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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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Loon on Nest

Loon on Nest

The survival of loons has always been tenuous. Typically only two eggs are laid in a nest that is vulnerable to natural predators and wave action. Chicks that successfully hatch often fall victim to predators or their own aggressive siblings. Loss of suitable shoreline habitat adds to the challenge for nesting pairs.

Snowshoe hare

Snowshoe hare

It has the name “snowshoe” because of the large size of its hind feet and the marks its tail leaves. The animal’s feet prevent it from sinking into the snow when it hops and walks. Its feet also have fur on the soles to protect it from freezing temperatures. For camouflage, its fur turns white during the winter and rusty brown during the summer.