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Vertebrate Specimens Available (Freezer Cleaning)

Melanie Colón

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Seney National Wildlife Refuge in Michigan's eastern Upper Peninsula is one of

the larger, and more ecologically intact units of the National Wildlife Refuge

System east of the Mississippi River. Nonetheless, things die at Seney and

those that die from unnatural causes (vehicles, etc.) are collected by staff

and colleagues.


We are now in the midst of cleaning out our freezer for 2014. Many of these

specimens are perfect for the making of study skins. If you are associated

with a qualified institution (State agency, Federal agency, academic

institution, museum, etc.) and wish to look over our list of available

specimens, please contact Greg Corace (greg_corace@fws.gov).


Thank you.

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