Gray Whale Festival – A Celebration of Migration

Please join Cabrillo National Monument in celebrating the longest marine mammal migration by attending our Gray Whale Festival on January 25th, 2020. During this event, we will have park staff and whalers from the Natural History Museum at the whale overlook to point out Pacific Gray Whales for you. There will also be booths set up near the visitor center by other ocean-minded organizations to … Continue reading Gray Whale Festival – A Celebration of Migration

California King Tides Project

King Tides are coming January 10-12 and February 8-9! The California King Tides Project is raising awareness about sea level rise and help communities plan for the future. You can help by taking and sharing photos of the highest high tides of the year. Find out what time the King Tides will be near you. Learn how to participate by uploading your photos via a web browser or app. Check … Continue reading California King Tides Project

Did You Know – Mojave Yucca

By Interdisciplinary Apprentice Ryan Sullivan One of the many drought-tolerant and evergreen plants populating Cabrillo National Monument, the Mojave yucca is a plant many visitors may not notice. However, not only is it beautiful, it has plenty of uses! Sources:  Information sourced from the Fire Effects Information System database maintained by the US Forest service. Continue reading Did You Know РMojave Yucca