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Wildlife Management Unit 3A

Those parts of Delaware, Greene, Sullivan and Ulster Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the west bank of Barkaboom Stream and the south shore of the Pepacton Reservoir; thence southeasterly along the west bank of the Barkaboom Stream to the west bank of Deerlick Brook; thence northeasterly along the west bank of Deerlick Brook to Barkaboom Road; thence southeasterly and southwesterly along Barkaboom Road to Big Pond Road to Ulster County Route 54; thence southwesterly along Ulster County Route 54 to Sullivan County Route 152; thence southwesterly along Sullivan County Route 152 to County Route 151; thence southeasterly along County Route 151 to County Route 179; thence southeasterly along County Route 179 to State Route 17; thence southeasterly along State Route 17 to County Route 81 near Livingston Manor; thence easterly on County Route 81 to County Route 82 to County Route 83 to Willowemoc Road to Hunter Road; thence southeasterly along Hunter Road to Sullivan County Route 19; thence southerly along Sullivan County Route to State Route 55 at Curry; thence easterly along State Route 55 to State Route 55A near Grahamsville; thence northeasterly and southeasterly along State Route 55A to Sullivan County Route 153; thence northerly along Sullivan County Route 153 to Ulster County Route 46 near Sundown; thence northeasterly along Ulster County Route 46 to Ulster County Route 42; thence northeasterly along Ulster County Route 42 to State Route 28A in West Shokan; thence northerly along State Route 28A to State Route 28 at Boiceville; thence northwesterly along State Route 28 to Winnie Road; thence northeasterly along Winnie Road to Ulster County Route 40; thence easterly along County Route 40 to County Route 45 (Bearsville-Wittenberg Road) at Wittenberg; thence northeasterly along Bearsville-Wittenberg Road to State Route 212 at Bearsville; thence easterly along State Route 212 to Ulster County Route 33 at Woodstock; thence northerly and northeasterly along Ulster County Route 33 to Platt Clove Road at West Saugerties; thence northwesterly along Platt Cove Road to Manorville Road; thence northeasterly along Manorville Road to Woodstock Avenue; thence northeasterly along Woodstock Avenue to State Route 32A; thence northwesterly along State Route 32A to State Route 23A to Palenville; thence easterly along 23A to State Route 32; thence northerly along State Route 32 to Heart's Content Road (Greene County Route 31); thence northwesterly along Heart's Content Road to Joseph Chadderdon Road; thence northwesterly along Joseph Chadderdon Road to State Route 23; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along State Route 23 to Greene County Route 65; thence southerly along Greene County Route 65 to its second intersection with State Route 296; thence southwesterly along State Route 296 to State Route 23A in Hunter; thence northwesterly along 23A to County Route 13, thence westerly along County Route 13 to State Route 42 at Lexington; thence southerly along State Route 42 to State Route 28 at Shandaken; thence southwesterly and northwesterly along State Route 28 to the south bank of the East Branch of the Delaware River; thence southeasterly along the south bank of the East Branch of the Delaware River to the south shore of the Pepacton Reservoir; thence southeasterly along the south shore of the Pepacton Reservoir to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 3C

Those parts of Greene, Sullivan and Ulster Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 23A and Route 87 (New York State Thruway); thence westerly along Route 23A to Route 32A at Palenville; thence southeasterly along Route 32A to Woodstock Avenue; thence southwesterly along Woodstock Avenue to Manorville Road; thence southerly along Manorville Road to Platt Clove Road; thence southeasterly along Platt Clove Road to Ulster County Route 33 at West Saugerties; thence southwesterly and southerly along Ulster County Route 33 to Route 212; thence southerly along Route 212 to County Route 45 (Bearsville-Wittenberg Road at Bearsville; thence southwesterly along County Route 45 to County Route 40 to Winnie Road; thence southwesterly along Winnie Road to Route 28; thence southerly along Route 28 to Route 28A at Boiceville; thence southerly along Route 28A to Ulster County Route 42 thence southwesterly along Ulster County Route 42 to Ulster County Route 46, thence southwesterly along County Route 46 to Sullivan County Route 153; thence southwesterly along County Route 153 to Route 55A; thence southwesterly along Route 55A to Route 55 near Grahamsville; thence southeasterly along Route 55 to Route 209 at Napanoch; thence northeasterly along Route 209 to Route 28; thence southeasterly along Route 28 to Route 87 (New York State Thruway) at Kingston thence northerly along Route 87 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 3F

