Bald Eagles in a tree
Bird watching opportunities abound in the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast.
Catch sight of the American white pelican at Anahim Lake. Or head to Bowron Lake Provincial Park to view birds – from swallows to songbirds – along the park's famous canoe route.
The 100 Mile Marsh is a spring stop-over for migrating gulls, swans, ducks, geese and grebes. Spring also heralds the arrival of trumpeter swans, who use the marsh during migration. Scout Island Nature Centre in Williams Lake is a prominent area for colourful migratory waterfowl and fascinating marsh birds.
When out bird watching, make sure you or your pets do not disturb the wildlife.
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3475 Meadow Lake Rd
Clinton, British Columbia
Located in the picturesque & peaceful 'Cariboo' & minutes from the historical town of Clinton. Excellent fishing & swimming lakes, scenic hiking, biking & canoeing opportunities. A horseback rider's paradise. We welcome you to bring your horse(s) at no additional charge. There is fenced pasture to keep them in, complete with a running creek & a turnout. Rich in flora & fauna, there are fantastic birdwatching opportunities. Over 209 different species of birds have been cited in the Cariboo region! Excellent spot for winter activities like skidooing, ice skating, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, & ice fishing. One of the best trout icefishing lakes in the Cariboo!