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September, 2013


September 10th to 12th 2013

Our usual walks at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve were busy over the last three days.

Lincoln Sparrows were seen in several locations.

A Red-tailed Hawk was perched on a farm building across from the dyke road.

An Orange-crowned Warbler was seen for a second.

The Ospreys’ hard work on their nest was destroyed by a wind and rain storm on Thursday.

There were dozens of Savannah Sparrows along the edges of the trails.

We saw several Song Sparrows as well.

Spider Webs held the morning dew on a few foggy mornings.

White-crowned Sparrows were also seen.

Quite a large number of Common Yellowthroats were seen.

A couple of Yellow-rumped Warblers were seen passing through.

Wood Ducks were seen during our walks.

We had a nice chat with Penny, Jon and Mary and waved to Helmut on our way home.

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