Category Archives: Willow Flycatcher

DNCB Outing No. 2019-36 to Sidney Spit National Park

Twenty plus DNCBers enjoyed a spectacular outing to, from and on Sidney Island, the Gulf Islands National Park. We had some superb sightings, including rare species, on a gorgeous Wednesday in BC.  Check out the pictorial evidence on our DNCB … Continue reading

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DNCB Outing No. 2019-35 to Boundary Bay Trail at 104th St.

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

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DNCB Outing No. 2019-33 to Burnaby Lake

On Wednesday morning, twenty-one DNCBers enjoyed a glorious and productive walk around Burnaby Lake Regional Park.  Check out the beaut photos of the birds (some rare), animals, flowers and people on our DNCB Flickr site. Some left Petra’s at 7:30 … Continue reading

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DNCB Outing No. 2019-31 to Iona Regional Park

Photos by Glen Bodie (GB), David Hoar (DH), Noreen Rudd (NR), Roger Meyer (RM), Terry Carr (TC), Sabine Decamp (SD) Seventeen DNCBers enjoyed another glorious Wednesday morning outing at Iona Regional Park.  We saw some neat stuff, as attested by … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, American Kestrel, Bald Eagle, Hooded Merganser, Iona, Least Sandpiper, Long-billed Dowitcher, Orange-crowned Warbler, Pectoral Sandpiper, Purple Martin, Sewage Lagoons, Spotted Sandpiper, Western Sandpiper, Willow Flycatcher, Yellow Warbler, Yellow-headed Blackbird, Yellow-rumped Warbler | Leave a comment

DNCB Outing No. 2019-26 to Campbell Valley Regional Park

Twenty-four folk enjoyed a glorious Wednesday morning wandering the trails of beautiful Campbell Valley Regional Park (CVRP) in Langley.  And we had lots of neat sightings, many up-close-and-personal as you can see in the photos on our DNCB Flickr site. … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, Barn Owl, Brown Creeper, Campbell Valley, Cedar Waxwing, Douglas Squirrel, Pacific-slope Flycatcher, Swainson's Thrush, Townsend’s Chipmunk, Turkey Vulture, Willow Flycatcher, Yellow Warbler | Leave a comment

DNCB Outing No. 2019-25 to Pitt Lake Wildlife Management Area

Twenty-three DNCBers enjoyed a long but fruitful day at the Pitt-Addington Marsh Wildlife Management Area in Coquitlam on Wednesday.  A very long walk, some interesting sightings in a magnificent setting, and a delicious lunch; check out the photo evidence on … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, American Redstart, Bald Eagle, Band-tailed Pigeon, Bullock's Oriole, Cedar Waxwing, Cliff Swallow, Eastern Kingbird, Grant Narrows, Gray Catbird, Osprey, Pacific-slope Flycatcher, Pitt Lake, Red-eyed Vireo, Turkey Vulture, Vaux's Swift, Warbling Vireo, Willow Flycatcher, Wilson’s Warbler, Yellow Warbler, Yellow-breasted Chat, Yellow-rumped Warbler | Leave a comment

DNCB “Birds on the Bay” Outing No. 2019-24 in Boundary Bay Regional Park

32 folk participated in our quarterly Birds on the Bay outing on Wednesday morning in Boundary Bay Regional Park.  Not a lot of sightings but a beautiful walk in a gorgeous park with a lot of neat folk.  Check out … Continue reading

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