September, 2017

September 24th to 30th 2017

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

Click below to see a short video of Beaver, Muskrat and Wood Ducks.

Lincoln’s Sparrows were seen in many areas.

A Beaver was seen one dark morning.

The resident Bald Eagles were seen.

Large flocks of Mallards were seen, as well as Green-winged Teal, the Swedish Duck and American Wigeon.

A flock of Canada Geese was seen.

House Finches were seen in larger numbers than usual.

A female Belted Kingfisher was seen on a snag.

A Great Blue Heron was seen in the marshy area near the Osprey nest.

Golden-crowned Sparrows and White-crowned Sparrows were seen.

Song Sparrows were seen.

Red-winged Blackbirds were seen in large flocks along the way.

We took a walk along the Salwein Creek where we found a Peregrine Falcon.

Large flocks of Wood Ducks were seen as usual.

September 24 Cloudy 51F (10.5C) Afternoon 70F (21.1C)
September 25 Rain 55F (12.7C) Afternoon 66.4F (19.1C)
September 26 Clear 55F (12.7C) Afternoon 74F (23.3C)
September 27 Clear 52F (11.1C) Afternoon 80F (26.6C)
September 28 Clear 56F (13.3C) Afternoon 83F (28.3C)
September 29 Heavy Rain 55F (12.7C) Afternoon 69F (20.5C)
September 30 Cloudy 52F (11.1C) Afternoon 61F (16.1C)

We enjoyed seeing Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogie, Jill and Scott with Manny, Kathy with Tula, Alyson and Randy with Chesney, Kathy C., Leona and Warner, Caroline with Molly and Mocha, Tanya and Rick, Mary and Eileen, Liz, Anna and Chase with Boomer and Hayley, Michelle and John with Lacy, Mary and Wilma, Bill S., Kurt with Virgil, Corrie and Frank, Doug from Greendale Herb & Vine, Linda with Cello, as well as Rick S. on the trails. We also stopped in to the Rotary Interpretive Centre Gift Shop for a nice visit with Valerie and Marilyn.

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