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TUE Jan 21 Iona Regional Park; leave Petra’s at 7:30am; meet at washrooms ~8:15
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Category Archives: Northern Harrier
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
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
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
Nineteen DNCBers braved the windy and cool elements on what turned out to be a very pleasant and productive Tuesday morning outing along the dike trail at Brunswick Point. We saw lots of migrant waterfowl and shorebirds, and other good … Continue reading
32 folk participated in our quarterly Birds on the Bay outing on Wednesday morning in Boundary Bay Regional Park. Not a lot of sightings but a beautiful walk in a gorgeous park with a lot of neat folk. Check out … Continue reading
Note: Delta Nat Roger Meyer wrote most of this superb report! With a partially overcast day and rain showers predicted the undaunted DNCB birders set out in three vehicles from Petras and arrived at Colony Farm Regional Park (CFRP) far … 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