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Who we are


Friends of Bridge Lake is a group of Bridge Lake area residents and “friends” who share a common interest in preserving the unique environment, culture and character of the area.


Our activities and interests include:

  • protection of the lake’s environment and water quality
  • support of the local community and community groups
  • appropriate land use planning

This website is intended to provide a means of sharing news and information of interest to local property owners, residents, and others who enjoy the lifestyle and recreation available in this beautiful corner of the Cariboo.

 

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Bald Eagle

Bald Eagle

The Bald Eagle is often found near large bodies of open water with an abundant food supply and old-growth trees for nesting. Its diet consists mainly of fish, but it is an opportunistic feeder. It hunts fish by swooping down and snatching the fish out of the water with its talons. In the wild, Bald Eagles can live up to thirty years.

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.