The Saginaw Bay Sturgeon organization has been spearheading a push in recent years to reintroduce sturgeon into the Saginaw Bay Watershed as a part of a larger statewide, multi-year rehabilitation plan to develop self-sustaining sturgeon populations across the state. Before releasing the sturgeon, they will be fitted with a PIT tag that will help researchers track the sturgeon as they travel through the river system and into the Saginaw Bay. Read the full story by MLive.
Londoners are coming together Monday to remember the Afzaal family on the first anniversary of a hit-and-run crash that killed four members of the London Muslim family in a collision police allege was deliberate, the family targeted because of their faith.
Tribal and state officials are warning against harassment of spearfishers as the Indigenous harvest season starts in northern Wisconsin. Read the full story by the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Read the full story
By Doug Kennedy The Kincardine U13 won the team of the year at the annual meeting of the Ontario Baseball Association on Friday night. Tyler Bauman won the U13 rep … Continue reading Kincardine scores big at the Ontario Baseball Awards →
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The Lake Huron Coastal Centre is looking for community scientists to help monitor the Lake Huron Shoreline in Ontario, Canada. A group of volunteers called Coastwatchers collect data on weather conditions, algae blooms, plastic pollution, human activity, erosion, and wildlife once a week from May until October. Read the full story by Bayshore Broadcasting. Read…
A survey of lake sturgeon, a species that dates back to the time of dinosaurs, will count juveniles in Northern Michigan’s Black Lake for the first time since 2013. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story