Biological Services Department
ABOUT BIOLOGICAL SERVICES
The Biological Services Department strives to enhance, protect, and restore fish, wildlife, and plant communities and water bodies. Staff participate in research and monitoring of the environment on both tribal trust lands and the surrounding region. Major programs include Great Lakes fisheries assessments, inland fish and wildlife assessments, forest management, invasive species management, beach health monitoring, water quality assessments, and some recycling programs to reduce hazardous chemical entering the environment. Biological Services also provides outreach and education to the community in both public events and printed publications.
FOR QUESTIONS REGARDING... PRIMARY CONTACTS PHONE
Beaches;Water Quality Brian Wesolek 906.248.8648
Environment; Recycling Aubrey Maccoux-LeDuc 906.248.8652
Great Lakes Fish Paul Ripple 906.248.8649
Indoor Air Quality Angela Johnston 906.248.8399
Inland Fish Frank Zomer 906.248.8654
Wildlife Gael Sanchez 906-248-8651
Invasive Species Tiffany Escherich 906.248.8647
For questions about fishing/hunting licenses or to report poaching, please contact Bay Mills Conservation Department.
For questions about forest fires, contact the Bay Mills Wildland Firefighters program. To report a wild fire, call the 906-643-7900. If you feel the fire poses a threat to human health immediately contact 911.
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