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Michigan's Wildlife

Funded by hunting and fishing dollars

$61 million for
wildlife conservation

When people purchase a hunting or fishing license, they are actually funding wildlife conservation and management activities across the state. Hunting and fishing licenses – not state taxes – fund efforts to protect endangered species, maintain wildlife habitats and help keep Michigan’s natural resources abundant so they can be used and enjoyed
for generations to come.

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  • Photography at Pointe Mouillee State Game Area
    Photography at Pointe Mouillee State Game Area