A biologist's research on area lakes has questioned the future of loon populations if current trends continue. Dr. Walter Piper, a professor of biology at Chapman University in California has studied loons on 120 lakes here for more than 25 years. Ken Krall spoke with Dr. Piper about his research.... Dr. Walter Piper speaking with Ken Krall. Not everyone following loons agrees with Dr. Piper's results. In a Milaukee Journal Sentinel story, other researchers say the loon populations are stable...
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