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TUE Feb 18 Blaine, USA; leave Petra’s at 7:30am; meet at Blaine Marine Park at 8:15. (Cross the border at Peace Arch; take the Blaine exit; turn right at the traffic circle; cross the railway tracks and park on Marine Drive).
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Tues. February 11, 7:30 at Benediction Lutheran Church, featuring guest Speaker Alan Stewart presenting “Canoeing and birding in Saskatchewan“.
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Fifteen DNCBers enjoyed a typically wet Tuesday morning, with some brilliant sightings at Iona Regional Park in Richmond. You too can enjoy some of our Photogs beaut shots on our DNCB Flickr site. Leaving Petra’s at 7:30 am, with the … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site Next week’s Outing is to Serpentine Fen in Surrey. Leave Petra’s at 7:30 am, meet at 44th Ave Parking lot (behind Art Knapp’s) around 8 am. Tom is in Cuba… Directions for Tuesday’s Outing … Continue reading
more photos by Jim (JK), Glen (GB), Pat (PS) on the DNCB Picasa site. Almost 30 folk (see 29 names at end) enjoyed a dry but windy quarterly Birds on the Bay outing in Boundary Bay Regional Park (BBRP) yesterday … Continue reading
Twenty-five DNCBers enjoyed a very mild (~14 degrees) and pleasantly dry Tuesday morning wandering around the rejuvenated Terra Nova Park (TNP) in Richmond. Lots of neat bird sightings including a rarely seen Common Teal. Check out the photo evidence on … Continue reading
Seventeen folk (Don & Rochelle, Ken & Anne, Jonathan & Lorraine, Paul and home-schooled Quinn, Roger & Anne M, Mike & Lorna, Leona & Sheila, Jackie & Jennifer and me) enjoyed a very comfortable quarterly Birds on the Bay outing in … Continue reading
Jim, Hans-Ulf, Lorna and I spent a lovely Monday morning at Reifel Bird Sanctuary. This was an “unscheduled” outing as we have our Birds on the Bay event this Wednesday. Reifel is always a good outing but in February it … Continue reading