There’s No Room at the Inn: Bay Bridge’s “Cormorants Condos” Are Packed

KPIX reports, “Suddenly, in the last few weeks, cormorants by the hundreds have finally decided to move into specially constructed roosting areas beneath the new [San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge] span. Sea bird biologist Mark Rauzon said, ‘I thought it would be like 40 this year, 100 next year and then maybe 500 in three years, but to have 700 in the same season that the bridge was available, or that the old bridge was not available, that’s the beautiful thing about it.’”