Uplands Park is attracting birders from all over to see a pine bunting.. never before seen in this part of the world.
CBC News article:
‘A really, really significant sighting’: Vancouver Island birdwatchers aflutter over unusual arrival
Read full article at: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/a-really-really-significant-sighting-vancouver-island-birdwatchers-aflutter-over-unusual-arrival-1.4869346
The bird, which is native to temperate regions across Asia, was spotted in Uplands Park in Oak Bay in the Greater Victoria area. It’s thought to be the first sighting in B.C.
Photo Credit: The bird was first found on the grass at the south end of Uplands Park along Beach Drive (where Beach Drive bisects Uplands Park). (Maury Swoveland/BC Rare Bird Alert)
Thanks to all the volunteers who came out to The Great Rip Off in Uplands Park on October 14th, 2018. Another beautiful day in the Park and more great mounds of ivy collected. Photos by Ron Carter [first two] and Wylie Thomas [next 6].
Thanks to all the volunteers who came out to The Great Rip Off in Uplands Park on October 13th, 2018. Such a beautiful day to be in the Park and great mounds of ivy were collected. For those who missed all the fun today, it is all happening again, Sunday, Oct 14th, from 1-4pm. Meet at grassy entrance to Cattle Point on Beach Drive. Tools and gloves and snacks. Family friendly. Hoping some Oak Bay Council Candidates show up too. Photos by Kathleen Matthews.
Seminar: Healthy Trees, Healthy Communities. Wednesday, October 24th, 2018. 7pm. Windsor Pavilion. [Oak Bay – Windsor Park] Everyone Welcome. See poster for details and program. PDF of Poster. healthy_trees_healthy_communities_2018.