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The Friends of Bridge Lake are unfortunately not able to continue operating without the involvement of the community. Since for the past two years no new president or directors could be found, the current directors decided to dissolve the organisation. This process is currently in its final stages, so the Friends of Bridge Lake will cease to exist in the near future.


Regardless, we are really thankful for your support in the past twelve years!


This web site will stay online for another few month, so everybody visiting the weather pages can continue to do so. Ultimately, the weather pages will be moved to a new web site, independent of the Friends of Bridge Lake.

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Northern Great Horned Owl nestling

Northern Great Horned Owl nestling

Great Horned Owls are some of the earliest-breeding birds in North America. They breed in late January or early February, often taking over a nest used by some other large bird, sometimes adding feathers to line the nest but usually not much more. The Great Horned Owl is the provincial bird of Alberta.

Short Tailed Weasel

Short Tailed Weasel

The Short Tailed Weasel (also called Stoat or Ermine) can be found almost everywhere throughout the northern temperate, subarctic and Arctic regions. The animals are largely nocturnal or crepuscular but will sometimes come out during the day. It eats insects, small mammals up to the size of a rabbit, birds and their eggs and young.