May 24th to 26th 2020
We enjoyed our usual walks at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
One day a Beaver was eating a snack in the water. On another walk, a young Beaver was working on its lodge.
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Black-headed Grosbeaks were seen at the Rotary Interpretive Centre feeders.
Female Common Mergansers were seen, as well as Mallards and Wood Ducks.
Resident Bald Eagles were keeping intruders away.
A Hairy Woodpecker was seen in a Willow.
If you know where to look, Great Blue Herons can be seen at this time of year.
Two male Lazuli Buntings and a female were seen in the distance.
A Mink was seen in the distance.
Song Sparrows were singing with loud, clear voices.
During one of our walks Tree Swallows were gathering nesting material from the trail. During the other walks, we saw Tree Swallows resting on open branches.
Cedar Waxwings are here for the summer nesting season.
Willow Flycatchers are often heard before being seen.
Common Yellowthroats are often heard before being seen.
A Yellow Warbler was seen as well.
May 24 Cloudy 50F (10C) Afternoon 71F (22C)
May 25 Rain 54F (12C) Afternoon 61F (16C)
May 26 Cloudy 53F (12C) Afternoon 73F (23C)
We practiced social distancing from Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogey, Werner, Doug from Greendale Herb and Vine, Christa, Lisa, Alyson and Randy with Chesney during our walks.
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