Outdoor San Diego Entries for April, 2010

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The Grunion Are Running

Grunion Runs are predicted to occur during the late evening hours (generally after 10am and before 1am), following the nocturnal ...

Low Tides and a Green Grass Moon

The Moon, just shy of full phase, rises impressively from the east horizon on Tuesday, April 27 at around 7:05pm, ...

Jacarandas, Locust Trees, and Bracken Ferns

Blue-Blossoming Jacarandas (the City of San Diego's official "street tree") have already produced a first wave of color all over ...

The Lyrid Meteor Shower

The Lyrid Meteor Shower peaks this year during the early-morning hours of April 22 and April 23, with the best ...

Cottonwood Trees and Century Plants

Fremont Cottonwoods along the San Diego River in Mission Gorge will show off their best iridescent green foliage later this ...

Star Jasmine, Black Oak, and Snakes

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

Green to Gold

Less Rain, warmer temperatures, and hazier skies coincide with the subtle onset of San Diego's spring season. By April's end, ...

The Coastal Wildflower Bloom

One of the best coastal wildflower blooms in years will continue through April. One of the best spots for viewing ...

Mercury & Painted Ladies

The Planet Mercury appears as a somewhat conspicuous "star" in the west at dusk on Saturday, April 3, but nowhere ...

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