As the sun sets on 2021, let us hope for good things in 2022. Thank you VIP Romi for this amazing sunset over Cabrillo as seen from La Mesa in early December. We start off 2022 with king tides over New Year’s Day weekend on January 2nd and 3rd. These are going to be the highest and lowest tides of the year so huge crowds … Continue reading Happy New Year!
The king tides this past weekend remind us to be extra safe while volunteering around the tidepools. The high tides continue to erode the cliffs. The entrance to the tidepools continues to get narrower. Small bluff collapses make walking over the terrain more dangerous. Watch out for the blocks of sandstone that are breaking loose. Know where they are so that if you are down … Continue reading Tidepool Safety Reminders
Today we remember and honor all who served during Pearl Harbor. Take some time to reflect on all of those who are buried at Fort Rosecrans. If you want to read more about Fort Rosecrans there are several documents in the ebinder. Take some time to connect how Cabrillo and the military were connected during war time as well. While Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery is … Continue reading Remembering Pearl Harbor
This guided bird walk is only available on Thursdays in December. So hurry if you want to take advantage of this before time runs out. Join youth volunteers and science educator Sam Wynns on a “Birding 101” guided bird watching walk! Participants will learn about local ecosystems, biodiversity, and how to spot and identify birds on this approximately 1 hr. long expedition that moves from … Continue reading Guided Bird Walks in December
Please see the special complimentary invitation to view the film Becoming Cousteau followed by a Q&A with James Cameron and director Liz Garbus below. People can RSVP here https://rsvp.nationalgeographicevents.com/_ee0ed. Once you have RSVP’d you will receive a confirmation email. Continue reading Becoming Cousteau Movie Premiere