Lake St. Clair and Lake Erie

December 12, 2009

  The heart shaped lake is Lake St. Clair and is not considered one of the Great Lakes although it is part of the Great Lakes water system.  It is connected to Lake Erie and the marshes in this area make it a very productive part of the Great Lakes–a nursery for fish, birds and insects.  Lake Erie is the shallowest of the five Great Lakes and it is a warm water fishery.  Read more about the Great Lakes system in my book, The Dynamic Great Lakes.  a critically acclaimed non-fiction book


2 Responses to “Lake St. Clair and Lake Erie”

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