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Onaway, Michigan

First timer?  In this formerly once-a-day blog (and now pretty much a once-every-four-or-five days blog), I use an app that provides a random latitude and longitude that puts me somewhere in the continental United States (the lower 48).  2,409 more words

I Spy our First Sturgeon

The wind ripped out of the south ushering in record warm temperatures. Thermometers were creeping into the 70’s in mid February. The maples had been duped by faux arrival of spring, their branches teemed with red buds along the banks. 420 more words

Bridges: We Drive Over them, Sturgeon Swim Under Them

I’ve finally emerged from a long blogging hiatus. This emergence coincides with an emergence from my troglodytic existence in the basement of ABNR Building on Mizzou’s campus. 598 more words

12 Fish You Should Never, Ever Eat ... Prevention

Steer clear of this seafood that’s bad for you and the environment

By Emily Main, Prevention

 One fish, two fish, bad-for-you-fish. Yes fish, no fish, red fish…OK fish? 2,004 more words

United States

Lake Sturgeon, Ice Coverage, and Tree Identification: this week in environmental news

Seasonal lake sturgeon releases put nearly 8,000 fish into Michigan waters (Michigan DNR): The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and several partners released more than 7,800 juvenile lake sturgeon into various public waters across the state this summer and fall in an effort to rehabilitate this culturally significant fish species. 369 more words

Michigan Nature Association

Removing Hogansburg dam = Restoring nature and culture in Upstate NY

Near the mouth of the St. Regis River in Franklin County, New York, are the final remnants of the Hogansburg Hydroelectric Dam.

The 330-foot-long dam blocked migrating fish and hindered a way of life for over 85 years. 786 more words

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Sturgeon

One of the most fascinating fish to observe and track is the fantastic sturgeon. There are many species of sturgeon. The lake sturgeon, for example, is an evolutionary ancient bottom feeder that primarily inhabits large river and lake systems in Canadian and the U.S.  277 more words

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