Outdoor San Diego Entries for July, 2010

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A Dance of the Planets

A "Dance of the Planets" begins in the western sky at dusk as July closes. On the evening of Saturday, ...

Thunderheads, Orioles, and Fleas

Towering Thunderheads have been seen hovering over the mountains east of San Diego in recent weeks. Afternoon rainshowers have already ...

Venus and the Delta Aquarid Meteor Shower

Venus maintains its tenure as this summer's "evening star." The unmistakeably bright second planet from the sun will be glowing ...

Moon of Blood Good for Grunion Runs?

The Full Moon rises impressively from the east horizon on Sunday, July 25 at around 7:45pm, very near the time ...

Shore Birds

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

Thunderheads, Elderberry, and Cicadas

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

July Heat and a Crescent Moon

The Heat of Summer will most likely reach its feverish peak in inland San Diego County during July. (Coastal San ...

July's Low Tides and Grunion Runs

July's Extreme Low Tides are for early risers only! Check out the local tidepool life without hordes of other people ...

Tonight's Moon Promises Not to Steal Light from Fireworks

The moon is just past third-quarter phase tonight, and it won't rise until midnight. This and every July 4 (technically ...

July Is San Diego's Driest Month

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

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