Wed. Apr 25 Ladner Parks; leave Petra’s at 7:30am; meet at Ladner Harbour Park at 8am.
Wed. May 2 Whidbey Island, WA (if poor forecast will switch with following week); leave Petra’s at 7am; leave Peace Arch parking lot at 7:30am; arrive at Coupeville Ferry Terminal around 9:30 for 10:15 Port Townsend ferry as foot passengers. Bring picnic lunch (no fruit, vegetables or meat).
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Photos by Michael Audet (MA), Brian Avent (BA), Jack MacDonald (JMacD) It was pouring rain on Tuesday morning, but eleven stalwart DNCBers showed up, surprising me, and enjoyed a decent and productive outing at various sites in Point Roberts. Check … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site Most of the photos of this Outing are on our Flickr website at: http://www.flickr.com/groups/dncb, then click the magnifying glass icon in the “Photo Pool” row, and add 2017-16 to “DNCB Photos” in the … Continue reading
more photos at our DNCB Flickr site Fourteen DNCBers enjoyed a weird but magical Tuesday morning of birding at Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver. Check out the spectacular photo evidence on our Flickr site: http://www.flickr.com/groups/dncb, then click the magnifying glass … Continue reading
Twenty-four DNCBers (named at end) enjoyed a gorgeous, uncharacteristically sunny, Tuesday morning wandering around UBC’s Botanical Garden. The outing was organized and led by Debbi Hlady, a Delta Nat and an FOG (Friend of the Garden). We saw lots of … Continue reading
Photos from the DNCB Picasa site by Pascale & Alberto (P&A), Brian (BA), Roger (RM), Terry Carr (TC), Glen (GB), Marion (MS), & Pat (PS) A huge crowd of 30 DNCBers enjoyed a beautiful, sunny and mild Tuesday morning of … Continue reading
Seventeen very fortunate birders (Roger, Mike, Anne M, Sheila, Jane, Lorna, Gerhard, Ken & Anne, Marion, Donna, Janet without Vienna Bryan, Bev, Jonathan without Lorraine, Terry, Kaye and me) spent a glorious Monday morning prancing in the Spring sun and warmth … Continue reading