Thank you McKenna!

This Friday, March 29, will be McKenna Pace’s last day at Cabrillo. She has been an invaluable asset to the Park as part of the Science Education Team. McKenna earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Biology at San Diego State University in 2017. She loves spending time outdoors (especially exploring the tidepools) and is passionate about science education and communication. McKenna has built … Continue reading Thank you McKenna!

Cabrillo In The News

Here are some recent updates about Cabrillo in the news. Weed Warriors on NBC San Diego – https://www.nbcsandiego.com/on-air/as-seen-on/Invasive-Plants-Removed-at-Cabrillo_San-Diego-507068802.html   Electronic Park Passes – KUSI – https://www.kusi.com/cabrillo-national-monument-now-offers-electronic-park-passes/ Times of San Diego – https://timesofsandiego.com/life/2019/03/14/cabrillo-national-monument-begins-offering-electronic-park-passes/   Continue reading Cabrillo In The News

BioBlitz 2019 is Coming!

April 26-27 – 24 hours starting at 5pm 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 … Continue reading BioBlitz 2019 is Coming!

Did you Know – Point Loma Lighthouse Quick Facts

George Bernard Shaw summed up lighthouses in a nutshell: “I can think of no other edifice constructed by man as altruistic as a lighthouse. They were built only to serve. They weren’t built for any other purpose.” At Cabrillo National Monument we use the Old Point Loma lighthouse to honor the memory of a class of men and women who brought an incredible sense of … Continue reading Did you Know – Point Loma Lighthouse Quick Facts