Photo By Kittie Wilson

Friday, October 27, 6:30 p.m. • Francestown Elementary School
Free and open to the public.

FRANCESTOWN — Have you ever wondered why a loon’s eyes are red?  Why loon chicks ride on their parents’ backs? What loons are saying with those eerie calls in the night?

Biologist Harry Vogel will describe this unique symbol of wild lakes and its special place in the hearts of New Hampshire residents. He will talk about the challenges facing loons and the work of the New Hampshire Loon Preservation Committee to safeguard our state’s threatened loon population.

Harry Vogel has been studying loons for more than 20 years. Beginning as a researcher and project biologist for the Canadian Lakes Loon Survey, he is currently the Senior Biologist & Executive Director of the New Hampshire Loon Preservation Committee.  He is also Co-Chair of the Northeast Loon Study Working Group, a consortium of government and non-governmental organizations from throughout the New England States and the Canadian Maritimes, which works on issues affecting loons and other wildlife in the northeast.



Non Conval Sponsored Event • Non Profit

Sponsored by: Francestown Land Trust (
George Holmes Bixby Memorial Library ( • Francestown News
Francestown Conservation Commission (