June 26, 2017
We enjoyed our walk at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
Common Yellowthroats were busy feeding their fledglings.
Cedar Waxwings were seen in a few areas.
Eastern Kingbirds were seen as well.
A few fledgling Tree Swallows were seen on open branches waiting for adults to feed them.
A Willow Flycatcher caught a moth and later called as it normally does.
A Beaver floated past us.
Dozens of Great Blue Heron chicks have fledged. Altercations often erupt over something or other between the young Great Blue Herons, while there are still a few staying in the nests.
Click below to the Great Blue Herons.
June 26 Clear 61F (16.1C)
Afternoon 85F (29.4C)
We enjoyed talking to Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogie, Audrey, Michelle with Lacy, Jenny and Bill on the trails.
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