Cabrillo National Monument Partners with Amtrak to Connect People with Places By VIP Karen Scanlon Amtrak’s Surfliner rolled into the Old Town Station as usual the early morning of June 2. But on this day, three specially trained volunteers from Cabrillo National Monument boarded this inaugural Trails & Rails route San Diego to Los Angeles. They board as history guides educating travelers on historic sites along … Continue reading All Aboard!
This month’s Creature Feature at the Tidepools Education Table is the Gooseneck Barnacle. Continue reading Creature Feature – Gooseneck Barnacles
This lighthouse is not a memorial to Robert Israel. He was one of thousands of men (and women) who served as Lighthouse Keepers. Our Long-Range Interpretive Plan emphasizes our primary theme of representing the U.S. Light House Establishment, its people and its buildings, not one man or one lighthouse. Our lighthouse is an interpretive archetype, not an individual memorial. This lighthouse honors all Keepers who … Continue reading Did You Know…Lighthouse Talking Points
If you haven’t yet seen the Cabrillo Field Notes blog that the Cabrillo Science Crew has created, you can read about it here and also visit the previous articles as well. We will keep you updated with the monthly highlights. About Cabrillo Field Notes Cabrillo National Monument protects a unique and diverse landscape thriving with life. Follow our science teams into the field and … Continue reading Cabrillo Field Notes – May 2018 Highlights
As a Cabrillo National Monument volunteer, you are asked to honor your commitment to the park and to represent the best of CNM in the park and in the community. You are lent a uniform, supplies and equipment, and are provided with training and continuing education opportunities. You also have the full support of park staff and access to park resources. Read More… Continue reading Did You Know…What Is The Volunteer Navigation Committee and Why Should You Care?