June 2019

June 23, 2019

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

A Beaver was using a fallen branch to support itself while reaching for a piece of fresh Blackberry. After several attempts, the Beaver decided to take a piece of the old fallen branch out to the slough.

Fledgling Northwestern Crows waited together for attention from an adult.

The first of the fledgling Great Blue Herons was out of the nest for awhile today. Most of the older chicks remained on the nests.

A female Rufous Hummingbird was seen at the far end of the road past the Heronry.

A tiny Cottontail Rabbit did its best to befriend an older Cottontail Rabbit today. We were surprised it wasn’t rebuffed.

Some Song Sparrows sang while fledglings followed others.

A Gray Squirrel dashed across a trail.

Tree Swallows fed their young.

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A lone Wood Duck duckling was seen, soon it reunited with the rest of its family.

Male Common Yellowthroats were seen in many areas.

We took a walk along the Lickman dike road.

Willow Flycatchers were seen as usual.

Savannah Sparrows were also seen.

June 23 Cloudy 56F (13C) Afternoon 66F (19C)

It was nice to see Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogie, Christa, Jill and Scott with Manny, Liz and Gordon with Boomer, Penny and Len, Randy with Chesney during our walk.

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