Wed Sept 27 – Squamish Estuary – leave Ladner Bus Exchange at 6:30am; meet at Howe Sound Brewing at 37801 Cleveland Ave in Squamish between 8&9.
From Oct. 3, DNCB Outings change to TUESDAYS
TUE Oct 3 – Derby Reach Regional Park & Brae Island Regional Park, Langley. Leave Petras at 730 and arrive about 830 at the Heritage Area Parking Lot of Derby Reach Park on Allard Crescent.
Sat. Sep 9 Day at the Farm, Westham Island 10-4
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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
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
Report A: Iona Regional Park Only four of us, Roger, Mike, Chris and I, went to Iona Regional Park last Wednesday while several others (Kirsten, Marion & Jean, plus Pat & Maureen, Manli & Liz) spent the day at Manning … Continue reading
We had another gorgeous Wednesday morning as almost 30 folk (actually 26), including several Newbies, left Cammidge House (CH) at 9:00 a.m. on our quarterly Birds on the Bay (BOTB) outing in Boundary Bay Regional Park. Lots of hi-lites including … Continue reading
Twenty-four DNCBers enjoyed another glorious Delta Wednesday morning at Reifel Bird Sanctuary. Hi-lites included: seeing our target bird Stilt Sandpipers and lots of inane chatter among an eclectic group of like-minded weirdoes. Check out Ken’s, Tony’s and others’ photos (soon) … Continue reading
Photos by Jonathan, Terry, Glen, Liz, Marion & Ken on DNCB Picasa site More than 20 “almost birders” enjoyed another gorgeous Delta morning wandering along the dike path at Brunswick Point. The Shorebirds are arriving here in big numbers for … Continue reading