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July, 2013


July 5, 2013

We had an enjoyable walk at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve today.

Black-capped Chickadees were seen.

Flycatchers were also seen.

The Great Blue Heron chicks at the Heronry are growing quickly.

The Ospreys were seen as usual.

Peregrine Falcons were seen as well.

An American Robin fledgling was found near a Hawthorn tree.

Young Song Sparrows caught our attention.

Fledgling Barn Swallows were lined up to be fed by adults.

A Violet-green Swallow perched on an overhead wire.

Wood Ducks were seen as usual.

A male Common Yellowthroat was seen in the depths of the underbrush near the path.

The highlight of our walk was seeing a Green Heron in the distance. It decided to fly over to where we were standing to fish right in front of us.

We enjoyed visiting with Janet and Ann doing their bird survey, Penny and Dave on the trails.

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