Outdoor San Diego Entries for October, 2008

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A Waxing Moon for Halloween -- Just Before Daylight Savings Time Ends

Daylight Savings Time ends this Sunday morning, November 2 at 2 a.m. With the resumption of standard time, midday (the ...

Temps, Tarantulas, and Turning Leaves

Local air temperatures should be declining most rapidly during this time of year, according to more than a century of ...

Black Oaks, Floss Silks, and Orionid

The tawny hues of the black oak tree, the floss silk tree, and the Orionid meteor show

The tawny hues of the black oak tree are just beginning to highlight the slopes of San Diego County's higher ...

October's Beach Sand, Low Tides, Full Moon, and Venus

As the beach-going season winds down, San Diego County's coastline is padded by what is likely the deepest and widest ...

Dense Ground Fogs, Spider Webs, Chinese Flame Trees, and a Thin Crescent Moon

Dense Ground Fogs, Spider Webs, Chinese Flame Trees, and a Thin Crescent Moon

Dense ground fogs are a trademark of the onset of autumn along San Diego's coastal strip. Fog materializes during the ...