June 2019

June 29th & 30th 2019

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

We saw a Beaver during one walk.

The Willow Flycatcher we have come to know as the welcoming committee was singing on its perch.

Red-winged Blackbirds were seen along the way.

A female Common Merganser had her young ducklings out on the Vedder River.

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A Spotted Sandpiper was seen on the shoreline.

A Brown-headed Cowbird was seen one morning.

One morning, a Coyote poked its head up from the Corn field.

Fledgling Northwestern Crows were seen.

One of the Heronry resident Bald Eagles soared over our heads while the marsh resident Bald Eagle called from a perch.

American Goldfinches were seen as usual.

Pied-billed Grebes were seen in the slough both days.

Cottontail Rabbits were seen both days.

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Song Sparrows were looking after fledglings.

Tree Swallows were seen as usual.

Spotted Towhees had fledglings following after them, while one young juvenile found an interesting beetle to eat.

Cedar Waxwings were seen along the way.

Wood Ducks had ducklings nearby or under their wings.

Common Yellowthroats had fledglings and nestlings to feed.

June 29 Cloudy 56F (13C) Afternoon 77F (25C)
June 30 Sunny 55F (13C) Afternoon 84F (29C)

It was nice to see Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogie, Leona, Jill and Scott, Connie and William during our walks.

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