Changing to TUESDAYS in October.
TUE Oct 22 Tsawwassen Ferry Causeway & Reifel. Leave Petra’s at 7:30am; meet at ferry causeway at 7:45; meet at Reifel about 9am.
TUE Oct 29 Whidbey Island, USA. Leave Petra’s at 7am; leave Peace Arch parking lot at 7:30; take 10:15 ferry from Keystone to Port Townsend as foot passengers.
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Sun 20 Oct Delta Nats will be exhibiting in the Welcome Back the Birds event at Harris Barn in Ladner, 1:00 to 5:00 pm.
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Thirty-two DNCBers joined part or all of our Tuesday morning outing to the White Rock pier then Blackie Spit Park in South Surrey. We saw lots of neat stuff, including rarities, and you can see the incredible photo evidence on … Continue reading
THREE Reports this week!! From Anne Murray, Roger Meyer & Tom Bearss, just back from his golfing trip to Newfoundland. From Tom: Thirty (Wow!) DNCBers enjoyed another beautiful Wednesday morning of birding in Iona Regional Park. We saw lots of … Continue reading
See photos at our DNCB Flickr site Twenty-nine folk (yes 29) enjoyed another glorious Wednesday morning in South Surrey at Blackie Spit and Elgin Heritage Parks. Check out the beaut photo evidence of the birds, flora and participants on our … Continue reading
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
Thirty-one DNCBers (yes 31) spent another beautiful Wednesday morning touring the Little Campbell Hatchery and adjacent amazingly-signed park trails at the Semiahmoo Fish & Game Club (SFGC) in Surrey. We had lots of neat sightings and they’re posted on our … Continue reading
Seventeen DNCBers enjoyed a somewhat strenuous hike on a beautiful Wednesday morning through the woods of Minnekhada Regional Park in Coquitlam. And we saw some neat species too; check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. Note: previous … Continue reading