TUESDAYS from OCT 2, 2018
WEDNESDAYS from APR 3, 2019
TUES March 26 CHANGED Stanley Park. Leave Petra’s at 7:30; meet at Second Beach Parking Lot (just north of the swimming pool)at 8:30.
WED April 3 Victoria. Meet as foot passengers on the 7am ferry from Tsawwassen to Swartz Bay. Take Bus 70 ($5 day pass) to Parliament Bldgs which arrives at 9:50. Walk through Beacon Hill Park to Clover Point. Return on 5pm ferry.
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Tue Apr 2 Double-crested Cormorants; friend or foe? with Bev Ramey
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Photos at our DNCB Flickr site On a gorgeous, hot (record high near 25 degrees) Wednesday morning, eighteen DNCBers visited Beach Grove Park, then several parks in Ladner. Check out the photo evidence on our Flickr site at: DNCB Flickr … Continue reading
Report on Area I, by Terry Carr DNCBers took part in the Ladner Christmas Bird Count on December 23. There are photos on our Flickr site at: https://www.flickr.com/search/?group_id=3027315%40N23&view_all=1&text=2017-51 The count is part of the regional Christmas Bird Count, which is … Continue reading
Photos by Brian Avent (BA), Terry Carr (TC), Tony Mitra (TM), Roger Meyer (RM), Jim Kneesch (JK), Pat Smart (PS), Glen Bodie (GB), David Hoar (DH) more photos at our DNCB Flickr site Twenty-one DNCBers (list of participants at end) … Continue reading
Only the hardiest of “Delta Force” turned out at Petra’s on a damp, bone-chilling Monday morning. Lorna, Hans, Gerhard, Sheila, Eric, Donna, Brian and Janet, and myself (Roger) headed down to the lagoon at the foot of 12th Ave. and … Continue reading
With a beautiful sunny morning it was no surprise that there was an 800% increase in members turning out over last week’s dismal performance. Eight of us, Lorna, Mike, Marion, Brian and Janet, Gerhard, Terry, and Roger, left Petra’s for … Continue reading
Nineteen insatiable birders showed up on a rainy Wednesday morning at Beach Grove Park and then the “North 40” (aka the war-time air base and Vancouver Wireless Station from 1941 to 1971 when it closed). We were: Roger M, Mike … Continue reading