March 3, 2018
We enjoyed our usual walk at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
A Double-crested Cormorant was seen near the Heronry.
Common Mergansers were seen in a few locations.
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Gadwalls and a Common Goldeneye were also seen near the Heronry.
A male Hooded Merganser was also seen.
A flock of Northern Pintails flew overhead.
Ring-necked Ducks are usually seen.
A few American Wigeon were seen on the lagoons.
Wood Ducks were seen along the way.
Great Blue Herons were off their nests at the Heronry. We found them in the marshy areas.
The nearby mountains had a new snow fall.
The resident Bald Eagles were keeping an “Eagle eye” on everything.
A female Hairy Woodpecker was seen on a tree trunk.
Northern Flickers were doing territorial displays for each other.
An American Robin sang on a rock.
House Finches were seen near the Rotary Interpretive Centre feeders.
A few Red-winged Blackbirds have been seen today.
Song Sparrows were seen in many locations.
A few Spotted Towhees were seen as well.
A Peregrine Falcon flew past.
March 03 Cloudy 34F (1.1C) Afternoon 50F (10C)
We enjoyed chatting with Denise and Lee with Summer, Frank, Sandra with Shadow, Jasmine and Elsa, Kathy with Tula, Jenny and Bill as well as Dave on the trails and Dick at the Rotary Interpretive Centre Gift Shop.
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