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Common Loon Becoming Rare in Wyoming
By Kelsey Dayton
It is the state bird of Minnesota, the most recognized bird in New England and on license plates in Maine. But, in Wyoming, the common loon swims mostly under the radar.
“Maybe its overshadowed by all the other great animals in Wyoming – like grizzly bears and bison and things you don’t see elsewhere,” said David Evers, executive director of the Biodiversity Research Institute based in Gorham, Maine.
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