Loon Raft

Online Training: Loon Monitoring and Recovery in NH




High Adventure




About the Event

Tune in for the “Working for Clean & Healthy Lakes” Webinar Series

New Hampshire is home to nearly 1,000 lakes and ponds. While our state boasts some of the cleanest and healthiest lakes in the country, they face many threats. This is the last webinar from a weekly, four part series.

The Common Loon is an iconic symbol of New Hampshire’s pristine lakes and ponds and an important part of New Hampshire’s natural character. They are also recognized as sentinels of environmental health because they are sensitive to contaminants in lakes and ponds. The Loon Preservation Committee (LPC) was created in 1975 because of concerns about dramatic declines in New Hampshire’s loon population. Attend this session and find out how loons are doing in New Hampshire today and how you can help LPC in their loon monitoring and recovery efforts.

These webinars are hosted by NH LAKES and are FREE, but pre-registration is required and space is limited.

What to bring

This is an online event you can do from the comfort and safety of your own home.


Contact Andrea LaMoreaux at info@nhlakes.org or 603-226-0299.