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Pixi Cups

Pixie Cups are part of a taxonomic group (taxon) called lichens. Lichens are actually a complex of two different organisms in a mutualistic relationship, where each organism benefits. A fungus provides the "housing structure," while algae provide food through photosynthesis.

  • Refuge Contact Information

    Seney National Wildlife Refuge 
    1674 Refuge Entrance Rd.
    Seney, MI 49883
    (906)586-9851 voice
    (906)586-3800 fax 

    People with hearing impairments can reach Seney through the Federal Information Relay System at 1-800-877-8339. 
    seney@fws.gov 


    Navigating by GPS? Enter Coordinates:
    N 46˚17.298'
    W 085˚56.678'  

  • Acting Refuge Manager

     

    Greg McClellan
    Greg_McClellan@fws.gov
    (906) 586-9851 ext. 13 
  • Assistant Refuge Manager

    Greg McClellan
    Greg_McClellan@fws.gov
    (906) 586-9851 ext. 13

  • Wildlife Biologist

    Dr. Greg Corace
     Curriculum Vitae
    Greg_Corace@fws.gov
    (906) 586-9851 ext. 14 

  • Visitor Services Manager

    Sara Giles
    Sara_Giles@fws.gov 
    (906) 586-9851 ext. 10 

  • Visitor Services Specialist and Volunteer Coordinator

     Jennifer McDonough 
    (Seasonal - April to November)
    Jennifer_McDonough@fws.gov
    (906) 586-9851 ext. 16 

  • Fire Management Officer

     Gary Lindsay  
    Gary_Lindsay@fws.gov
    (906) 586-9851 ext. 19   

  • Administrative Technician

     Laurie Tansy 
    Laural_Tansy@fws.gov
    (906) 586-9851 ext. 17  

  • Maintenance Worker

    Richard Wilson
    Richard_D_Wilson@fws.gov 
    (906) 586-3411

  • Maintenance Worker

    Matt Canfield 
    Matthew_Canfield@fws.gov
    (906) 586-3411  

  • Maintenance Worker

     Don Gardner 
    (906) 586-3411  

  • Visitor Services Staff, Volunteers, SNHA Friends, Visitor Center and Bookstore

    (Open May 15-Oct 15, 9am-5pm) 
    (906) 586-9851 ext. 15  

Last Updated: Jul 30, 2014
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