The Common Loon has four distinct calls- the yodel, the hoot, the tremolo, and the wail. The tremolo is perhaps the most recognizable. Loons go to the top-most areas of North America for mating season in the Spring thru early fall, and then fly to the coastal East for the winter. During the winter, they also moult their dressy black and white plumage in favor of a dull brown.
This patch, featuring the Common Loon in mating season colors, is approximately 4" long and 2" tall. Iron-on option is available. Sew-on patches are intended to be sewn on with a machine, and iron-on patches will come with instructions.