• The tidepools of Cabrillo National Monument

    Cabrillo

    National Monument California

Status and Trends - A Fifteen Year Report

Barnacles
Barnacles are one of dozens of species that inhabit the tidepools at Cabrillo National Monument.
NPS Photo
 
In order to gain information to conserve the tidepool communities unimpaired for future generations, the National Park Service has been engaged in a monitoring effort through the Cabrillo Rocky Intertidal Monitoring Program (CRIMP) since 1990. Click here to download the 15 year report.

Did You Know?

Whale tail

Did you know that Pacific Gray Whales make one of the longest migrations of all mammals? They travel approximately 12,000 miles from the Arctic to Baja California and back again, and can be seen on their southward migration from Cabrillo National Monument.