife Society say it’s ‘the single biggest loss of condors from a wildfire since releases began in California in 1992.’
Most trails and the road to Bear Gulch re-open.
All park trails remain closed except for the Bench and Sycamore trails due to high fire danger and the overloading of the national wildland fire response system.
Two chicks perish, nine free-flying adults remain missing.
Closures in effect until conditions change in relation to wildland fire danger.
It’s open for day use and camping.
District 2 Supervisor candidate Kollin Kosmicki writes that enhanced tourism efforts should be at the forefront of economic development in San Benito County.
Campground remains open for visitors with existing reservations.
Blanca Alvarez Stransky brings 34 years of parks experience.
District 2 supervisor candidate Kollin Kosmicki writes that San Benito County should rename all of Highway 25 as Pinnacles National Park Highway, and proposes the county start branding itself as "Home of Pinnacles National Park."
First consideration will be given to applications received by Jan. 11.