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November 5, 2021
Are you seeing birds on the move?
With November finally bringing some colder temperatures, many folks in the North are saying goodbye to beloved timberdoodles, while our friends down south are ready for their return.
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Michigan is a state in the Midwestern region of the United States, bordered by the Lake Superior and Canada to the north; Lake Huron and Canada to the east; Ohio and Indiana to the south; and the Lake Michigan and Wisconsin to the west. The state’s natural resources are managed by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
The department is committed to the conservation, protection, management, use and enjoyment of the state’s natural and cultural resources for current and future generations. The department oversees 11,000 inland lakes, 3,300 miles of Great Lakes shoreline, and tens of thousands of miles of rivers and streams. The DNR has six fish hatcheries, which produce more than 700,000 pounds of fish every year, and provides 8 million acres of public hunting land, including 4.5 million acres managed by DNR. The department manages 400,000 acres in more than 70 state wildlife areas and protects 400 species of animals, including the birds and mammals that sustain our rich hunting heritage and nongame wildlife, including threatened and endangered species.
Per the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation, Michigan has more than 1,938,000 hunters and fishermen who spend $4.8 billion annually and support 72,462 jobs. For more information on hunting and fishing in Michigan please visit www.michigan.gov and for information on traveling to Michigan visit www.michigan.org.