March, 2019

March 27, 2019
Sardis Park

We enjoyed a walk at Sardis Park this morning.

The Leucistic Northwestern Crow and its normal mate were gathering nesting material. They are a great example of how working together can get the job done.

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Mallards were seen as usual.

A few Turtles were seen on logs.

American Wigeons were seen on the shore.

A Yellow-rumped Warbler was seen near the entrance.

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