Those parts of Columbia and Dutchess Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Taconic State Parkway and Columbia County Route 2; then westerly along County Route 2 to Dutchess County Route 50; then westerly along Dutchess County Route 50 to Columbia County Route 2; then westerly along Columbia County Route 2 to Dutchess County Route 78; then westerly along County Route 78 to the Conrail Tracks (at Broadway Street); then northerly along the Conrail Tracks to the Columbia-Dutchess County line; then westerly along the Columbia-Dutchess County line to the Dutchess-Ulster county boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the Dutchess-Ulster county boundary to the Dutchess-Orange county boundary; thence southerly along the Dutchess-Orange county boundary to Interstate Route 84 (near Beacon); thence easterly along Interstate Route 84 to the Taconic State Parkway; thence northerly along the Taconic State Parkway to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 3G

Those parts of Dutchess and Putnam Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York- Connecticut boundary and U.S. Route 44; then westerly along Route 44 to State Route 199; then westerly along Route 199 to its junction with the Taconic State Parkway; thence southerly along the Taconic State Parkway to Interstate Route 84; thence easterly along Interstate I-84 to the New York-Connecticut State boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Connecticut State boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 3H

Those parts of Sullivan and Ulster Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Kellams Bridge Road (Town of Fremont Road 40) and the New York - Pennsylvania boundary (middle of the Delaware River) near Hankins; thence southeasterly along the Delaware River to Route 52 near Narrowsburg; thence southeasterly and northeasterly along Route 52 to Route 17B; thence easterly along Route 17B to Route 17 at Monticello; thence southeasterly along Route 17 to Route 209 near Wurtsboro; thence northeasterly along Route 209 to Route 55 at Napanoch; thence northwesterly along Route 55 to County Route 19 at Curry; thence northerly along County Route 19 to Hunter Road ; thence westerly along Hunter Road to Willowemoc Road; thence westerly along Willowemoc Road to County Route 83; thence westerly along County Route 83 to County Route 82; thence westerly along County Route 82 to County Route 81; thence westerly along County Route 81 to Route 17 at Livingston Manor; thence northwesterly along Route 17 to Sullivan County Route 124 at Roscoe; thence southerly along Sullivan County Route 124 to Sullivan County Route 92; thence southwesterly along Sullivan County Route 92 to Sullivan County Route 93 near Lake Florence; thence southwesterly along Sullivan County Route 93 to Sullivan County Route 94 at Fremont Center; thence southwesterly along Sullivan County Route 94 to Route 97 near Hankins; thence northwesterly along Route 97 to the Town of Fremont Road 40; thence westerly along the Town of Fremont Road 40 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 3J

Those parts of Orange, Ulster and Greene Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Greene-Columbia County boundary and State Route 23 (on the Rip Van Winkle Bridge) thence westerly along Route 23 to its intersection with State Route 9W; thence southerly to its intersection with State Route 23A; thence westerly along Route 23A to its intersection with the New York State Thruway (I-87), thence southerly along the New York State Thruway to Route 28 near Kingston; thence northwesterly along Route 28 to Route 209 ; thence southwesterly along Route 209 to Route 52 at Ellenville; thence southerly and easterly along Route 52 to the west bank of the Wallkill River at Walden; thence northerly along the west bank of the Wallkill River to Route 44 (and Route 55); thence northerly and easterly along Route 44 (and Route 55) to the Ulster-Dutchess county boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Ulster-Dutchess county boundary to the Ulster-Columbia county boundary; thence northerly along the Ulster-Columbia county boundary to the Greene-Columbia County boundary; thence northerly along the Greene-Columbia County boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 3K

