Cabrillo's Biodiversity Breakdown

Check out the surveyed and documented species from this year's Bioblitz at Cabrillo National Monument. Thousands of people made it out to the park to participate in hands-on-science activities and document species of all kinds in the park. This gathering was a true display of the celebration of science, nature, art, and community!

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