According to treehugger.com, our rocky intertidal made the top 10 list of beaches in North America for exploring tidepools. We made the list at #9, but one advantage of our location is we have rules enforced for the tidepools to help protect them. We always knew we had a special place here and it’s nice to see others appreciate it as well. Have you been … Continue reading Cabrillo’s Tidepools Made the Top Ten List
Here is another Continuing Education opportunity for you from the comfort of your home. Registration is required. Continue reading Channel Islands Maritime Migration
Join the American Cetacean Society, San Diego Chapter for their next event in the Speaker Series. Jodi Frediani will be talking about “Lions & Leopards & Whales, Oh My!: Photographing marine wildlife around the globe” The virtual event is free and will be held on November 10 at 7pm. Jodi Frediani, Santa Cruz based award-winning photographer and whale researcher, has been swimming with and photographing … Continue reading Lions, Leopards and Whales, Oh My!
(NPS Photo/D. Wieder) Our dedicated volunteers at Cabrillo National Monument take photos of the exciting flora and fauna down in the tidepools! We want to try and capture the wonderful photos that volunteers are taking in the tidepool area. This blog post is published on a monthly basis, but we need your help. We encourage you to contribute by submitting your memorable photos and/or short … Continue reading What’s in the Tidepools? – October 2021
By Madison O’barr As an intern at Cabrillo National Monument, I have had a unique opportunity to experience many different parts of what life looks like while working for the National Park Service (NPS). When beginning the position, I was taken on as an interdisciplinary and communications intern. This entailed that I work with the Interpretation and Education Division to tell a story about the … Continue reading Cabrillo Field Notes -A Glimpse Into the Life of an Intern at Cabrillo National Monument