We've had a couple of beautiful days to end off a very wet month.
all that rain has certainly raised the water levels again.
it's a terrible picture, but the first couple of Trumpeter Swans for this season showed up yesterday, way off in the distance in a sheltered spot because the wind was really blowing out in the open areas.
viewing of Bald Eagles is a little difficult right now with all that water out there, except when you get one feeding down in the grass right at the edge, like this one today.
over at the log bay the parks department has put up barriers to remind people to stay back from the waters edge to allow the salmon to spawn in peace. Lets hope it works.
On the way home, spotted movement which turns out to be an American Robin. We don't usually see robins this late in the season but they seem to be hanging on this year, in fact a friend in the Logan Lake area still has robins there.
Have to mention that while walking the dogs just as it was getting dark tonight, there were lots of eagles soaring just over the hill beside us, bats flying around and large flocks of Canada Geese being very vocal. It was all very Halloweenish!