September 2019

September 19th to 22nd 2019

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

A few Common Yellowthroats are still in the area.

Yellow-rumped Warblers are migrating south.

A Beaver was seen on a dark morning.

Golden-crowned Sparrows were seen eating Red-Osier Dogwood berries.

Green-winged Teal were seen in a few areas.

A few Great Blue Herons were seen.

Dark-eyed Juncos were seen along the way.

A few Long-billed Dowitchers were a nice surprise. They were wandering along the shore of the slough, just past the Heronry.

Lincoln’s Sparrows were seen.

A few Mallards were seen. Some were hybrids with domestic ducks.

A Ruby-crowned Kinglet was seen in the underbrush.

Song Sparrows are resident here.

American Robins were seen in a few areas.

A Swainson’s Thrush was seen from the Main Bridge.

White-crowned Sparrows were seen in a few locations.

Wood Ducks are often seen at this time of year.

We took a short walk at Sardis Park.

Cackling Geese are seen at this time of year.

Mallards are usually seen.

Northern Pintails were also seen.

Turtles can often be found at Sardis.

An Orange-crowned Warbler and White-crowned Sparrows were seen during a walk at Harrison Lake.

September 19 Cloudy 51F (11C) Afternoon 67F (19C)
September 20 Cloudy 57F (14C) Afternoon 75F (24C)
September 21 Cloudy 57F (14C) Afternoon 67F (19C)
September 22 Rain 57F (14C) Afternoon 64F (18C)

It was nice to see Lucy with Blondie and Leroy, Mary, Karen with Roxy, Melinda and Rob with Bosley, Rick, Jon, Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogie, Leona, Elsie with Blue, Liz and Gordon with Boomer, Dick, Casey with Ula during our walks.

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