TUESDAYS from OCT 2, 2018
WEDNESDAYS from APR 3, 2019
TUES March 26 CHANGED Stanley Park. Leave Petra’s at 7:30; meet at Second Beach Parking Lot (just north of the swimming pool)at 8:30.
WED April 3 Victoria. Meet as foot passengers on the 7am ferry from Tsawwassen to Swartz Bay. Take Bus 70 ($5 day pass) to Parliament Bldgs which arrives at 9:50. Walk through Beacon Hill Park to Clover Point. Return on 5pm ferry.
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Tue Apr 2 Double-crested Cormorants; friend or foe? with Bev Ramey
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Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. Just after dawn on a chilly morning, 19 Delta Nat’s birders arrived at Boundary Bay and 104 St. All of us had found our warm mitts and taken extra jackets so we … Continue reading
November 5, 2018 Pender Island birdwatchers Bob Vergette, Julie Johnston, Roz Kempe and son Nick joined Chris, Glen, Jack and I for a full day of birdwatching in the delta on Monday November 5. The group had intended to meet … Continue reading
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
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site It was another miserable Tuesday so only three of us battled the rain at Iona Regional Park. And, as always happens, it was a very enjoyable and almost comfortable outing, with lots of … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site The Honeymoon is over! Sixteen DNCBers started dry and finished wet on our Tuesday outing along the Boundary Bay Dyke trail at 104th Street. Check out the photo evidence of some neat sightings, … Continue reading
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
It was another wet and rainy Tuesday morning with only six DNCBers braving the “normal” BC elements at Brunswick Point… We estimated 60,000 shorebirds (wish we could ID the different species) were feeding at Roberts Bank this morning, along with the thousands of ducks, mostly Green-winged Teal, Northern Pintail, American Wigeon and Mallards. About 20 Trumpeter Swans were along the distant shoreline too. Continue reading