Wed. May 23 Minnekhada Regional Park & Blakeburn Lagoons (2900 Elbow Place, Port Coquitlam); leave Petra’s at 7:30am; meet at Minnekhada Lodge parking lot about 8:30am.
Wed. May 30 Semiahmoo Fish & Game Club+Redwood Park, Surrey; leave Petra’s at 7:30am; SFGC 8:15-10:15, Redwood 10:30-11:30, Roadhouse Grille 12:00
Wed. Jun 6 Colony Farm; leave Petra’s at 7:30am; Cokony Darm at ??
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Photos on this page by Brian Avent (BA), Pat Smart (PS) and Terry Carr (TC) More photos by these photographers at our DNCB Flickr site Spring is in the Air. Fifteen DNCBers enjoyed a brisk but colourful Tuesday morning outing … Continue reading
Tom is in Ontario – here is his abbreviated account of the Iona Outing More photos at our DNCB Flickr site Big group, 20 in total. The participants on this morning’s outing were: Art, Glen, Jim K, Ladner Jack, Van … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site Finally, a sunny Tuesday! Twenty DNCBers enjoyed a beautiful clear and cool day at various spots around Drayton Harbour and Semiahmoo Bay in Blaine, Washington. Plus, we had a lot of really neat … 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 Terry and Roger organized a gem of an outing on Tuesday to Deception Pass and Whidbey Island in Washington State. We had 21 participants under gorgeous sunshine spending an awesome day of birding … Continue reading
It was another wet and rainy Tuesday morning with only six DNCBers braving the “normal” BC elements at Brunswick Point… We estimated 60,000 shorebirds (wish we could ID the different species) were feeding at Roberts Bank this morning, along with the thousands of ducks, mostly Green-winged Teal, Northern Pintail, American Wigeon and Mallards. About 20 Trumpeter Swans were along the distant shoreline too. Continue reading