WEDNESDAYS from APR 3, 2019
Wed Jun 26 Campbell Valley Park. Leave Petra’s at 7:30 am, meet 8:15 am at the 16th Ave parking lot.
Wed July 3 Leave Petra’s at 7:30, meet on Tsawwassen Ferry Causeway at 7:45; meet at TFN boardwalk at 8:45; Reifel Bird Sanctuary about 10:30.
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Sat. Jun 22 DNS Garden Party 5 – 8 pm @ Carol & Paul’s home
Sun Sep 8: Day at the Farm Westham Island Herb Farm 10:00-4:00
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Twenty-three DNCBers enjoyed another gorgeous Wednesday morning at UBC’s Botanical Gardens in Vancouver. Check out the spectacular photos of the flowers, blossoms, people, and birds on our DNCB Flickr site. Photogs are Terry, Chris, Jim and newbie Kathryn, with hopefully … Continue reading
Seventeen DNCBers had a glorious morning in UBC’s Botanical Garden, then a short walk in Peter Ward’s “Aussie” section of Pacific Spirit Regional Park, then visiting the Winter home in Vancouver of the rare (here) “deformed” Summer Tanager. Check out … Continue reading
More photos at our DNCB Flickr site For a record 29 of 31 days in March, it rained, including on our Tuesday outing to UBC Botanical Garden. Very few birds, but some gorgeous flowers seen by surprisingly, eleven dedicated DNCBers. … Continue reading
Twenty-four DNCBers (named at end) enjoyed a gorgeous, uncharacteristically sunny, Tuesday morning wandering around UBC’s Botanical Garden. The outing was organized and led by Debbi Hlady, a Delta Nat and an FOG (Friend of the Garden). We saw lots of … Continue reading
See full set of photos by Terry (TC), Marion (MS), Ken (KB) & Pascale & Alberto (P&A) at DNCB Picasa site A brilliant, sunny but cool day saw 9 members meet at Petra’s to carpool to UBC, Old Marine Drive … Continue reading
Eleven participants (Roger, Lorna, scope bearers Ron & John, Kay, wet camera-less photog Rick & Marg, newbie Lorraine N, Hans, our humble guide Bev and me) enjoyed a wet morning wandering around the diverse habitats of the University of British … Continue reading