State looks to kick off another banner year of fishing with Free Fishing Weekend June 12-13

Record-setting fishing activity in 2020 provided boost to Michigan economy, conservation efforts Michiganders and visitors purchased a record 1.5 million state fishing licenses in 2020 – a jump from 1.3 million sold in 2019 as the pandemic brought an influx… Read more “State looks to kick off another banner year of fishing with Free Fishing Weekend June 12-13”

Anyone can pitch in to help nurture Michigan’s monarch butterfly population

As monarchs return, Michiganders urged to welcome them with milkweed, nectar flowers Monarch butterflies apparently can make a conservationist out of anyone. “The thing about them is that they’re seen in all settings throughout Michigan — urban, suburban and rural,”… Read more “Anyone can pitch in to help nurture Michigan’s monarch butterfly population”

Find out more about wildlife you can see during Michigan’s winter months

WILX-TV - Studio 10 Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021 Even though it’s cold outside, there are still lots of great wildlife that can be spotted during the winter months in Michigan. If you’re a bird lover, you’re certainly in luck because… Read more “Find out more about wildlife you can see during Michigan’s winter months”

The importance of conservation for the diversity of our birds

WOOD-TV - eightWest Monday, January 25, 2021 We all play a role in conserving Michigan’s great outdoors, we can see the reward of that conservation in the diversity of birds visiting Michigan in the winter. Stephanie Beilke is a conservation… Read more “The importance of conservation for the diversity of our birds”

Importance of Hunting and Fishing in Michigan

FOX47 Morning Blend Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020 Fall is prime hunting season in Michigan. Many seasons are currently underway. Jeff Poet, a member of Michigan Wildlife Council, spoke on hunting and fishing in Michigan. Hunting and fishing benefit the entire… Read more “Importance of Hunting and Fishing in Michigan”

Grayling are poised for a comeback in Michigan

For Ed Eisch, the ongoing effort to reintroduce the grayling to northern Michigan streams is nothing less than an opportunity to right what he considers a historical wrong. After all, the fish’s demise in Michigan more than a century ago… Read more “Grayling are poised for a comeback in Michigan”
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