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World Wetlands Day February 2, 2021.

It was a Snowy day but I was There to Play

Bulrushes/Cattails (Typha sp) on a snowy day at the Mer Bleue Conservation Area, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Ramsar site no. 755.

Appreciating Wetlands of International Importance I found myself celebrating World Wetlands Day by myself on a comfortable but snowy day. Every year I make my trek to spend this special day at the Mer Bleue Conservation Area. Ramsar site no. 755. It turned out extra special that Ontario Parks wrote a Blog for me on my day at the wetlands all about what ? Wetlands. This had given me the idea to start Blogging that and some encouragement from Project Noah. Anyways, enjoy some photos from my adventure.

Was so very happy to find a flock of Evening Grosbeaks (Coccothraustes vespertinus) at the feeders of the Mer Bleue Conservation Area, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Ramsar site no. 755.

& of course the lovely Black-capped Chickadee (Poecile atricapillus) Mer Bleue Conservation Area, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Ramsar site no. 755.

A lone Common Redpoll (Acanthis flammea) at the feeders of the Mer Bleue Conservation Area, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Ramsar site no. 755.

Who else was there but this little Tree Hugger American Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) Mer Bleue Conservation Area, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Ramsar site no. 755.

Lastly there was the beautiful Marsh that is located on Dolman Ridge the Northern section of the Mer Bleue Bog.

It was a great time even with the COVID Pandemic.

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