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Seventeen brave souls spent a rainy, windy, Tuesday morning on the White Rock pier, then at Blackie Spit Park. Despite the crappy weather there were tonnes of birds around and our photogs got some great shots which you can enjoy … Continue reading
Several Delta Nats participated in the Ladner Christmas Bird Count on Saturday, December 21. Each Christmas Bird Count is conducted on a single day between December 14 and January 5. Counts are carried out within a 24-km diameter circle that … Continue reading
These photos by Jim Kneesch Nearly 30 participants braved the elements this morning on our quarterly Birds on the Bay outing in Boundary Bay Regional Park. David’s eBird list recorded 32 species seen. Check out the photo evidence on our … Continue reading
Lucky thirteen DNCBers enjoyed a dry, productive and enjoyable Tuesday morning of birding at Terra Nova Park in Richmond. David recorded 37 species seen (see his eBird list below.) Check out the brilliant photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. … Continue reading
On Tuesday morning, twelve DNCBers had a very enjoyable outing to Blaine, Washington. We stopped at Blaine Marine Park, the Fishing Pier, Drayton Harbor Marina, the Boat Launch, Semiahmoo Spit and a wooded area at the east end of Lincoln … Continue reading
Twenty-four DNCBers enjoyed a mild, sunny, and productive, Tuesday morning at Stanley Park in downtown Vancouver. We got lots of up-close-and-personal looks at some neat species; check out the amazing photo, and video, evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. Some … Continue reading
Eighteen DNCBers braved a rainy Tuesday morning walking the Boundary Bay dyke trail from 104th almost to 88th and back. We saw thousands of shorebirds, waterfowl and other species; check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site (more … Continue reading