Wed. Apr 25 Ladner Parks; leave Petra’s at 7:30am; meet at Ladner Harbour Park at 8am.
Wed. May 2 Whidbey Island, WA (if poor forecast will switch with following week); leave Petra’s at 7am; leave Peace Arch parking lot at 7:30am; arrive at Coupeville Ferry Terminal around 9:30 for 10:15 Port Townsend ferry as foot passengers. Bring picnic lunch (no fruit, vegetables or meat).
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Eighteen DNCBers, including several Langley Field Naturalists, enjoyed an overcast but comfy and dry Wednesday morning wandering around Brydon Lagoon and Hi-Knoll Park in Langley. We had lots of neat sightings of birds and wildflowers and people as evidenced in … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site About 19 DNCBers enjoyed a pleasant and productive Tuesday morning travelling to and from, and at Reifel Bird Sanctuary. Check out the brilliant photo evidence of our first 2018 outing on our Flickr … Continue reading
Report on Area I, by Terry Carr DNCBers took part in the Ladner Christmas Bird Count on December 23. There are photos on our Flickr site at: https://www.flickr.com/search/?group_id=3027315%40N23&view_all=1&text=2017-51 The count is part of the regional Christmas Bird Count, which is … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site Eighteen DNCBers spent a cold but dry Tuesday morning at Terra Nova Park in Richmond. It was a particularly successful outing with several rare and photogenic sightings (e.g. Red Crossbills, Rough-legged Hawk, etc.). … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site It was a rainy and windy Tuesday morning, so only six stoic DNCBers enjoyed an eventually sunny morning in Vancouver at Jericho Beach, and then Camosun Bog. We had some neat sightings among … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site Twenty-five DNCBers enjoyed a gorgeous Tuesday morning wandering in two Langley Regional Parks, Derby Reach and Brae Island. We saw lots of new and neat stuff in a beautiful setting along the Fraser … Continue reading