Those parts of Orange and Sullivan Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 52 and the New York-Pennsylvania boundary (middle of the Delaware River) near Narrowsburg; thence southeasterly along the Delaware River to Route 209 at Port Jervis; thence northeasterly along Route 209 to Route 17 at Wurtsboro; thence northwesterly along Route 17 to Route 17B at Monticello; thence westerly along Route 17B to Route 52; thence southwesterly along Route 52 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 3M

Those parts of Orange, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 44 (and Route 55) and the west bank of the Hudson River; thence southerly and westerly along Route 44 (and Route 55) to the west bank of the Wallkill River; thence southerly along the west bank of the Wallkill River to Route 52 at Walden; thence westerly and northerly along Route 52 to Route 209 at Ellenville; thence southwesterly along Route 209 to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence southeasterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to the New York-New Jersey boundary; thence southeasterly along the New York-New Jersey boundary to Route 210 near Greenwood Lake; thence northeasterly along Route 210 to Orange County Route 5; thence northeasterly along Orange County Route 5 to Route 105 in the Village of Monroe; thence easterly and northerly along Route 105 to Route 32; thence northeasterly along Route 32 to Orange County Route 107; thence easterly along County Route 107 to Route 9W; thence northerly along Route 9W to the south bank of Moodna Creek; thence southeasterly along the south bank of Moodna Creek to the New Windsor- Cornwall town boundary; thence northeasterly along the New Windsor-Cornwall town boundary to the Orange-Dutchess County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Orange-Dutchess County boundary to Route 44 (and Route 55); thence westerly along Route 44 (and Route 55) to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 3N

Those parts of Dutchess and Putnam Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection Interstate Route 84 and the New York-Connecticut boundary; thence northerly and westerly along Interstate Route 84 to the Dutchess-Orange county boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the Dutchess-Orange county boundary to the Putnam-Orange county boundary; thence southerly along the Putnam-Orange county boundary to the Putnam-Rockland county boundary; thence southerly along the Putnam-Rockland county boundary to the Putnam-Westchester county boundary; thence northeasterly along the Putnam-Westchester county boundary to the New York-Connecticut boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Connecticut boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 3P

That part of Orange and Rockland Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Orange-Dutchess county boundary and the Cornwall-New Windsor town boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence westerly along the Cornwall-New Windsor town boundary to the south bank of Moodna Creek; thence northwesterly along the south bank of Moodna Creek to Route 9W; thence southerly along Route 9W to Orange county Route 107; thence westerly along County Route 107 to Route 32; thence southerly along Route 32 to Route 105; thence southerly along Route 105 to County Route 5; thence southwesterly along County Route 5 to Route 210; thence southwesterly along Route 210 to the New York-New Jersey boundary; thence southeasterly along the New York-New Jersey boundary to Route 17; thence northerly along Route 17 to Route 6 (Palisades Parkway); thence easterly along Route 6 to the Rockland-Westchester county boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Rockland-Westchester county boundary to the Rockland-Putnam county boundary; thence northerly along the Rockland-Putnam county boundary to the Orange-Putnam county boundary; thence northerly along the Orange-Putnam county boundary to the Orange-Dutchess county boundary; thence northerly along the Orange-Dutchess county boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 3R

That part of Rockland County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Rockland-Westchester County boundary and the Haverstraw-Stony Point Town boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Rockland-Westchester County boundary to Route 6 at the Bear Mountain Bridge; thence westerly along Route 6 to Route 17; thence southerly along Route 17 to the New York-New Jersey State boundary; thence southeasterly along the New York-New Jersey State boundary to the Rockland-Westchester County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Rockland-Westchester County boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 3S

All of Westchester County.


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