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Come spring: The walleyes move out of Saginaw Bay

MLive (4/6)

Researchers have been following the walleye's whereabouts for a few years and are still puzzled by the reasons behind the fish's long journey out of Saginaw Bay.

Great Lakes Pelagic Bird Stakeholder Engagement Workshop


Hosted by the Great Lakes Wind Collaborative, this workshop will convene conservation stakeholders, federal/state agencies, and wildlife researchers to discover the latest avian resource data and begin to shape a research agenda for the future. The workshop takes place May 29-30 in Ann Arbor, Mich.

Biological station to get makeover

The Alpena News (4/2)

The United States Geological Survey's Hammond Bay Biological Station in Millersberg, Mich., will get a $6-$8 million makeover, and the public is welcome to comment on a draft environmental assessment through April.

GLMRIS public meeting transcripts


The Great Lakes and Mississippi River Interbasin Study (GLMRIS) Team has released the public meeting transcripts for the GLMRIS report. The public meetings were held during January and February of 2014 to discuss the contents of the GLMRIS Report, and to accept comments and questions from the public.

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