By Melissa A. Stapleton / Associated PressThe Lake of the Woods, the Lake of Sunshine and the Lake Michigan all are in the Lake District and are among the most diverse areas of the country, with diverse species of birds, mammals, amphibians and fish.
But one lake is particularly vulnerable to the threats posed by climate change and a new invasive species that is killing off fish and other wildlife.
Here are 10 things you need to know about Lake Michigan and its wildlife.1.
The Lake of The WoodsThe Lake Of The Woods in northern Michigan is home to more than 5,000 species of mammals and more than 1,400 species of reptiles and amphibians.
It is the largest lake in the state and has a total of 4,800 acres of water and land.
The Lake is a major habitat for birds, particularly the golden-headed duck, the Michigan duck, and the northern white-throated sparrow, which lives in lakes that feed on the lake’s fish.
In the fall, they migrate to the lake to breed.2.
Thelake of the woods is the biggest lake in Michigan and has more than 4,000 acres of it3.
The lake of the sunshine is home of more than 600 species of wildlife4.
The northern white cockatoo is the only bird native to the Lake.
The birds live in the area, and many of them are found in the water and under the trees.
The lake of sunshine is also home to the white-tailed deer, which can be found in lakes and streams in the lake.
The bald eagle is also found in Lake Michigan.5.
Lake of Florida is the second largest lake on Earth, with a population of more 200 million.
It has an area of almost 2.8 million acres, more than the entire United States.
Lake of Florida, in Lake Okeechobee, Fla.
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Lake Michigan is also the second-largest lake in North America.
Its population of 6 million people is the fifth-largest in the world.
The population in the eastern part of the lake has tripled in the past two decades.7.
The state of Michigan has more native wildlife than anywhere else in the country.
The southern end of the state is home the golden eagle, which has spread across the state.
It can reach speeds of up to 80 miles per hour, and its wingspan is nearly 100 feet.8.
The eastern shore of Lake Michigan contains a diverse population of freshwater birds including the Michigan warbler, the northern golden-crowned warbler and the brown-throat.9.
The north shore of the Lake is home not only to the golden brown-capped warbler but also the bald eagle, the red-tailed hawk and the western peregrine falcon.10.
Lake Huron, which is in Michigan, is the most populous state in the nation.
Its 5.4 million residents number more than 2 million people.