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Birding in Delta

The Destination for Birdwatching

Located on the Pacific Flyway in the southwest corner of British Columbia, Delta is an important stop for millions of migrating birds, from 20 countries, each year.

Bordered by the mighty Fraser River to the north; Boundary Bay, Roberts Bank and the United States border to the south; the Salish Sea to the west; and the municipality of Surrey to the east, Delta hosts a variety of attractive birding habitats and is a premier destination for birds and birders alike.

Whether you're a birder, resident, visitor or tourist, we invite you to experience Delta, BC in this unique way!

Download the Birds in Delta brochure to learn about the species frequently found here.

Local Birding Hot Spots

George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary

Alasken National Wildlife Area (NWA)

Roberts Bank area and Brunswick Point

Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal

Point Roberts (Washington State)

Boundary Bay Regional Park

North 40 Park Reserve

Delta Nature Reserve

Deas Island Regional Park

Ladner Harbour Park and South Arm Wildlife Management Area


Download the Experience Birding in Delta map to learn more about these hot spots.


We wish to thank the Delta Naturalists Society and The City of Delta for their contributions to the creation of the two informative brochures linked on this page. 

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