Horseback riding in the Potato Range
(Albert Normandin photo)

Anahim Lake

Bird Watching

Bald Eagles in a tree

Anahim Lake is part of the Pacific Interior Flyway, one of the major migration routes in North America. American white pelicans and trumpeter swans are just two of the numerous bird species that frequent the area. Birdwatching opportunities vary year-round, as most bird species are seasonal.

A number of lodges situated along the shores of Anahim Lake provide excellent accommodation for birders and access to several hiking trails.

More than 100 bird species have been identified along the Eagle's Nest Marsh hiking trail. Even more trails birdwatching trails are found at Nimpo Lake.

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