Save for some river inlets, Quidi Vidi Lake has frozen over:

Frozen Quidi Vidi Lake - St. John's

Frozen Quidi Vidi Lake – St. John’s

In winter time, Bald Eagles are common visitors to Quidi Vidi Lake, they’re often seen sitting on the ice, and today was no exception:

Bald Eagle on Quidi Vidi Lake - St. John's

Bald Eagle on Quidi Vidi Lake – St. John’s

This eagle was sitting next to a kill, a gull of some kind. When it flew off I got a better look:

Bald Eagle flies off with prey - St. John's

Bald Eagle flies off with prey – St. John’s

Near Rennie’s River inlet, many gulls, ducks and pigeons had gathered:

Preening duck - St. John's

Preening duck – St. John’s

Tufted Duck - St. John's

Tufted Duck – St. John’s

The pigeons were all puffed up to keep warm:

Pigeon in the snow - St. John's

Pigeon in the snow – St. John’s