I only had about 45 minutes before the light would be gone, so I stayed local and walked down to the dam at Waseeka.
There was a nice family of minks out by one of the "islands", and I enjoyed watching them.
A female Belted Kingfisher landed briefly on the tree that holds the Osprey nest and rattled a bit there. I hoped to witness her fishing, but she didn't move from her perch.
There was a large flock of American Robins at the end of the dam, foraging along the trail and flying from tree to tree. They were quite noisy.
A couple of Hooded Mergansers flushed and flew to the back of the water. A pair of Mute Swans (boo) flew in and landed in the back of the water. I say "boo" because they are so hard on native wildlife, sometimes killing any competition they have for food or territory. A flock of geese passed overhead.
That about sums up today's walk. I am happy to report that the hardwood floor project is finally complete. Now to move everything back in!