Pigeon River

The Pigeon River may refer to:

  • Pigeon River (Minnesota-Ontario), between Minnesota, USA and Ontario, Canada in North America
  • One of four rivers named the Pigeon River (Michigan) in Michigan, USA
  • Pigeon River (Tennessee - North Carolina), in the United States

Other articles related to "pigeon, pigeon river, river, rivers":

List Of Rivers Of The United States: P - Pi - Pl
... Pigeon Creek - Indiana Pigeon River - Michigan Pigeon River - Minnesota Pigeon River - North Carolina, Tennessee Pigeon River - Wisconsin Pigg River ...
Rivers Of Michigan - Alphabetically - N–R
... Net River New River North River Nottawa Creek (also known as Nottawa River) Ocqueoc River Ogontz River Ontonagon River Ottawa River, usually called North ... Joseph River Pike River Pilgrim River Pinconning River Pine Creek (Gratiot County) Pine River (Alcona/Iosco counties) Pine River (Arenac County) Pine River (Charlevoix County) Pine ... Clair County) Pinnebog River Plaster Creek Platte River Pointe aux Chenes River Portage River (Houghton County), the southern end of the Keweenaw Waterway Portage ...
Pigeon River (Mullett Lake)
... The Pigeon River is part of the Lake Huron watershed in Michigan in the United States ... It is one of many rivers that have their headwaters in Otsego County ... The Pigeon River's headwaters start just north and east of Gaylord, Michigan, at the Otsego Club and Resort ...
Tennessee Shiner - Current Management
... These practices release hormones and toxic waste into the river systems where the Tennessee shiner is located ... drastic reduction of the toxic effluent that was released in the Pigeon River ... University of Tennessee, through the Pigeon River Recovery Act, is making an effort to reintroduce the Tennessee shiner to the Pigeon River ...

Famous quotes containing the words river and/or pigeon:

    We approached the Indian Island through the narrow strait called “Cook.” He said, “I ‘xpect we take in some water there, river so high,—never see it so high at this season. Very rough water there, but short; swamp steamboat once. Don’t paddle till I tell you, then you paddle right along.” It was a very short rapid. When we were in the midst of it he shouted “paddle,” and we shot through without taking in a drop.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

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    Noam Chomsky (b. 1928)