Larry The Loon by Judith McMurray

Summary
<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Larry The Loon by Judith McMurray -  | Susan Gosevitz
Purpose/Mission: 
Larry the Loon by Judith McMurray is a national best seller childrens' book that promotes conservation awareness about the plight of our loons on our lakes.
Start/End Date: 
Friday, 15 April, 2011 to Sunday, 1 April, 2018

This childrens' book was written to promote conservation awareness about the plight of our loons on our lakes. The Tobin island Artists together with Robert Bateman collaborated on the story and produced original art for this book. The story was based on a true story of an injuried loon found in the bay at our cottage on Lake Rosseau, Muskoka. A boat had hit and injured this loon so it could not fly and dive for its food in the lake. It was fed fish by hand then taken to a wildlife sanctuary. Two endings, one about euthanasia and a happy ending (parents can choose). Careless boating unjures loons every summer on our lakes and destroys loons' nest by our lakes shorelines. Proceeds from this book are directed to The Bateman Foundation and Canadian Wildlife Federation.

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