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Peer-Review Article


Excerpt: In the summer of 1966, a study of the interrelation of birds and forest insects was initiated at Michigan Technological University. Japanese mist nets were used, among other methods, to make population estimates of birds. When checking the nets for trapped birds , Odonata were often found in the pockets, We were thus able to compile a list of Odonata frequenting the shores of Little Lake, Baraga County, Michigan. The "lake," actually a small stagnant basin of water not exceeding a foot in depth in dry years, is located on the Baraga Plains, approximately five miles west of Michigan Tech's Ford Forestry Center.

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