From Oct. 3, DNCB Outings change to TUESDAYS
Tue Oct 17 – Jericho & Camosun Bog; leave Petras at 730 am, meet 8:15 at Jericho Beach parking lot East. Free parking just outside the parking lot on West 2nd Ave at Wallace St.
Tue Oct 24 – Deception Pass, WA; leave Petras at 7 am; leave Peace Arch parking lot at 7:30; If the weather is wet we will go to Blaine instead.
Tue Oct 31 – Alaksen/Reifel; leave Petras at 730 am
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More photos at our DNCB Flickr site A big crowd of twenty two DNCBers met on the Boundary Bay Dike Trail at 104th Street AirPark for a leisurely Wednesday morning walk, mainly to check out the migratory Shorebirds. It was … 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
Photos by Brian Avent (BA), Roger Meyer (RM), Terry Carr (TC), Glen Bodie (GB), Pat Smart (PS), Maureen Sinilaid (MS), David Hoar (DH): more photos at our DNCB Flickr site Twenty-five participants, including five Newbies, enjoyed a mild and sunny … Continue reading
more photos at our DNCB Flickr site Part 1: Sightings with Tom (by Tom Bearss) Ferry Terminal: Scaup (probably Greater), one Brant, rafts of thousands of ducks, mostly Mallard, Northern Pintail and American Wigeon (at least one Eurasian), Bufflehead, both … Continue reading
Fourteen DNCBers spent an overcast but dry and comfortable Tuesday morning wandering around the gorgeous flower beds of Queen Elizabeth Park in downtown Vancouver. There seemed to be a “fallout” of Warblers in the trees so we had lots of … Continue reading
Over 20 DNCBers (see list below) enjoyed a gorgeous morning at Blackie Spit and Rene Savenye Park with many up-close-and-personal sightings of some neat species. Check out photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. Sightings included: Black Turnstone, Common Loons, … Continue reading
Twenty-three (wow) DNCBers enjoyed a walk on the mud and the path at the 104th St. entrance to the Boundary Bay dike path. Lots of migrants in the Bay and we had some good sightings on a cloudy but comfortable … Continue reading