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With the constantly shifting water levels and conditions a wide variety of birds, plants and animals can take advantage of the habitat. Because of this diversity and the presence of rich soils, wetlands provide shelter and homes to not just larger mammals and birds, but also insects, invertebrates, bacteria, algae and decaying plants. Combined, these smaller organisms create a solid foundation for a rich food chain.

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Great Lakes marshes are valuable wetland habitats, full of nutrients that help support diverse plant and animal life. They also provide ecological services such as water filtration and flood protection along the coast. However, many marsh habitats are threatened by pollution, development and non-native aquatic invasive species, like Phragmites.

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This poster helps you find clues on identifying the duck as a dabbler or diver. An eye-catching poster that provides an intriguing glimpse into the world of fish identification.
Crayfishes of Michigan
List Price: $10.00
Price: $10.00
Explore the wild world of freshwater crayfish! This 26" x 37" poster showcases 10 types of native and invasive crayfish commonly found in Michigan’s rivers, lakes, and streams. Full-color images and detailed descriptions help make identification a breeze.
A compilation of recipes and cooking techniques using lake Whitefish, a wild and native species of the Great Lakes.
Guide to Great Lakes Coastal Plants
Price: $26.95
Sale Price: $20.75
The definitive book for identifying the rich diversity of plant life throughout Great Lakes coastal and wetlands areas. Use this handy waterproof guide for successful Great Lakes fish identification.
Comprehensive guide to plants in Michigan. Fantastic resource for the professional or casual student of natural resources.