Cabrillo In The News

Here are some recent updates about Cabrillo in the news. Weed Warriors on NBC San Diego – https://www.nbcsandiego.com/on-air/as-seen-on/Invasive-Plants-Removed-at-Cabrillo_San-Diego-507068802.html   Electronic Park Passes – KUSI – https://www.kusi.com/cabrillo-national-monument-now-offers-electronic-park-passes/ Times of San Diego – https://timesofsandiego.com/life/2019/03/14/cabrillo-national-monument-begins-offering-electronic-park-passes/   Continue reading Cabrillo In The News

BioBlitz 2019 is Coming!

April 26-27 – 24 hours starting at 5pm A BioBlitz is a concentrated effort to discover and document as many species of plants, animals, and other organisms in a certain period. This helps map the biodiversity of a given area and can be used as a tool to measure impacts and changes over time. This “snapshot” of biodiversity is a great way to connect the … Continue reading BioBlitz 2019 is Coming!

Did you Know – Point Loma Lighthouse Quick Facts

In preparation for Open Tower Day on March 22: George Bernard Shaw summed up lighthouses in a nutshell: “I can think of no other edifice constructed by man as altruistic as a lighthouse. They were built only to serve. They weren’t built for any other purpose.” At Cabrillo National Monument we use the Old Point Loma lighthouse to honor the memory of a class of … Continue reading Did you Know – Point Loma Lighthouse Quick Facts

Cabrillo National Monument Offers Electronic Park Entrance Passes

For Immediate Release: March 14, 2019 Release No.: 2019-04 CABRILLO NATIONAL MONUMENT OFFERS ELECTRONIC PARK ENTRANCE PASSES BEGINNING MARCH 2019   Cabrillo National Monument announces the opportunity for park visitors to purchase their park entrance passes electronically through YourPassNow. Once visitors purchase and save their digital pass to their cell phone, or print and bring their purchased pass with them, Rangers will scan their pass … Continue reading Cabrillo National Monument Offers Electronic Park Entrance Passes

In the Hills of Point Loma

By Karen Scanlon   Scattered in the hills over Point Loma’s military reservation are the concrete remains of 12 artillery batteries, and 15 searchlight bunkers. Some of these 60-inch GE carbon-arc lights were kept in camouflaged buildings and rolled into position along narrow-gauge tracks, while others rose from beneath the ground in pop-up shelters. What a perplexing sight for residents 100 years ago of steam-driven … Continue reading In the Hills of Point Loma