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The Current State of the Common Loon in New Hampshire

February 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

$5 NHA members; $7/NM

Have you ever wondered why a loon’s eyes are red?  Why do loon chicks ride on their parents’ backs?  What are loons saying with those eerie calls in the night?  Join biologist Harry Vogel as he explains some of the unique adaptations of this iconic symbol of New Hampshire’s wild lakes. Harry will also discuss challenges facing loons, and their current status in  New Hampshire.

Presenter: Harry Vogel, Executive Director, Loon Preservation Committee. Harry has been studying loons for over 20 years, as a researcher and then Project Biologist for the Canadian Lakes Loon Survey of Bird Studies Canada, then as Senior Biologist/Executive Director of the Loon Preservation Committee.  He is the Co-chair of the Northeast Loon Study Working Group, a consortium of government and non-governmental organizations from throughout the New England States and the Canadian Maritimes working on issues affecting loons and other wildlife in the northeast.

Details

Date:
February 13
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
$5 NHA members; $7/NM
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Organizer

Ruth Smith
Phone:
(603) 224-9909×313

Venue

McLane Center
84 Silk Farm Rd.
Concord, NH 03301 United States
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Phone:
(603) 224-9909