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REACH OUTDOORS: GIVING MICHIGAN YOUTH AN OUTDOORS VOICE

October 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

Reach Outdoors is a weekly blog by MUCC Education Director, Shaun McKeon One of the most common concerns I hear as the educator and camp director is, where are the kids and why the kids aren’t going outside anymore?  My response is often that we can always do a better job of getting kids outdoors.  However,…

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INFOGRAPHIC: DEER VISION – WHAT EVERY HUNTER NEEDS TO KNOW

October 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

From Outdoorhub.com – Click HERE for full story It’s not just about camo and face paint. It’s about science! Ever been “out-eyed” by a buck you were sure couldn’t see you? Maybe you failed to take into account how exactly deer eyesight works. To better mentally equip yourself for deer season this year, check out this infographic…

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WOLF HUNTING QUESTION ON BALLOT – WHAT'S AT STAKE?

October 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

From myFOXDetroit.com – Click HERE for full article and video interview. When voters head to the polls on Nov. 4, they’ll be asked to decide the future of wolf hunting in the state. The long endangered species has made a comeback. There are now roughly 675 wolves roaming mostly in the Upper Peninsula. The numbers were so…

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