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Thanks Rudedawg...interesting to see an injured bird, likely doomed otherwise, turn it around by chowing down on carp over the winter in a rare open/warm water spot.  Nature is amazing.

I always thought Frank Lake couldn't support fish populations.  Clearly the carp disagree.  Anyone know if Frank has ever been looked at for trout?  Obviously the carp being there isn't exactly an auspicious start...

Here's hoping that this pelican's buddies come back this spring and help him out with the carp feed.

 

 

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Frank is likely far too shallow to support overwintering trout (dont think it's over a m deep anywhere) and likely really poor water quality considering the only reason it hasnt dried up is that it combines High River's sewage and Cargill's waste water..

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Disturbing as it appears that this invasive species is thriving in Frank, maybe it can be looked at as an opportunity to implement a "treatment" program to remove them.

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