Date: 4/24/18 5:10 am From: 'Jeff Schultz' via Birders <birders...> Subject: Re: [birders] Loon
Now I do not know how big this lake is I think a nighttime capture will be tough I’m sure there’s a lot of light pollution there so it will not be really dark at night I know somebody in Minnesota that used to capture a lot of loons I’ll see if I can get a hold i’ll him for any tips
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> On Apr 24, 2018, at 7:41 AM, marys1000 <marys1000...> wrote:
> Loon Rangers, is who the method I (and someone else) described is the one used by.
> The Loon Ranger guy I called to assist a Loon a couple of years ago was a great guy, very helpful, but he lives in the general area of Petosky.
> Still, if anyone has the equipment and is willing to try he could probably give you more specific tips and techniques.
> Small fishing boat, powerful flashlight, large net, 3 people. One to man the motor/boat, one the flashlight, one to net and
> grab the bird is the basics.
> Marie Schatz
>> On 4/24/2018 6:35 AM, Bruce Bowman wrote:
>> I think Marie's method is best. Get it with a canoe and net while it is
>> sleeping at night. Stealth would be required, of course. Release it at the
>> nearby lake that someone mentioned. A permit will be required, I assume.
>> Sherri knows what to do in that regard. Photos or video would be good to have.
>> How much longer can the bird last without food? I have not seen the
>> retention pond. Is there any great likelihood that there are fish in the pond?
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