WEDNESDAYS from APR 3, 2019
Wed Jun 26 Campbell Valley Park. Leave Petra’s at 7:30 am, meet 8:15 am at the 16th Ave parking lot.
Wed July 3 Leave Petra’s at 7:30, meet on Tsawwassen Ferry Causeway at 7:45; meet at TFN boardwalk at 8:45; Reifel Bird Sanctuary about 10:30.
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Sun Sep 8: Day at the Farm Westham Island Herb Farm 10:00-4:00
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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
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
Twenty DNCBers enjoyed another beautiful Wednesday in Langley Township at the Jackman Wetlands and Aldergrove Regional Parks. Check out the spectacular photos of our sightings on our DNCB Flickr site. Ten of us car-pooled magnificently at 7:30 am from Petra’s … Continue reading
Sixteen DNCBers enjoyed a “local” outing on Wednesday to the Tsawwassen Ferry terminal, then the ponds on TFN land, then Reifel Bird Sanctuary. We had over 50 species seen (see Anne’s eBird list below); check out the photo evidence on … Continue reading
Twenty-three DNCBers enjoyed another gorgeous Wednesday morning at UBC’s Botanical Gardens in Vancouver. Check out the spectacular photos of the flowers, blossoms, people, and birds on our DNCB Flickr site. Photogs are Terry, Chris, Jim and newbie Kathryn, with hopefully … Continue reading
Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. Just after dawn on a chilly morning, 19 Delta Nat’s birders arrived at Boundary Bay and 104 St. All of us had found our warm mitts and taken extra jackets so we … Continue reading