A new study shows a glimmer of hope for bats affected by white-nose syndrome.
Bigheaded carp are a big threat to yellow perch, according to a new model that forecasts what would happen over the next several decades if bighead and silver carp made it into Lake Huron’s Saginaw Bay.
Once as many as nine types of ciscoes roamed the Great Lakes, playing a key role in the food web.
The first invasive grass carp capable of reproducing in Michigan was caught this spring during an annual fish survey by the Department of Natural Resources.
There’s new research showing that pigs in the north root up native plants and rob the soil of key nutrients plants need to flourish.
In a time of extreme polarization, a recent study has found something the American public can agree on.
Anglers are at risk of contracting E. coli while fishing in the Pine River, according to a recent study.
The Michigan DNR and Michigan Wildlife Council are counting the state’s frogs and toads because of concern over threats to their species. We hear from an MSU Museum herpetologist and a DNR wildlife biologist.
Arctic grayling, a fish known for its sail-like dorsal fin and that died out in Michigan in the 1930s, could be making a comeback in Michigan.
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has logged more than 1,000 public comments on a proposed rule that would give state agencies more choices in controlling cormorants that some anglers complain eat too many fish in the Great Lakes and inland waters….
The bee’s population has mysteriously declined, falling by nearly 90 percent since the early 2000s. In 2017, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service designated it an endangered species.
Since the 1970s, the Blanchard’s cricket frog has gone missing from much of the northern portion of its range. But experts say their fate may be looking up.