CMU Biological Station on Beaver Island

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    The Central Michigan University Biological Station is located on Beaver Island, 32 miles from Charlevoix, Michigan in northern Lake Michigan.
    The island's exceptional freshwater ecosystems, natural habitat, and seven biologically unique inland lakes provide an unmatched learning and research environment. The island's abundant and varied natural habitats include cedar swamps, upland and lowland coniferous forest, beaver ponds, sand dunes, and a great variety of plants and animals.
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