Want to improve public land habitat for the game you hunt? We have four straight weekends of volunteer wildlife habitat projects occuring across southern Michigan starting Saturday!

July 27, 2013: Wood Duck Box Maintenance at Allegan State Game Area
Clean out wood duck boxes in wetlands accessible by boat, canoe, waders and on foot. Wood duck boxes provide nesting cover from predators for wood ducks. >SIGN UP!

August 3, 2013: Improve Public Land Whitetail Habitat in Hillsdale County
Clear fields of debris in preparation for clover planting for whitetail deer, turkey, cottontail rabbits and other small game in the middle of southern Michigan’s big buck country. >SIGN UP!

August 10, 2013: Rabbitat at Crane Pond State Game Area (Cass County)
Build brush piles to provide cover for rabbits and other small game. In the winter, we’ll return for a youth rabbit hunt to check out the results! >SIGN UP!

August 17, 2013: Harsen’s Island Hunter Access & Invasive Species Removal
Clearing phragmites and overgrown cattails from wetland hunter access routes. Phragmites choke out native vegetation and wildlife habitat. (with Harsen’s Island Waterfowl Hunters) >SIGN UP!

We’ll provide water, snacks, and a BBQ, and each volunteer gets a limited edition t-shirt, too. Click the links above or reply to this email to sign up!

Logo courtesy Michigan United Conservation Clubs

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