For over a decade, Halfmoon Lake Association (HMLA) has fostered and closely monitored a loon nesting program at Halfmoon Lake. The program is responsible for the annual placement of a floating loon nesting box near Fernhill Point. Thanks to the efforts of our volunteers, Halfmoon Lake residents and visitors enjoy regular sightings of adult loons and their chicks. Whether cruising by your dock, diving for food or crying out their distinct haunting wail, observers all agree loons are a unique part of the environment that makes Halfmoon Lake so special. While we enjoy the beauty of the loons on the lake, they also serve as strong indicators of our lake’s health. For this reason, the HMLA has invested significant time and volunteer resources to encourage their nesting and mating. The best way we can encourage their health and well-being is to be cautious when boating in their proximity. Stay at a safe distance from the loons and always back away from an agitated loon, especially a mother loon, if it begins to make noise or approaches you. We hope all our residents and boaters will enjoy and protect our loons. To learn more about our loon nesting program, how it started and our dedicated volunteers, read below.
To report a loon in distress contact:
HMLA President Nina Kelly: HMLAPresident@outlook.com/603-370-1050
The Loon Preservation Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org/603-476-5666
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