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Great Lakes Wildlife: The Great Lakes Now Episode Quiz-
Test your knowledge on a small, venomous catfish, a Great Lakes docuseries and “The Catch.”00
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Extinctions, shrinking habitat spur ‘rewilding’ in cities-
Animal and plant species are dying off at an alarming rate. Their plight is stirring calls for “rewilding” places where they thrived until driven out by development, pollution and climate change.
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Opposition to CAFOs Mounts Across the Nation-
Toxic manure discharges from large livestock operations is a major source of water pollution.
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Michigan hunters say 252,000 deer killed in firearms season with new rules-
This year, hunters were required to report their deer kills, a move wildlife managers say will help the state better manage Michigan’s growing herds.
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Michigan’s outdoor recreation boom is becoming a business boom-
Michigan’s COVID-19 outdoor recreation boom has produced a subsequent business boom, according to a new federal report on the state’s outdoor scene.
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Uncertainty for Michigan rivers, residents as Consumers reconsiders its 13 dams-
The dams are expensive to maintain and are harmful to rivers and fish. But their reservoirs bring visitors that help support small communities.
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With wolf plan complete, Michiganders lobby state on possibility of a hunt-
Though wolf hunting is banned at the federal level, hunting advocates want Michigan to lay the groundwork for a hunt should federal protections end.