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Category Archives: Gulf Islands
Only the Magnificent Seven DNCBers took the Ferry outing to Salt Spring Island on another gorgeous Wednesday. We had a few neat sightings, but mostly just enjoyed a beautiful, and almost free, day among the idyllic Gulf Islands. Check out … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site Our “away” outing on Wednesday to Bowen Island was an enjoyable, but epic outing for nine DNCBers. Check out the few photos on our Flickr site at: http://www.flickr.com/groups/dncb, then click the magnifying glass … Continue reading
Eleven DNCBers enjoyed our Gulf Island Ferry outing to Salt Spring last Wednesday. Check out the photo evidence on our new DNCB Flickr website. Note: Our Picasa site will be shut down soon; we are working on transferring all our … Continue reading
Sixteen DNCBers had a ball on Wednesday riding the ferry and walking around Killarney Lake on Bowen Island. We saw a few neat birds, but mostly just enjoyed the serenity of a forest walk at a place where most of … Continue reading
Nine DNCBers spent another beautiful Wednesday on Salt Spring Island and riding the ferries among the Gulf Islands. Not a lot of bird sightings, but a fun trip, climaxed with a pod of Killer Whales welcoming us to Tsawwassen Ferry … Continue reading
On Wednesday, seventeen “weathered” birders enjoyed a wet but mild ferry ride and strenuous but healthy walk around beautiful Galiano Island. The idiosyncratic group included: our self-proclaimed Leader Roger with newbie ferry-afficionado Kristin, our chauffeur White Rock Al, photog & … Continue reading
Nineteen DNCBers met on the Salt Spring Ferry round 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday for our all-day Island Ferry “Birding” Outing. It was a glorious day and it was a wonderful Island Cruise, but we didn’t see a lot of different … Continue reading