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  Erica LeMoine


www.northland.edu/centers/soei/loonwatch/

Erica LeMoine joined Northland College as the LoonWatch and Citizen Science Coordinator in 2011, and is located on-campus at the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute in Ashland, WI. Erica works with over 400 volunteers to coordinate the Annual Lakes Monitoring Program, a loon-monitoring program on hundreds of lakes throughout northern Wisconsin. She also coordinates the Wisconsin Loon Population Survey, Sigurd T. Olson Loon Research Award, LoonWatch Speaker's Bureau, Loon Appreciation Week poster, and Get the Lead Out program.



Presentations

 Loons in our Northern Waters
Pre-recorded - Fri 1:00pm-2:00pm 

An icon and sentinel species of our northern lakes, the common loon family captivates our hearts as we watch them develop from chick to adult. The loon is a sentinel species - a living symbol of clean water, good fisheries, and an indicator of healthy aquatic ecosystems. Since 1978, LoonWatch has been protecting common loons and their aquatic habitats through education, monitoring, and research. Learn about the common loon - their behavior, habitat, threats, what you can do to protect loons, and other fascinating loon facts.


 
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