Outdoor San Diego Entries for July, 2008

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Low Tides, Grunion, Crescent Moon, Dawn Sky

A series of extreme low tides in late July/early August can be enjoyed by true "morning people" only! Check out ...

Birdwatchers, Jupiter, Fleas, and the Delta Aquarid Meteor Shower

Birdwatchers, Jupiter, Fleas, and the Delta Aquarid Meteor Shower

Birdwatchers need not despair now that the winter migrants are gone. Plenty of shore birds can be found on summer ...

AKA Hay Moon, Wort Moon, Moon of Blood, Fallow Moon, and Thunder Moon

Cumulonimbus clouds, elderberry, orioles, and the full moon.

Cumulonimbus clouds, or thunderheads, are most likely to form over San Diego County's deserts and mountains during the latter part ...

Native Lilies and Cicadas in the Driest Month

The driest month, native lilies, and cicadas.

July is San Diego's driest month, according to precipitation data compiled since the year 1850. Only four hundredths of an ...

A Crescent Moon and Jupiter Watch Over Grunion Runs

The heat of summer, grunion runs, a slender crescent moon, and Jupiter

The heat of summer will most likely reach its feverish peak in inland San Diego County during the month of ...

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