Lake Noquebay Wildlife Area & Sedge Meadow
Lake Noquebay Wildlife Area is a 1,300 acre property. About 70% of the wildlife area is composed of sedge meadows, emergent marsh vegetation, and lowland shrubs. The wooded portion of the area has aspen and northern hardwoods. About 1/3 of the wooded portion is a cedar swamp. Lake Noquebay Wildlife Area includes a 662 acre Natural Area named the Lake Noquebay Sedge Meadow. This Natural Area includes a portion of the shoreline of Lake Noquebay and the large sedge meadow downstream from the dike on Upper Inlet Creek.
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