Saving the Loons: What Conservation Efforts Are Helping Maine's Iconic Loons & How Can People Help?
Loons are a beloved symbol of Maine— Maine has more loons than any other state in the east. We’ll learn about the recent work done by local conservationists to bolster the loon population. They will also discuss ways in which individuals can help with efforts to protect—and appreciate—this iconic species.
- David Evers, executive director & chief scientist, Biodiversity Research Institute
- James Paruk, associate professor in the biology department at St. Joseph's College; senior scientist at the Biodiversity Research Institute’s Loon Center for Conservation
- Danielle D'Auria, wildlife biologist, Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife
- Tracy Hart, conservation biologist, Maine Audubon
- The annual loon count
- New England Sees Record Number Of Loons In Several States
- Threats to loons
- A Call To Anglers: Trade In Lead Tackle, Save A Loon
- Sharing the Lakes with Loons
- If you find an injured or dead loon
- Avian Haven for loons in distress
- LOON PRESERVATION COMMITTEE FIELD VOLUNTEERS
- Signs of the Seasons: A New England Phenology Program
- What 2 volunteers learned from counting Maine loons for more than 30 years
- Did a loon stab a bald eagle through the heart?