This workshop serves as training for volunteer Loon Rangers, but is open to any individual interested in loons. Classroom instruction covers loon behavior, ecology, habitat, threats, and protection. Participants will learn how to identify territorial pairs, and gain knowledge about nesting loons and chick phenology.
The instructor will cover the guidelines for completing the Annual Lakes Monitoring form, as well as address the latest updates on loon monitoring and research. Loon Rangers may share some of their inspirational stories. This is program open to the general public and takes places at the historic Forest Lodge nestled among 872 acres of majestic forest along the shore of Lake Namekagon. A snack will be provided.
Date: May 5, 2018
Duration: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Location: Forest Lodge, Cable, WI
Program Type: ecology, science
Registration closes April 26.