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April, 2017


April 29, 2017

We enjoyed our daily walk at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.

A Beaver was pushing a small log along in the water.

A female Bufflehead was seen along the way.

Common Mergansers are seen every day at the moment.

One of the resident Bald Eagles was scratching its chin while resting on its favourite perch near the Heronry.

The Canada Goose stood up to rearrange her eggs letting us see them before she settled back down.

There are new chicks in the Heronry, they are not very big but they are very noisy and can be heard continuously chanting away to their parents. A few Great Blue Herons were hunting for food in the farm field while others were seen in the trees and on the shore nearby.

A female American Kestrel was seen in the distance.

Mallards are always seen at this time of year.

Wood Ducks are usually seen.

American Robins were seen in several spots, one had nesting material.

The Ospreys are still working on their nest.

Weather
April 29 Cloudy 44F (6.6C)

We enjoyed seeing Terry with Bogie, Charlie with Jack, Casey with Ula, Brenda with Finnegan, Denise with Summer, as well as Frank on the trails.

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