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September, 2013


September 19th to 23rd 2013

We had our usual walks at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve.

Beavers were seen every day.

American Goldfinches were seen near the Rotary Interpretive Centre.

A Green Heron was seen across the lagoon.

A few Canada Geese were seen.

A Northern Harrier was seen hunting along the edges of the hedgerow near the heronry.

Great Blue Herons were seen in several spots.

Hooded Mergansers, Northern Pintails and Northern Shovelers were seen from the East Bird Blind.

Golden-crowned Sparrows were seen along the edges of the paths.

A few Lincoln’s Sparrows were seen.

Song Sparrows were seen.

Savannah Sparrows were also seen.

White-crowned Sparrows were seen along the way.

White-throated Sparrows surprised us on a couple of days.

Spotted Towhees are starting to be easier to photograph. They are usually in the underbrush.

A few Swainson’s Thrushes were seen on several days.

A Common Yellowthroat was seen in the underbrush one day.

Yellow-rumped Warblers were seen on a couple of days.

Wood Ducks were seen every day.

We enjoyed chatting with Frank, Mary, Jon, Barbie, Martin and Rod on the trails and stopped in at the Rotary Interpretive Centre for nice visits with Leon, Gordon and Dick and waved to Helmut on the way home.

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