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.
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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: August 2013
More Photos will be added SOON! Sixteen DNCBers enjoyed another glorious and productive Wednesday morning at Blackie Spit in South Surrey. The rain held off and it turned out to be warm, almost muggy. Hi-lites included: Long-billed Curlew, Marbled Godwit, … Continue reading
Fifteen DNCBers enjoyed another glorious Wednesday morning on our annual “away” outing to Manning Provincial Park (MP). Hi-lites included: Townsend’s Warblers, hand-feeding Clark’s Nutcrackers, Whiskey Jacks and Ground Squirrels, beautiful Wildflowers, spectacular scenery and idyllic walks through old-growth forest, along … Continue reading
Your Delta Naturalists’ Society was busy this past weekend participating with its hands-on, educational and entertaining Display at two events, Metro Vancouver Parks Starry Night at Deas Island Park on Saturday evening, August 17 and then again on Sunday, August … Continue reading
Photos by Marion S, Tony M & Marian P Click on any photo to see large version Sixteen DNCBers enjoyed a rare muggy Wednesday morning of birding at Deer Lake Park, a new destination for many of us. Incredible local … Continue reading
Photos will be added to this Blog soon! Fifteen DNCBers enjoyed another glorious Wednesday morning in our corner of BC paradise. We started at the dike on Boundary Bay at 104th Street looking for newly arrived Shorebirds and then wandered … Continue reading