NH nest where loon has laid 2 eggs featured on live stream
LAKES REGION — One of New Hampshire's threatened bird species is back to lay its eggs ... and it can all be seen live.
The Loon Preservation Committee is streaming a live video of nesting loons for the fourth time.
Biologists from the LPC use the video feed to help them study the difficulties that face the loons that have decided to make their home in New Hampshire.
In 2014 viewers noticed that the bird had become tangled in some fishing line, and brought it to the attention of the LPC biologists who were able to help the bird before releasing it back into the wild.
This year's loon laid two eggs on May 21 and, according to biologists, viewers can expect to see the eggs hatch around June 17 if everything goes normally.
To see the live feed of the loon nest, and a chance at seeing the eggs hatch, visit the Loon Preservation Committee's website.