Rich in history beginning with the missions construction in 1775 under guidance of the Franciscan missionary, Father Junipero Serra. It's primary purpose was for the education of the local Indians in and around San Juan, California. During springtime of each year brings the most unusual event of flocks and flocks of cliff swallows for nesting and hatching newly laid eggs on March 19. Such precision in nature. Written by
Randy C. Dills, MA, Ed.