Loon Rd Raft 2012Is there an issue on your lake you need help with? A problem involving your loons? Loons nesting, but you’re not seeing any chicks? Loons stopped nesting? Loons and people not getting along so well? Loons and predators/scavengers issues? Perhaps you think your lake is a good candidate for nesting, but you’re not sure if the loons there are interested?

We can help. After all, the reason we seek support and assistance is so we can use those resources to do our job: which is to help people manage the loons on their lake for better success, or restore their lake as a nesting territory. So, if any of the situations above apply to you, or you have a situation I’ve not mentioned, please use any of the dropdown boxes on the “Need Help?” page to direct your concern. Don’t wait, far too many lakes are lost because someone ignored a problem, or hoped it would resolve itself, or gave up because they figured their lake was irrevocably lost as a nesting lake. It isn’t unheard of for loons to nest on lakes over 95% developed, some having ungodly amounts of recreational activity. Sometimes all that’s needed are some traffic rules in just the right places, enforced by a buoy or two, and the cooperation of the local DNR Conservation Officer, and plenty of concerned and determined lake residents keeping lookout. Working together, we can make that happen.


2 responses »

  1. Anonymous says:

    There is 1 resident loon on Moon Lake near Garland Golf in Lewiston which is a first for this small lake.


    • Jeff Lange says:

      Please email or call me at the contact addresses below if you have any further possible nesting information, or if you’d like to place a nesting raft to further entice nesting. Thanks for the note.


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