April 20, 2017
We took our usual walk at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
Beavers floated past us and the Canada Goose nest with its mate nearby as we walked along.
Double-crested Cormorants dived for fish.
A Coyote hybridized with a domestic dog, also known as a “Coydog” was seen on the opposite side of the slough.
The resident Bald Eagle watched the Great Blue Herons as they worked on their nests.
Mallards slept on logs.
We saw several American Robins.
The Ospreys were diligently working on their nest.
A Pileated Woodpecker was seen in the distance.
A mixed flock of Tree Swallows and Violet-green Swallows was seen.
Wood Ducks were seen in many areas.
Numerous male Common Yellowthroats sang along the way while one little female has arrived.
April 20 Cloudy/Showers 46F (7.7C)
We enjoyed chatting with Leona and Warner at the gate.
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