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Virtual Events This Week for 

Wednesday April 22 is the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day! 

What better way to celebrate than to learn how to use the free iNaturalist app.  Join Cabrillo National Monument on Facebook Live at 1:00 PM PST and they will walk you through this user friendly technology and field your questions.

Please have iNaturalist app downloaded before the event - Apple or Google Play

Friday April 24 at 2:00 PM PST - Backyard Bioblitz for the City Nature Challenge!

Go outside - Backyard or Neighborhood - and catalogue whatever nearby nature that you find, upload it on the iNaturalist app. and discover what the rest of the world has uncovered during this eight day community science event.

For encouragement, Samantha Wynns, CNM Science Educator, will be walking you through her backyard in a Facebook Live event!

Missing the Cabrillo Tidepools? On Monday, April 27th at 10:00 AM PST, join @neprisapp talk titled "Ecosystems: The Rocky Intertidal Zone" 

This is part of the @aaasorg @ifthenshecan Virtual STEM Fair, a series of engagements from IF/THEN Ambassadors from practically every STEM field. Click here to learn more!
If you missed this morning's Reading Ranger Facebook Live, click here to watch! Penny really enjoyed listening to Samantha, CNM Science Educator, read the children's classic, "The Wump World" by Bill Peet.

For more information about these events and other virtual engagements be sure to
check out CNMF on Facebook and Instagram and 
Cabrillo National Monument on Facebook and Instagram.

I will do my best to keep you informed and engaged during this challenging time!

Take Care, Be Well, and Stay Safe!
- Emily M Moore, Executive Director

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