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Loon Nest Live Cam 2022

You are watching a live Loon nest cam. The nest is located in a shallow bog area of a lake in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Nesting season starts in May. Once eggs are laid incubation occurs for 28 days before hatching. The local time is displayed on the bottom left of the video.

Nesting Information: Egg laying usually occurs mid to late May every year. 2022 Nest #1: first egg laid 5/28/22, second egg laid 5/30/22. Hatch 6/24, Fledged 6/25. Nest Cam #2: two eggs laid with expected hatch around July 15th. Remember, loonlets fledge within 24hours of hatching.

About this live cam: The LPC(Loon Preservation Committee) has been streaming a Loon nest live cam since 2014. Since 1975 it has been the LPC’s goal to restore and maintain a healthy population of loons throughout the state of New Hampshire. For more information about this camera or to make a donation please visit loon.org.

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Lin
Lin
1 day ago

July 2. Afternoon.

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Peg
PEGGY(@peg)
2 days ago

What a beautiful mama . Such beautify in this world . Pleasure to be here . Thank you

BFW
BFW
1 day ago
Reply to  PEGGY

Hi Peggy! Glad for you to come along with us! 😊

PEGGY
PEGGY
6 minutes ago
Reply to  BFW

It’s a Honor :)

BFW
BFW
2 days ago

😊
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Ardyth ~ Tucson
Ardyth ~ Tucson(@ardyth)
4 days ago

Loon Nest – New Hampshire
 
Some exciting news about the Loons.. The first nest had 2 Loonlets hatch and fledge(Loonlets fledge within 24 hours of being born) late last week. Now the camera has changed views to a 2nd Loon nest. This Loon family also has 2 eggs and hatch is expected around July 15th! 🤩

Ardyth ~ Tucson
Ardyth ~ Tucson(@ardyth)
4 days ago

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PEGGY
PEGGY
3 days ago

Thank you for the update

julie
julie(@julie-2)
5 days ago

Good Morning just some info there’s a video on you tune with a biologist on nest one the report is the Loons there and the 2 chicks are doing well. The biologist was at nest one to collect egg shells from the hatched eggs

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