Guest Speaker: Kees Visser, BC Nature President: “Geology, Rocks and Times, an Education” Sun, Nov 15th, 2015.
Comox Valley Nature would like to introduce Kees Visser, who has a Ph.D in Geology through the Universaity of Amsterdam, and amongst much experience in the field, has worked for Petro- Canada as a Development and Exploration Geologist in Alberta, … Continue reading →
- Guest Speaker: Kees Visser, BC Nature President: “Geology, Rocks and Times, an Education” Sun, Nov 15th, 2015.
Category Archives: Birding
This morning turned out to be a beautiful morning….clear, calm, sunny. Ten birders saw the following 43 species: Mallard Harlequin Duck Surf Scoter White-winged Scoter Long-tailed Duck Common Goldeneye Hooded Merganser Red-breasted Merganser Pacific Loon Common Loon Horned Grebe Red-necked … Continue reading
Thursday November 19th was a cold but sunny morning at the Air Park. Twelve birders saw the following 36 species, the highlights being a flock of 40 Red Crossbills and an immature Cooper’s Hawk. Trumpeter Swan Eurasian Wigeon American Wigeon … Continue reading
This Thursday November 5th thirteen birders went to Oyster Bay and the mouth of the Oyster River where we found 38 species. The morning was cool and sunny but warmed up later. We enjoyed large numbers of the regular winter … Continue reading