| May 21, 2018
Grab some headphones and a snorkeling mask, and prepare for a concert of whale song
| May 18, 2018
In this video segment, random people answer questions experts believe environmentally literate individuals should know.
| May 17, 2018
A new study done in Ontario and Michigan finds that waterfowl aren’t the only beneficiaries of wetlands management projects and restoration--many other bird and frog species benefit too.
| May 16, 2018
Angling for brook trout? Fourteen U.P. counties -- Menominee is the sole exception -- now have at least one stream where the daily bag limit for brook trout is five rather than 10.
| May 15, 2018
State agencies and their partners are working to save the declining monarch butterfly, which is threatened by the black swallow-wort, an invasive vine that resembles the milkweed plants that monarchs need to eat.
| May 14, 2018
Jim DuFresne recounts his hike through the scenic point-to-point trail near Grayling, Michigan.
| May 11, 2018
In this video segment, random people answer questions experts believe environmentally literate citizens should understand.
| May 11, 2018
They examined strategies for keeping plastic cigar tips, water bottles and bags from harming water quality.
| May 10, 2018
The blood parasites that infect songbirds with avian malaria are far more diverse in Southwest Michigan than scientists knew.
| May 9, 2018
Michigan is among the first states to track cattle with ear tags that emit radio signals, a system livestock officials say should be adopted nationwide to track disease outbreaks.