The main body of water you see is Nisutlin Bay, which is where the Nisutlin River (located to the right) runs into Teslin Lake, which is just visible at the base of the far mountains. According to the Milepost...Teslin has a population of 411....last frost date is June 15 and first frost date is August 15, they average 14 degrees in summer and minus 22 in winter, with an average of 66 inch's of snow and their wettest month is July!
There must be an active birding group in Teslin. Ernie found this discarded notice while he was wandering. Not sure if it applied to this year or not, but gives you an idea of the types and numbers of birds found in the area and when.....note May 12th being the date. My wanders found signs warning about mist nets and asking people not to touch them......mist nets are used to harmlessly catch birds, they are removed from the nets and banded before being released.
Flowers were just coming out....this Arctic Lupin was beside the kitchen shelter so a little further advanced than others in the campground.