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The loon has disappeared in Wisconsin - from the state income tax form, that is

9:25 AM, Feb. 27, 2013
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This tax filing season, donors can no longer "look for the loon," the traditional slogan referencing the icon in the donation section of the Wisconsin income tax form to aid filers in gifting a portion of their tax return to the state Endangered Resources Fund.

Though donations through the tax check-off program can still be made, this year's message asks donors "Where did the loon go?" because recent legislation removed all such icons from the tax forms.

"Losing a species on the tax form is one thing. Losing a species from the landscape is obviously something entirely different," said Erin ...

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