Namekagon conservation area is hardly the ‘barrens’ for wildlife
The name “barrens” couldn’t be more wrong when it comes to the diversity of plant and animal life that calls the scruffy oak and pine region home.
The Namekagon Barrens Wildlife Area — where Douglas, Burnett and Washburn counties meet — has become a hotbed for birdwatchers and wildlife photographers.
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