Birds of Prey
The birds drifted in the updraft and heat off this stone faced cliff. Look carefully. You can see it on the right side, mid way between the top and bottom. It was hard to distinguish between the bird and the shadow, but this is really the bird. I think it's a condor.
The area surrounding our hotel-at-the-end-of-the-road was a national refuge.
Cows and Sheep
The folks are all leaving the rural areas like this one. I doubt if the grass is greener elsewhere, but it does leave lots for the cows and sheep. It is no wonder they wander at will, whole herds stopping traffic, going about as though they owned the place. As a tour group, we took the most amazing delight in these farm animals.
The herders put these humongous bells on the cows, and you could hear the sound of the bells tinkling and the birds singing in the morning quiet.