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Spotlight on the St. Clair River
The St. Clair River is a world-class fishing and boating destination, and home to a rich diversity of wildlife. But over the last century, the 44-mile stretch of river has been the site of exponential human activity. People have bored pipelines bored into and out of it, added seawalls along its banks and dredged channels into its riverbed. These changes maximize the waterway’s usefulness, but create challenges for the fish, amphibians, insects, birds and mammals that also call the area home. “Development along the St. Clair River wasn’t always made with wildlife in mind, but fortunately great work is being taken to remedy these issues,” said Matt Pedigo, chair of the Michigan Wildlife Council.




 
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