ACLP also seeks to minimize anthropogenic impacts on loon populations and other wildlife through a variety of public education projects, including presentations, our website, newsletters, a lead sinker exchange project, and interactive student programs for classes in the Park. Adirondack Park residents and visitors are invited to learn firsthand about conservation of loons and their environment through participation in ACLP’s research and monitoring projects. The results from ACLP’s research and education projects will be used by New York’s wildlife managers and other decision-makers, as well as the public, to ensure that Common Loons remain an integral and vital part of our state’s wildlife heritage, and that the loons’ haunting calls continue to echo across Adirondack lakes for generations to come.