Join the WLCC at our AGM

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Bird surveys, LakeWatchers program, Lake Water Quality testing, HRM’s Regional Review, Backlands additions, a fix for the dam, the expansion of the Shaw Wilderness Park and more have kept us busy this year. We will be reporting on these important projects at our Annual General Meeting and invite you to join us to get a sense of how you and your family can be citizen environmentalists.

Bird Walks 2024

Governors Brook Trail

Raptors, songbirds, waterfowl and many other migratory birds consider Williams Lake and its watershed their home sweet home. They can be spotted in the treed canopy in the Shaw Wilderness Park and tucked in the globally rare Jack Pine-Broom Crowberry community along the glacier-sculpted granite ridges on the Osprey Ridge Trail in the Backlands next to the Williams Lake watershed.