The Looking Glass River
- The river and surrounding watershed extends from the headwaters in Livingston County to the river mouth in Ionia County where it joins the Grand River.
- The river is 64 miles long and falls about 140 feet in elevation.
- The watershed encompasses 310 square miles.
- It travels through mostly rural areas in Livingston, Shiawassee, Ingham, Clinton and Ionia Counties.
- Home to a diversity of wildlife: ducks, geese, herons, sandhill cranes, king fishers, songbirds, raptors (eagles, hawks, merlins, falcons, kestrels, owls), fox, black, red and "flying" squirrels, opossums, muskrats, minks, raccoons, red fox, coyotes, whitetail deer and others.
- Fish species in the river include: pike, largemouth and smallmouth bass, rock bass, bluegills and other cichlids, carp, mullets, bowfin, and other warm water fish and minnows, wide range of turtles; salmon and steelhead seasonally in the lower stretches.