White Iron Chain Of Lakes Association
Common Loons breed on quiet, remote freshwater lakes of the northern U.S. and Canada, and they are sensitive to human disturbance. In winter and during migration, look for them on lakes, rivers, estuaries, and coastlines.
Want to learn more?
Do you ever wonder how and where loons spend the winter?
What migration patterns do they have?
Why the environment, habitat, and clean water are so important to loons?
How can you help loons in 2018?
You are welcome to attend a LOON WATCHER UPDATE
- April 11, Wednesday, 7:00pm @ VCC sponsored by Ely Field Naturalist
- May 8, Tuesday, 12:00pm noon @ Grand Ely Lodge
- May 15, Tuesday, 3:00pm @ Eveleth Library
If you are interested in these questions or have questions of your own or want to help fill out
MN DNR Loon Watcher Survey please attend.
You can pick any lake or lake area.
For more information on Loon Watchers, please contact;
Kevin Woizeschke MN DNR
More information on the common loon can be found on the MN DNR website;
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