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Daily Archives: April 12, 2012
By Howard Meyerson LANSING – Michigan fish managers are facing a frightening scenario on Lake Michigan: too few prey fish to sustain the salmon population at current stocking levels. The solutions, they say, involve cutting hatchery plants. Michigan’s Department of … Continue reading
LANSING — Controversial legislation aimed at creating more northern wild turkey habitat in Michigan and determining whether disease may be suppressing those populations is on its way to Gov. Rick Snyder for a signature. Senate Bill 412 passed the Michigan … Continue reading
Creeping commercialism: National Park Foundation erred In Licensing Air Fresheners And Tricked Out Trucks
It is happening all across the country: Creeping commercialism is becoming a part of the landscape at state and national parks. More of those entities are turning to corporate sponsorship to help support parks in light of shrinking budgets. That … Continue reading
From the USFWS, shot a Quilcene National Fish Hatchery in Washington state.
From the Michigan Bird Conservation Initiative