Wed Sept 20 – White Rock & Blackie Spit – leave Petra’s at 7:30 am; meet at White Rock Pier at 8 am.
Wed Sept 27 – Squamish Estuary – leave Ladner Bus Exchange at 6:30am; meet at Howe Sound Brewing at 37801 Cleveland Ave in Squamish between 8&9.
From Oct. 3, DNCB Outings change to TUESDAYS
TUE Oct 3 – Derby Reach Regional Park & Brae Island Regional Park, Langley. Leave Petras at 730 and arrive about 830 at the Heritage Area Parking Lot of Derby Reach Park on Allard Crescent.
Sat. Sep 9 Day at the Farm, Westham Island 10-4
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DNCB at Colony Farm (RM) (click on photo to enlarge) A cast of “thousands” participated in our away outing to Colony Farm Regional Park (CF) in Coquitlam on Wednesday. The decent weather and prospect of some neat sightings brought out … Continue reading
Photos below by Roger (RM), Terry (TC), Glen (GB), Jack (JMac), Marion (MS), Pat, David & Noreen (D&N) from our DNCB Picasa site. I have been too busy this week (BCN AGM in Comox Valley, etc.) to do a report … Continue reading
photos by Liz (LS), Terry (TC), Glen (GB), Pascale & Alberto (P&A), Rick (RW) at DNCB Picasa site Twenty-four DNCBers enjoyed another beautiful Wednesday morning wandering around Colony Farm in Coquitlam. Hi-lites were: Lazuli Buntings, families of Pied-billed Grebes and … Continue reading
Photos by Terry Carr (TC) and Marion Shikaze (MS) to be added soon! On an overcast, but dry, Wednesday morning, nine DNCBers left the Ladner Bus Exchange at 6:15 a.m. on an outing to Cheam Lake Wetlands Regional Park in … Continue reading
Photos by Jonathan, Terry, Roger & Ken Click on any photo to see large version Lucky thirteen (again) DNCBers enjoyed a beautiful “short-sleeved” Wednesday morning walk and birding outing at Colony Farm Regional Park in Coquitlam. We were: Roger, Hans-Ulf, … Continue reading
Seven weirdos weathered a windy Wednesday (Roger & Rose, Mike & Lorna, Hans Ulf, Sleepy Alan and me) at Brunswick Point, and then a more enjoyable and successful late stint at the North Forty. Hi-lites were an American Bittern, nesting … Continue reading