Wetlands are Important for Wildlife

February 26, 2011

watercolor painting by Barbara Spring

Wetlands are important for wildlife. These places are nurseries for fish, birds and what they feed upon including insects. Wildlife depends upon what some people may think is worthless property.

Read more about wetlands in my book, The Dynamic Great Lakes. Available at bn.com, The Bookman in Grand Haven and many other fine bookstores.


One Response to “Wetlands are Important for Wildlife”

  1. Steven Thompson said

    Dear Barabara Spring,

    I am conducting a public program in Stevens Point in a few weeks about wetlands and would like to use your fox water color painting during the program. I am requesting your written permission to do so. Contact me at sthom676@uwsp.edu or at 715-254-7867

    Thanks for your time and consideration
    -Steven Thompson

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