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September, 2013


September 13th & 14th 2013

We always manage to see something interesting at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve when we take our daily walks.

The sun was just rising through the fog.

Golden-crowned Sparrows were seen along the trails.

There were a few Beavers enjoying a swim and snack.

A Black-throated Gray Warbler was seen for a short moment.

A Great Blue Heron was seen in the distance.

Wild Impatiens were blooming at the edges of the water.

Lincoln’s Sparrows were seen in many locations.

An Osprey was seen ruffling its feathers in the morning fog.

An Orange-crowned Warbler paused for a few seconds.

American Robins were seen in many spots.

Savannah Sparrows were seen in large numbers.

Song Sparrows were seen along the edges of the trails.

White-crowned Sparrows were also seen.

Wood Ducks are now showing their winter colours.

Common Yellowthroats were seen along the way.

A few Yellow-rumped Warblers were seen.

We enjoyed nice chats with Ruth and Bob on the trails.

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