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Loon Nest Live Cams

The nests are in a shallow bog area of a lake in 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 videos. For more information about this camera or to make a donation please visit loon.org.

Nesting Information:

1st egg laid 5/24 at 10:45 pm. 2nd egg laid 5/27 at 11:14 am. Estimated hatch June 22-24th 2019. On 5/28, one of the eggs was kicked out of the nest by the male. Remaining egg hatched and sadly the chick was taken by an Eagle.

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pamela
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pamela

What is that sign floating around in the background?

Jan
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Jan

Could that be a speed sign for boats??

Joyce from NH
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Joyce from NH

I wonder where this is located, anyone know. I live on a small pond in NH with loons but they just come to feed and go somewhere else to nest. So beautiful in looks and sound.

norita
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norita

5.48am on the far shore, close to the blue

norita
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norita

5.33am. movements in the water, and there comes a loon and another loon

Didi
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Didi

Here they are doubleheart

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Judy
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Judy

Cam seems to be live contentsmile

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Beryl
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Beryl

I hope it comes back !

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