April 26th & 27th 2017
We took our usual walks at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
A Beaver was enjoying chewing the bark off a small branch when one of its young came along to see what it was doing.
Red-winged Blackbirds are usually seen at this time of year.
A little Bush Tit was seen in the distance, not far from its nest.
Male and female Common Mergansers were seen in the slough.
A couple of Brown-headed Cowbirds displayed to each other.
An American Goldfinch stopped to look at us before going to its nest.
A female Rufous Hummingbird was seen taking a break from sitting on its nest.
An American Kestrel was seen on the wires near Sinclair Road.
Five American Pipits were seen bathing in a puddle in the farm field.
A Ruby-crowned Kinglet was seen nearby.
Cottontail Rabbits are being seen more often.
American Robins are seen most every day.
A Northern Rough-winged Swallow stopped on a branch to preen.
Wood Ducks were seen as usual.
Great Blue Herons were busy at the Heronry.
April 26 Cloudy 47F (8.3C)
April 27 Rain 44F (6.6C)
We enjoyed talking to Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogie, Kathy with Tula, Elan with Lady. Leona, as well as Allison with Chesney on the trails.
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