November 3rd & 4th 2017
We enjoyed our usual walks at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
The nearby mountains were snow covered while the shorelines of the lagoons were also lightly snow covered.
Brown Creepers were seen marching up tree trunks near the East Bird Blind.
Mallards and an American Coot were seen at the East Bird Blind.
Buffleheads were also seen at the East Bird Blind.
Pied-billed Grebes were seen at the East Bird Blind. One young one popped up under two adults sending them off in different directions.
Wood Ducks paddled past the East Bird Blind.
A Cooper’s Hawk was checking out the bird feeders at the Rotary Interpretive Centre.
House Finches were seen nearby.
Hooded Mergansers were seen in the Lagoons.
Steller’s Jays were seen in the Salwein Creek area.
A male Belted Kingfisher was seen from the Salwein Creek bridge.
A flock of Lesser Scaup were seen on the North Lagoon.
A Varied Thrush was seen through leaves in the forest.
American Wigeon were seen in many places.
Spotted Towhees posed on snow covered blackberries.
November 03 Cloudy 30F (-1.1C) Wind Chill 26F (-2.2C) Afternoon 37.7F (3.1C)
November 04 Cloudy/Snow 30F (-1.1C) Wind Chill 26F (-2.2C) Afternoon 32.7F (.38C)
We enjoyed seeing Diane greeting a school group going on a tour of the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve, Charlie with Jack, Shirley and Bob, as well as John L. on the trails.
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