The TPERP Program just celebrated its 23rd year at Cabrillo National Monument on November 9th. Do you know why the TPERP Program was implemented? The program was started for several reasons but basically the public was loving the tidepools to death. This is what Cabrillo Road to the tidepools looked like in the early 1970’s. Those cars are not waiting to get a parking spot, … Continue reading Happy Birthday TPERP!
New waysides are continuing to be installed around Cabrillo. The latest waysides have been installed down at the Tidepools. Three out of four have been completed, including one wayside showing views of high and low tide. VIPs Joel, Bob and Dan have been assisting Ranger George in installing the new waysides. When we had a lot of concrete work to do, we brought Rangers Rudy … Continue reading Out With The Old, In With The New
A group of TPERPs were spotted in the tidepools early Saturday morning, July 6. They took advantage of an early low tide to cleanup some of the trash in the tidepools. This low tide during the summer allows the volunteers to get to some of that debris that is usually not accessible. They also removed the graffiti found in the area. Thank you to all … Continue reading Tidepool Cleanup and Graffiti Removal
“I’ll take National Parks for $400 Alex” Answer: “Unusual items found at the tidepools at Cabrillo National Monument” Question: “What is a 50 pound bag of onions?” This bag of onions was discovered at the tidepools last Thursday. Someone obviously took a lot of effort to put the onions on top of the boulder at the entrance to the tidepools. Visitors were asking us the … Continue reading Tidepool Jeopardy
They’re baaaackkk! The Velella velella jellyfish, also know as By the Wind Sailor, are back in the tidepools. It has been 3-4 years since we have seen these in the tidepools. TPERP Patrick took this photo of these stunning blue jellyfish. You can read more about these unique jellyfish in the ebinder. Read more… Continue reading Tidepool Tips – By the Wind Sailor