Changing to TUESDAYS in October.
TUE Oct 22 Tsawwassen Ferry Causeway & Reifel. Leave Petra’s at 7:30am; meet at ferry causeway at 7:45; meet at Reifel about 9am.
TUE Oct 29 Whidbey Island, USA. Leave Petra’s at 7am; leave Peace Arch parking lot at 7:30; take 10:15 ferry from Keystone to Port Townsend as foot passengers.
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Sun 20 Oct Delta Nats will be exhibiting in the Welcome Back the Birds event at Harris Barn in Ladner, 1:00 to 5:00 pm.
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THREE Reports this week!! From Anne Murray, Roger Meyer & Tom Bearss, just back from his golfing trip to Newfoundland. From Tom: Thirty (Wow!) DNCBers enjoyed another beautiful Wednesday morning of birding in Iona Regional Park. We saw lots of … Continue reading
Twenty-two DNCBers enjoyed an overcast but very comfortable Wednesday morning outing along the Fort to Fort trail in Derby Reach Regional Park. We had a few neat sightings, and lots of good chatter with several newbies and returning world travelers; … Continue reading
Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. Once again we began without our regular leader, Tom, who is basking in the Australian sun while we started the day shivering in the morning cold on the Tsawwassen Ferry … Continue reading
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
See photos at DNCB Flickr site Twenty-seven DNCBers (names listed at the end of this Report) enjoyed a beautiful, sunny autumn morning at Iona Regional Park. The air was crisp and clear, the mountains were spectacular, and the tide was … Continue reading
Fourteen DNCBers spent an overcast but dry and comfortable Tuesday morning wandering around the gorgeous flower beds of Queen Elizabeth Park in downtown Vancouver. There seemed to be a “fallout” of Warblers in the trees so we had lots of … Continue reading