I had no idea bird watching could be this much fun when we started!
Birding you say. What’s that all about? – fresh air, walks, bird and plant identification, friendship and learning how to make city areas welcoming and food abundant for our feathered friends.
In 2016 the Stoney Creek Environment Committee had 24 people participate in our monthly bird surveys and identified 33 species along Burnaby’s Stoney Creek. We also took our birding skills to the Brunette River, Deer Lake and Colony Farm where we encountered beavers, bats and a heron colony.
Check our list below to see what you may spot when exploring the Stoney Creek corridor and then grab those binoculars and hit the trail!
Birds of Stoney Creek – 2016
Black-throated Gray Warbler
Golden Crowned Kinglets