Arch in the Park – Today

The San Diego County Archaeological Society (SDCAS)’s celebration of California Archaeology Month and International Archaeology Day is held on the 3rd Saturday in October as part of their annual Arch in the Park event. Their goal is to educate the public about archaeology, and to provide information on various career and volunteer opportunities with local archaeological companies, museums, universities, and organizations. Typically, more than 30 … Continue reading Arch in the Park – Today

City Nature Challenge – BioBlitz

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 community with science and the outdoors in a … Continue reading City Nature Challenge – BioBlitz

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Guided Bird Walks in December

This guided bird walk is only available on Thursdays in December. So hurry if you want to take advantage of this before time runs out. Join youth volunteers and science educator Sam Wynns on a “Birding 101” guided bird watching walk! Participants will learn about local ecosystems, biodiversity, and how to spot and identify birds on this approximately 1 hr. long expedition that moves from … Continue reading Guided Bird Walks in December

Cabrillo National Monument Foundation Needs Volunteers

The Cabrillo National Monument Foundation is requesting volunteers for the Sunrise 5K on February 9. Please read the note below from Emily Moore, the Executive Director. You will not find this in Volgistics, so if you are interested, please contact Emily directly.   Volunteers! We need about 15 of you! If the shutdown is over by February 9, CNMF will be hosting the Cabrillo Sunrise … Continue reading Cabrillo National Monument Foundation Needs Volunteers