For fishing aficionados it’s important to be able to distinguish between the different species of fish.
Now the DNR has put a tutorial online to help people distinguish between a native species of fish and a new invasive species that may find it’s way to the Great Lakes. Read more
More than $50,000 has been split among 12 private landowners in northern lower Michigan to improve wildlife habitat.
A long-time DNR biologist has been recognized with a state award. Read more
Kirtland’s Warbler. Photo by Dan Kennedy, Michigan DNR.
The Kirtland’s Warber, an endangered bird species that nests almost exclusively in northern Michigan, has made a remarkable comeback over the last 40 years. The bird’s population has recovered so much that steps are now being taken to eventually remove it from the endangered species list.
Image courtesy Google Earth.
The Michigan National Guard and the Department of Natural Resources are having preliminary discussions about a possible expansion of Camp Grayling, using state-owned land.
For some drivers looking for a change of road scenery the DNR has announced a free off-road vehicle, or ORV, weekend early next month. Read more
Nearly ¾ of a million dollars will be used to help brush up habitats for wildlife around the state.
Michigan announced this week its initial $1 million investment into the new Aquatic Habitat Grant program.
Swine species native far from Michigan, or the US for that matter, may be threatening Michigan life and resources.
Many of us begin our day with a cup of coffee, and starting this week, Michiganders could end their day with one and with the DNR.