A nice walk at Reifel Bird Sanctuary
One of Nara's friends
has parents that really enjoy birding. I was booking for a
weekend visit and decided to reserve for two cars so we could make a
play date out of it.
is a good time to visit - in theory there are migrant birds coming
through that are on their way to the North and you can sometimes
spot something interesting. Given what other photographers
were asking about, the sighting for the day was a Goshawk (which we
didn't see). Even though the kids were both 11, they both had
two bags of bird seed and were happy to seed the birds waddle up to
up to us.
Reifel has a breed pair and some young Sandhill
Cranes that are always striking if you see them. This time we
also spotted a Ring-Nicked Pheasant - an invasive bird that seem to
do well in farm lands in the lower mainland.
Of course, kids being kids there was lots of play while we walked
Tags: Reifel Bird Sanctuary(7), hand feeding(1), motion blur(1), invasive(1), reflection(1)
From: John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2021 to 2005 > March 2022
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