There and Back Again – In Three Days: How to Self-Guide a Trip to the Gray Whale Calving Lagoons in Baja California. July 14, 2021 7pm George Liddle, one of ACS San Diego’s board members, will be presenting on his last trip to Baja to visit the gray whales! The talk is through Zoom and the link is given below. The event is free and … Continue reading American Cetacean Society Virtual Talk- Tonight!
Bodega Marine Reserve research coordinator Jackie Sones has worked in or walked on the rocky shores of the North Coast almost every day for the last 15 years. But while she was surveying the reserve for sea stars in mid-June, she saw something new: strips of bleached algae draped across the rocks, like frost, and a swath of dead mussels, hundreds or maybe thousands of them, … Continue reading California’s Early June Heat Wave Cooked Coastal Mussels in Place
Ted Washington is a Cabrillo National Monument Foundation employee who you may have seen working in the bookstore in the Visitor Center. Ted has many talents and was recently featured in the San Diego Union. Ted Washington does his best to stay in the background. He actually prides himself on it. “I’ve never really been into the ‘self’ too much,” Washington says over coffee in … Continue reading Meet Ted Washington, Poet, Musician, Artist and More
VIP Lily offers American Sign Language walking tours on Saturdays in July. Read the News Release. She also was featured on the local NBC television station, NBC7 along with Ranger Julieanne. You can watch the segment here. You can also learn about accessibility at Cabrillo by watching the videos on the park website. Continue reading VIP Lily Offers ASL Tours at Cabrillo