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Michigan Wildlife Viewing Guide

The Michigan Wildlife Viewing Guide will lead you to 121 of the best locations in Michigan for viewing wildlife, from wolves and moose on Isle Royale to the thousands of migrating waterfowl along the shores of Lake Erie. The guide contains full-color photographs of these Michigan natural areas, along with maps and directions to each featured site. In addition, the guide explains where and when to look for wildlife, provides helpful viewing tips, and includes brief descriptions of ecological concepts critical to wildlife conservation in the Great Lakes State.  
     Some sites listed in the guide are well-known around the world, such as Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and Seney National Wildlife Refuge. Others are relatively little known, such as Huron County Nature Center and Kitchel Dunes Preserve.  
     Published in close cooperation with the National Heritage Program, Wildlife Division, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, 10 percent of the profit from the Michigan Wildlife Viewing Guide will go to the Michigan Nongame Wildlife Fund to help preserve habitat and ensure that the state's natural splendor will be protected.

Publication Date: December 31st, 1994
152 pages| 6 in x 9 in
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Phil T. Seng is a wildlife biologist and public relations specialist with D. J. Case and Associates, a firm specializing in communications about wildlife.

Paperback
$9.95 USD
ISBN: 9780870133503

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