View our two resident Grizzly bears, Grinder and Coola as they roam their five acre habitat at Grouse Mountain.On warm summer days, they do like to cool down in the pond. September 15, 2016 - Available for a limited time only. Congratulations to all the participants in our first ever Grind10 Challenge!With La Nina promising a snowy winter ahead we couldn’t be more excited for the upcoming season. We were thrilled to see so many people taking on the challenge and supporting BC Children’s Hospital Foundation. #Skyride #wildlife #dining #winter #view #activities #summer #hiking #private functions #birds #Birds in Motion #paragliding #wolves #shopping #retail #Grouse Grind #weddings #Olympics #Kids #Ski Wee The Grouse Card is a great way to make purchases at The Peak of Vancouver. When a product has limited spaces, the time limit helps ensure that inventory is made available to those interested in completing a purchase. Why not return to the store to try again, or learn about other happening on the mountain.
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Background | Facts about Osprey | Hunting Behaviour | Nesting and Migrating Behaviour | Males and Females | Where Osprey Live | Osprey as Indicator of the Health of the Environment | Quick Facts about Ospreys Background on the LIVE Webcam Ospreys are flying back to nest for the summer and the Town of Osoyoos has front row seats to the show.
A camera has been installed to watch over a nest discovered on a Fortis BC power pole.
When they found the nest, Fortis BC crews de-energized the pole to make sure the birds will be safe once they return home (the switch, will not affect customers’ electric service).
Fortis BC and the Town of Osoyoos saw an opportunity to use the nest as an educational tool.
The idea was to set up a camera and stream a live feed of the ospreys.
But there was a catch – the team couldn’t install a camera on the power pole.
If there were any adjustments to be made, Fortis BC power line technicians would be required to ensure they were done safely – creating an inconvenience for everyone involved.
It wasn’t long before a solution was proposed – mount a camera on a separate pole near the nest for optimum viewing and convenience.