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Intended Purpose and General Management Direction 2. Background 4,Wildlife Species 5,Existing Conditions 7. Recreational Use 12,Impacts on the Local Economy 13. Management Direction 14,Goals Objectives and Management Actions 14. Literature Cited 19,Acquisition and Disposal of Land 20. Appendices 21,Appendix A 22,Appendix B 23,Appendix C 24.
Appendix D 25,Appendix E 26,Appendix F 30,Plan Review 31. Approvals 31,Intended Purpose and General Management Direction. The Lost Nation State Game Area SGA is located in south central Hillsdale County in. southern Michigan approximately ten miles north of the Ohio border Appendix A. On January 18 1951 the Conservation Commission approved the purchase of 14. parcels comprising 1 092 acres in Hillsdale County to be designated as the Pittsford. SGA The remaining 1 379 acres were purchased in small parcels between 1951 and. present Fees from the sale of state hunting and fishing licenses were used to purchase. most of the parcels that make up the area Additionally 802 acres were purchased with. Federal funds from the Pittman Robertson Wildlife Restoration Act and 70 acres were. purchased using Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund monies The purpose and. intended uses of this area were established in the official dedication of the area by the. Department of Natural Resources DNR and in the Pittman Robertson Wildlife. Restoration Act grant used to acquire and maintain lands in the area This area is. designed to provide protect and enhance wildlife habitat provide for the management. of wildlife populations and provide for the associated recreation of hunting and trapping. The area has an interesting history as it was the hideaway of a famed horse thief Sile. Doty it was thought to be the last retreat of Chief Baw Beese and his Pottawattamie. tribe prior to being relocated to reservations in 1840 and the area is said to be speckled. with the burial mounds of an unknown civilization of native peoples Possibly for some. or all of these reasons the area was known locally as the Lost Nation In honor of this. local history the Conservation Commission changed the name of the state game area. from Pittsford to Lost Nation SGA on February 21 1966 The SGA is currently 2 471. acres Appendix B, The 1977 plan written by Jeff Greene was the last master plan written and approved for. Lost Nation SGA During the following decades the area and what is known about it. has changed a great deal, In 1986 a ruffed grouse translocation project was conducted in which 57 grouse were. trapped from three other sites in Michigan and released at Lost Nation SGA Although. trapping handling and the actual release of birds was considered successful the. conclusion from post release surveys and observations over time was that the. population did not prosper, In 1997 segments of the North Country National Scenic Trail were certified for.
development through the Lost Nation SGA The 2011 memorandum of understanding. between the United States Department of Interior National Park Service and the. Michigan Department of Natural Resources concerning the North Country Scenic Trail. in Michigan defines authorities and roles that pertain to this relationship No horses or. wheeled vehicles of any type are permitted on the trail segments passing through the. SGA only foot traffic is permitted Appendix C Trail maintenance involving vegetation. manipulation or infrastructure manipulation requires issuance of Land Use Permit to. North Country Trail Association volunteers, In May 2010 the Lake No 5 dam blew out after Hillsdale received an unprecedented. amount of rainfall The structure was compromised by beaver activity crews removed. materials from the water control structure weekly and the area was actively trapped. seepage poor construction materials and placement of the dam on natural spring After. careful evaluation of the recreational use of the area evaluation of the potential for. wetland management and structure replacement and specialist review of the expected. benefits to waterfowl through water level management it was decided that replacement. of the dam was not feasible This was a point of contention for area users as Lake No 5. was never drawn down and managed for waterfowl per its intended use the lake was. kept deep and was very popular for fishing In its current state it supports a greater. diversity of wildlife species, In 2011 the Department conducted a review of the restrictions on access by pack and. saddle animals as required by Public Act 45 of 2010 The review found that the current. restrictions on allowable uses at the Lost Nation State Game Area are adequate and. appropriate and in keeping with the intended purpose and funding source for the land. In 2013 the Hillsdale Road Commission gained an easement from the DNR to repair. the bridge on Tripp Road Funds were transferred from a grant they had received to. repair the Way Road bridge Way Road was then closed from the bridge at the. shooting range west to Tripp Road with the consent and support of the DNR. In 2015 Michigan Natural Features Inventory MNFI under contract with the DNR. Wildlife Division completed a comprehensive vegetation natural community and rare. species inventory for Lost Nation SGA The resultant spatial data and report by Cohen. et al 2015 are the best resources for describing the current composition and. ecological value and significance of the SGA, Within the predominately agricultural setting of Hillsdale County the Lost Nation SGA. features uniquely contiguous tracts of mature forest steep rolling topography high. quality vegetation communities vernal pools and the only documented cave in the. lower peninsula During the last decade or so DNR land managers have recognized. that Lost Nation is unique and important for many rare wildlife species but the MNFI. inventory verifies and underscores that conclusion. In the future 50 100 years from now we want the area to continue to contribute to. sustainable populations of important wildlife species game and non game provide. wildlife habitats that are limited elsewhere in the landscape wildlife related recreation. opportunities with an emphasis on upland game hunting and bird watching shooting. opportunities at the Lost Nation Shooting Range and maintain ecological integrity of the. unique natural communities and features associated with the area. Background, At a local level this plan helps fulfill goals and objectives of other higher level. Department and Wildlife Division plans and initiatives including. Michigan Department of Natural Resources DNR goals to 1 Protect natural and. cultural resources 2 Ensure sustainable recreation use and enjoyment 3. Enable strong natural resource based economies and 4 Improve and build. strong relationships and partnerships, Michigan s Wildlife Action Plan WAP goals to implement conservation actions.
