Two girls wear thei Junor Ranger hats and vests, sit on a stone wall with the blue water of San Diego Bay behind them.

Cabrillo National Monument Celebrates National Park Week April 17 – 25 With Junior Ranger Day and Plein Air Artists in the Park

San Diego, CA – Cabrillo National Monument will celebrate National Park Week with a Junior Ranger Day event on Saturday, April 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Plein Air painting by local artists April 11 – May 10. Junior Ranger Day, April 17 Families are invited to pick up free copies of the park’s new Junior Ranger booklets from the Visitor Center and … Continue reading Cabrillo National Monument Celebrates National Park Week April 17 – 25 With Junior Ranger Day and Plein Air Artists in the Park

A sunset along a rocky shoreline.

What’s in the Tidepools? – March 2021

Our dedicated volunteers at Cabrillo National Monument take photos of the exciting flora and fauna down in the tidepools! We want to try and capture the wonderful photos that volunteers are taking in the tidepool area. This blog post will get published on a monthly basis, but we need your help. We encourage you to contribute by submitting your memorable photos and/or short videos to cnmvipvoice@gmail.com. … Continue reading What’s in the Tidepools? – March 2021

Large sea turtle laying on a beige towel

Scientific Snapshot- A Second Chance for Mexico’s Marine Wildlife – Virtual Talk

Here is a chance for more continuing education. The American Cetacean Society is sponsoring a talk “Scientific Snapshot- A Second Chance for Mexico’s Marine Wildlife”. The talk will held virtually on Zoom next Wednesday, March 10 at 7pm. Centro de Rescate in La Paz, Baja California Sur, is a rescue center devoted to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of stranded, injured, sick and entangled marine … Continue reading Scientific Snapshot- A Second Chance for Mexico’s Marine Wildlife – Virtual Talk

A smiling woman wears a lit headlamp, a plaid shirt, and white gloves while she holds a golden-brown bat with an outstretched wing. The image is overlaid over a background of a plant with dark green, vertically-orientated leaves with yellow, serrated edges.

Naturally Speaking Virtual Talk: “Agaves and Bats – A Plant-Pollinator Love Story”

Dr. Kristen Lear will present a virtual talk titled “Agaves and Bats – A Plant-Pollinator Love Story“. This talk is being hosted by the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation. Thursday, March 18th 6:30 PM PST – 7:30 PM PST Register for this free public program here. Agaves are iconic plants across Mexico and the US Southwest, including Cabrillo National Monument. The towering stalks of agaves provide abundant … Continue reading Naturally Speaking Virtual Talk: “Agaves and Bats – A Plant-Pollinator Love Story”

A sunset along a rocky shoreline.

What’s In the Tidepools – February 2021

Our volunteers at Cabrillo National Monument take photos of the exciting flora and fauna down in the tidepools. We want to try and capture the wonderful photos that volunteers are taking in the tidepool area. So we are starting this blog post which will get published on a monthly basis, but we need your help. We want you to contribute by submitting your memorable photos … Continue reading What’s In the Tidepools – February 2021