The spring 2013 issue of LakeLine is focused on lakes’ original homeowners, their fish and wildlife. In our quest to use (some might say “to love”) lakes, we’ve forgotten to share lake space with fish and wildlife, and have in many cases destroyed much of the very habitat they need to survive. Read on for some wonderful articles on this subject.
- LakeLine 33-1 Full
- From the Editor
- From the President
- Wisconsin Lakeshore Restoration Project
Dan Haskell, Mike Meyer, Anna Schotthoefer, and Patrick Goggin
- Lake Management and Aquatic Birds
Mark V. Hoyer
- Fish Habitat Impairment in U.S. Reservoirs
L. E. Miranda and Rebecca M. Krogman
- Stocking Wild-Adult Largemouth Bass
Daniel E. Canfield Jr. and Mark V. Hoyer
- Student Corner – How does lakeshore residential development affect northern map turtle in-lake habitat use?
Emily Norton Henry
- Affiliate News
- Literature Search