High-diving seabirds known as blue-footed boobies have suddenly expanded their range in California.What did you expect? Women's bosoms? Here at Monkey in the Middle? Well maybe. I know you are disappointed. So how about this picture to satisfy your desires?
Kimball Garrett of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County tells the Los Angeles Times that the birds are suddenly "all over the place."
The species is large, bluish-gray, with a long, serrated beak, short legs and bright blue webbed feet.
Last month, the Arizona Daily Star reported a blue-footed booby appeared at Patagonia Lake State Park, the first documented sighting of the species in southeast Arizona.
Not one, but a whole bevy of beauties!