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- Your donations help establish outdoor nature study areas on school grounds.
- The first young peregrine to fledge in Michigan in more than 50 years occurred in the
spring of 1992.
- The Nongame Wildlife Fund encourages the placement of nest boxes which help bluebirds,
one of the 30 cavity nesting birds in Michigan.
- Landscaping tips from the Backyard Wildlife Management brochure can help you invite butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden.
- School children are discovering the benefits of wetlands through education materials.
- A new generation of children can now hear the calls of the more than 100 wolves in the
vast northern forests of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
- Nongame Funds support regular population surveys of common loon spring nesting.
- Nongame Wildlife Funds helped establish a Watchable Wildlife network to promote outdoor recreation. The Wildlife Viewing Guide (a directory to the sites) is available at your local bookstore or
through The Bluebird Box. To discover one of the 121 sites, just look for this binocular logo: