Search for migratory birds including the spectacular Lazuli Buntings on a 2-hour guided birding walk. Bring binoculars if possible. Meet in front of the Community Gardens at the end of Colony Farm Rd, Coquitlam. Presented by the Colony Farm Park Association.
This half-day trip is organized by Nature Vancouver, but BMN members are welcome to join in. They will be birding at Grant Narrows along the Pitt River Dyke from Grant Narrows to Catbird Slough. The grass may be long and in morning, usually wet. Appropriate footwear is advised. Expected species are American Redstart, Bullock’s Oriole, Eastern Kingbird, Gray Catbird, and Band-tailed Pigeon. When birding in the Polder in June expect the unexpected. Meet the leader at 08:15 in the Grant Narrows’ parking lot (where the boat launch is located). Carpools will be arranged from there to the starting point at Catbird Slough.