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Twenty-three DNCBers enjoyed a rainless, almost comfortable, Tuesday morning birding the hotspots in Point Roberts USA. Our photogs got some great shots, but our Flickr site is “down” at the moment. I’m providing links here to our DNCB Flickr “Pool”, … Continue reading
Seventeen brave souls spent a rainy, windy, Tuesday morning on the White Rock pier, then at Blackie Spit Park. Despite the crappy weather there were tonnes of birds around and our photogs got some great shots which you can enjoy … Continue reading
Fifteen DNCBers visited several spots in Pt. Roberts on Wednesday joining thousands of birds as Spring migration continues. Check out some amazing photos, including several species in gorgeous breeding plumage, on our DNCB Flickr site. The weather was miserable and … Continue reading
Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. With a beautiful morning for an outing the eight birders at Petra’s (Mikes 1 and 2, Terry, David and Noreen, Lorna, Glen, and myself, Roger) left for the Point, pausing … Continue reading
Nineteen DNCBers enjoyed another gorgeous Wednesday morning birding at some new and old spots in Point Roberts, USA. Check out the photo evidence of the place, the people, and some amazing birds and flowers on our Flickr site. We (9) … Continue reading
Photos by Michael Audet (MA), Brian Avent (BA), Jack MacDonald (JMacD) It was pouring rain on Tuesday morning, but eleven stalwart DNCBers showed up, surprising me, and enjoyed a decent and productive outing at various sites in Point Roberts. Check … Continue reading
Six DNCBers (Tom, Sheila, Anne M, Pauline, Lorna, Al) met in Blaine to take the San Juan Island Cruise (see website/blog http://www.whales.com/). Terry Carr took the same tour earlier on July 13. The following Report by naturalist Victoria Souze is … Continue reading