Black Wall and nearby crags are a common nesting site for peregrine falcons. The pair often nest in the ledge systems right of Touch and Go. If nesting activity/behavior is apparent please take care to avoid disturbing the nest and avoid nearby climbing routes.
Peregrine falcon @top of P2. Her chicks were really close to two bolted anchors on the left of the head wall (I don't know what route that was)
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Climb the bolted knifeblade crack that starts to the left of One Hand Clapping. Climb the easy face to a high first bolt. Figure out the small roof, gain the rest, and the prepare to go for it. Crimp on shallow pinscars and trust your footwork to bolted anchor.