Saturday, July 18, 8-9 a.m.
Help the Loon Preservation Committee(LPC) count our loons. On July 18, 8-9 a.m. you can help by looking to see if you can spot a loon and observe it and then report your sightings.
Each year, LPC hosts an annual Loon Census to monitor New Hampshire's loons and their progress on lakes throughout the state. The invaluable data gathered from census observations are used as:
- a mid-season check on productivity,
- a mechanism for discovering unknown birds in each territory,
- a means to track movement of loons and define relationships between neighboring pairs, and
- a community based tool for generating interest and involvement in loons.
To download a census form click here
There will be an online census form on July 18 that can be filled in and submitted online at www.loon.org.
This year for the first time the LPC had a web cam on a nesting pair of loons. People could watch the pair tend their eggs and watch the egg hatch. Only one egg hatched successfully and one did not. The webcam was taken down when the loon family moved to another area.
News & Events MAR 8th
41 Members Attend Spring Luncheon
On March 02, 2019, members enjoyed lunch with fellow islanders at the Lyon's Den in Gilford and heard about the state of Winnipesaukee's water quality. The talk was presented by Pat Tarpey, Executive Director of the Lake Winnipesaukee Association.
The slides from the presentation cam be seen by clickimg here:
State of Winnipesaukee's Water Quality
NH Lakes News