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Michigan DNR sent this bulletin at 12/17/2014 10:55 AM EST Upper Peninsula DNR News For Immediate Release Dec. 17, 2014 Contact: Lt. Peter Wright, 906-228-6561 or Debbie Munson Badini, 906-226-1352 DNR conservation officers seek information on Baraga County moose poaching Conservation officers with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources are seeking information regarding the illegal killing of a…[Read More...]
This show is all about Fishing tackle, Fishing trips, Fishing boats and Features: Lake Ultimate, Trout Pond, Hawg Trough, Seminar Stages, Rock Wall, Fish Fry and more. Detroit is the largest freshwater fishing market in the U.S. …and now it has the largest pure fishing show in the Midwest! The Ultimate Fishing Show – Detroit…[Read More...]
December 17, 2014 / Drew YoungeDyke / Make A Comment / Blog, Habitat, Livin' Wild Wednesdays, News, OTG, Proposal G, Right to Hunt, Fish, Trap, Shoot, Scientific Management, Volunteer, WildLife Wednesday
Michigan’s hunters, anglers and trappers accomplished big things in 2014, and they were possible only because individuals volunteered their time and effort to get things done. From policy wins like the Scientific Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act to On the Ground habitat projects, I was lucky this year to get a front row seat to…[Read More...]
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By Breelynn Martin for 9and10news.com Elk poaching is on the rise in Northern Michigan and it has the Department of Natural Resources and conservation groups taking action. Since the start of firearm deer season, the DNR says they’ve had five to seven cases of elk poaching. That is more cases than usual. The illegally killed…[Read More...]
Yes, I’m sure the 2014 Firearm Deer Season has probably gotten a lot of hunters riled up, especially in the Upper Peninsula. Individuals that live in or hunt in the U.P. have often jumped on the “one buck” bandwagon after a poor year and almost always I hear it is “the DNR’s fault”. Sometimes, people…[Read More...]
Twenty-six volunteers joined staff from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Division and Michigan United Conservation Clubs to improve wildlife habitat at the Allegan State Game Area on December 13. Many of the volunteers came from Boy Scout Troop 147, who joined hunters and trappers to cut down aging aspen stands so that young…[Read More...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 15, 2014 Contact: Drew YoungeDyke, Field Manager | 517.346.6486 | firstname.lastname@example.org LANSING—The groups supporting Citizens for Professional Wildlife Management are doubling the reward offered by the Department of Natural Resources to catch poachers who killed two wolves recently in the Upper Peninsula. Citizens for Professional Wildlife Management was the ballot question…[Read More...]
by John Barnes, from MLive.com Michigan’s largest conservation organization is expected to push for changes in laws that have vast differences in fines for illegally killing elk versus trophy deer. Drew Youngedyke, spokesman for the Michigan United Conservation Clubs, says the organization likely will take up the matter by this summer’s June convention. Under a…[Read More...]
by Shaun McKeon, MUCC Education Director In the last REACH blog we talked about the idea of nature play and allowing children to explore the environment on their own. This week we are going to present some ideas to help kick start the imagination of the kids. The key component of nature play is that…[Read More...]
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