that address key habitat issues 1 Fens and 2 Floodplain Forests. Wildlife Division s Guiding Principles and Strategies GPS Goal 2 Manage. habitat for sustainable wildlife populations and wildlife based recreation Goal 3. Administer and promote effective stewardship of lands for wildlife habitats and. wildlife based recreation and Goal 4 Enhance sustainable wildlife based. recreation use and enjoyment, More Bang For Your Buck BFYB goals 5 Expanding the challenge of small. game hunting for squirrel rabbit and hare and 6 Expanding recreational. shooting opportunities on public and private lands. In future years the Lost Nation SGA will also align with a Wildlife Division Southeast. Region Land Management Plan which is currently in early stages of development. Wildlife Species, The Lost Nation SGA will be managed for its intended purpose of providing wildlife. habitat and wildlife related recreation opportunities for current and future generations. The primary focus of the area will be for upland game and Species of Greatest. Conservation Need SGCN Historically this area has been popular for rabbit and deer. hunting and furbearer trapping Squirrel hunting opportunities were also recognized and. you can still spot many of the rubber tire nest structures that were placed throughout the. area Waterfowl hunting on the area has historically been considered unproductive. even when Lake No 5 still existed, Lost Nation SGA is still popular for deer and rabbit hunting however we can now add. turkey to the list of quarry pursued on the area Additionally the SGA is now popular for. non consumptive recreation mainly birdwatching and hiking The fact that the SGA. supports rare bird species has not gone unnoticed by the ever expanding birding. community The North Country Trail helps to facilitate the exploration of the area by. such non consumptive users, The importance of Lost Nation SGA to wildlife populations requiring mature and closed. canopy deciduous forest is undeniable We will work to address key habitat issues. identified in the WAP Habitat needs for SGCN will be considered and will help direct. management decisions and selected techniques for implementation We will also be. using the Wildlife Division s Featured Species Approach to habitat management See. Table 1 for a list of these species that occur on the Lost Nation SGA for which habitat. will be managed and conserved,Species of,State Federal Climate.
Featured Greatest, Taxa Common Name Scientific Name Conservation Conservation Change Habitat Remarks. Species Conservation,Status1 Status2 Vulnerability3. Amphibians Blanchard s Cricket Frog Acris blanchardi No Yes Threatened No Maintain water quality hydrology. Vulnerable,Mature mesic to wet deciduous forest,Moderately. Birds Cerulean Warbler Setophaga cerulea No Yes Threatened No mature forest patch size 1 729 9 880. Vulnerable,Increase Oak mast tree conservation, Birds Eastern Wild Turkey Meleagris gallopavo Yes No No No. Likely regeneration food plots openings,Mature mesic or wet deciduous forest.
Special Presumed, Birds Hooded Warbler Setophaga citrina No Yes No understories with dens shrubs small. Concern Stable,trees large blocks,Presumed Streams within mature deciduous. Birds Louisiana Waterthrush Seiurus motacilla No Yes Threatened No. Stable forest,Stands with greatest basal area most. Presumed canopy closure and highest crown, Birds Pileated Woodpecker Dryocopus pileatus Yes No No No. Stable canopy retain 3 trees with 12 in,Increase Maintain contiguous forest patch size.
