Several crew members would go out, capture the loons
and then bring them to shore where we could watch and photograph them being processed (weighed, measured and banded).
Since 2012 the use of lead sinkers and jigs weighing less than an ounce have been banned by the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife in an effort to curb the ingestion of lead contained within the fish the loons
In the days that followed, we successfully implanted satellite transmitters in 14 yellow-billed loons
(Gavia adamsii) at a total of 3 different camps around southern Victoria Island.
And it leaves me uttering a Pentecost prayer: Oh God, as to spiritual gifts may we be more like loons
as to their chicks.
the tale concludes with the following wise counsel: "Don't judge Raven and Loon
The Terror Squad battled hard to get the equaliser but it wasn't to be as Lance's Loons
firmly established themselves as worthy champions.
Grebes, murres, and loons
are essentially flightless during their primary molt, which occurs soon after their arrival in wintering habitat along the coasts of Washington and Oregon.
The Dodgers have played a key role in the success our franchise has enjoyed, and we are excited to announce the Dodgers will be part of four more years of Loons
Between the public Loon
Lake Recreation Area run by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) at the north end of the lake and the privately-owned Loon
Lake Lodge & RV Resort along the southeast side, there are more things to do here than at other lakes of similar size.
According to Wildlife Clinic Director Mark Pokras, he and his colleagues have conducted post- mortem exams of more than 500 loons
Three years ago, scientists discovered Keji loons
have North America's highest recorded mercury levels.
Evidence mounts that mercury contamination is endangering Nova Scotia loons
Kisani has spent years fine-tuning her talent, and has had the best teachers -- the loons
Just like the migrating loons
, Ethel and Norman Thayer have been returning to their bucolic New England retreat year after year.
Reproductive success and foraging effort of Pacific loons
(Gavia pacifica) were compared between impoundments and natural ponds in the Prudhoe Bay oil field, Alaska, in 1992 and 1993.