The Best Places To See in Delta

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5191 Robertson Road, Delta, BC V4K 3N2

Since 1963

Bird Sanctuary, Waterfowl, Wetland, Wildlife Conservation, Gift Shop, Walking Trails, Bird Blinds, Lookouts, Tourist Attraction, School Programs, Birding Programs, Guided Tour, Interpretive Programs, Collection, Family Groups, Birding and Sight-Seeing Groups, Photographers, Sandhill Cranes, Bald Eagles, Mallards & Spotted Towhees Nesting Sites

The Sanctuary hosts over 70,000 visitors annually - It consists of nearly 300 hectares (850 acres) of managed wetlands, natural marshes and low dykes in the heart of the Fraser River Estuary

Price: Adults $5, Seniors (60+) $3 & Children (2-14) $3

Mon - Sun 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

There are lots of birds, though mainly waterfowl such as Mallards, Northern Pintails, American Widgeon and even Northern Shovelers. There are a 2 pairs of resident Sandhill Cranes as well. There are also a ton of Redwinged Blackbirds. Owls can be seen from time to time (great horned and sawwhet), but I have yet to see them. Harrier and Red-tail Hawks can be seen usually flying around the marsh flats in the south. Bald Eagles fly over head from time to time too. It's a great place to go.

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4858 Delta Street, Delta, BC V4K 2T8

Since 1961

Museum, Historical Society, Collections, Programs, Tours, Seasonal Special Events, Preservation, Research, Exhibitions, Outreach and Collaboration, Reading Room, Community Programs, Cultural & Natural Heritage Places

More than 35,000 items in its care and the professional expertise of staff has kept pace with the standards expected of modern museum and archives operations

Mon - Fri 9:30 am - 4:30 pm Sat & Sun Closed

For a small Village like Ladner, this Museum has a lot to offer. There is a lot of Ladner's history in this quaint building. I believe entrance is by donation. If you want to know about Ladner's history, this is a nice place to visit. I love the entrance with it's large Totem Pole. Cute little bench outside to rest on and talk about what you've seen in the Museum.

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