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Free photos of Desert, Cliffs, and Beaches, Paracas National Reserve, Peru.  

The Paracas National Reserve (340,000 hectares) in Peru was established in 1975, just south of Pisco. The Reserve and the Ballestas Islands are home to a multitude of species. Flights of birds look like the approach of a dark storm cloud, coming to line the edges of the cliffs and shores. From the cliffs can be seen diverse birds, sea lions, dolphins, and turtles. Check other related pictures from Pisco and other parts of the Paracas Preserve from the main page.

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Welcome sign at the entrance to the Reserva National de Paracas, Peru
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The desert stretches in all directions in the Reserva National de Paracas, Peru
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Cliffs overlooking the ocean in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Condor flies in updraft along cliffs in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Cliffs overlooking the surf and beach in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Touristas walk along the cliff edge in Paracas National Park, Peru
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Cliffs overlooking the ocean in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Beaches stretch for miles under the cliffs in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Cliffs overlooking the ocean in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Rocky promontory lies isolated in the ocean in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Boobies find safety and sun in the cliff faces in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Breaking surf patially covers rocks below the cliffs in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Rocky headlands jut into the ocean in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Rocky headlands with constant erosion jut into the ocean in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Rocky headlands are under constant stress from erosion and earthquakes in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Rocky headlands jut into the ocean in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Lizards, foxes, serpents, and predatory birds eke out a living based on the many birds along the cliffs in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Breaking surf covers rocks below the cliffs in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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A sign on the Cathedral Rock Formation noting it was formed over 30 million years ago The sign is atop the cliffs in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Cliffs overlooking the ocean in Paracas National Reserve, Peru
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Looking across the bay from Paracas National Reserve, Peru towrds a small commercial fishing harbor in Pisco
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Looking across a harbor in Pisco towards the cliffs in Paracas National Reserve, Peru

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This page last updated August 2014