February 2023 calendar with single squiggly horizontal line through squares indicates high and low tides. Everyday the line goes down twice and up twice. Contact edparnell@ucsd.edu for more details about the calendar.

February 2023 – Tides

Our dedicated volunteers at Cabrillo National Monument take photos of the exciting flora and fauna down in the tidepools! We want to try and capture the wonderful photos that volunteers are taking in the tidepool area. This blog post is published on a monthly basis, but we need your help. We encourage you to keep contributing by submitting your memorable photos and/or short videos to cnmvipvoice@gmail.com. These can … Continue reading February 2023 – Tides

A snail with a yellow body and a cone shaped shell.

What’s in the Tidepools? – January 2023

(NPS Photo/M. Rose) January was an outstanding month for exploring in the tidepools. The king tides produced an extreme low tide of -2.2 feet, giving an exceptional viewing of critters in the tidepools. Speculation is that perhaps there were more rare critters than normal due to the high surf and storms. Here is a sampling of what our volunteers observed during this month — thank … Continue reading What’s in the Tidepools? – January 2023

January 2023 calendar with single squiggly horizontal line through squares indicates high and low tides. Everyday the line goes down twice and up twice. Contact edparnell@ucsd.edu for more details about the calendar.

January 2023 – Tides

Our dedicated volunteers at Cabrillo National Monument take photos of the exciting flora and fauna down in the tidepools! We want to try and capture the wonderful photos that volunteers are taking in the tidepool area. This blog post is published on a monthly basis, but we need your help. We encourage you to keep contributing by submitting your memorable photos and/or short videos to cnmvipvoice@gmail.com. These can … Continue reading January 2023 – Tides

A small 5 pointed seastar with thin arms, on top of thin long blades of grass.

What’s in the Tidepools? – December 2022

(NPS Photo/D. Orr) Welcome back to the tidepool season at Cabrillo National Monument. Here is a sampling of what our volunteers observed during this month. Remember to send in your photos; we truly appreciate sharing them with everyone. You can find videos on the Tidepool Videos page. TPERP Mary photographed some raccoon tracks found in wet sand/rocks. The Point Loma Peninsula is home to a … Continue reading What’s in the Tidepools? – December 2022

December 2022 calendar with single squiggly horizontal line through squares indicates high and low tides. Everyday the line goes down twice and up twice. Contact edparnell@ucsd.edu for more details about the calendar.

December 2022 – Tides

Our dedicated volunteers at Cabrillo National Monument take photos of the exciting flora and fauna down in the tidepools! We want to try and capture the wonderful photos that volunteers are taking in the tidepool area. This blog post is published on a monthly basis, but we need your help. We encourage you to keep contributing by submitting your memorable photos and/or short videos to cnmvipvoice@gmail.com. These can … Continue reading December 2022 – Tides