Boundary Bay

BOUNDARY BAY, south of DELTA and west of SURREY, is bisected by the Canada–US border. Thousands of years ago it was the mouth of the FRASER R before silt deposits filled in the area between POINT ROBERTS and Delta and forced the river farther north. The low, marshy shoreline attracts many types of birds; the bay and its adjacent wetlands are a critically important stop along the PACIFIC FLYWAY of North America for hundreds of thousands of migrating waterfowl. The shallow water provides...

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