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Topics range from fishing and hunting to history and outdoor recreation. This is a weekly feature story sent on Thursday.
- Reeling in the years
- Return of a wanderer
Peregrines can be found on every continent except Antarctica. While it's now fairly common to read about falcons nesting, it wasn't always that way.
- Aboard the DNR's Survey Vessel Steelhead
The Survey Vessel Steelhead set forth from Charlevoix for its first year of fisheries surveys on the lakes in 1968. Since construction of the survey boat, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources has gone on to commission vessels at each of its Great Lakes research stations.
- A visit to a reflecting pond
A reflection on a reflecting pond.
- Fish habitat improved with dam removal project on Dowagiac River in Berrien County
In the southwest corner of Michigan, the Dowagiac River, one of the largest cold-water streams in the region, flows into the mighty St. Joseph River, near the City of Niles. Annual stocking by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources there supports a popular brown trout fishery.