Rolled back into the office just in time to pick up one of our last “bird books.” If you don’t have it yet- then get on down to the store to get yours and prepare to enter the world of #wildbirds #birdsofprey #patagonia @patagonia (at Patagonia Ventura)

Rolled back into the office just in time to pick up one of our last “bird books.” If you don’t have it yet- then get on down to the store to get yours and prepare to enter the world of #wildbirds #birdsofprey #patagonia @patagonia (at Patagonia Ventura)

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“They choose not to live in crowded, polluted places. They thrive on pristine landscapes and illustrate balance in a world we are threatening to destroy.” – excerpt from our new catalog wholly dedicated to birds of prey, which drops today. It includes a legendary collection of falconry images and field notes about birds of prey. photo: Tim Davis
 Don’t miss this one – click here to request one in your mailbox or pick one up at your local Patagonia store – find it here.

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“They choose not to live in crowded, polluted places. They thrive on pristine landscapes and illustrate balance in a world we are threatening to destroy.” – excerpt from our new catalog wholly dedicated to birds of prey, which drops today. It includes a legendary collection of falconry images and field notes about birds of prey. photo: Tim Davis

 Don’t miss this one – click here to request one in your mailbox or pick one up at your local Patagonia store – find it here.

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”How could one ever be bored with so many good things to see and feel! This unity with our joyous surroundings, this ultra-penetrating perception gave us a feeling of contentment that we had not had for years.” - Yvon Chouinard recounts his first ascent of the Muir wall in 1965. 

Today we celebrate President Lincoln’s signing of the Yosemite Grant 150 years ago which laid the groundwork for national parks as we know them today. 

Photo: Glen Denny 

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”How could one ever be bored with so many good things to see and feel! This unity with our joyous surroundings, this ultra-penetrating perception gave us a feeling of contentment that we had not had for years.” - Yvon Chouinard recounts his first ascent of the Muir wall in 1965. 

Today we celebrate President Lincoln’s signing of the Yosemite Grant 150 years ago which laid the groundwork for national parks as we know them today. 

Photo: Glen Denny