BC Rare Bird Alert: RBA: CURLEW SANDPIPER in Delta


At 1:30 pm on Sept 2-2022, Melissa Hafting discovered an adolescent Curlew Sandpiper at Border Bay.

The bird was midway in between 104-112th St. feeding in the algae with Baird’s Sandpipers near the dyke.

Map to place RIGHT HERE

This is the 17th document for BC.

The bird was last seen at 5:45 pm on Sept second and also was checked out by numerous viewers prior to being purged by a Peregrine Falcon. It was last seen flying in the direction of 112th St. where it was not moved.

The bird was not discovered on Sept 3.

At 2:35 pm on Sept fourth, the bird was moved by Melissa Hafting RIGHT HERE and also was additionally seen RIGHT HERE in between 104-112th St.

The bird was last seen in the exact same place at 5:45 pm on Sept fourth and also was checked out by numerous viewers.

The bird advances Sept sixth in the exact same basic place as previous records (in between 104-112th St) and also has actually been checked out by numerous viewers.

Curlew Sandpiper in Delta – Photos: Dave Beeke

Curlew Sandpiper in Delta – Picture: Melissa Hafting

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