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October, 2018


October 23rd to 25th 2018

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

Click below to see video of a large flock of Cackling Geese.

The North Lagoon and East Bird Blind were pretty with colourful trees.

The resident Bald Eagles were adding to their nests, while a juvenile Bald Eagle was seen nearby.

Pied-billed Grebes were seen every day.

Great Blue Herons were seen every day.

Song Sparrows were seen every day.

Spider Webs stood out in the mornings because of the dew on them.

It was extremely foggy on the 24th, we could barely see the Rotary Interpretive Centre from the Main Bridge.

We were dismayed to try for photos of Lincoln’s Sparrows in the fog.

A Swamp Sparrow was also difficult to photograph in the fog.

A Canada Goose was one of many floating on the slough in the fog.

Wood Ducks and Mallards were seen in the fog and the other days as well.

Click below to see video of Wood Ducks.


Weather
October 23 Clear 47F (08C) Afternoon 58F (14C)
October 24 Foggy 45F (07C) Afternoon 63F (17C)
October 25 Rain 51F (11C) Afternoon 63F (17C)

We enjoyed seeing Terry with Bogie, Dawn with Finnegan, Charlie with Jack, Christa, Mary and Wilma, Alyson with Chesney, Jenny and Bill, Kara and Sydney with Toffee, Mick with Roscoe, the talented artist John LeFlock getting ready for his art students at the Discovery Annex getting ready to teach an art class in the Discovery Annex, Warner, Kara with Toffee, Elan with Lady, Mick with Roscoe, Denise with Summer, Liz and Gordon with Boomer, Christa, Twyla with Gunner on the trails. We stopped in at the Rotary Interpretive Centre Gift Shop for a nice visit with Valerie and Barb.

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