This Field Guide to Wisconsin Streams is the ultimate companion for learning about the animals and plants of Wisconsin's 84,000 miles of streams.Over 1,000 images illustrate the 130 common plants and 120 fishes known to inhabit Wisconsin streams along with numerous crayfish, mussels, insects, amphibians, and reptiles. A collaboration of Michael A. Miller, Katie, Songer, and Ron Dolen, this field guide is a must for Wisconsin fishermen.
Authors: Michael A. Miller, Katie Songer, and Ron Dolen
735 color illustrations, 467 drawings, and 357 maps
Paperback - 5.5 inches x 8.5 inches
Published by UW Press
Michael A. Miller is a stream ecologist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources whose professional interests include watershed and stream ecology and management. Katie Songer is an environmental scientist, educator, and writer who has worked with AmeriCorps, the Peace Corps, and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Ron Dolen is an environmental scientist and educator who has conducted watershed studies and trained citizen volunteer stream monitors at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.