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March, 2018


March 1, 2018

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

Double-crested Cormorants spend the winter in our area and can usually be found drying their feathers while standing on logs.

Click below to see a video of Double-crested Cormorants.


Buffleheads are another winter resident.

The resident Bald Eagles keep a close eye on their nest all year long.

Fox Sparrows are often seen at this time of year.

Gadwalls are seen occasionally.

Common Goldeneyes are another duck sometimes seen at this time of year.

The Great Blue Herons are nesting at the Heronry now. There is a lot of activity and noise surrounding their daily routines.

House Finches are often seen near the Rotary Interpretive Centre feeders.

American Robins were seen near the parking lot.

Song Sparrows were seen and heard in many locations.

Wood Ducks were seen in many areas.

Weather
March 01 Cloudy 37F (2.7C) Afternoon 52F (11.1C)

We enjoyed chatting with Ilya monitoring the Great Blue Heron Colony to ensure they were not disturbed during work being done on the Main Road, Denise with Summer, Alyson with Chesney, Charlie with Jack, Frank, Jenny and Bill, Christa, Mary and Martin as well as Sandra on the trails.

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