Swans displaying on Otter Lake. - IMAGE CREDIT: Claude Rioux

A bunch of swanning around

A local bevy put on quite the display on Otter Lake last week, seemingly excited for Spring!

As a hopeful sign of Spring to come, some swans were captured putting on quite the show last week.

Claude Rioux send in the video below of a group of swans displaying on Otter Lake.

According to Rioux the swans were showing their excitement for the upcoming Spring.

“These beautiful birds can still be seen along Otter Lake between Armstrong and Vernon, and the Shuswap River,” said Rioux, adding that he has found good viewing areas in Enderby on Riverside Road and Rosemond Lake Road.

“There are probably only a couple of weeks left before the swans start to head north once again to reach their nesting grounds.”

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