Cabrillo National Monument Internship Profile
President Woodrow Wilson established the Cabrillo National Monument in 1913 to honor Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo, the first European on the West Coast, who claimed the land for Spain in 1542. Today, the National Park Service manages the monument and its 160 acres. People come from around the world to watch Pacific gray whales migrate south, visit the tide pool area, learn about military history and more. The park also offers volunteer programs and exhibits on various subjects.
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