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closely monitored. Hunting loons is a thing of the past and some fishing regulations have changed to hope- fully save them from harm. Still, there are many environmental issues such as rising lake levels and oil spills that continue to hinder loon populations. You can help by becoming a member of Bird Studies Canada and taking part in the Canadian Lakes Loon Survey. The information you provide is very helpful in finding out much needed information about the common loon population. By just observing loons


around your cottage you can be a part of important research. Help preserve some of the most beautiful, mystical music from a bird of many legends, an irreplaceable piece of Canadian lake landscapes, the Common Loon. Call Bird Studies Canada today to get your survey package and be ready for the next nesting season to start recording your observations at (519) 586-3531 or e-mail aqsurvey@bsc-eoc.org i


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Classifieds Visit localgardener.net to hear the haunting calls of the loon.


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