Inverness Falls Resort

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(Beautiful and calm on the river last night)  

Cannot believe it's the end of April; with Mothers Day, fishing Season opening and May Long weekend just around the corner.

The trails are drying up nicely and so we have brought the Mountain Bikes out for the guests to borrow.

We had some excitement yesterday! We meet friends for a picnic and some bird watching at Hart Lake; in the North part of the Park. There were lots of duck and a couple of swans but what stole the show were two Otter matting.

We heard them before we saw them. It was quite a distinctive call. I did not get good shots as most of the time they were diving under the water but here we have the male stretching his head out of the water

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and the next shot shows the two mounds of fur as they go back down.

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Very very neat!!

 

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They just don't know what to do with themselves. One day lots of open water on the river to frolic in. The next morning just tiny open patches.

These geese and swans were joined by a pair of mallards yesterday afternoon.  Every day another sign of Spring!

 

 

Our guests say it best....

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Inverness Falls Resort

Box 38 Rennie, Manitoba R0E 1R0

1-877-467-0832

(204) 369-5336

info@invernessfallsresort.com

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February 20: Family Day


April 14: Good Friday


May 21: Victoria Day


July 2: Canada Day (observed)


August 7: Civic Holiday


Sept 2: Labour Day


October 8: Thanksgiving


December 25: Christmas

 

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