May 1, 2019
We enjoyed our usual walk at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
One of the Heronry resident Bald Eagle was at its nest.
The Great Blue Herons were very active at the Heronry.
A Beaver paddled past a Great Blue Heron to the opposite shore.
Several River Otters were seen in the slough.
Common Mergansers were seen in the slough.
A flock of tiny Sandpipers were seen in the farm field.
Brown-headed Cowbirds performed for each other.
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Song Sparrows were seen in a few locations.
Wood Ducks were also in the slough.
A few American Robins were seen.
A Cottontail Rabbit was one of many seen.
A Ruby-crowned Kinglet was also seen.
Male Common Yellowthroats sang as we wandered the trails.
When we were leaving, we watched a couple of Northern Flickers near the entrance gate.
May 01 Cloudy 43F (06C) Afternoon 69F ( 21C)
It was nice to see Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogie, Melinda with Bosley, during our walk.
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