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Baby Animal Season:  Keeping wildlife wild!

April 24, 2024 By Jolene Weick, Park Interpreter Spring has sprung and that means Mother Nature is showing off her skills again. The trees are finally showing signs of life, the grass is greener, the ephemerals have come and gone,…

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Harnessing the Potential of Lawns

April 17, 2024 By: Alexis Olechowski, Interpretive staff As you stroll through an American neighborhood, what catches your eye? Often, it's the sight of scattered trees and shrubs amid expansive, meticulously manicured lawns. Traditionally, these lawns have been pristine carpets…

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The Most Beneficial Gardener Is a Lazy One!

April 3, 2024 By: Alexis Olechowski, Park Interpreter As we gaze upon our frost-kissed gardens, tradition nudges us toward a fall cleanup and a “clean slate” come spring. But fret not, for here's your official approval to postpone! From leaf-raking…

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Snakes in the Snow

January 24, 2024 By Alexis Olechowski Michigan undergoes a captivating transformation into a winter wonderland as snow blankets its landscapes, and temperatures plummet to frigid levels. While some might associate this season with hibernation and stillness, the state's wildlife is…

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Resolve to See More Wildlife in 2024

December 27, 2023 By Erin Parker, Interpretive Services Supervisor Wrapping up the end of one calendar year can be a great time to reflect on the previous twelve months and look ahead to the next. What went well in 2023?…

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Owls in Winter

December 13, 2023 Paul Cypher, Park Interpreter Winter is on its way. Whether we have feet of snow or mild temps with slop, we need to be prepared. What’s on your list of things to do? Get the snowblower ready…

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