WEDNESDAYS from APR 3, 2019
Wed April 24 Whidbey Island, USA. Leave Petra’s at 7am; leave Peace Arch Parking Lot at 7:30; drive to Keystone Ferry Terminal for 10:15 ferry to Port Townsend & 11am ferry back. Then Deception Pass State Park.
Wed May 1 UBC Botanical Garden. Leave Petra’s at 7:30; meet at Garden parking lot at 8:30; register at meter for 3 hrs free parking.
Wed May 8 Tennant Lake, USA; Leave Petra’s at 7:30; leave Peace Arch Parking Lot at 8; drive to Tennant Lake Fragrance Garden (5200 Nielsen Rd in Ferndale) – 20 minutes from Blaine – take I-5 to exit 262 – right on Main St/Axton Rd – left on Hovander Rd – right on Nielsen Rd.
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Category Archives: Deas Island
Delta Nats: Your fantastic DNS Display Team had our hands-on, educational and very popular Display at two events this past weekend. We participated in Metro Vancouver’s annual Starry Night at Deas Island Park on Saturday evening, August 20, then again … Continue reading
On Saturday evening, August 16, Delta Nats again had their Display at the annual Starry Night event at Deas Island Park. This event is co-organized by Metro Vancouver Parks and Delta Corporation Parks & Recreation. We had three tables of … Continue reading
Your Delta Naturalists’ Society was busy this past weekend participating with its hands-on, educational and entertaining Display at two events, Metro Vancouver Parks Starry Night at Deas Island Park on Saturday evening, August 17 and then again on Sunday, August … 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
Metro Vancouver Parks estimate that there were about 450 people (~200 fewer than last year), mostly kids, at the Starry Night event at Deas Island Park tonight (Sat. Aug. 18, 7:30-10:00 p.m.). It was a very comfortable evening, but the … Continue reading
Eight DNCBers (Rick & Marg, Ken & Anne. Alan & Lorna, Mike and me) enjoyed a beautiful Wednesday morning walk through Deas Island Regional Park (my backyard). Hi-lites were several Wood Creepers, Pileated Woodpeckers fly-past, blooming Wildflowers and a cold … Continue reading