Category Archives: Long-billed Dowitcher

DNCB Outing No. 2017-46 to Iona Regional Park

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

Posted in *DNCB, Bald Eagle, Black-bellied Plover, Canvasback, Dunlin, Hooded Merganser, Iona, Long-billed Dowitcher, Pectoral Sandpiper, Peregrine Falcon, Pied-billed Grebe, Red Crossbill, Ring-necked Duck, Ruddy Duck, Rusty Blackbird, Sewage Lagoons, Spotted Sandpiper, Western Sandpiper | Leave a comment

DNCB Outing No. 2017-43 to Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal and Reifel Bird Sanctuary

More photos at our DNCB Flickr site Thirty (Wow! See names at end) folk enjoyed another brilliant Fall Tuesday morning in Delta on our DNCB outing to Roberts Bank (aka Salish Sea or Georgia Strait) at the Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal, … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, Barn Owl, Barred Owl, Black Oystercatcher, Black Turnstone, Black-crowned Night-Heron, Brown Creeper, Dunlin, Eurasian Wigeon, Hooded Merganser, Long-billed Dowitcher, Mute Swan, Northern Harrier, Northern Shrike, Pelagic Cormorant, Red-necked Grebe, Red-tailed Hawk, Reifel, Ring-necked Duck, Rough-legged Hawk, Trumpeter Swan, Tsawwassen Ferry Port, Whimbrel | Leave a comment

DNCB Outing No. 2017-38 to Squamish Estuary

Photos at our DNCB Flickr site About 18 Delta and Squamish Naturalists had a grand Wednesday morning wandering the trails and wetlands of the Squamish estuary.  It was a new and interesting destination for DNCBers and we met some nice … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, Black Bear, Brown Creeper, Long-billed Dowitcher, Purple Finch, Squamish Estuary, Turkey Vulture | Leave a comment

DNCB Outing No. 2017-33 to Boundary Bay Dike at 104th St.

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

Posted in *DNCB, 104 Street, Baird’s Sandpiper, Black-bellied Plover, Boundary Bay, Cedar Waxwing, Cooper's Hawk, Delta Heritage AirPark, Least Sandpiper, Long-billed Dowitcher, Northern Harrier, Orange-crowned Warbler, Peregrine Falcon, Ruddy Turnstone, Sanderling, Semi-palmated Sandpiper, Western Sandpiper | Leave a comment

DNCB Outing No. 2017-31 to Reifel Via Ferry Jetty and TFN Lands

Photos by Brian Avent (BA), Chris McVittie (CMcV), Jim Kneesch (JK), Pat Smart (PS), Maureen Sinilaid (MS), & Terry Carr (TC) More photos at our DNCB Flickr site With a balmy summer’s morning and a light breeze off the water, … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, Black Oystercatcher, Caspian Tern, Cedar Waxwing, Harlequin Duck, Long-billed Dowitcher, Merlin, Northern Harrier, Pelagic Cormorant, Pied-billed Grebe, Red-necked Phalarope, Reifel, Spotted Sandpiper, Stilt Sandpiper, TFN, Tsawwassen Ferry Port, Wilson’s Phalarope | Leave a comment

DNCB Outing No. 2017-03 to White Rock Pier and Blackie Spit

more photos at our DNCB Flickr site Only nine keeners weathered Tuesday’s rain, and enjoyed a surprisingly productive and fun morning at the White Rock pier and then Blackie Spit Park.  Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, Blackie Spit, Dunlin, Eurasian Wigeon, Harlequin Duck, Long-billed Dowitcher, Marbled Godwit, Pacific Loon, Pelagic Cormorant, Peregrine Falcon, Red-breasted Merganser, Red-necked Grebe, Red-throated Loon, Ruddy Duck, White Rock Pier | Leave a comment

DNCB Outing No. 2017-02 to Iona Regional Park

Photos by Terry Carr (TC), Brian Avent (BA), Pat Smart (PS), Liz Stewart (LS), Chris McVittie (CMcV), Maureen Sinilaid (MS), Roger Meyer (RM) more photos at our DNCB Flickr site Twelve DNCBers enjoyed a cool but dry, sunny and very … Continue reading

Posted in *DNCB, Bald Eagle, Dunlin, Iona, Long-billed Dowitcher, Mew Gull, Red-tailed Hawk, Ring-necked Duck, Sewage Lagoons, Tufted Duck, Virginia Rail, Wilson's Snipe | Leave a comment