June 4, 2019
We enjoyed our usual walk at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
Red-winged Blackbirds were feeding fledglings.
A Beaver had a snack before getting onto the shore to groom before going to its lodge.
The resident Bald Eagles were relaxing.
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Adult Great Blue Herons were busy while their young exercised in the nest.
There were two Eastern Kingbirds enjoying each other’s company.
Mallard were resting in many areas.
Cedar Waxwings were at the far end of the road past the Heronry.
We usually see Wood Ducks during our walks.
We drove to Manning Park after our walk at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve.
There were quite a few Yellow-rumped Warblers.
Beautiful male Western Tanagers were seen as well.
Canada Jays (formerly known as Gray Jay or Whiskey Jack) were seen in a few areas.
A Mourning Cloak Butterfly was seen along a trail.
If you look hard enough and long enough at large piles of rocks, you might get to see a Pika.
The lodge has a very large colony of Columbian Ground Squirrels. They are very curious and approach people without fear.
June 04 Sunny 46F (08C) Afternoon 73F (23C)
It was nice to see Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogie, Beverly with Sampson and Mogli, Denise with Summer, Melinda and Rob with Bosley, Alyson and Randy with Chesney, Ed K., Liz and Gordon with Boomer during our walk.
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