Out With The Old, In With The New

New waysides are continuing to be installed around Cabrillo. The latest waysides have been installed down at the Tidepools. Three out of four have been completed, including one wayside showing views of high and low tide. VIPs Joel, Bob and Dan have been assisting Ranger George in installing the new waysides. When we had a lot of concrete work to do, we brought Rangers Rudy … Continue reading Out With The Old, In With The New

Historic Visitor Center Sign at Cabrillo National Monument

Training Opportunity – Visitor Center

On Saturday July 13 at 10:00 am Ranger Elizabeth, Ranger Julieanne and Community Volunteer Ambassador Setara will be hosting a Visitor Center Training.This is an opportunity for current VC volunteers, new VC volunteers, or people who are interested in working the desk to come together and gets some hands-on training. Everyone is welcome! It will last one hour and coffee and donuts will be provided. … Continue reading Training Opportunity – Visitor Center

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