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Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. With the preceding few days of heavy rain and more forecast, we were expecting more of the same for our regular Tuesday outing. Fortunately, the five members showing up at … Continue reading
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
more photos at our DNCB Flickr site Check out photos on our DNCB Flickr site: go to http://www.flickr.com/groups/dncb, then click the magnifying glass icon in the “Photo Pool” row, and add 2017-06 to “DNCB Photos” in the Search box at … Continue reading
photos by Terry (TC), Glen (GB), Marion (MS), Pascale & Alberto (P&A) at DNCB Picasa site Seventeen DNCBers enjoyed another gorgeous Wednesday morning in Blaine, Washington, circling Drayton Harbour. Hi-lites included many Grebes and other Waterfowl in beautiful breeding plumage … Continue reading
Nineteen DNCBers met on the Salt Spring Ferry round 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday for our all-day Island Ferry “Birding” Outing. It was a glorious day and it was a wonderful Island Cruise, but we didn’t see a lot of different … Continue reading
Photos by Terry, Jonathan, Marion, Glen, Roger & Ken will be added soon! I persuaded/conned my naturalist friend Justin Peter with Worldwide Quest Nature Tours to write the DNCB report for our “local” outing on Wednesday morning to the Heronry … Continue reading
Photos by Marion, Jonathan, Terry, Roger & Ken Twenty-one participants (Anne M, Kirsten, Marion, Hans, Jonathan & Lorraine, Ken & Anne A, Kay, Al S, Donna, Lorna, Mike, Terry, Bryan & Janet, Roger, Gerhard, Sheila, Jackie and Tom) spent another … Continue reading