Michigan alone has 75 count circles; Michigan DNR and Audubon Great Lakes working together for conservation.
New policy could help cities resolve urban deer conflicts in the heavily populated region.
“The fact that we have likely found so many additional CWD-positive deer is a major concern for Michigan’s deer population."
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According to Michigan DNR statistics, more than 7,500 people 80 years old or older bought a deer hunting license in 2016 and sales this year point toward that trend continuing.
Pungent, sometimes toxic blobs are fouling waterways from the Great Lakes to Chesapeake Bay.
Michigan’s hunters and anglers have long known the feeling: a deep connection to the state’s forests and waters and a strong desire to conserve them for future generations. Now, the Michigan Wildlife Council is working to crystallize similar sentiments among…
The DNR effort left the author scratching his head, with more questions than answers.
Roughly 30,000 people buy fur harvester licenses in Michigan every year, about half of whom are trappers.
Wakefield and Watersmeet check stations help ‘Keep the U.P. CWD free’ efforts.
State fisheries managers recently ended a trout stocking program in Lake Superior because hatchery-raised fish are no longer necessary to increase the population.
Contest has drawn 353 entries from 27 countries.
King salmon has helped create a multibillion-dollar sport fishery in the Great Lakes, but ripple effects of invasive species have left the fish's future uncertain.
The event, scheduled July 12-15 in Mason, Mich., will feature a trap-shooting competition for the highest-qualifying student athletes and teams throughout all affiliated state high school clay target leagues in the nation.
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