The morning rain brought out lots of wildlife in Pacific Spirit Regional Park this Saturday! We saw a few salamanders and, of course, banana slugs. The forest was also filled with the sounds of the Swainston Thrush and many other breeding birds.
With this beautiful scene as the backdrop, we hauled 14 bags of English Holly out of the forest to make room for the Salmon and Elderberry plants to grow. Yay, more berries for the birds and more habitat for the salamanders and, of course, the lowly slugs.
Penelope Edgar Photography