August, 2013

August 1, 2013

We enjoyed our daily walk at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve this morning.

A Coyote was seen in a farm field nearby.

A Northwestern Crow posed near the edge of the trail. They are smaller than the American Crow and are found in a small area near the Pacific coast of North American.

As we were wandering along, we discovered a Willow Flycatcher nest quite a distance down a bank. It was slightly exposed but equally protected because it was in the middle of a large mound of Blackberries. Their thorns would deter most predators from getting too close.

Great Blue Herons were easily found along the way, most of them were young fledglings out in the world for the first time. The juvenile Great Blue Heron has a blue cap and the adult sports a white cap.

Ospreys were seen near their nesting tree.

A Peregrine Falcon was seen in the distance.

Several Vireos were seen migrating through the area.

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