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Maine Team Tracks Loons Near and Distant
by North Cairn
Ever since it was established in 1998, the Biodiversity Research Institute in Gorham has given attention to loons, expanding their studies to include habitats in New York's Adirondack Mountains, Washington state, Alaska, Montana, Louisiana, and Mexico. Most recently, BRI has also undertaken work with Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, said Jim Paruk, director of the institute's Center for Loon Conservation.
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