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This map shows the locations of the various parts of the Kellogg Biological Station.

A map showing the locations of the various parts of the Kellogg Biological Station.

An aerial view shows the station located on the scenic shores of Gull Lake.

An aerial view shows the station located on the scenic shores of Gull Lake.

Michigan State College's association with the Kellogg Bird Sanctuary began in 1928.

Michigan State College's association with the Kellogg Bird Sanctuary began in 1928.

The Kellogg Family used the summer estate from 1926 until 1942.

The Kellogg Family used the summer estate from 1926 until 1942. The estate was given to MSU after W. K. Kellogg’s death in 1951.

Students enjoy some free time in front of the Manor House.

Students enjoy some free time in front of the Manor House. Constructed between 1925 and 1926, the Manor House was built on the highest point overlooking Gull Lake.

The authentic Dutch windmill was part of the summer estate for the Kellogg family.

The authentic Dutch windmill was part of the summer estate for the Kellogg family.

 

Students at Gull Lake participate not only in classes and research, but also in recreation.

Students at Gull Lake participate not only in classes and research, but also in recreation.

Students in 1956 wade in the shallow waters looking for samples to take back to the laboratory.

Students in 1956 wade in the shallow waters looking for samples to take back to the laboratory.

Students in 1958 check some samples they've collected under microscopes. Students in 1958 check some samples they've collected under microscopes. Today, laboratories are located in the three-story academic building.
This 1966 photo shows students collecting samples from Gull Lake.

This 1966 photo shows students collecting samples from Gull Lake. Today, students can do research in the 18 experimental ponds that were created in 1971.

A variety of natural habitats are found at the Kellogg Biological Station.

A variety of natural habitats are found at the Kellogg Biological Station. Students can work in lakes, forests, fields, streams, and wetlands.

Students

The students who have taken classes and performed research at the station have become part of a community in which they can form friendships and grow in a supportive environment.

 


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