June 9, 2017
We always enjoy our walks at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
Red-winged Blackbirds voices can be heard along the way.
Eurasian Collared-Doves are an introduced species. They used to be a novelty in our area but now they are often seen.
One of the resident Bald Eagles was perched near its nest while the nestling waited patiently for its next meal delivery.
The Great Blue Herons at the Heronry were very active.
A male Pileated Woodpecker put in an appearance.
Nearby, a Cottontail Rabbit has taken up living near the water under the Heronry. It seems to have everything it could want there.
American Robins were seen in a few areas.
Cedar Waxwings were seen in many areas.
A fledgling Song Sparrow waited for food from adults on a dead tree above the water.
Common Yellowthroats were gathering insects for their young.
While walking along the Lickman Road Dike we enjoyed seeing Lazuli Buntings.
A little Kestrel hovered over a possible meal in the field nearby.
June 09 Cloudy/Rain 51F (10.5C)
We enjoyed seeing Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogie, Casey with Ula, Frank, Jill and Rachel with Manny, Karen, Janet and Hazel doing a bird count for the Great Blue Heron Nature Society, Tracey with Doug and Whitey, as well as Penny on the trails.
We are not authorities on birds, wildlife, plants, cameras or photography, if you are doing research on any subjects, please refer to a more educational site for advice and double-check whatever you research.
Back To Top