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Loon + Presentation For Eagle Eyes

On Tuesday November 10, from 4-5:30, I’ll be presenting my various wildlife videos to the Eagle Eyes youth group at the Little Traverse Conservancy office on Powell Rd off M-119. I’ll be showing some loon stuff, crane chick videos and … Continue reading

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Owls Of The North Woods

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STRAITS AREA AUDUBON SOCIETY invites the public on Wednesday Mar. 11 at 6 p.m. to a free program on owls at the Cheboygan Area Public Library. “Owls of the North Woods” by environmental educator Mary Trout describes the unique adaptations … Continue reading

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Sandhill Cranes

Article by John Lehman, LoonCorps There is a pair of nesting sandhill cranes near the south end of Round Lake—the one midway between Petoskey and Harbor Springs. They can sometimes be observed with binoculars from the Alanson bike trail where … Continue reading

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Cheboygan Passes Plastic Bag Ordinance

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Karen Martin emailed her friends today, informing them on the news that Cheboygan County passed a resolution that supports encouraging limiting plastic bag use. It’s a baby step, as she calls it, but a step all the same, and will … Continue reading

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LoonCorps.org

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Friends: I have created a brand new cool site dedicated to loons in Michigan and our efforts to preserve, protect, and something or other, but the important thing is you can see it all by going to looncorps.org. This style … Continue reading

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Global Frackdown

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    Don’t Frack Michigan presents the 3rd annual Global Frackdown, taking place Saturday, October 11, at the Carnegie Library Building in Petoskey. Event begins at 2pm. Featured is a special musical performance by Dr. Goodhart’s Home Remedy and sponsored … Continue reading

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Our United Way Page

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Last spring I volunteered to be on the Char-Em United Way’s Citizen Review Panel, where everyday-people like me sort of jury local organizations that seek United Way funding. It was fun, a little work spent researching and examining grant applications, … Continue reading