Mud Bay Park offers a beautiful walk and an opportunity to see shorebirds and waterfowl in Canada's most esteemed Important Bird Area: Boundary Bay. The nature trail is almost 3 kilometers in length and takes about 1.5 hours to walk. If it's not too much trouble note that the shoreline trails are shut to mutts, bicycles, and ponies from October 15 to April 15 to limit effects to touchy shorebird living space.
The park's most dynamite highlight is its perspective on Boundary Bay, which changes definitely at various occasions of day. At elevated tide, seals and crackpots can be found in the waves. At low tide, the table is set for a shorebird's preferred banquet when mudflats and eelgrass knolls are presented to the air. Every year, a huge number of winged animals rush here for the incredible nourishment and extraordinary organization - some of them may even be making a beeline for or from South America.
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