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Major References****. Star Lake Nature Trail. [NHAL State Forest Visitor's Guide, 2018, P. 47 [map p. 45]] Minocqua, 2018. View Full EntryManwell, Robert. Pointing a New Way to Recreation. [Wisconsin Natural Resources, Vol. 31, #4, August, 2007, pp. 4-11.] Madison, 2007. View Full Entry (Full text available)McCann, Dennis. Tall Pines Substitute for Lost First Forest. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Sunday, Nov. 6, 2005, Travel, p. 1 ff.] Milwaukee, 2005. View Full EntryRohe, Randall. 100 Years of Wisconsin Forestry. [Wisconsin Natural Resources, 28:1, Feb. 2004, pp. 17-21.] Madison, 2004. View Full Entrygeocaching.com. Star Lake Trail. [Geocache ID GCXB1A] Seattle, WA, 2006. View Full Entry
Minor ReferencesHeslop-Harrison, Yolande. Carnivorous Plants. [Scientific American, V.238 #2 Feb 1978 p.104] 1978. View Full EntrySchwartz, Randall. Carnivorous Plants. New York, 1975. View Full Entry