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Common Loon (Gavia immer) - Loon painted by Daniel Smith

A native bird to the open waters of northern USA and Canada, the Loons are the symbol of freedom and endless space.
At dawn you can wake up to the call of the Loon mystified to observe as these noble birds play on the lake. The endless divers prove their parental skills as their chicks are taxiing on their parents back.

Perfect by design, in their back and white tuxedo, they are so magnificent. Once you saw them you never forget them.
Their home is our home - perfectly designed by Mother Nature.

Save the Earth - there is only one!

Photography on our Web site by:

Interior Design photos by:
Tamas Andrasi, Gabor Fenyes, Gabor Nemeth, Peter Szekely
CAD graphics by Csaba Szasz
Credits: Illustrations to some articles were borrowed from ABC (www.abc.com), BGH (www.bhg.com), KARE (www.kare.de), O&L (www.osborneandlittle.com), VITRA (www.vitra.de) - thanks for Google for the rest...
The banner is based on the original art of Warren Kimble (USA)

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