National Geographic magazine has stepped up with a series of interesting articles and videos that celebrate the centennial of the National Park Service. You can check out some of them here: Explore the Power of Parks How the National Parks Tell Our Story—And Show Who We Are Can the Selfie Generation Unplug and Get Into Parks? Yellowstone: Wild Heart of a Continent Are We Losing the … Continue reading National Geographic Celebrates NPS Centennial
Light Pollution from within SoCal’s Coastal National Parks Steady or Decreasing Two of the parks, however, experience very high levels of the light pollution Thousand Oaks, CA – A study published today found that the amount of light pollution produced within Southern California’s three coastal National Park Service units has not significantly changed, and in one case has decreased, over the past two decades. Overall, … Continue reading Light Pollution from within SoCal’s Coastal National Parks Steady or Decreasing
Check out the National Park Service’s Science by the Sea: Natural Resources and Science in the Mediterranean Coast Network newsletter here. Continue reading Science by the Sea Newsletter
Check out all the happenings at the Cabrillo National Monument Conservancy be reading their December 2015 Newsletter here. Continue reading CNMC December Newsletter
Check out the Spring / Summer 2015 edition of the Cabrillo Journal, either here online or in a Visitor Center near you. Continue reading It’s Here!
Hello friends and cool cats in the back, We are getting good fog coming in on little cat feet as of late. It’s nice to be amongst the dance. Thanks to those helping out with our tidepool trash collecting in the early morning. It was a beautiful lowtide and we hauled out a large volume of trash. As always thanks for enjoying this place and … Continue reading At the Haymarket Too