New Hampshire's Loon Center Is A 200-Acre Nature Sanctuary On Lake Winnipesaukee
By Michelle|Published June 21, 2021
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Anyone who loves lake life here in New Hampshire knows that the call of the loon is an especially beautiful part of the experience. As the sun sets, the unique and unmistakable call comes over the water and there’s a sense that everything is as it should be. We often wonder about these birds and now we’ve got a place to learn all about them! And, sitting right on the banks of Lake Winnipesaukee means that you can add this to a fun long weekend at the lake.
The Loon Center at the Frederick and Paula Anna Markus Wildlife Sanctuary is open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can learn more about it by visiting their website or following them on Facebook. They can be reached on 603-476-5666.