American Cetacean Society Virtual Talk- Tonight!

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!

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Ranger Lauren Presents…

Our own Ranger Lauren will be speaker this Thursday as part of the Santa Monica National Recreational Area (SAMO) Virtual Speaker Series. Lauren, our Marine biologist, will be talking about “Rocky Intertidal monitoring and tidepool visitation at Cabrillo”. Cabrillo has been monitoring the rocky intertidal since the mid 1990’s and collecting visitation data along the Coastal trail for years. Several reports have been written and … Continue reading Ranger Lauren Presents…

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Naturally Speaking Virtual Talk: “Diversity, natural history, and conservation of San Diego’s native bees”

When: Monday, April 12th 6:30 PM Pacific time – 7:30 PM Pacific timeWhere: CNMF’s Zoom How: Register for this free public programAudience: All are welcome! Pollinatorpalooza continues with a spotlight on San Diego’s native bees!  San Diego is a global biodiversity hotspot. Among the many animals that are especially diverse in our region are native bees, which serve as the chief pollinators for most of our plant species. Come learn about how … Continue reading Naturally Speaking Virtual Talk: “Diversity, natural history, and conservation of San Diego’s native bees”

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Scientific Snapshot- A Second Chance for Mexico’s Marine Wildlife – Virtual Talk

Here is a chance for more continuing education. The American Cetacean Society is sponsoring a talk “Scientific Snapshot- A Second Chance for Mexico’s Marine Wildlife”. The talk will held virtually on Zoom next Wednesday, March 10 at 7pm. Centro de Rescate in La Paz, Baja California Sur, is a rescue center devoted to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of stranded, injured, sick and entangled marine … Continue reading Scientific Snapshot- A Second Chance for Mexico’s Marine Wildlife – Virtual Talk

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Naturally Speaking Virtual Talk: “Agaves and Bats – A Plant-Pollinator Love Story”

Dr. Kristen Lear will present a virtual talk titled “Agaves and Bats – A Plant-Pollinator Love Story“. This talk is being hosted by the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation. Thursday, March 18th 6:30 PM PST – 7:30 PM PST Register for this free public program here. Agaves are iconic plants across Mexico and the US Southwest, including Cabrillo National Monument. The towering stalks of agaves provide abundant … Continue reading Naturally Speaking Virtual Talk: “Agaves and Bats – A Plant-Pollinator Love Story”