Looking for a unique natural high that lowers your stress level, boosts your immune system, improves circulation, burns calories, and feels like champagne running through your veins? Try a spring plunge in the frigid, open waters of Williams Lake!
“Creating public access to Williams Lake is a top priority for the WLCC,” says conservation advocate Kathleen Hall, a longtime member of the board of directors. “That is why we are currently following a recent request for zoning change on a 9.4-acre parcel of land on Purcell’s Cove Road that would potentially close an historically significant and well-used path, ‘Lover’s Lane,’ that leads to the shores of Williams Lake. This is an opportunity to work with the developer to preserve this culturally significant path through the HRM “Park Designation” by-law and we are asking to meet with the developer.”
What’s the difference between a “bird-watcher” and a “birder?” A “birder” is a passionate, bird loving aficionado. A “bird watcher” enjoys birds in a more casual way and can stroll through the Shaw Wilderness Park and enjoy a lesson from two highly qualified, engaging “bird enthusiasts.”