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"Animal Inn"Wildlife- Listed below are just a few examples of the many wildlife species encountered by our forest landowners. In addition, "Attracting Wildlife to Your Property", a video by Michigan Forest Resource Alliance (MFRA) may be available to Alpena Hardboard's Forest Management Program landowners upon request. This 37 minute video discussing enhancing wildlife habitat through forest management.

The Mammals that live or have lived in Michigan are many and varied. (Click on a species for information from e-nature)
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Reptiles and Amphibians
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Birds-There are many, many birds that live in or visit Michigan Forests
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American Bittern Merganser
American Black Duck Merlin
American Coot Mourning Dove
American Crow Mute Swan
American Goldfinch Nashville Warbler
American Kestrel Northern Cardinal
American Redstart Northern Harrier
American Robin Baltimore Oriole
American White Pelican Northern Pintail
American Wigeon Northern Shoveler
American Woodcock Northern Waterthrush
Bald Eagle Oldsquaw
Baltimore Oriole Olive-sided Flycatcher
Barn Swallow Osprey
Barred Owl Peregrine Falcon
Belted Kingfisher Pied-billed Grebe
Black Tern Pileated Woodpecker
Black-and-white Warbler Pine Grosbeak
Blackburnian Warbler Pine Siskin
Black-capped Chickadee Purple Finch
Black-throated Blue Warbler Red-breasted Nuthatch
Blue Bill Red-eyed Vireo
Great Blue Heron Redhead
Blue Jay Red-headed Woodpecker
Blue-winged Teal Red-shouldered Hawk

Fish - Michigan Forests surround and border Michigan Lakes, Streams and Waterways. How we manage our forests can have a direct relationship with our water resources. Here is a list of fish that you may find in Michigan waters.



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