Plan to attend on June 2nd at Canador College and learn about our native plants that create habitat for our native fish species. https://www.gbbr.ca/about-us/news/
Loons are always hot off the mark to return from their ocean winter homes to the northern lake of their hatching as soon as the ice is largely off the lake. On May 2nd Marilyn and Allan Campbell saw a pair of Loons circle the nesting platform that put out again this spring on Little […]
Over night the wind blew the last tinkling ice shards until they were gone by this morning – May 2nd 2018 The Loons and spring peepers are calling too. 🙂
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Now the melting of the snow (about 11 cm / 4.5 inches) starts. The runoff is making the lake edge mushy. Otter Lake lake levels are still at the low end of the target range as this melt begins.
The ice is still strong enough for the 5 deer in this picture to be on the move. It will be interesting to see when ice-out comes this year as the winter and spring-like weather systems tussle it out.