October 21st to 23rd 2020
We enjoyed our usual walks at the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.
A Beaver was seen during one of our walks.
A female Bufflehead was seen in the slough.
American Coots were seen in the slough, as well.
The resident Bald Eagles have been regularly seen.
Northern Flickers have also been regularly seen.
Gadwalls are spending time on the South Lagoon.
Two Snow Geese were seen in the slough, just past the Heronry.
Pied-billed Grebes are usually seen.
A Red-necked Grebe was seen as well.
American Wigeons are now visiting for the winter.
A few Canada Geese were seen. Some were with Mallards and Wood Ducks.
Wood Ducks are always seen. This time, we found one which appears to be a gynandromorph. This particular Wood Duck is exhibiting both male and female characteristics. The body plumage is that of a male Wood Duck, while the head has eyes of a female Wood Duck.
October 21 Cloudy 47F (08C) Afternoon 59F (15C)
October 22 Sunny 41F (05C) Afternoon 58F (14C)
October 23 Heavy Rain 39F (04C) Afternoon 42F (06C)
We practiced social distancing from Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogey, Christa, Debra with Cheddar, Mary and Wilma, Brian, Ruth and Don with Chico, Mick with Roscoe, Patrick with Sal, Helmut, Alyson with Chesney, Ruth and Don with Chico during our walks.
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