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Loons: symbols of the state's wildest country
By Kurt Krueger

THE SCRIBBLER’S concentra-tion was on floating bobbers when the loon surfaced within two feet of the outboard, a startling yet stunning sight with its black-and-white body gleaming in the sunlight as water ran from its well-oiled feathers.
It’s hard to appreciate the impressive size of the common loon — 2 feet in length with a 58-inch wingspan — until they are swimming so close that you can see the multicolored neck feathers change from green to blue and back again, depending on the angle of view.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011 10:17 AM
 

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