"Great illustrations, clear and practical information, and breadth of coverage make this guide a winner. It will be a go-to resource for amateurs and professionals drawn to Wisconsin's streams."—Emily Stanley, University of Wisconsin–Madison
“Well-done field guide filled with an abundance of photographs and line drawings. . . . The book is small and lightweight, making it convenient for use in the field. . . . Will benefit any amateur or professional in the field, particularly because of the many helpful images.”—Wisconsin Natural Resources magazinee
“Accessible for the professional biologist, as well as schoolteachers wanting students to identify stream life, or the general public interested in stream ecology. . . . Useful throughout the region as ranges of many of the species and taxonomic groups covered in this guide cross state lines into . . . Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois, or Iowa.”—Ecological Restoration
About the Author
Michael A. Miller is a stream ecologist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources whose professional interests include watershed and stream ecology and management. Katie Songer is an environmental scientist, educator, and writer who has worked with AmeriCorps, the Peace Corps, and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Ron Dolen is an environmental scientist and educator who has conducted watershed studies and trained citizen volunteer stream monitors at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.