The homepage of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources has something for everyone, whether they are interested in fishing, hunting, or forest conservation. The site is quite easy to navigate, and many of the topical areas are listed on the left-hand side of the homepage. As might be expected, there is information on fishing, hunting and related activities, along with information about the state parks and guides to Michigan wildlife and habitat preservation. Moving along, the site also has information on land use permits, Michigan waterways, and detailed materials on the governance and legislation as it relates to state-owned land. One of the most interesting sections of the site is dedicated to the last known wild wolverine that lived in the state. As it happens this animal is now preserved through the art of taxidermy and it is on display at the Bay City State Recreation Area.


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