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On Isle Royale, fate of summer cabins pits nature against family history-
After a decade of debate between cabin users and those who object to their exclusive hold on public property, park officials are crafting long-term plans for the roughly 200 rustic cabins, outhouses, park buildings and other structures that speckle the shores of Isle Royale and its out-islands in Lake Superior.00
Fire on Michigan’s remote Isle Royale 15 percent contained-
A wildfire on Michigan’s remote Isle Royale has been about 15% percent contained and crews have saved some historic cabins from encroaching flames, an official said Wednesday.
Trails, camps closed on Isle Royale after wildfire expands-
A wildfire that’s burned about 200 acres on Michigan’s remote Isle Royale has prompted the National Park Service to close some trails and campground areas on the wilderness island.
Scientists: Pup births hopeful sign for Isle Royale wolves-
Wolf pups have been spotted again on Isle Royale, a hopeful sign in the effort to rebuild the predator species’ population at the Lake Superior national park.
Relocated Isle Royale wolves form groups, reduce moose herd-
“They’re having no trouble finding and preying on moose, and that’s really significant,” said wildlife ecologist Rolf Peterson.
Virus upsets summer plans for Isle Royale park-
Camping might become available by late June or July but there will be no ferry service.
Longtime superintendent of Isle Royale National Park retires-
Phyllis Green stepped down Friday as head of the remote park in northwestern Lake Superior. She held the position for 18 years.