“A tipping point has been reached. Any further development would likely push the lake past its capacity to survive as a lake.”
The Purcell’s Cove Backlands are a “Flyway Corridor” for raptors and many other migrating birds, coming back to the Williams Lake area.
The drastically low water levels of Williams Lake in the summer of 2020 were a cause of great concern. The WLCC’s Dr. Melanie Dobson, a professor at Dalhousie University’s Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, literally went to the sources…
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At 4:20 AM the 3 bird watchers and our leader, expert birder Fulton Lavender, arrived at the path climbing up the massive granite batholith.