Outdoor San Diego Entries for June, 2010

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Agaves, Crape Myrtles, and Native Lilies

Agaves, (a.k.a. century plants), are coming into bloom in many summer gardens this month. After a decade or more (not ...

A Strawberry Moon and the Latest Sunset of 2010

June's Full Moon, which occurs on the evening of Friday, June 25 through the morning of Saturday, June 26, is ...

June Bugs

June Bugs are emerging as summer's warmth is finally upon us. The green June beetle, only one of some 300 ...

Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice, the time when the sun reaches its northernmost point in the sky, occurs this year at 4:28am on ...

Cobbled Shorelines, Colorful Foliage, Magnolia, and Buckwheat

Cobbled Shorelines are greeting some beachgoers early this summer season, as in past years. North County beaches tend to suffer ...

The Earliest Sunrise of 2010

Earliest Sunrise this year, reckoned in Daylight Saving Time, occurs Monday, June 14 at 5:38am. This event occurs about a ...

Low Tides and Grunion Runs This Weekend

June's Lowest Tides are for early risers only! Check out the local tidepool life without hordes of other people around. ...

Elderberry

Elderberry, two species of which range over most of San Diego County, is in full bloom this month. The flat-topped, ...

The Chirping of Crickits, Western Azalea, and the Blooming of Desert Annuals

The Chirping of Crickets tells us the warmer weather of summer is well on its way. Their plaintive pleadings for ...

June Gloom and Ocean Temps

"June Gloom," the cool and intermittently overcast conditions likely to dominate the beach and coastal areas through the remainder of ...

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