As we bring this strange year to a close, we wanted to focus on the positive things from 2020, and with that we bring you some photos and memories from Cabrillo to help brighten your day.
VIP Romi sent in this photo above of the Cabrillo Christmas tree, the Toyon. She learned about this from VIP Jose.
VIP Judy sent in this photo of a small bluff collapse in the tidepools showing that erosion is still occurring despite everything else this year. But yet, we wouldn’t give up a chance to spend time in our fantastic rocky intertidal.
Judy also sent in this photo of the Kelp covering the entrance to the tidepools after a recent high tide.
VIP Romi recently sent in this photo while roving to remind us of all of what 2020 has done to the way people interact with each other, not that we needed any reminding, but it is nice to see the visitors are wearing face masks.
VIP Jackie captured these photos during a recent low tide in the tidepools. As you can see the TPERP volunteers are all wearing masks in this time of Covid, including our new TPERPs going out on their shadow session.
And let’s not forget how Gracie interacted with the Weed Warriors and the TPERPs this year, and how the fox was much more visible while the park was closed to the public.
VIP Judy gave us a remembrance of the 19th Amendment celebration earlier this year. Here you can see Ranger Julieanne talking with visitors.
Finally, Pauline has been capturing some incredible sunset photos. They are too good not to share with everyone.
Stay healthy and safe everyone. Let’s hope 2021 lets us get back to a more normal life and volunteering more at Cabrillo.