Arctic Loon, Gavia arctica
Size: L: 65 cm. Wt: 1000-2450 g. Males and females similar. Breeding birds not seen on Great Lakes. Winter: bill grey, very straight; crown and nape grey, back darker grey and …

Arctic Loon –
Arctic Loon: Medium loon with straight, stout bill, white … Gavia arctica … resistant inexpensive feeder is ideal for small birds.

Loon – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The North American name loon comes from the bird’s haunting, yodelling cry. … or Red-throated Loon, Gavia stellata. Black-throated Diver or Arctic Loon, Gavia arctica. …

Arctic Loon (Gavia arctica) on Flickr – Photo Sharing!
Arctic Loon (Gavia arctica) Brownsmead Oregon 21 December 2007 . Comments. Life of David says: Look at that fine bird. My wife and I were birding today and also got some keepers.

Arctic Loon – Birdweb
Description of birds found in Washington state … In 1985 the American Ornithologists’ Union split the species formerly known as Arctic Loon (Gavia arctica) into two separate …

Arctic Loon
Arctic Loon (Gavia arctica) – 2 photos: 1: Japan. November 1998. 2: Japan. November 1998.

Black-throated Diver – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Black-throated Diver (Gavia arctica), known in North America as Arctic Loon, is a medium-sized member of the loon or … Scotland: construction, use and effect on breeding success. Bird …

Arctic Loon (Gavia arctica) on Flickr – Photo Sharing!
Arctic Loon (Gavia arctica) Almost certainly the viridigularis … Arctic Loon. Gavia arctica. Oregon. Digiscoped. Gavia arctica viridigularis. Birds of Oregon

Arctic Loon (Gavia arctica) – BirdLife species factsheet
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Gavia definition of Gavia in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
… the common loon, or great northern diver (Gavia immer), a black and white bird about 32 in. (80 cm) long; the red-throated loon (G. stellata); and the Arctic loon (G. arctica).

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