2nd Grade teachers at Village Elementary are looking for a mulberry tree to use in teaching a science unit involving the life cycle of silk worms (which feed on mulberry tree leaves).
Any one who can provide access to one (I assume in the neighborhood), please contact the school at 619 522 8915.
Today was the second time we have seen a number of the rare species of the Black Jellyfish washing ashore in the Glorietta Bay area. The first time was in mid-July and then it was just a couple. Today, there were about 10 of these beautiful creatures washing ashore. They were a variety of sizes from about 6 inches across to 12-18 inches across.
They did not look like they were in very good condition. Most did not seem to be swimming, but were being washed upon the shore by the…Continue