#challengeonnaturephotography Day 4: Sometimes Both Eggs Hatch

Loons with two chicks

Loons with Two Chicks

Two eggs hatched in 2014. Both chicks survived, thrived and fledged, taking off in October for a few years at sea. The Vermont Center for Ecostudies has learned that loons return to places very close to where they were raised, even after all that time and having only seen home from the air once, as they were flying away.

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One thought on “#challengeonnaturephotography Day 4: Sometimes Both Eggs Hatch

  1. Bob Stanton

    Beautiful! We only get to see loons, well, the avian variety, as migratory fowl, but man, I love ’em.

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