California Academy of Sciences Needs Your Help

The California Academy of Sciences needs your help in documenting specific marine species. If you have any photos that could help, please upload them to iNaturalist. The California Academy of Sciences has put together a list of marine ‘Most-Wanted Species’. We hope that will you are out on the coast, you can document as many species as possible, with an eye toward finding and recording … Continue reading California Academy of Sciences Needs Your Help

A red crab with two large claws in the front

What’s in the Tidepools? – May 2022

(NPS Photo/T. Woods) This is a shortened version for this month as we have reached the end of our good tidepool viewing. We will resume these monthly summaries in the Fall when our tidepool season gets going again. In the meantime, keep enjoying the coastal area during the summer, especially the extended sunset hours. Remember to send in your photos, we truly appreciate sharing them … Continue reading What’s in the Tidepools? – May 2022

A fiery red sunset over the Pacific Ocean viewed from the Kelp Forest Overlook at Cabrillo National Monument.

Cabrillo Open Until Sunset During Summer Weekends

Cabrillo National Monument News Release Release Date: May 24, 2022  Contact: Elizabeth Skinner 619-885-5675 (Elizabeth_Skinner@nps.gov)   San Diego, CA – Cabrillo National Monument will be open until sunset on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays starting Friday, May 27 for Memorial Day weekend through Sunday, September 4 of Labor Day weekend. The tidepool area will be open until 30 minutes before sunset. Normal operating hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., … Continue reading Cabrillo Open Until Sunset During Summer Weekends

From the TPERP Training Archives

Thanks to VIP Beth, we can share the presentation by Gary Evans at the initial TPERP Training in 1996. Beth was one of the original TPERPers, along with Mike Moser, attending this training and luckily she saved the videotape all these years. With a little digital enhancing we were able to restore the video for viewing. Beth says: “This was part of the first TPERP … Continue reading From the TPERP Training Archives