Birds Wood Thrush Hylocichla mustelina Yes No No No. Likely 250 acres, Birds Wood Duck Aix sponsa Yes No No No Maintain forested wetlands. Crayfish Big Water Crayfish Cambarus robustus No Yes No No No Consideration. Special Highly Avoid changing wetland hydrology, Insects Swamp Metalmark Calephelis mutica No Yes No. Concern Vulnerable remove invasive vegetation, Special Extremely Avoid changing wetland hydrology. Insects Tamarack Tree Cricket Oecanthus laricis No Yes No. Concern Vulnerable remove invasive vegetation, Mammals American Beaver Castor Canadensis Yes No No No Maintain forested streams wetlands. Mammals Eastern Cottontail Rabbit Sylvilagus floridanus Yes No No No Brush piles food plots openings. Listed Moderately, Mammals Indiana Bat Myotis sodalis No Yes Endangered Conserve roost trees.
Endangered Vulnerable,Special Listed Presumed, Mammals Northern Long eared Bat Myotis septentrionalis No Yes Conserve roost trees. Concern Threatened Stable,Presumed Oak mast tree conservation. Mammals White tailed Deer Odocoileus virginianus Yes No No No. Stable regeneration food plots openings, Mussels Creek Heelsplitter Lasmigona compressa No Yes No No Maintain water quality hydrology. Vulnerable,Special Highly, Mussels Elktoe Alasmidonta marginata No Yes No Maintain water quality hydrology. Concern Vulnerable, Special Extremely Maintain forested stream systems.
Mussels Ellipse Venustaconcha ellipsiformis No Yes No. Concern Vulnerable water quality hydrology, Mussels Lilliput Toxolasma parvus No Yes Endangered No No Maintain water quality hydrology. Special Maintain forested stream systems,Mussels Rainbow Villosa iris No Yes No No. Concern water quality hydrology,Special Highly Maintain forested stream systems. Mussels Round Pigtoe Pleurobema sintoxia No Yes No. Concern Vulnerable water quality hydrology,Extremely Maintain forested stream systems. Mussels Slippershell Alasmidonta viridis No Yes Threatened No. Vulnerable water quality hydrology, Reptiles Blanding s Turtle Emydoidea blandingii No Yes No No Maintain water quality hydrology.
Vulneralbe,Listed Extremely Shallow wetland forest habitat. Reptiles Copperbelly Water Snake Nerodia erythrogaster neglecta No Yes Endangered. Threatened Vulnerable complex 500 ac no fragmentation. Table 1 previous page A list of wildlife species for which projects will support during this planning period reflecting opportunities for habitat or recreational management. Existing Conditions, Glacial recession is evidenced in the Lost Nation SGA by steep ridges and hills that. slope down to the St Joseph of the Maumee River and boulders strewn about the area. The area is marginal for farming and the steep slopes cause erosion concerns and. make access with equipment difficult, Lost Nation SGA is 80 percent upland 18 percent lowland and two percent water. Much of the upland habitat types occur on hilly to steeply sloping terrain Most of the. SGA 60 percent is in mixed upland deciduous vegetation type Figure 1 Seventy. eight percent of the area is forested The most common upland forest types are mixed. upland deciduous northern hardwoods and oaks making up 33 percent of the SGA Of. the forested acres at Lost Nation 35 percent of stands are younger than 50 years old. 53 percent of the stands are aged between 50 and 100 years old and 9 percent are. greater than 100 years Figure 2 The majority of forest stands on the SGA are. relatively young aged between 40 and 70 years old Figure 2 Of the three most. common upland forest types on the area most oak stands are older than 70 years. while mixed upland deciduous and northern hardwoods are generally younger than 70. years of age Figure 3 Historically circa 1800 beech sugar maple forest and oak. hickory forest were the most dominant cover types on the area Conservation and. enhancement of mature forest closed canopy conditions and regeneration of oaks and. other mast producing trees on this area will be important for future wildlife management. See Appendix D for a current vegetation cover map of the area. The East Branch of the St Joseph of the Maumee River flows through the SGA. connecting much of the wetland habitat types found on the area This designated trout. stream is one of the very few coldwater streams in southeast Michigan and it receives. special protection for environmental issues from the Department of Environmental. Quality Jeff Braunscheidel e mail communication This unique riparian habitat. supports several rare aquatic species The DNR Fisheries Division annually stocks. brown trout at this site as part of a program that began in 1952 Appendix E The river. also provides a riparian corridor that facilitates the movement and habitat use of a great. diversity of wildlife species game and non game alike throughout the area Maintaining. riparian vegetation cover is important to keep water temperatures cool in summer to. support trout survival although overwinter survival is low Sara Tomas e mail. communication and maintain conditions suitable for rare mussel species. Dr Robert B Gillespie Associate Professor and Director of the Indiana University. Purdue University Fort Wayne IPFW Crooked Lake Biological Station has been. receiving a land use permit since 2008 to conduct sampling at Lost Nation SGA His. work looks at habitat degradation and integrity of aquatic communities over time. Although his work at Lost Nation