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Migratory Bird Management, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
1011 E. Tudor Road, Anchorage, Alaska 99503
or call 907-786-3443
S.L. 2004. Status assessment and conservation plan for the Yellow-billed
Loon (Gavia adamsii). U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific
Investigations Report 2004-5258, 42 p. (pdf)
Evers, D. C. 2004.
Status assessment and conservation plan for the Common Loon (Gavia
immer) in North America. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Hadley,
Massachusetts (1mb, pdf).
Wilson, H.M., J.L. Oyen, and L. Sileo. 2004. Lead shot poisoning
of a Pacific loon in Alaska. Wildlife Diseases. In Press.
Mills, T. K. 2003. Alaska LoonWatch 2003. Unpublished Report, U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Report, Anchorage, Alaska.
Mills, T. K. 2002. Alaska LoonWatch
Report, U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Report, Anchorage, Alaska (360kb, pdf).
Gotthardt, T. 2001. Status Report on the Red-throated Loon (Gavia
stellata). Prepared for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological
Services, Anchorage, Alaska.
Mills, T. K.
2000. Anchorage 2000 LoonWatch. Unpublished. Report, U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Report, Anchorage, Alaska.
Fair, J. 1998. The status of loons in Anchorage and the lower Matanuska-Susitna
Valley – A summary report of Alaska LoonWatch, 1985-1997. Unpublished.
Report to Anchorage Audubon Society, the Matanuska-Susitna Borough,
and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. 40 pp.
Groves, D.J., B. Conant, R.J. King, J.I. Hodges, and J.G. King. 1996.
Status and trends of loon populations summering in Alaska, 1971-1993.
Information on loons and grebes
from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Waterfowl Survey Reports.
Last Updated: September 15, 2008