WEDNESDAYS from APR 3, 2019
Wed Jun 26 Campbell Valley Park. Leave Petra’s at 7:30 am, meet 8:15 am at the 16th Ave parking lot.
Wed July 3 Leave Petra’s at 7:30, meet on Tsawwassen Ferry Causeway at 7:45; meet at TFN boardwalk at 8:45; Reifel Bird Sanctuary about 10:30.
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Sun Sep 8: Day at the Farm Westham Island Herb Farm 10:00-4:00
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About 25 DNCBers enjoyed another beautiful, and productive, Wednesday morning at Iona Regional Park. Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. Some left Petra’s at 7:30 am and met me and others at 8:15 am at the … 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
See more photos at DNCB Flickr site At 7:00 AM this morning in Ladner there was monsoon rain and the prospects for birding looked pretty dim. However the Petra’s group of four, Mike, Val, Terry and Glen, felt that it … Continue reading
See photos at DNCB Flickr site Twenty-seven DNCBers (names listed at the end of this Report) enjoyed a beautiful, sunny autumn morning at Iona Regional Park. The air was crisp and clear, the mountains were spectacular, and the tide was … Continue reading
Twenty-three (wow) DNCBers enjoyed a walk on the mud and the path at the 104th St. entrance to the Boundary Bay dike path. Lots of migrants in the Bay and we had some good sightings on a cloudy but comfortable … Continue reading
Ten DNCBers spent a very enjoyable, but frustrating Wednesday morning at Iona Regional Park and the adjacent sewage ponds. We saw lots of neat species, but we had a frustrating time trying to identify the different warblers, sandpipers, flycatchers and … Continue reading