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Volunteers Phil Terrie, Ann Lofting, Joan Collins, George Yellott, Karen and David Stoddard, Mary Ann and Jerry Miller, Christina Burkhart, Tom Whitney, Lorraine and Frank Pine, Jackie and Miles Mallery, Jemmy and Dave West, Brian Castler, Kathy Dufendack, Kate and Jim Cronn, Pam and Tom Speer, Susan Schuler, Hallie Bond, and Meg Smith smile and wave for the camera. (Photo/Joan Collins)

A loon floats on the lake. (Photo/Joan Collins)


Volunteers scour Long Lake for loons

Tuesday, July 29, 2014 - Updated: 9:00 AM

LONG LAKE -- The Wildlife Conservation Society conducts an annual loon census each third Saturday of July with the help of local Adirondack residents and visitor volunteers.

This data provides a quick glimpse of the status of the breeding loon population in and around the Adirondacks and New York state.

This year 10 boating parties completely covered all 14 miles of Long Lake, and 15 common loons were tallied.

In the past two years the loons were mostly found north of the bridge. This year six loons were found south of the bridge and nine north of the bridge.


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