TUESDAYS from OCT 2, 2018
TUES Feb 12 CANCELLED
TUES Feb 19 Blaine, Washington (Drayton Harbor & Semiahmoo Spit); leave Petra’s at 7:30; meet on Marine Drive in Blaine at 8:15 (turn right at the traffic circle and park on the right after the railway tracks).
TUES Feb 26 Victoria; meet as foot passengers on the 7am ferry from Tsawwassen to Swartz Bay; we will take bus 70 ($5 day pass) downtown and walk through Beacon Hill Park to Clover Point or Ogden Point; we will take the 5pm ferry back to Tsawwassen. If the weather forecast is bad we could switch to Feb 26 instead.
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Sat Sep 8: Day at the Farm Westham Island Herb Farm 10:00-4:00
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Photos by Brian Avent (BA), Maureen Sinilaid (MS), Pat Smart (PS), Terry Carr (TC) More photos at our DNCB Flickr site Eleven DNCBers enjoyed a hazy Wednesday wandering the trails of Manning Park (MP) on our annual birding and wildflower … Continue reading
Report A: Iona Regional Park Only four of us, Roger, Mike, Chris and I, went to Iona Regional Park last Wednesday while several others (Kirsten, Marion & Jean, plus Pat & Maureen, Manli & Liz) spent the day at Manning … Continue reading
There were about 30 folk from four BC Nature Clubs (Chilliwack, Langley, White Rock/Surrey and Delta) on Wednesday’s outing to Manning Park. It was very slightly overcast, but a gorgeous day. Gerhard and I left the Ladner Bus Exchange at … Continue reading
Fifteen DNCBers enjoyed another glorious Wednesday morning on our annual “away” outing to Manning Provincial Park (MP). Hi-lites included: Townsend’s Warblers, hand-feeding Clark’s Nutcrackers, Whiskey Jacks and Ground Squirrels, beautiful Wildflowers, spectacular scenery and idyllic walks through old-growth forest, along … Continue reading
Fourteen DNCBer’s enjoyed a super “nature” Wednesday at Manning Provincial Park in the Cascade Mountains, located about 2 to 3 hours drive from Vancouver, between the coastal rain forest and the semi-arid Okanagan. We were four car loads: 1. Comedic … Continue reading