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Category Archives: Dunlin
Ten hardy DNCBers braved the cold (-8C) on a “changed” outing to Alaksen National Wildlife Area (NWA) and our “Mecca” Reifel Bird Sanctuary. We saw many neat species, 50 total according to David’s eBird list (see below), and our photogs … Continue reading
These photos by Jim Kneesch Nearly 30 participants braved the elements this morning on our quarterly Birds on the Bay outing in Boundary Bay Regional Park. David’s eBird list recorded 32 species seen. Check out the photo evidence on our … Continue reading
On Tuesday morning, twelve DNCBers had a very enjoyable outing to Blaine, Washington. We stopped at Blaine Marine Park, the Fishing Pier, Drayton Harbor Marina, the Boat Launch, Semiahmoo Spit and a wooded area at the east end of Lincoln … 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
Twenty-one DNCBers finally enjoyed a sunny day in Delta and had a very productive outing, first to the Tsawwassen Ferry terminal, then our “Mecca” Reifel Bird Sanctuary. Check out the photo evidence of our bird, mushroom, plant and people sightings … 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
With a weather report of a strong wind from Squamish producing a minus 13 degree wind chill, I was amazed to find Petra’s DNCB table crowded with 10 dedicated birders. It was mind-numbing just to picture us on the unprotected … Continue reading