March 26th to 29th 2021
We enjoyed our usual daily walks.
A few Muskrats were seen over the last few walks.
Great Blue Herons were seen fishing and at the heronry. During our walk on the 29th, it was so foggy, we could barely see anything.
Red-winged Blackbirds were seen in many locations.
Black-capped Chickadees were seen.
Common Mergansers were seen along the way.
A female Downy Woodpecker was seen.
Golden-crowned Sparrows were seen in a few locations.
We had a first of the year sighting of a male Rufous Hummingbird at the Rotary Interpretive Centre feeders.
The leucistic Dark-eyed Junco was visiting the Rotary Interpretive Centre feeders again.
The White-throated Sparrow is beginning to moult into its summer plumage.
Cottontail Rabbits are being seen more often.
American Robins are being seen in many spots.
Song Sparrows are a resident and we usually see them in a few areas.
Green-winged Teal were seen in a few areas.
A young White-crowned Sparrow was seen during one of our We enjoyed our usual daily walks.
Wood Ducks were in trees and stumps.
March 26 Cloudy 44F (07C) Afternoon 52F (11C)
March 27 Cloudy 44F (07C) Afternoon 51F (11C)
March 28 Cloudy 44F (07C) Afternoon 45F (07C)
March 29 Foggy/Sunny 30F (-01C) Afternoon 53F (12C)
We practiced social distancing from Charlie with Jack, Terry with Bogey, Alyson and Randy with Chesney, Christa, Leona and Werner, Mick with Roscoe, Darlene, Maryanne with Lula, Tina with Disney and "Pork and Beans", Mick with Roscoe, Liz and Gordon with Boomer during our walks.
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