Michigan Endangered Species Print
Michigan is home to some of the most diverse flora and fauna in the country. From the depths of the Great Lakes to our neighborhood forests there is tremendous diversity of life.
Unfortunately, many species of animals and plants are in danger. Whether due to natural or man-made circumstances, they need our help.
This print, created in partnership with Detroit-based artist Lauren Nyquist, brings attention to 26 species of Michigan animals and plants that are either threatened or endangered as of October 2018. It is our hope that, by bringing attention to these beautiful creatures, it will encourage people to enjoy the natural world carefully, and without causing harm to native habitats.
Packaged in a clear bag on a backer board. Signed by the artist.
The Howell Nature Center will receive 15% of the proceeds from the sale of this product
You’ll find Michigan’s largest wildlife rehabilitation and education program on 270 acres between Howell and Pinckney. The non-profit Howell Nature Center is open to the public, offering summer day and resident camps for youth in K-12 grades as well as retreat and meeting facilities, including overnight accommodations for groups.
The Howell Nature Center also features Livingston County’s only zoo, two 500-ft zip lines, two high-ropes courses and the state’s tallest outdoor climbing tower. In addition, it features Alexandria’s Nature Scape, the area’s only nature-themed play area, with a water feature, kid-sized spider web, stump jump and more.
Find out more about the Howell Nature Center here.
- Size: 12" x 16"
- 100# cover weight paper from French Paper in Niles, Michigan
- Offset printed with soy-based inks
An original Peninsulas design.