Bird is the word on Kamloops Lake

Jamie Wiltse’s son, Jackson Huber, made acquaintances with this lone pelican on Savona Beach at Kamloops Lake recently.

Jackson hopes his feathered friend eventually made it back to its pod.

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Did you know that the earliest pelican fossil on record is a 30-million-year-old skull that was found in the Oligocene deposits of France? And did you know the Pelicans of New Orleans is the newest team nickname in the National Basketball League?

Well, now you do.

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