While they’re common elsewhere, Canada Geese only drop by Williams Lake during their annual migrations.
In case you missed it on our Facebook page, here’s Robin Whyte’s recent video of crows mobbing a bald eagle at Williams Lake…
This bald eagle was seen having lunch at Williams Lake at the end of September. Bald Eagles are occasionally seen throughout the year around the lake, but rarely “pose” for photographers while devouring prey on the rocks.
After listening to several ducks quacking a steady stream of warning calls, I was about to close the window when I spotted a slinky shape moving with lithe grace over the rocks near shore. The creature moved swiftly and surely,