TUESDAYS from OCT 2, 2018
WEDNESDAYS from APR 3, 2019
TUES March 26 CHANGED Stanley Park. Leave Petra’s at 7:30; meet at Second Beach Parking Lot (just north of the swimming pool)at 8:30.
WED April 3 Victoria. Meet as foot passengers on the 7am ferry from Tsawwassen to Swartz Bay. Take Bus 70 ($5 day pass) to Parliament Bldgs which arrives at 9:50. Walk through Beacon Hill Park to Clover Point. Return on 5pm ferry.
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Tue Apr 2 Double-crested Cormorants; friend or foe? with Bev Ramey
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Some Delta Nats took part in the Ladner Christmas Bird Count on December 22. The cold windy weather resulted in a lower than usual count in nearly all the count areas. At least the rain held off. Counts are carried … Continue reading
Report on Area I, by Terry Carr DNCBers took part in the Ladner Christmas Bird Count on December 23. There are photos on our Flickr site at: https://www.flickr.com/search/?group_id=3027315%40N23&view_all=1&text=2017-51 The count is part of the regional Christmas Bird Count, which is … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site Finally, a sunny Tuesday! Twenty DNCBers enjoyed a beautiful clear and cool day at various spots around Drayton Harbour and Semiahmoo Bay in Blaine, Washington. Plus, we had a lot of really neat … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site It was another miserable Tuesday so only three of us battled the rain at Iona Regional Park. And, as always happens, it was a very enjoyable and almost comfortable outing, with lots of … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site Eighteen DNCBers spent a cold but dry Tuesday morning at Terra Nova Park in Richmond. It was a particularly successful outing with several rare and photogenic sightings (e.g. Red Crossbills, Rough-legged Hawk, etc.). … Continue reading
Twenty-four folk spent a cool (10˚ C) but comfortable Tuesday morning wandering around Vancouver’s “jewel”, Stanley Park. Lots of neat bird, and animal, sightings; check out the photo evidence by Denise (aka Uma), Pat, Terry, Glen and Marion on our … Continue reading