We had a wonderful time on our outing to Squaw Creek Wildlife Reserve. We got the opportunity to see a huge variety of winter water fowl and for many Residents it was the first time seeing a snow goose, cranes, and grey herrin. But, the most exciting spectacle of all was the first for many to see the American Bald Eagle in the wild. We got to see an assortment of eagles and it was interesting to see how the eagles built their nest on the ground or in the frozen areas of the marsh. It was a beautiful experience to see nature running wild. Prior to our trip to Squaw Creek we enjoyed a wonderful lunch at Boudreaux’s Louisiana Cuisine. It was c’est bon! Just ask Resident Paul Rowland…he was nothing but thumbs up for Boudreaux!