is part of a much larger question he has shared. aquatic community compositional results over the years This provides us with the rare. luxury of having additional and updated information about the aquatic resource on the. Lost Nation SGA also supports several rare natural communities These include three. prairie fens three dry mesic southern forests two mesic southern forests one southern. hardwood swamp one submergent marsh one inundated shrub swamp one bog and. one cave Table 2 The mesic southern forests at Lost Nation account for 33 percent of. the occurrences of this vegetation community on state lands in the southeast region It. is also notable that although it is just a C D level element occurrence rank the cave. found at Lost Nation is the only record for lower Michigan and is classified as critically. imperiled due to its rarity within the state Table 2 In addition to these rare features 20. vernal pools were surveyed and verified of 81 potential pools identified via aerial photo. All management activities implemented on the SGA will be done in a way that is. sensitive to the conservation needs of these unique natural communities and. maintains improves their ecological integrity, Figure 1 Current proportions of vegetation cover types for the Lost Nation State Game Area. based vegetation surveys completed by Michigan Natural Features Inventory 2013. Figure 2 Percent forested area at Lost Nation State Game Area in age class ranges by ten. years on x axis by fifty years in brackets, Figure 3 Percent mixed upland deciduous northern hardwood and oak forested area at Lost.
Nation State Game Area in age class ranges by ten years. Table 2 Michigan s natural community occurrences documented for the Lost Nation State Game Area. Recreational Use, Lost Nation SGA provides recreational opportunities that include hunting trapping bird. watching berry picking mushroom picking hiking fishing and shooting Lost Nation is. a popular SGA for deer rabbit and other small game hunting trapping and bird. watching The SGA provides the most wilderness experience in the region and is not. designed for faint of heart recreationists this may be why the area had a history of. problems with horse use and off road vehicle trespass. The North Country Trail gets use from hikers mainly during the summer months The. trail is open to foot traffic only where it passes through the SGA Occasionally we. receive inquiries regarding dispersed camping in the area however we. opportunistically educate recreationists about SGA camping rules we post the rules on. the area and ask Law Enforcement Division to enforce them. The unmanned shooting range on Way Road is very popular It receives regular use by. locals as well as use by travelers from Ohio and the more populated parts of southeast. Michigan The shooting range is maintained at least weekly and is much appreciated by. users It is important to provide these shooting opportunities as much of our funding for. wildlife habitat conservation come from the excise taxes on firearms ammunition and. archery equipment There is one problem that has been identified with the shooting. range the trap range overlooks a wetland associated with the East Branch of the St. Joseph of Maumee River The importance of water quality and ecological integrity of. wetland habitat for wildlife is too important to turn a blind eye During the life of this plan. we will work with the Department of Environmental Quality to find the best solution for. minimizing eliminating and possibly remediating any potential harm from lead shot and. debris that makes its way into the wetland system, Fishing has been a popular pastime at Lost Nation Prior to failure of the dam easy. access made Lake No 5 a popular local fishing destination Other lakes still receive. some attention for fishing in the area however we have no data on what these fisheries. look like or the density of use by anglers The St Joseph of the Maumee River has. been a valued trout fishery in the region for decades In fact a very dedicated group of. trout anglers has sent the DNR Fisheries Division a detailed report every year for almost. 20 years Sara Thomas e mail communication Anglers have been quite pleased with. the resource at Lost Nation and managers with the Fisheries Division recommend the. continued stocking of brown trout in the St Joseph of Maumee River Appendix E. Many people especially locals are specifically interested in the Lost Nation SGA for its. history and folklore The State Historical Preservation Office SHPO has identified the. SGA as having high potential for containing artifacts of historical and cultural. significance Since the archeological value of this area is clearly culturally and socially. important to local citizens we will work to be sensitive to such resources when. conducting management in the area, State game areas in southern Michigan are under continual pressure for other uses. however under Federal and State regulations recreational and commercial uses on the. area that are not incidental to our management for the purposes described above are. generally not allowed Some of these uses can be allowed under the following. circumstances, 1 The uses do not interfere or conflict with the wildlife conservation purposes. of the area described above, 2 The Department has no obligations to determine if requested uses would.
