PLWA Christmas Creature Count Spotted at Pigeon Lake, December 27, 2019 All respondents spotted Black-capped Chickadees. 10-29 was the maximum number of Black-capped Chickadees seen at one time. The maximum number of other creatures reported: 3 Crows/Ravens, 2 Grouse, 2 Nuthatch, 3 Woodpeckers, 1 Fox, 2 Red Squirrels, 1 Northern Flying Squirrel, 5 Dogs, 10-29 Humans (smiling friends and family) Thanks to the Pigeon Lake residents who let us know what creatures they saw at the lake!
PLWA hosts another successful Love the Lake Fun Family Day
Families joined us for the Pigeon Lake Watershed Association’s Annual Love the Lake Family Fun Day at the Provincial Park on August 10th to have fun and learn about lake stewardship, nature, and biodiversity. Families got to meet Rickie the Northern Saw-whet Owl, learn about wildlife, check out bat artifacts, and participate in crafts, games, and face-painting.
Thanks to the Mulhurst Fire Dept, Cows and Fish, Beaverhill Bird Observatory, Alberta Community Bat Program, Pigeon Lake Provincial Park Staff, Alberta Lake Management Society, Pigeon Lake Public Library, Pigeon Lake Chamber of Commerce, the PLWA staff and Director, and the terrific volunteers who all helped to make the day a huge success!
Nature Alberta’s Living by the Water, Love your Shoreline Assessments (Norris and Itaska)
The LbW Homesite Consultation is A FREE SERVICE for all watershed residents to learn how to be a good lake steward. The report highlights how we are doing to become a lake friendly watershed community.