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September, 2013


September 26, 2013
Princeton

We took a drive to Princeton, B.C., Canada today.

We watched Downy Woodpeckers searching for insects while we listened to a large flock of Meadowlarks in the distance.

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Over one hundred Yellow-rumped Warblers were seen.

Nearby, we found a small herd of Mule Deer ready and willing to be photographed.

 

We enjoyed talking to Debbie and Alice in Princeton before leaving for home.

Manning Park had some lovely autumn colours as we drove along.

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