| April 10, 2018
The controversial waterfowl can destroy habitats and property, but researchers say cormorant culls can hurt the other bird species they're meant to protect.
| March 26, 2018
Male sex hormones like testosterone help battle mercury contamination in Great Lakes fish, researchers say.
| March 5, 2018
A coastal protection program that generated an estimated $86.9 million in economic impact across six Great Lakes offices in 2016 has again been zeroed out in the federal budget proposal after strong lawmaker support successfully restored funding to the...
| February 19, 2018
A single pair of the shorebirds nested along the lake last summer for the first time in 60 years. They're an encouragement to the wildlife managers who are reclaiming the plover's old habitat.
| February 8, 2018
Researchers say lake trout have flexible diets--calming fears that the resurgent species is competing with salmon for the dwindling supply of alewife in the Great Lakes.
| January 20, 2018
Sturgeons project their jawbones from their skulls, creating the suction they need to vacuum food from lake beds.
| January 15, 2018
Toledo and Lucas County officials are leading the fight to curb Ohio's algae-feeding pollutants. It's a role they say should be played by the U.S. EPA.
| December 1, 2017
Walleye populations in Lake Huron and the Saginaw Bay have bounced back powerfully, just a few decades after they came close to disappearing. Some scientists worry that perch are paying the price.
| November 28, 2017
Great Lakes researchers hope that year-long recording of underwater sounds near Puerto Rico could lead to similar recording of fish and other watery sounds here.
| November 22, 2017
Scientists in Wisconsin are raising the next generation of this endangered fish. Some of these sturgeon could someday grow to lengths of up to eight feet and weigh 800 pounds.