New mosaic exhibition highlights conservation success stories

A large photo mosaic depitcts a grey and yellow songbird
 
 
FOX17 Morning Mix
Tuesday, February 11, 2020

A new exhibit is officially open at the Michigan History Center in Lansing, featuring six one-of-a-kind photo mosaics celebrating Michigan’s greatest wildlife conservation success stories. The goal of the exhibit is to educate the public of the benefits of outdoor recreational activities such as hunting and fishing.

The photo mosaics were crafted with the hands of over 10,000 people to highlight the six species the state is working to conserve through active management efforts. Thanks to hunting and fishing license fees - amounting to at total of about $60 million a year - these conservation activities can take place.

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