Wet – that is about all I can say about today. Had to resort to hiking boots and a winter jacket, and even so we didn’t attempt forcing our way through the soaking bushes..
The usual assortment of ducks were out there…
and so was the Heron – there seemed to be a few more Green Wing Teal today.
a fair bit of Salmon activity over in the first bay..
here a Salmon fin going by what is presumably some Beaver handiwork as they drag some willow branches to their den area for an emergency food supply should there be a harsh winter.
an adult (on left) and a juvenile (on right) Bald Eagle in the poplar tree by the viewing platform…and that was about all we took the time for. Did spot a small hawk, I think a Sharp Shin, fly by and there was a Northern Harrier out on the flats…also have noticed an increase in the number of Red-wing Blackbirds coming to my feeder – there was also a female there, among the males today.