Science in the Mountains

2013-08-07 17:09:42.000 – Mike Carmon,  Weather Observer/Meteorologist


If you’re in the North Conway area tonight, be sure to swing by the Weather Discovery Center for the continuation of the Science in the Mountains lecture series!Tonight’s lecture will be ‘State of the Loon: The Natural History, Challenges, and Successes of Loons in New Hampshire’.

The speaker will be Harry Vogel, the Biologist and Co-chair of the Northeast Loon Study Working Group.

Have you ever wondered why a loon’s eyes are red? Why loon chicks ride on their parents’ backs? What loons are saying with those eerie calls in the night? Learn about this unique symbol of New Hampshire’s wild lakes and its special place in the hearts of New Hampshire residents. Explore the challenges facing loons, and the Loon Preservation Committee’s work to safeguard New Hampshire’s threatened loon population.

Come on out tonight for an intriguing program!


Mike Carmon,  Weather Observer/Meteorologist

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