Guest Speaker: John Neville, BC ornithologist, Sun. March 15, 2015
John Neville, BC ornithologist well-known for his recordings of bird songs, and past-president of BC Nature will give an illustrated talk at CVN’s next lecture: Avian Carpenters : Canada’s Woodpeckers.
- Guest Speaker: John Neville, BC ornithologist, Sun. March 15, 2015
Category Archives: Birding
Despite the fog this morning we were able to get in an hour’s birding at the ferry terminal before the drizzle began in earnest. Six birders saw the following 35 species. The highlights being close looks at approximately 40 Long-tailed … Continue reading
Thursday Feb. 19th started off with drizzle ending by 10:00 leaving us with an overcast but calm day for a morning of birding at Ship’s Point. Nine birders saw the following 42 species. Highlights were having a good look at … Continue reading
Thirteen birders went to the Trent River Estuary and the Royston Wrecks for a very pleasant morning of birding. Most of us saw or heard 44 species some of the highlights being: Snow Goose, Cooper’s Hawk,Northern Harrier, and Red-winged Blackbirds … Continue reading
Thursday Jan. 22nd brought grey skies and drizzle. Twelve birders went to Oyster Bay and the Oyster River Estuary where we saw the following 29 species: Oyster Bay 26 species: Eurasian Wigeon American Wigeon Mallard Northern Pintail Green-winged Teal Surf … Continue reading