The Tuesday bird walk went to the Little Qualicum River Hatchery in Qualicum Beach. The morning was mostly sunny with calm winds. Canada Geese,four White-wing Scoters, a Common Loon and four Killdeer were seen at the Brant viewing platform. An American Dipper was seen on the river searching and finding food. We saw an adult Red-breasted Sapsucker and a fledgling Red-breasted Sapsucker on a tree just off the trail. Several Black Swifts, a Vaux’s Swift and many Violet-green Swallows flew overhead during the morning. Yellow-rumped Warblers, Orange-crowned Warblers, Pacific-slope Flycatchers, Willow Flycatchers and Warbling Vireos were heard during the walk. A family of Western Tanagers were spotted flying just off the trail. A Common Yellowthroat, a Wilson's Warbler and a Yellow Warbler feeding near the trail. Two Red-tailed Hawks were flying high overhead at the end of the walk.