Next Week at Cabrillo; 18-26 October

Next week is another activity-filled week at Cabrillo National Monument. Tomorrow, there’s the Dusty Socks Club walk of the Embarcadero, beginning at 3 PM near The Kiss statue south of the USS Midway and ending at the Maritime Museum of San Diego. Tuesday morning, enjoy the flora, fauna, and history of the Bayside Trail with one of our volunteers guiding the walk from 10 AM – noon. … Continue reading Next Week at Cabrillo; 18-26 October

O Dark Thirty

The sun had yet to rise for dawn and a steady trickle of volunteers made their pilgrimage down to the tidepools.  Their quest: to help remove trash from the rocky intertidal area at Cabrillo.  The -0.9 low tide at 6:11am not only allowed easier access to the trash but allowed the volunteers a unique experience: early morning within Cabrillo National Monument’s amazing tidepools without the … Continue reading O Dark Thirty

Angel of the Battlefield

Hello All, The Fin whale is still dead. It is reported to be a juvenile, male about 50ft.  There is a lot of buzz from visitors asking about it due to news coverage.  It is beached in a cove on the wastewater treatment complex and is not visible from Cabrillo.  I hear the wind say they might tow it to perform a necropsy but you … Continue reading Angel of the Battlefield

Lord What Fools These Mortals Be!

To the Crew, Good views up at Cabrillo.  Reptiles are on the move so you have chances to appreciate their iridescence.  We had the pleasure of observing a rattlesnake eat a lizard outside the break room last week.  Be aware of their presence when you are out and about the Park.  Hope you are all having fun “Going Wild” during National Parks Week. I am … Continue reading Lord What Fools These Mortals Be!

Sing for M. Anderson

My Friends, I hope all is well in your worlds.  Happy birfday to all our April babies.  A lot of life around the Park right now.  It’s the season to perpetuate and all the plants and animals are getting their groove on.   A chance to see snakes searching, flowers blooming, bees buzzing, birds migrating and so much more. Come up when you can and let … Continue reading Sing for M. Anderson