Make sure you check out all that’s happening in the park–and outside of it–in the next week or so.
Today there’s one of the first great low tides of the new tidepool season at 3:50 PM, with a low tide of -0.4 feet. Be sure to check out the tidepools and our new link to the tide calendars on the menu above (also found in our Reference section, too)!
Tonight, there’s the Annual Cabrillo National Monument Foundation Full Moon Walk from 6-9 PM that’s free to VIPs. Also tonight, Dr. Ray Ashley of the San Diego Maritime Museum is giving a presentation as part of our ongoing Lecture Series about the San Salvador beginning at 6:30 PM.
Thursday, there’s another great low tide at 4:36 PM at -0.4 feet. See how many tidepool critters you can find.
On Saturday, there’s the monthly Volunteer Navigation Committee meeting at 10 AM – noon.
On Sunday, we have a community outreach event that we’re needing volunteers to help staff. It’s the Animals on the Bay Day hosted at the Living Coast Discovery Center from 10 AM – 4 PM. If you’re interested, check out the details on our Current Volunteer Needs page.
Sunday, from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM, the San Diego Natural History Museum Canyoneers will be leading a nature walk of the Bayside Trail. It’s free to the public and no reservation is required.
Also on Sunday, CNMF is sponsoring a Make It & Take It: Chain Mail Souvenir activity session from 1-3 PM where you can learn how to make your own chain mail with supplies provided for free.
Finally, on Saturday, 18 October, the Dusty Socks Club will be spending time exploring the San Diego Maritime Museum from 10 AM – noon. Check out more under our new Nature Walks page.