June 23, 2020

On our early morning walk with the dog in the Bear Creek Greenbelt, my better half and I saw a Yellow Warbler across Bear Creek and a beaver in the pond north of Bear Creek.  It’s a good time to see wildlife, but not so good for taking pictures.

On my walk at lunch, with the sun overhead, I saw a female Common Merganser in Bear Creek:

Common Merganser

Both Red-tailed Hawk juveniles have branched out from their nest on Yale.

Red-tailed Hawk juvenile

The other Red-tailed Hawk juvenile jumping from one branch to another

On my way back home, I saw a Bullock’s Oriole with an insect in its beak.  I also saw Mama Red-tailed Hawk (on the pictures I can see the leg band) being harassed by a Common Grackle.