Red-throated Loon

The least common of the four regularly occurring loon species in the Pribilofs, this species has been seen with increasing frequency in recent years though it is still considered less-than-annual in the islands. Sightings of this species are widely scattered from May to October, with the most records coming during late spring/early summer and late […]

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Arctic Loon

The rarest loon species in the Pribilofs with only about a dozen records, this species is most often seen during the month of June, especially mid-month, though based on the few records it could be seen at nearly any time of the year. A regular migrant into the west-central Aleutians and nesting in northwestern Alaska, […]

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Pacific Loon

The most common loon in the Pribilof Islands, this species is regularly found during the spring and fall, with occasional sightings during the summer as well. It is most common from May 25th-June 10th in the spring with sightings not occurring regularly until at least May 20th. Spring migrants occur across a long period of […]

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Common Loon

This species was first recorded in the Pribilofs in 1968 and has proven to be about annual during the spring and very rare at other times of the year in recent years. Records are widely scattered from mid-May until late June during the spring with a majority of records between May 20th and June 10th […]

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