7 edition of Loons found in the catalog.
Describes the physical characteristics, behavior, habitat, and life cycle of loons.
|Series||Naturebooks, Naturebooks (Chanhassen, Minn.)|
|LC Classifications||QL696.G33 M46 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||98038203|
The South Carolina coast, the Gulf coast adjacent to the Florida panhandleand the Atlantic seaboard from Massachusetts to Maine Loons book some of the highest Loons book of common loons. Thus, loons avoid coming to land, except when nesting or severely injured. Chicks are fed mainly by their parents for about six weeks but gradually begin to feed themselves over time. At night, though, they sometimes stick together in groups called flocks while they sleep. The adult winter plumage is attained between October and January by partial moult mainly of head, body and tail feathers. Within hours of hatching, the young begin to leave the nest with the parents, swimming close by and sometimes riding on one parent's back.
And in that one haunting paragraph, Vanessa is able to convey the insight that had been eluding her all along. Both male and female build Loons book nest and incubate jointly for 28 days. Gavia stellata. These include an Ojibwe story of a loon that created the world,  and a Micmac saga describing Kwee-moo, the loon who was a special messenger of Glooscap Glu-skapthe tribal hero. Characteristics Loons have striking red eyes, black heads and necks, and white striping, checkering, and spotting on their backs.
Characteristics Loons have striking red eyes, Loons book heads and necks, and white striping, checkering, and spotting on their backs. It usually has a steeper forehead and a bulging forecrown, somewhat similar to the black-throated loon. Within hours of hatching, the young begin to leave the nest with the parents, swimming close by and sometimes riding on one parent's back. In winter, south along the coast to Mexico.
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The North American name "loon" likely comes from either the Old English word lumme, meaning lummox or awkward person, or the Scandinavian word lum meaning lame or clumsy.
This book goes into great details, describing the individual species and their races.
Typically, common loons will make meals of fish and crayfish, shrimp and leeches Loons book find around their Loons book. Smaller bodies of water up to 0.
In the winter, a loon's plumage turns gray above with a white breast, belly and wing linings. There have been instances of lakes freezing suddenly and loons dying because they could Loons book longer take off.
Its bill is heavier and the back is paler than its hindneck. Its plumage turns gray in the winter. In some sections Loons build no nest, simply scooping a hollow out in the sand, while in other places they construct quite a large nest of sticks, moss and grasses.
Nonbreeding has gray upperparts; white throat. To aid in their digestion of food, loons ingest pebbles from lake bottoms to help grind their food. The juveniles will leave the lake before ice-in and will spend the next few years on the ocean. Checking their bird book, they believe that these are great northern divers.
Breeding has a yellow bill; black head; white collar with black stripe. Northern parts of North America, breeding from southern Canada northward in the interior on both coasts. The loons may be confused with the cormorants Phalacrocoracidaewhich are not too distant relatives of loons, and like them are heavy-set birds whose bellies, unlike those of ducks and geese, are submerged when swimming.
However, Loons book their feet are located far back on the body, loons have difficulty walking on land. Birds that are displaced Loons book a territory but survive usually try to re-mate and re claim a breeding territory later in life.
However, these have not previously been seen to nest in northern Scotland, and so they ask for help from an ornithologist. They also stay close to large bodies of water, no matter where they are.Loons are famous for their hauntingly eerie call.
The sexes have similar plumage, but the males are larger than the females. They are similar to cormorants and penguins. All of these birds have webbed feet, float low in the water, and chase fish by swimming underwater.
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