Monthly Archives: July 2012

Monday morning, July 23 Loon Report from Mike Korkuc

Sunday AM activities … Hi all, Howard K. reports that the chicks spent at least an hour feeding themselves early Sunday morning, the adults were not in sight. When Rosie and I got out there late morning, we saw 1 … Continue reading

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Monday, July 23 Report from Mike Korkuc

Close call … Hi all, First, thanks to all who reported seeing the loon family safe and sound late yesterday when Rosie and I couldn’t find them. I had the same problem mid afternoon today so if anyone has seen … Continue reading

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Sunday, July 22 Report from Mike Korkuc

Our owls, and found sailboat … Hi all, First, from Holly K. Maybe someone with contacts at the sheriff’s office can get them to run the ID # and call the owner. Found on Wednesday, drifting in lake, a twin … Continue reading

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Saturday, July 21 Loon Report from Mike Korkuc

Category [Loon Reports] Wonderful loon count … Hi all, We started loon count this morning with a slight ripple on the water, but it went calm for most of the hour and a half (7:00 AM to 9:30 AM) we … Continue reading

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Friday, July 20 Loon Report from Mike Korkuc

Feeding, feeding, and more feeding … Hi all, Early afternoon, the family was NE of the island and feeding. Both adults there were having no problem coming up with bite sized food for the chicks. Loon watch in the morning, … Continue reading

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Thursday, July 19 Loon Report from Mike Korkuc

Thursday … Hi all, Boat is back in the water and seems to be running fine so maybe you’ll get more regular updates again. Pictures from last evening aren’t great, but shows they are still here and fine. We found … Continue reading

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Sunday, July 15 Loon Report from Mike Korkuc

Another safe weekend … Hi all, The loons are still mostly tucked in the cove near Sucker Brook. The male has a habit of bringing them out into the traffic lane periodically but the female keeps them closer to shore. … Continue reading

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