Jim Murden of Pitt Meadows discovered a fine feathered visitor drying itself on the roof of the McQuarrie Road home the other day. “It looks like its feathers had got wet and the spot on the roof is our furnace vent outlet,” he shared. “An appropriate location for dry cleaning.” During the past 30+ years in Pitt Meadows, they’ve seen many different types of wildlife – bears, coyotes, eagles, hawks, etc. – on their property. “Although we have seen many herons, this is the frist time one landed on the roof for a different purpose other than feeding,” Murden said. (Special to The News)

Jim Murden of Pitt Meadows discovered a fine feathered visitor drying itself on the roof of the McQuarrie Road home the other day. “It looks like its feathers had got wet and the spot on the roof is our furnace vent outlet,” he shared. “An appropriate location for dry cleaning.” During the past 30+ years in Pitt Meadows, they’ve seen many different types of wildlife – bears, coyotes, eagles, hawks, etc. – on their property. “Although we have seen many herons, this is the frist time one landed on the roof for a different purpose other than feeding,” Murden said. (Special to The News)

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