Category Archives: Bald Eagle

DNCB Outing No. 2018-41 to Point Roberts, WA

Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. With a beautiful morning for an outing the eight birders at Petra’s (Mikes 1 and 2, Terry, David and Noreen, Lorna, Glen, and myself, Roger) left for the Point, pausing … Continue reading

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DNCB Outing No. 2018-38 to Iona Regional Park

About 25 DNCBers enjoyed another beautiful, and productive, Wednesday morning at Iona Regional Park.  Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. Some left Petra’s at 7:30 am and met me and others at 8:15 am at the … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, Bald Eagle, California Gull, Caspian Tern, Iona, Lapland Longspur, Lincoln’s Sparrow, Long-billed Dowitcher, Northern Harrier, Pectoral Sandpiper, Peregrine Falcon, Purple Martin, Red-tailed Hawk, Sewage Lagoons, Spotted Sandpiper, Western Meadowlark, Western Wood-Pewee, Willow Flycatcher, Wilson’s Warbler, Yellow Warbler, Yellow-rumped Warbler | Leave a comment

DNCB Outing No. 2018-37 Birds on the Bay in Boundary Bay Regional Park

Twenty-five folk enjoyed another beautiful Wednesday morning wandering around Boundary Bay Regional Park (BBRP) on our quarterly Birds on the Bay (BOTB) outing.  The tide was high, the weather was fine, the chatfest was illuminating, and we saw a few … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, American Kestrel, Bald Eagle, Birds-on-the-Bay, Boundary Bay, California Gull, Caspian Tern, Cedar Waxwing, Cooper's Hawk, Franklin’s Gull, Northern Harrier, Red-tailed Hawk, Yellow Warbler | Leave a comment

DNCB Outing No. 2018-33 to Boundary Bay at 104th St.

About 20 DNCBers enjoyed another beautiful Wednesday morning in Delta, walking along the Boundary Bay Regional Park (BBRP) trail from 104th St. to the Mansion.  Check out the photo evidence on our Flickr site at: DNCB Flickr site. Some left … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, 104 Street, American Golden-Plover, Baird’s Sandpiper, Bald Eagle, Black-bellied Plover, Boundary Bay, Cedar Waxwing, Delta Heritage AirPark, Least Sandpiper, Long-billed Dowitcher, MacGillivray's Warbler, Merlin, Northern Harrier, Sanderling, Semipalmated Plover, Western Sandpiper, Willet, Yellow Warbler | Leave a comment

DNCB Outing No. 2018-30 to Iona Regional Park

Sixteen DNCBers enjoyed a brilliant, hot & muggy Wednesday morning at Iona Regional Park, a regular and always fruitful destination for us.  Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site.  Also see Roger’s photos of breaching Orca’s taken … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, Bald Eagle, Iona, Least Sandpiper, Mink, Peregrine Falcon, Purple Martin, Semi-palmated Sandpiper, Spotted Sandpiper, Western Sandpiper, Willow Flycatcher | Leave a comment

DNCB Outing No. 2018-29 to Reifel Bird Sanctuary

See photos at our DNCB Flickr site Fifteen DNCBers enjoyed another beautiful Summer Wednesday morning in Delta on a local outing to Reifel Bird Sanctuary.  Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. We car-pooled from Petra’s at … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, Bald Eagle, Black Oystercatcher, Brandt's Cormorant, Caspian Tern, Long-billed Dowitcher, Northern Harrier, Osprey, Pelagic Cormorant, Pigeon Guillemot, Purple Martin, Reifel, Sandhill Crane, Semi-palmated Sandpiper, Western Sandpiper | Leave a comment

DNCB Outing No. 2018-25 to Pitt Lake

Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site With a very hot day predicted six members met at Petra’s (Mike and Hannah, his cousin’s daughter from Wales, Terry, Angela, Lauris, Noreen and David, and reluctant blogger Roger) and … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, Bald Eagle, Band-tailed Pigeon, Bullock's Oriole, Cedar Waxwing, Cliff Swallow, Eastern Kingbird, Gray Catbird, Osprey, Pitt Lake, Pitt-Addington Marsh WMA, Swainson's Thrush, Turkey Vulture, Warbling Vireo, Willow Flycatcher, Yellow Warbler | Leave a comment