Birds on the Bay

Birds on the Bay is an annual celebration focused on raising public awareness and knowledge of Boundary Bay’s international designation as an Important Bird Area. This program identifies, protects and monitors a network of vital habitats for the conservation of bird populations and biodiversity around the world.
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Mud Bay Birding
Date of Event: Saturday, January 20, 2007
Time of Event: 9am-11am
Brief description of event: Join Naturalist Lynn Pollard and discover the birds that make Mud Bay Park home. This amazing park features tidal marshes & eelgrass beds. Perfect for the beginner to intermediate birder.
Meet: Mud Bay Park parking lot. From 152 St., turn west on Colebrook Rd.. Turn south on 127A St., then turn left (east) onto the park access road after the railway tracks. Meet in the parking lot at the end of the road.
Info: 604-501-5158
Free – registration not required unless with a group.
Organization: Birds on the Bay
Website: http://www.birdsonthebay.ca
Email: information@birdsonthebay.ca
Birding in Mandarin and English
Date of Event: Sunday January 28, 2007
Time of Event: 10am-12pm
Brief description of event: Explore a bit of Boundary Bay Dyke with Jo Ann MacKenzie & Hank Tseng. Learn why so many birds make this special place home!
Host: International Taiwan Birding Association (Canada)
Meet: The foot of 104th St., Delta, BC
Info: (English) 604-538-1676; (Mandarin) 604-339-7609
Free!
Alien Invasion
Date of Event: Monday January 29, 2007
Time of Event: 12-12:45pm
Brief description of event: Spartina

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