The Ludington Biological Station was established by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife in 1956 and supports Sea Lamprey research, monitoring, and control efforts. This is a working science station, where agency staff are often times unavailable when they are in the field or otherwise engaged in projects. These biological stations are not traditionally open for public visits or tours, but may offer tours and information about Sea Lamprey research and management in the Great Lakes. It is requested that you call or schedule your visit ahead of time.

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375 River Street
Manistee, MI 49660
GPS: 44.24739, -86.32238
Hours: Requested that you call or schedule your visit ahead of time.
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