Boundary Bay Topo Map

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Boundary Bay has gone to the birds—snowy owls, hawks, plovers, and trumpeter swans to name a few. This is one of the Vancouver area’s most important habitats for migratory birds, and 1.5 million birds make a journey to the wide, sandy bay just north of the 49th parallel each year. A flat, gravel trail takes you on an easy shoreline hike and past protected areas before looping back to Centennial Beach. Boundary Bay is a 16-kilometer (10-mile) sweeping curve, just north of the 49th parallel north. While you’d expect huge Centennial Beach to be packed Bin summer and near desolate in winter, that’s not quite so. When it’s not beach season at Bounday Bay, it’s birding season. About 1.5 million birds, coming from a collection of 20 countries, feed in the bay’s tidal flats, wetlands, and grasslands each year. The park is fairly small with a varied mix of habitats.

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