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Category Archives: Serpentine Fen
Nineteen, actually 22, DNCBers enjoyed a two destination outing on another sunny Tuesday at Serpentine Fen in Surrey, and Mill Lake Park in Abbottsford. Lighting and weather was super for our photogs, check out the spectacular evidence on our DNCB … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site It was a dark and dreary looking morning with a sprinkling of rain, a day when normal people would have stayed in bed… but not hardy birders! Six of us (hardy birders) met … Continue reading
Rainy-day Birders at Serpentine Fen – minus Glen (photographer) & Al S. (departed early) Click on photo to see large version more photos at our DNCB Flickr site Eleven stubborn DNCBers braved the constant rain (It’s BC!) on Tuesday on … Continue reading
More photos from DNCB Picasa site will be added soon! Another massive crowd of 29 DNCBers (named at and) toured Serpentine Wildlife Management Area (SWMA) in Surrey on a pleasant Tuesday morning. It was a another spread-out, gabfest, but we … Continue reading
Eighteen drenched DNCBers enjoyed a brief Wednesday morning outing at the Serpentine Wildlife Management Area in Surrey. A few interesting sightings on our rain-shortened outing; check out the photo evidence (more to come) on our DNCB Picasa site. We met … Continue reading
photos by Liz (LS), Terry (TC), Glen (GB), Marion (MS), Pascale & Alberto (P&A) at DNCB Picasa site At little after 8:00 on another sunny Wednesday morning, nineteen DNCBirders began flocking together in the parking lot of Serpentine Fen. The … Continue reading
Sixteen hardy souls started out on rainy Wednesday morning at Serpentine Wildlife Management Area in Surrey and several of us finished the outing on White Rock pier. Check out the photo evidence of our almost-memorable outing on our DNCB Picasa … Continue reading