March 23rd to 25th 2021
We enjoyed our usual daily walks.
A Beaver was seen in the distance during one of our We enjoyed our usual daily walks.
The marsh resident Bald Eagles are taking turns brooding on their nest.
American Goldfinches were seen along the trails.
Canada Geese were seen in many spots.
Pied-billed Grebes were seen.
Great Blue Herons are busy at the heronry and a few were out fishing.
A Lincoln’s Sparrow was seen foraging near the Blackberry bushes which it uses for protection.
Ring-necked Ducks were seen in a few spots.
Green-winged Teals are passing through on their way to their nesting grounds.
A White-throated Sparrow was at the Rotary Interpretive Centre feeders.
American Wigeons were seen in many areas.
Wood Ducks and Mallards are usually seen.
American Robins are now being seen in good numbers.
March 23 Cloudy 36F (02C) Afternoon 53F (12C)
March 24 Heavy Rain 42F (06C) Afternoon 50F (10C)
March 25 Cloudy 41F (05C) Afternoon 63F (17C)
We practiced social distancing from Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogey, Alyson and Randy with Chesney, Werner, Sue and Ulla, Mary and Wilma, Ron with Ginny, Doug from Greendale Herb and Vine during our walks.
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