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The Common Loon: A Symbol Of Northern Wilderness

July 21, 2012
By Robert M. Ungerer , The Post-Journal

For most of us the common loon, a large duck-like bird inhabiting clear northern lakes, is extremely uncommon in the United States. Its natural breeding territory includes Canada from the Arctic Ocean south to the northern edges of bordering states Montana, Minnesota, Wisconsin, New York and New England. Each year during migration, solitary loons are seen on Chautauqua Lake and Lake Erie.

 
 

 

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