WEDNESDAYS until the end of September. Changing to TUESDAYS in October.
Wed Aug 28 Sidney Spit. Meet as foot passengers on 7am ferry to Swartz Bay. Bring water and lunch. Take 10am ferry to Sidney Island. Return on 5pm ferry to Tsawwassen.
Wed Sept 4 Mt Baker, WA. Leave Petra’s at 7am; leave Peace Arch Parking Lot at 7:30.
WATCH FOR CHANGES!
Next DNS Meeting:
Tues Sept. 3 David & Diane Reesor: Nature in the Omo Valley & Highlands of Ethiopia7:30 pm at Benediction Lutheran Church, 5575 – 6th Ave
Sat Aug 24: Wings Over Iona, Iona Regional Park, 11 am – 1:30 pm
Sat Sep 7: Day at the Farm Westham Island Herb Farm 10:00-4:00
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Monthly Archives: October 2012
It was a dark and stormy…and the small group (myself) met at 8:00 am at Petra’s to decide on the day’s trip. Because of the heavy traffic the group (myself) decided to give the others a bit of extra time … Continue reading
Several of us locals met at Petra’s, Lorna, Sheila, Kay, Donna, Gerhard (recently returned from several weeks in Europe), John, and myself (Roger) and proceeded to meet the others, Ken and Anne, Brian and Janet, Dave and Donna, an Marion … Continue reading
Thirteen, there’s that number again, casual birders traveled to Burnaby Lake hoping to find the Rusty Blackbirds that had been there for the past few weeks. Lorna, Sheila, Kay, Hans and I (Roger) met at Petra’s and joined Jonathan, Ken … Continue reading
From Peter Ward: We had a good start on Saturday, October 6, and one Delta Nat (Kay) showed up, and displayed really good skills with measuring and layout. So we had a good team of 3, Ken H, Peter and … Continue reading
Twenty-one of us left the Tsawwassen Ferry terminal on Wednesday, October 10 at 10:10 a.m. on the Queen of Nanaimo to begin our DNCB Gulf Islands Ferry outing. It was foggy, but fairly mild, most of the day; we saw … Continue reading
Fourteen DNCBer’s enjoyed another gorgeous Wednesday morning of birding at Iona Regional Park and the adjacent Sewage Lagoons. Hi-lites included: three Ring-necked Ducks, Western Meadowlarks, lots of other Duck and Shorebird species, our first newly-arrived Snow Geese and some tasty … Continue reading