Jonathan Wuepper

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Southwest Michigan Wildlife columnist for The Herald-Palladium

The most abundant waterfowl species in Michigan is the Canada goose, which in recent decades has become so numerous, it has become a nuisance …

Brad Anderson of Bridgman paid a visit to Warren Dunes State Park on Oct. 27 and photographed at least two adult bald eagles as they gracefull…

Nothing signifies mid-fall in our area like leaves changing color along with flocks of white-throated sparrows, white-crowned sparrows, and da…

This past week while watching migrant warblers, vireos and flycatchers forage for food up in the trees, I came upon an active nest of a mourni…

Adult male ruby-throated hummingbirds have already started departing northern portions of their breeding range for their winter range, which e…

On Aug. 14, Nolan Keyes of Oronoko Township found a little blue heron foraging in a flooded area along the Paw Paw River of the Brown Sanctuar…

Peggy and Mike Roberts of Galien Township have watched a pair of sandhill cranes successfully raise a chick in a wetland and fields around the…

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