Outdoor San Diego Entries for May, 2010

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Oleanders and Wildflowers

Spring Wildflowers may have largely dried up in most areas of San Diego County, but in the cooler coastal enclaves ...

Grunion on the Run

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

May Tides, Merry Moon

Highest Tides this month, measuring +6.3 feet, occur on Wednesday, May 26 at 8:41pm, and also on Thursday, May 27 ...

Rabbits, Rodents, and Blooming Flowers

Rabbit and Rodent population is peaking in the canyons and hillsides of coastal San Diego County. In many neighborhoods, car ...

Grunion Runs Under a Crescent Moon

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

Wildflower Bloom

San Diego's Coastal Wildflower Bloom continues practically unabated this year owing to late-season rains in April. On north-facing slopes and ...

Chamise, Buckwheat, and Wild Lilac

Chamise and Buckwheat, two of the most common native flowering plants in San Diego County's sage-scrub and chaparral plant communities, ...

Silk Oaks and Monkey-Flowers

The Silk Oak Tree, a fast-growing import from Australia, comes into short-lived glory this month. Golden flower clusters decorate the ...

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