January 3, 2018
We enjoyed our usual walk at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
We are in a deep freeze, the ice has not melted from the branches of trees and shrubs.
Little Black-capped Chickadees perched on icy branches.
Spotted Towhees are always a bright moment during our walk.
Steller’s Jays were seen in the forests where the branches were clear of ice.
A large flock of Brewer’s Blackbirds found some food at the feeders which the volunteers at the Rotary Interpretive Centre keep filled.
Double-crested Cormorants were seen as usual.
Trumpeter Swans were seen on the lagoons.
Click below to see a video of Trumpeter Swans.
At the Rotary Trail along the Vedder River, several Great Blue Herons were seen looking forlorn on branches covered in ice with a layer of snow over top.
January 03 Clear 32F (0C) Wind Chill 25F (-3.8C) Afternoon 38.9F (3.8C)
We enjoyed talking to Alyson with Chesney, as well as Louise P. on the trails.
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