Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: Michigan
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Michigan Research Activities

A black bear walks past a motion-triggered game camera

The Michigan Unit studies a number of different topics including wildlife response to forest management, the impacts of human development on wildlife communities, and the effects of wetlands management on reptile and mammal populations.

Project Completion Date
WildSNaP: Biodiversity in Solar through Native Planting July 2026
Project Snapshot: USA December 2025
Presentations Presentation Date
Wilson, K., C. Roberts, and B.A. DeGregorio. Effects of relative hog abundance on the occupancy and community composition of breeding birds. The Wildlife Society Annual Conference. November 2023
Shaw, M., B.A. DeGregorio, and C.R. Roberts. Plains Spotted Skunk Distribution and Habitat Associations in the Great Plains. Oral Presentation. November 2023
L.E. McTigue and B.A. DeGregorio. Does daily activity overlap of three mesocarnivores vary based on human development? Animal Behavioral Society Annual Conference. July 2023
Donahue, E.R., A.J. Worm, B.A. DeGregorio, L.A. Neuman-Lee, and T.J. Boves. Investigating the prevalence and effects of agricultural toxins in Loggerhead Shrikes in Arkansas, USA. American Ornithological Society Annual Conference. August 2023