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Several Delta Nats participated in the Ladner Christmas Bird Count on Saturday, December 21. Each Christmas Bird Count is conducted on a single day between December 14 and January 5. Counts are carried out within a 24-km diameter circle that … Continue reading
These photos by Jim Kneesch Nearly 30 participants braved the elements this morning on our quarterly Birds on the Bay outing in Boundary Bay Regional Park. David’s eBird list recorded 32 species seen. Check out the photo evidence on our … Continue reading
Eighteen DNCBers braved a rainy Tuesday morning walking the Boundary Bay dyke trail from 104th almost to 88th and back. We saw thousands of shorebirds, waterfowl and other species; check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site (more … Continue reading
With Tom still whooping it up in Newfoundland, and Roger and Terry off gallivanting somewhere, I was designated to lead today’s quarterly Birds on the Bay walk in Boundary Bay Regional Park, meeting at 9.00 am. We had a great … Continue reading
Fourteen DNCBers braved the clouds then rain along the Boundary Bay Regional Park trail at 104th Street. Not a great morning for our photogs, but check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. Some left Petra’s at 7:30 … Continue reading
Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. Just after dawn on a chilly morning, 19 Delta Nat’s birders arrived at Boundary Bay and 104 St. All of us had found our warm mitts and taken extra jackets so we … Continue reading
Twenty-five folk enjoyed another beautiful Wednesday morning wandering around Boundary Bay Regional Park (BBRP) on our quarterly Birds on the Bay (BOTB) outing. The tide was high, the weather was fine, the chatfest was illuminating, and we saw a few … Continue reading