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Mussel up for Ridges' Lake Lessons program

3:06 PM, Jul. 30, 2013
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When we hear the term "endangered species," mussels are not likely to be the first image that springs to mind. In fact, native mussels are among the most imperiled animals. Over half of Wisconsin's 51 native mussel species (also known as clams) are listed as species of greatest conservation need.

For the next program in The Ridges Sanctuary's Lake Lessons summer speaker series, Lisie Kitchel of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will present "Wisconsin's Native Mussels" at 7 p.m. Aug. 1 at Baileys Harbor Town Hall.

Mussels are found in shallow areas of lakes and rivers, but the ...

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