Mud Bay Park
Mud Bay Park offers a scenic walk and a chance to see shorebirds and waterfowl in Canada's most valued Important Bird Area: Boundary Bay. The nature trail is nearly 3 kilometres long and takes about 1.5 hours to walk. Please note that from fall to early spring dogs, bikes, and horses are not permitted on the shoreline trails.
Mud Bay Park Features
The park's most spectacular feature is its view of Boundary Bay, which transforms drastically at different times of day. At high tide, seals and loons can be seen in the waves. At low tide, the table is set for a shorebird's favourite feast when mudflats and eelgrass meadows are exposed to the air. Each year, hundreds of thousands of birds flock here for the great food and great company - some of them may even be heading to or from South America!
Since it's opening in 2002, Mud Bay Park has been a destination for wildlife to rest and refuel and for people to view them in a way that's safe for all.
Make a day out of your visit to Mud Bay Park and explore further! Continue along the Dyke Trail to follow 20 kilometres of shoreline all the way to Boundary Bay Regional Park in Delta.
— Jlynn (@cinnamon_runner) November 2, 2016
Photo Gallery Credit: Scarlet Black