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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More photos at our DNCB Flickr site Ten DNCBers had an exciting Wednesday on our annual September climb of Mt. Baker in Washington State. It was “smokey” from the forest fires, but the vistas, wildflowers, some neat bird species, and … Continue reading
Photos by Brian Avent (BA), Maureen Sinilaid (MS), Pat Smart (PS), Terry Carr (TC) More photos at our DNCB Flickr site Eleven DNCBers enjoyed a hazy Wednesday wandering the trails of Manning Park (MP) on our annual birding and wildflower … Continue reading
Report A: Iona Regional Park Only four of us, Roger, Mike, Chris and I, went to Iona Regional Park last Wednesday while several others (Kirsten, Marion & Jean, plus Pat & Maureen, Manli & Liz) spent the day at Manning … Continue reading
There were about 30 folk from four BC Nature Clubs (Chilliwack, Langley, White Rock/Surrey and Delta) on Wednesday’s outing to Manning Park. It was very slightly overcast, but a gorgeous day. Gerhard and I left the Ladner Bus Exchange at … Continue reading
Brunswick Pointers (RM) See more photos at DNCB Picasa website A somewhat cryptic Report from Tom’s sick bed Twenty five participants spent a gorgeous day at Brunswick Point at the peak season for migrating shorebirds. We followed the convoluted directions … Continue reading
More Photos to be added SOON! Sixteen DNCBers enjoyed a brilliant Wednesday morning wandering around the gorgeous gardens of Queen Elizabeth Park (QEP) in downtown Vancouver. In addition to the array of beautiful flowers in full bloom, hi-lites included a … Continue reading