A Fish Survey of the Grass River Natural Area September 1981
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Kelly, Thomas M.
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This study was undertaken to determine the distribution and relative abundance of fishes In the Grass River Natural Area located in Antrim County, Michigan. The Grass River Natural Area contains cold-water trout streams, a warm-water river, extensive wetlands, several small ponds, and two lakeshores. Some sampling has been done in the Natural Area and adjacent waters by various government agencies, but this is the first systematic study of the area.
Includes: Appendix I: Fish Collection Data From Other Sources: Lake Bellaire, Clam Lake, Shanty Creek, and Finch Creek ;Appendix II: Fish Plantings by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources for Lake Bellaire 1961-1981; for Clam Lake 1932, 1933, 1939