Looking at them, you wouldn’t guess that the unisexual Ambystoma salamanders are any different than the other members of what was once considered their group.
These interlopers were previously grouped with five other mole salamander species: the tiger salamanders with yellow stripes; the blue-spotted salamander, marked as its name suggests; the brownish smallmouth salamander and Jefferson salamander; and the pale streamside salamander.
There’s a special weather statement issued by Environment Canada for Bruce, Grey, Perth, Huron and Wellington Counties.
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In “Restore, Release,” volunteers work to preserve a historic Great Lakes lighthouse, a Chicago community finds new life through embracing its past, and high school students learn about Native American culture with the help of lake sturgeon.
A voluntary conservation program will be relaunched in the Western Lake Erie Basin, Lake Macatawa, and Saginaw Bay watersheds through a partnership among Michigan state and federal agriculture agencies and regional conservation districts. The effort is expected pull in $40 million in federal funds toward protecting land and water resources. Read the full story by…
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory posted satellite imagery on its Facebook page Friday showing how the hues dotted land near Lake Superior. Read the full story by The Detroit News. Read the full story Tags: Detroit, Daily News
Ann Arbor, Mich. – The Invasive Mussel Collaborative (IMC) today announced the release of a coordination tool to help protect the Great Lakes basin from the impacts of invasive mussels. The new “Dreissena Project Coordination Mapper” allows researchers and managers to share their work and collaborate with others for the advancement and protection of waterways…