DNCB 2018-02 to White Rock Pier & Blackie Spit

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DNCB at White Rock Pier – missing Liz, Gareth, Ken & Anne

More photos at our DNCB Flickr site

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Marbled Godwit & Long-billed Curlew – photo by Rena Shao

Next week’s Outing is to Serpentine Fen in Surrey.  Leave Petra’s at 7:30 am, meet at 44th Ave Parking lot (behind Art Knapp’s) around 8 am.

Tom is in Cuba…

Directions for Tuesday’s Outing from Roger:
1. Meeting as usual at Petra’s for a 7:30 departure.
2. Meeting at Serpentine Fen at approximately 8:00
You need to come off of King George Boulevard, turning west on 44th Avenue (a dead end road).
If you are on Hwy 99, exit on the cloverleaf you would take to Crescent Beach, but instead head north onto King George.
44th Avenue cuts off of the King George just north of Art Knapp’s Nursery.
We’ll get together at the first parking lot on the left.  (there is a barn directly across from the parking lot entrance.  See map Serpentine Fen.

After Serpentine Fen, we will go to the dike at 104th Street – looking for Long-eared Owls.

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About dncb

DNS: Delta Naturalists are a group of nature lovers whose aim is to foster interest in the natural history of the Fraser delta by sharing and enjoying nature and promoting environmental awareness and conservation. DNCB: Delta Nats Casual Birders is a group of Casual Birders who go Birding at different locations each week, usually within the Lower Mainland or in nearby Washington State.
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