Cabrillo Field Notes – January-May 2019

We are a little behind in updating everyone with the latest Field Notes. You can find the latest ones here. Blooming in the Rain: Cabrillo’s Drought Deciduous Plants Rising To The Top Gentle and Strong – The Pacific Gray Whale March Madness – Outreach Edition Surviving in the Desert It’s That Asteraceae Time Again Hummingbirds: Aerial Acrobats City Nature Challenge at Cabrillo National Monument – … Continue reading Cabrillo Field Notes – January-May 2019

CABRILLO NATIONAL MONUMENT TO HOST OPEN HOUSE TO SHARE THE TRAIL MANAGEMENT PLAN / ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

This is your opportunity to provide comments to the proposed changes for trails at Cabrillo. There is currently a 30 day period, ending on May 13, where comments can be provided. There will also be an Open House on April 25 where you can learn more about these changes. The proposals for the trails can be read here. The official news release is provided below. … Continue reading CABRILLO NATIONAL MONUMENT TO HOST OPEN HOUSE TO SHARE THE TRAIL MANAGEMENT PLAN / ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

Did You Know – Moths in the Park

Have you started seeing some moths in the Park? This is a good chance to review two Cabrillo Field Note blog posts on the White-Lined Sphinx Moth and the Western Tussock Moth, so that you can help out visitors who ask questions about them. Species Spotlight: White-Lined Sphinx Moth (Hyles lineata) Species Spotlight: Western Tussock Moth (Orgyia vetusta) Continue reading Did You Know – Moths in the Park