Thank goodness we have Pauline’s eyes to help us see the park while it is closed. If you haven’t heard, the park is closed until further notice (no end date). This makes Pauline’s photos even more important for us during these times. Below is a gallery of her photos from April 8. You may have heard that the fox is back in the park but … Continue reading A Walk in the Park – April 8, 2020
Today’s quiz was created by VIP Jack. It is a flower and plant field trip. As Jack says: Here are a selection of flowers I have photographed while roving the monument. The challenge is to identify the flower, and the location within the monument where the picture was taken. Some of the pictures go back a couple of years, so the backgrounds may have changed. See which ones you … Continue reading Cabrillo Stay at Home Quiz #3
More Cabrillo fun while you wait for the park to reopen. We hope you enjoy it. Extra Credit: There is a “secret” word in the puzzle that is not in the list below, but is related to something “secret” in the Park. See if you can find it. AGAVE AKQ BALLASTVIEW BAYSIDETRAIL BUNKER CABRILLO CACTUS CHAPARRAL CNMF COASTALSAGE DISCOVERY FLOWERS FRESNEL GEOLOGY GNATCATCHER HERPS HIKING … Continue reading Cabrillo Word Search
We wanted to keep you busy while waiting to get back to Cabrillo. The quiz below shows clues about things at Cabrillo. Can you figure out what they are or what they refer to? Use the Ebinder, VOG and Cabrillo website for clues. This quiz has a military theme. Do you know what this is and where is it located? 2. How about this one? Do you know where this … Continue reading Cabrillo Stay at Home Quiz #2
On the VIP Conference call today, Pauline, and several other staff, mentioned how wonderful the park looked with flowers blooming, birds chirping, etc. The only things missing were all the people; staff; VIPs, and the public. Pauline took lots of photos on Wednesday. We thought since you can’t go to the park, we would bring the park to you. Below are the photos that she … Continue reading Just A Walk In The Park – Literally
Setareh Nouriboshehri Cabrillo National Monument and the National Park Service are responsible for the protection and preservation of their natural and cultural resources for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of future generations. Sounds familiar, we know. Here at this park, we care deeply about the future generation. We already offer wide range of robust education programs to teach about our park and its many resources … Continue reading Meet Our Interdisciplinary Apprentices!