conflict or interfere the burden of determining must remain with those. requesting the uses, 3 The requested uses cannot be exclusive of other allowable uses and must. not result in the Department losing management control of any portion of the. 4 A lack of a specific prohibition in rules and regulations for the area does not. constitute approval of the activity, 5 The Department always reserves the ability to disallow activities previously. allowed as wildlife conservation needs dictate, Additionally the Department will continue to monitor any existing commercial and. recreational uses for interference with the intended purposes of the area as described in. Impacts on the Local Economy, The unmanned shooting range on Way Road attracts people from all over to the. Pittsford and Osseo area Hikers throughout the summer and hunters and trappers. throughout the seasons make their way to Lost Nation SGA frequenting the few. businesses nearby and often heading to Hillsdale or Hudson When I talk to folks who. want to visit Lost Nation they are always interested in a wilderness experience they. want to feel like they re in the middle of nowhere That feeling is hard to come by in. southern Michigan but it is achievable at Lost Nation with its low road and traffic. densities expansive forests ridges valleys and lowlands The nature of the SGA. attracts people to Osseo and Pittsford, The Lost Nation SGA does not have any current sharecrop agreements In 2008 we.
advertised fields for sharecropping however there was no interest The ground is. marginal and the cost of moving equipment was not worthwhile to the farmers who. examined the site The wildlife on this area are better served with strategic food plot. plantings and openings, When opportunities arose in the past to sell fuelwood along the road we were not able. to move forward because topography made removal within the road right of way unsafe. There may be opportunities for selective timber management in the future Timber sales. don t always benefit the local economy as the sales go to the highest bidder not the. local bidder necessarily Forest management direction and selected methods will. strictly follow the best interest of wildlife conservation habitat quality ecological. integrity and wildlife related recreation opportunities. Management Direction, The desired future condition for the SGA for the Lost Nation SGA follows. Maintain and enhance high quality natural communities. Maintain water quality and hydrology of wetlands and streams throughout the area. Avoid and decrease habitat fragmentation of mature closed canopy forest. complexes by development and land management practices. Maintain and enhance prairie fen,Maintain lowland shrub. Maintain lowland deciduous,Maintain marsh,Maintain and enhance bog. Maintain mixed upland deciduous,Maintain northern hardwood.
Maintain herbaceous openland,Maintain and enhance oak. Maintain upland mixed forest, Maintain decrease planted mixed pines may create brush piles. Maintain decrease upland shrub may allow succession and may create brush piles. Maintain cropland as food plots,Maintain white pine. Maintain water,Goals Objectives and Management Actions. What follows is the strategic direction for the Lost Nation SGA to be implemented during. this planning cycle This plan describes the goals or desired future condition for the. area the objectives under each goal and the actions associated with each objective. Goals for the Lost Nation SGA are set using the featured species approach and align. with goals of the DNR WAP GPS and BFYB, Goal I Provide habitat for sustainable populations of White tailed Deer and.
Eastern Wild Tukey, Rationale White tailed deer are a cultural keystone species and are the most. highly valued game species in Michigan Habitat is generally not limiting in the. southern Lower Peninsula where a milder climate and better year round nutrition. support more abundant and productive deer MDNR 2016 White tailed deer. browse has been identified as a potential threat to some of the natural. communities on the SGA This often indicates that the area can likely support. increased harvest and that these vegetation types which are limited on the. landscape are attractive to deer, The wild turkey is a highly valued game bird in Michigan MDNR 2016 There. are three well established stakeholder groups that support and partner on turkey. restoration projects The Lost Nation SGA is frequented by turkey hunters. The practices proposed below are expected to benefit other game and nongame. species such as eastern cottontail rabbit fox and gray squirrel wood duck. Indiana and long eared bats and songbirds, Metrics We will consider the observations of hunters birders and staff as. anecdotal information Acres of food plots and maintained or created openings. will also be tracked and reported Point count survey routes for turkeys may be. established by our staff and conducted by partners volunteers and or staff as. resources allow,Objective A Promote natural food source and cover. Action 1 Conserve the oak component in forest stands promote. oak regeneration and acorn production, a Follow guidelines to minimize risk of spreading Oak Wilt.
avoid conducting management that may result in,injuring trees between April 15 and July 1. b Use prescribed burning when possible to manage oak. c Allow gap phase dynamics to occur naturally,potentially emulate these dynamics with designed. forest management treatments This provides,opportunities for natural regeneration. d Develop and implement an adaptive oak management. strategy using varying forest management treatments. based upon present oak regeneration competing,vegetation forest health stand composition site. conditions the surrounding landscape and available. Action 2 Improve diversity of available natural food and cover. a Use current invasive species strategy Higman and. Campbell 2009 to address any invasive vegetation, that threatens structural and compositional diversity.
Objective B Maintain turkey brood rearing openings. Action 1 Restore create vegetation stands with open spaces.

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