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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 were surprised by the relatively decent weather on our outing to Stanley Park last Tuesday morning. The forecasted rain held up and the photogs were happy with some magnificent shots they got in the Park and English Bay. … Continue reading
Twenty-eight DNCBers enjoyed a record warm (24˚C) Tuesday morning at Iona Regional Park. There were tonnes of birds around on this gorgeous walk, many in beautiful breeding plumage; check out some spectacular photos on our DNCB Flickr site. Hi-lite, less … Continue reading
It was another cool but gorgeous Tuesday morning when 18 DNCBers walked the dyke trail along De Boville Slough in Coquitlam, then drove somewhere in Maple Ridge to see the Northern Hawk Owl. Check out the photo evidence on our … Continue reading
With a weather report of a strong wind from Squamish producing a minus 13 degree wind chill, I was amazed to find Petra’s DNCB table crowded with 10 dedicated birders. It was mind-numbing just to picture us on the unprotected … Continue reading
Nineteen, actually 22, DNCBers enjoyed a two destination outing on another sunny Tuesday at Serpentine Fen in Surrey, and Mill Lake Park in Abbottsford. Lighting and weather was super for our photogs, check out the spectacular evidence on our DNCB … Continue reading
Fourteen brave souls endured a surprisingly dry and very birdy Tuesday morning along the Tsawwassen Ferry causeway and then at our “Mecca”, Reifel Bird Sanctuary. Check out/click on the photo evidence of some rare and gorgeous sightings on our DNCB … Continue reading