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Good information from video and nice displays . I really enjoyed to loon cam! The hike to the nest was very buggy, we sprayed first and tucked bug wipes in our clothes, otherwise I would have turned around. The view of the nest was from...More
We have been visiting this store for 20 years. It gets better and better. Reminds me of my youth with adding the prices on a brown paper bag. When visiting this area make sure to stop in and spend at least an hour just looking....More
We visited the Welcome center/Museum and watched a truly excellent film about the Common Loon (Gavia immer).
It was very informative, and perhaps the most interesting fact, which truly surprised mr, was that the loons fly to South America to winter in the ocean when...More
I attended a lecture here and learned a great deal. The road signs are excellent which makes the center easy to find. They shared information about the loons not only in this area but through the State. They are not funded by the State so...More
This is a great organization and are doing good to save the Loons. They have an excellent educational program that children would like as well as adults. They also have a nice store where you can buy "loon type" items for your friends and teachers....More
My wife and I stopped in here as we are loon fans - we were not disappointed. There is no admission charge at all but you are of course free to leave a donation or buy a membership in the Loon Preservation Committee. It is...More
After reading about the center in a local paper, we took a drive out to visit. Their gift shop is extensive, more things Loon than I have ever seen. They have a 20 minute movie that is informative and relaxing, explaining about the life cycle...More