The spring of 2015 was a good one for the loons on the Gordon/St. Croix Flowage. They were able to sort themselves out, choosing mates and territories. By June, seven chicks were observed. Four were with pairs where the river channel enters the Flowage, two were in Chicago Bay and one was seen in the area up from the Dam. One of the pairs in the river channel lost a chick early in the season, but the others were observed into August. The one by the Dam was not seen in September, and only two could be seen in the Main Basin, by the end of the summer, so it is uncertain as to the final outcomes. The pair of chicks in the area of Chicago Bay was seen often and were adult size by the end of the summer. If the chicks survive through the summer and reach adult size, the chance of migration is good, and although there is no accurate observation, we hope the GSCFA loons fared well and are “vacationing” in the south for the winter.