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Tidepool Season is Open

Several TPERP volunteers helped Cabrillo officially open the tidepool season today. Today’s 0.7 ft was the first daytime low tide of the season when the park is open. The weather was perfect and the visitors enjoyed having the volunteers available to help learn about the Rocky Intertidal. Tidepool volunteers can sign up for shifts. The October and November shifts are now available in Volgistics. If you … Continue reading Tidepool Season is Open

Comparing the CNM Foundation Document And Long-Range Interpretive Plan (continued)

This is a followup to a previous post comparing the two planning documents for Cabrillo. The first post provided an overview. This post provides more detail and links to the planning documents as well as a comparison of the two which can be found in the ebinder.   Cabrillo National Monument has two documents with which all staff and VIPs should be familiar. The first … Continue reading Comparing the CNM Foundation Document And Long-Range Interpretive Plan (continued)

Grafitti Cleaned Up in the Tidepools

    A huge thank you to those volunteers who braved the early hour and humidity on July 29th to come out and help us remove graffiti from the tidepool area.     The graffiti carvings in the rocks are illegal and ugly, and they damage the resource. They may also inspire copycat behavior, leading other visitors to make their own carvings in the rocks. … Continue reading Grafitti Cleaned Up in the Tidepools