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Loon fallout continues

5:26 PM, May 12, 2013
Raptor Education Group Inc. Executive Director Marge Gibson weighs a loon that was stranded by a late ice storm. Contributed photo
Raptor Education Group Inc. Executive Director Marge Gibson weighs a loon that was stranded by a late ice storm. Contributed photo
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A storm system that brought ice and rain to central and northern Wisconsin caused problems for a loon population already under siege from unseasonably cold and rainy weather.

The Raptor Education Group, a bird rehabilitation and education center based in Antigo, reported on the group's Facebook page on Sunday that several loons fell to the ground over the weekend.

Wisconsin's late winter and series of cold rains through early May has stranded scores of ...

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