Let’s hope we can get back out there soon. Continue reading January 2019 Tides
With apologies to Dr. Seuss… You will see all sorts of interesting things around the tidepools as you volunteer there. Here are some of our favorites over the past few years. Faces have been blurred. Underwater Basket Weaving (No, really) A man received permission to sit in the tidepools and perform his underwater basket weaving. The water made the wood fibers more pliable. Merman It … Continue reading Tidepool Tips – Oh The Things You Will See…
You can see upcoming events for the month, events such as Open Bunker Day, Weed Warriors, VNC Meetings, talks and walks. You can also quickly view the tide charts for the month and get quick access to the Ebinder (the park’s comprehensive reference manual, a compendium of everything you could possibly need to know, and more, as a Volunteer or staff member). And you can … Continue reading Did You Know – the VIP Voice is CNM Volunteers blog?
Have you noticed the log which is now behind the Education Table at the tidepools? Would you like to know how this mysterious log got there? Well read on to hear from VIP Mona as she describes this story. I was chatting with three women at the education table when I saw something odd in my peripheral vision. A log was floating through the … Continue reading Tidepool Tips – Case Of The Mysterious Log
Do you have an interest in being part of the Science Explorer’s Club? Introduce park visitors to science in the park and encourage environmental stewardship through hands-on activities. Volunteers guide visitors through these activities, teaching them how to collect data and make scientific observations. Topics include tidepool monitoring, citizen science, bird surveys, and more! If you are interested in volunteering, contact Amanda Gossard for … Continue reading Did You Know – Science Explorer’s Club
This month’s Creature Feature at the Tidepools Educations Table is the Bat Star. Continue reading Creature Feature – Bat Star