Islands in the Detroit River

Can you name all of the islands in the Detroit River that are part of either Michigan in the United States or Ontario in Canada?
Most of the islands are very small and uninhabited, and many of these islands around the southern portion of the river serve as wildlife refuges as part of the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge.
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Last updated: February 29, 2020
First submittedFebruary 29, 2020
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23.3 km²
Grosse Ile
3.97 km²
Belle Isle
2.4 km²
Zug Island
224 acres
Elba Island
172 acres
Round Island
162 acres
Elizabeth Park
132 acres
Hickory Island
121 acres
Meso Island
100 acres
Stony Island
81 acres
Celeron Island
72 acres
Grassy Island
58 acres
Swan Island
38 acres
Horse Island
35 acres
Edmond Island
32 acres
Humbug Island
30 acres
Mamajuda Island
30 acres
Sugar Island
18.5 acres
Mud Island
9 acres
Sturgeons Bar
7 acres
Calf Island
1.6 acres
Fox Island
0.2 acres
Powder House Island
6.06 km²
Fighting Island
272 acres
Bois Blanc Island
92 acres
Crystal Island
86 acres
Peche Island
47 acres
Grass Island
39 acres
Turkey Island
Level 56
Feb 29, 2020
Applause to you!
Level 48
Feb 29, 2020
Thank you! I didn't know this quiz was approved so early lol
Level 48
Mar 1, 2020
Ah the glorious Detroit River that reflects on the rich and glorious history of Detroit and Michigan! The Canadians kinda polluted Fighting Island but they cleaned it up now