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Jessica VanGinhoven
· February 1, 2018
I strongly support the mission of the MI Birds program. There are so many different ways to enjoy and support wildlife. Some of us may be hunters, others birders, but we all have the same conservation goals.
Mary Ann Tomaszewski
· January 29, 2018
Interesting and fun posts, plus a lot of good information here. Love it!
Sandy Byzewski
· May 16, 2017
Had lost of bird nests around the house killdeer, mallard, & robins. Unfortunately the killdeer & mallard eggs got eaten by the minks that live under the neighbors shed. The good news the robins eggs ...hatched on Saturday four bald baby robins w/big mouths are fine & another mama mallard came to visit w/her 12 freshly hatched ducklings yesterday! See More
Moira Maus
· October 11, 2017
What a great idea to focus on MI birds - well done!
Robert G House
· May 13, 2017
Well I am a big fan of birds, migration information, habits and habitats, a big like for the facebook page.
Conrad Ausmus
· May 12, 2017
Great site, great pictures, great information. It's Michigan and it's birds. What could be bad?
Lyndia Fox
· May 11, 2017
Love sites like this! Beautiful pictures. Wonderful.
Richard McEndarffer
· May 11, 2017
Very nice site. Love to watch the birds all over our State!
Tom Arndts
· May 11, 2017
Wonderful idea - masterfully executed! Well done!
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Muskegon Wastewater System birding tour
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MI Bird's Caleb Putnam visits Murphy Lake State Game Area in Tuscola County to search for the state-threatened Louisiana Waterthrush. State Game Areas aren't only available for hunters: non-hunters and recreationists of all stripes are welcome (check your local regulations and hunting seasons). These amazing places offer a great chance to view rare wildlife and just spend quality time in the great outdoors. So get out there and explore your local State Game Area or State Wildlife Area, and see what you can discover!
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Are "locavores," (those who prefer to eat locally-sourced foods) the next big hunters? These two groups have more in common than you might think.

WSB: Tapping into locavores as potential hunters By Dana Kobilinsky Posted on October 31, 2017 Nutritionists with the USDA Agricultural Marketing Service prepare strawberry salsa with local foods. Locavores, or people who prefer to eat local foods, may show some interest in hunting, according to rec...
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Beautiful American Wigeon pair on the new special edition Michigan duck stamp. Proceeds are used to fund wetland habitat projects, with 10 percent used to match DNR funding for purchasing, restoring and enhancing wetlands, which benefits all wetland species.