I’ve been around the Common Loon for a long time but learned something new about them this week. At the beginning of summers, I will often see Loon babies with their parents. What I didn’t know is they are on their own around the twelfth week of their life. In the fall the parents will leave on their migration. A few weeks later the kids head to warmer climates of coastal waters and stay there for two years. When they are three they return to the north and if not the same lake where they were born it will be at a lake in the same area. My information is coming second hand but was received firsthand from a Common Loon expert. Please correct me or add more information in the comments.
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