Subpar Parks Makes Art Out of Hilarious Bad National Park Reviews

Too many rocks? Not enough people? Illustrator Amber Share says bring it on. Illustrator and hand lettering artist Amber Share turns really bad reviews of national parks, monuments, and other public lands from Google, Yelp, and Tripadvisor into art. Share has a healthy Instagram following and sells postcards, puzzles, and posters of her work. We spoke with her to learn more about her illustrations and rounded up our ten favorite … Continue reading Subpar Parks Makes Art Out of Hilarious Bad National Park Reviews

A man in a winter coat and hat stands in the snow and a man stands next to a river.

Coastal Fog – A Lifeline for Native Plants

Please note that San Diego County has moved into high risk for community spread of COVID-19. Due to this status, the National Park Service requires all people to wear a mask inside a federal building. We will have masks available to you at the event. In addition, chairs in the auditorium will be spread out to mitigate risk. We appreciate your understanding in following these … Continue reading Coastal Fog – A Lifeline for Native Plants

A drawing of a whale tale promoting the Whale Safe program

ACS Lecture Series – Whale Safe

The next virtual webinar sponsored by the American Cetacean Society (ACS) will be held on Wednesday July 13 at 7:00pm over Zoom. Callie Steffen will speak about the Whale Safe project. No registration is required. About the speaker:Callie Steffen is a project scientist at the Benioff Ocean Initiative, where she works on projects that are developing science- and technology-based solutions to ocean problems, such as the … Continue reading ACS Lecture Series – Whale Safe