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One that was already an adult when banded back then is still around, Cooley said, meaning the bird, which hatched chicks last year, is at least 25 years old and probably closer to 30.
The Moultonboro-based Loon Preservation Committee was founded in 1975 to help save preserve the iconic waterbird.
The Loon Preservation Committee does not reveal the location of nests being filmed to keep gawkers away, saying only that it is in the Lakes Region.
Similar webcams have become popular as a way for outdoor organizations to gather support and educate the public. Loons typically lay two eggs but half either do not hatch or their chicks don’t live to leave the nest.
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