Outdoor San Diego Entries for April, 2009

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Monkey Flowers, Mustard, Desert Agaves, and the Rabbit and Rodent Population

Monkey Flowers of various species are putting on an excellent display this month around San Diego. Look for these low, ...

Tides and Celestial Objects

April's Lowest Tides, dropping to -1.2 feet, are for early risers only: 4:49 a.m. on Sunday the 26th, and 5:38 ...

Locust Trees and Black Oaks

The Tall Locust Trees planted years ago along Julian's narrow streets are once again brightening this backcountry (and former gold ...

A Dramatic Occultation of the Planet Venus, and the Lyrid Meter Shower

A dramatic occultation of the planet Venus by the waning crescent moon takes place during early morning on Wednesday, April ...

Star Jasmine, Snakes, and Bracken Ferns

Star Jasmine's Sweet Perfume, exuded from clusters of small, white flowers, will continue to scent San Diego's spring breezes until ...

The Coastal Wildflower Bloom, Blue-Blossoming Jacaranda Trees, and Painted Lady Butterflies

The Coastal Wildflower Bloom, average or better in quality due to near-average winter rainfall, continues through April. One of the ...

Warmer Temperatures, Low Rainfall, Cottonwoods, and Transitioning Grasslands

Warmer Temperatures and increased humidity coincide with the subtle onset of San Diego's spring season. By April's end, the intermittent ...

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