It takes a village: How Michigan conservation groups work together to benefit wildlife

They come from every corner of Michigan to join forces in conserving the state’s great outdoors. In northern Oakland County, they’re focused on the Highland Recreation Area. Up near Gaylord, their work can be found in the Pigeon River Country… Read more “It takes a village: How Michigan conservation groups work together to benefit wildlife”

Teamwork, grants boost wildlife conservation efforts across Michigan

Did you know it is easy to turn your backyard into a Michigan conservation project — and that you could get a grant to help you pay for it? Through the Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Habitat Grant ProgramRead more “Teamwork, grants boost wildlife conservation efforts across Michigan”

Need trout? Michigan nets national reputation as trout fishing mecca

The last Saturday in April is better than Christmas for Michigan trout fishers. “Opening day of trout season is an exciting day for anyone who fishes. It’s the day when streams that have been closed all winter to protect spawning… Read more “Need trout? Michigan nets national reputation as trout fishing mecca”

Winter is a hot time for bird-watching in Southeast Michigan

Cabin fever setting in? Then bundle up, grab your binoculars and head outside for some winter bird-watching. “The great thing about the Detroit area is there’s actually a lot of cool winter birding to do,” said Bailey Lininger, Detroit Audubon… Read more “Winter is a hot time for bird-watching in Southeast Michigan”

Celebrate Thanksgiving with a turkey conservation lesson

The Exchange - WZZM Thursday, November 15, 2018 By the turn of the 20th century, an estimated 100,000 wild turkeys had vanished from Michigan's landscape. Thanks to a massive conservation effort over the last 50 years, there are now more… Read more “Celebrate Thanksgiving with a turkey conservation lesson”

Continuing the conservation of Michigan’s wildlife

This month, more than half a million Michiganders are expected to head out to wooded areas across the state to participate in the annual firearm deer season. These men, women and children represent a wide range of cultures, economic backgrounds… Read more “Continuing the conservation of Michigan’s wildlife”
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