My sister-in-law lives on Flat Iron Road across from the Goetchius Preserve.  
She noticed that a Common Loon must have gotten sucked through a culvert from 
the large pond on the other side of the road and is now stuck in a small stream 
with only around 100 ft running upsteam in which to take off.  I know Loons 
need a large body of water for take off.  Is there anyone who would know what 
to do in this situation?

Thanks for any advice or assistance,
Glen
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