Visitors to the west side of the Lake

Lake Hodges isn't only about Grebes

Great Egret

Lake Hodges isn’t just about Grebes. With the water so low, most of the birds that would normally be at the east end the Lake are now over by the west side. Conditions this week have been perfect for photography. No wind for 3-4 hours in the morning each day, and perfectly front lit. 



Northern Shovelers

Fly by Northen Shovelers

Double-crested Cormorant portrait

Double-crested Cormorant

American White Pelican

Landing gear down, White Pelican

Regarding the Lake level

The City are continuing to release water from the recent rains while plugging away… pun intended… at repairing the dam. The City are hoping to open sometime in April. More rain forecast for next week.

Local Accommodation

Recommended rentals in the Del Dios and surrounding community on Lake Hodges.

Springhill Suits

by Marriott | 7 min. drive entrance to Lake

Rancho Bernardo

Inn | 16 min. drive entrance to Lake

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