Here’s an interesting video from UC Berkeley that highlights the relationship being built between scientists and the NPS to better understand what’s happening in the world around us by conducting research in our national parks. Continue reading Science for Parks, Parks for Science
Cronies of non-cronyism, All is well at Cabrillo. It’s summer and we are getting an increased flow of visitation. Thanks to all ya all who are out in the field and providing much-needed and appreciated visitor contacts. We are moving ahead. NPS Cabrillo had a good collaboration meeting with CNMC, CNMF, and VIP representatives last Sunday. During that meeting, the surprising July rains came and … Continue reading Video Killed the Radio Star
Colleagues (of the esteemed variety), I hope summer fun is treating you well. Thanks to all those participating in our Tidepool trash clean up. We had a great turnout and hope to do another one in the next three months. “Special” projects for volunteers to get involved with are in abundance this summer, and we thank you for answering the Calls to Action. Cabrillo cannot … Continue reading Hanky Panky is #1
My Friends and Cool Cats in the back, Days are getting longer, the migratory birds are migrating (away), flux capacitor–still doing its thing–and we have some festive events set for this summer. Hike to swimming holes or surf spots, skip in the mountains and sing. Enjoy! My latest gab for you: Newbies: Volunteer Recruitment We had a good turnout for our recruitment. Our new recruits … Continue reading Open My Ashmolean
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
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!