November 6th to 11th 2019
We enjoyed our usual walks at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
Click below to play a video of a few Ducks.
We saw a Beaver on a couple of days.
Buffleheads were seen on the slough.
Cackling Geese were nearby.
Black-capped Chickadees were seen every day.
One of the resident Bald Eagles was gathering nesting material.
A Fox Sparrow was seen one morning.
A YVR tagged Red-tailed Hawk was fanning its feathers to groom itself. Here is some information on her from Gary Searing: this is the third sighting of E13. I tagged her on the 14th of September as a juvenile (hatched 2019) and released her at the usual place on Duncan Road. I like it when they seem to settle out that way.
A few Honey Bees were seen on Dandelions along the road near the Heronry.
Dark-eyed Juncos were see in many areas.
An American Kestrel was seen in the distance.
Dozens of ducks were in the slough near the Heronry.
Mallards, Wood Ducks and Northern Shovelers were near the Heronry.
A little Mink was bouncing around on the shore and in the water nearby.
Ring-necked Ducks were seen as well.
Song Sparrows were seen along the way.
Spotted Towhees are a resident and can usually be found.
House Finches are usually near the Rotary Interpretive Centre feeders.
A White-throated Sparrow was seen near the Rotary Interpretive Centre feeders.
November 06 Sunny 45F (07C) Afternoon 60F (16C)
November 07 Cloudy 44F (07C) Afternoon 54F (12C)
November 08 Cloudy 38F (03C) Afternoon 52F (11C)
November 09 Cloudy 46F (08C) Afternoon 54F (12C)
November 10 Foggy/Misty 50F (10C) Afternoon 60F (16C)
November 11 Cloudy 44F (07C) Afternoon 52F (11C)
We enjoyed seeing Charlie with Jack, Lucy with Leroy and Blondie, Liz and Gordon with Boomer, Alyson with Chesney, Mary and Wilma, Jenny and Bill, Randy with Chesney, Rachel and Jill with Manny, Kevin, Leona and Werner during our walks.
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