August 14, 2008 RSS feed / Outdoors

WAITING TO WEED WHACK

Operator Mark McPherson of Mike's Clearwater Harvesting, Clarkston, waits for a tool to make a repair on his harvester Friday. More...

Groups asked to participate in conservation expo

The Crawford-Roscommon Conservation District is inviting conservation-related groups and nature crafters to participate in its third Conservation Expo. At the Sept. More...

North Higgins park to host 'Fall Festival'

The North Higgins Lake State Park will celebrate its second annual Fall Festival Sept. 27. More...

Photos

BIG BUCKETMOUTH Jacob Tomlinson, 9, of Lake James caught this 18-inch largemouth bass while fishing from his own dock. Tomlinson made the remarkable catch on Aug. 1. (Courtesy photo) More...

Antlerless permit deadline near

Department of Natural Resources wildlife officials are reminding hunters that the application deadline for antlerless deer licenses is Aug. 15. A hunter may only apply for one antlerless deer license- either a public or private land. More...

Oak wilt cases on the rise

Homeowners in Roscommon County should be on the lookout for a deadly tree problem that is beginning to show up more frequently. It's called Oak Wilt disease. More...

CAUGHT AND RELEASED ON LAKE JAMES

Mia Brigolin, 6; Bella Brigolin, 4; and Dominic Brigolin, 11, were visiting their grandparents Garry and Dori Brigolin of Lake James July 31 when they caught and released these large bullfrogs and an 18- inch largemouth bass. More...

Hydrilla hunters sought

Michigan Sea Grant is looking for volunteers to check the state's Great Lakes bays, inland lakes and other waterways for the invasive aquatic plant Hydrilla verticillata this summer and fall. More...

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