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Old 12-26-2018, 10:35 AM   #73
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Originally Posted by Taz View Post
My point was it's not just boats that are bad for loons. Many shoreline property owners don't want to acknowledge that.
I agree completely that virtually all development and human activity at the scale that Winni experiences has a negative impact on loons or other aspects of the environment. But I'm pretty sure you're not suggesting that none of us use the lake.

Instead the reasonable conclusion is that we should all trim back a bit in ways that are relatively easy. Just for example--the waterfront homeowners you point at (and I'm included in this category) should make sure to have natural buffers between their houses at the water, not broad green lawns with fertilizer.
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