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Live in the D – WDIV
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
As the weather cools down, Michigan wildlife begin gearing up for winter. Species like squirrels gather food, many species of birds migrate south, and other animals prepare to hibernate during the winter months. All year long, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources works to ensure that these species have what they need to survive Michigan's cold winter months - including everything from an adequate food supply to proper habitat.
To learn more about the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, visit michigan.gov/DNR.