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TUE Jan 21 Iona Regional Park; leave Petra’s at 7:30am; meet at washrooms ~8:15
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ploFourteen DNCBers enjoyed a beautiful sunny and clear Tuesday visiting several parks on Whidbey Island in Washington State, plus a magnificent ferry ride. There are already some spectacular shots on our DNCB Flickr site (more to come). Some left Petra’s … Continue reading
Twenty-one DNCBers finally enjoyed a sunny day in Delta and had a very productive outing, first to the Tsawwassen Ferry terminal, then our “Mecca” Reifel Bird Sanctuary. Check out the photo evidence of our bird, mushroom, plant and people sightings … Continue reading
Twenty-four DNCBers wandered around Jericho Beach Park in Vancouver on an overcast, but dry Tuesday morning. We had a few neat sightings, lots of post-Thanksgiving chats, and a delightful lunch. Check out the photo evidence on our DNCB Flickr site. … Continue reading
Thirty-two DNCBers joined part or all of our Tuesday morning outing to the White Rock pier then Blackie Spit Park in South Surrey. We saw lots of neat stuff, including rarities, and you can see the incredible photo evidence on … Continue reading
Twenty-five DNCBers enjoyed a beautiful Wednesday morning of birding at several locations in Pt. Roberts, USA. We saw lots of species, several neat and entertaining, at Lighthouse Marine Park, the Marina and Sea Bright Homes complex; check out the massive … Continue reading
Twenty plus DNCBers enjoyed a spectacular outing to, from and on Sidney Island, the Gulf Islands National Park. We had some superb sightings, including rare species, on a gorgeous Wednesday in BC. Check out the pictorial evidence on our DNCB … Continue reading
Seventeen DNCBers enjoyed a warm, sunny Wednesday morning wandering the trails of Maplewood Flats Conservation Area in North Vancouver. We saw some neat species, met some neat folk, and had an enjoyable pub lunch. Check out the photo evidence on … Continue reading