There are sure to be more sibling spats but that's all part of growing up. Late yesterday the loons and their two chicks departed the nest area and swam out of camera range, thereby ending the LPC Loon Cam season. Our camera technician/operator/guru, Bill Gassman, did a fantastic...
We couldn't have picked two better nests to follow.
expand Wouldn't you know it, as soon as I write about the predictability of nesting shifts (June 3), the loons pull a switch-a-roo.
This is basically the age-old question dating back to Rene Descartes in the 1600s or probably even earlier.
After a relatively cool spring and early summer, it's warming up fast. The second egg was laid yesterday afternoon (June 26). In the 1980s, the the loons on this territory used a natural nest on an island, which is the loons' preferred nest site.
The national Weather Service is predicting that the next five days will have high temperatures of 90 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. But also by the 1980s, New Hampshire's lakes had experienced a two decade boom in lakeside camps and second homes, culminating in the appearance of “Mc Mansions” – stately houses of...
This segment of the website presents a large number of paintings by Jan van Eyck and his workshop.
These have been documented in the same way as the Ghent Altarpiece, through the VERONA project (Van Eyck in Ope N Access), a pioneer project of the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK-IRPA, Brussels), in collaboration with Musea Brugge and Closer to Van Eyck.