Field Guide


As Seen at Seney

Seney, with minimal traffic and no floatation devices allowed on its pools or marshes, is a haven for birds and other wildlife. Here are some tips if you are interested in photographing them.

Ready to Rock on the Great Lakes Coastline

The state’s 3,200 miles of Great Lakes coastline yield a bounty of treasures besides agates, notably Petoskey stones.   About 350 million years ago, when what is now Michigan was covered by sea water, the coral hexagonaria percarinata formed reefs that, eons later, were broken up by glaciers that moved across the land.