Along the Swale: Jan. 16, 2018

Along the Swale

Glencoe Swale is a remarkable subwatershed of McKay Creek… which flows in the greater Tualatin River watershed. “Along the Swale” features photos and stories that highlight the natural history of Glencoe Swale. Find out what kinds of wildlife dwell in our suburban wetland/creek/forest ecosystems.

January 16, 2018

Mild weather, 52F  with partly sunny skies  Glencoe Swale this afternoon. Water fowl included usual Mallard ducks. Joining them were Gadwall pairs and a hungry Great Egret. View from land bridge over the Swale at NE Shannon Street.

Further north, near Glencoe High School, a Great Blue Heron hunkered into the Swale grass to preen and rest.

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