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Wildlife Management Unit 9A

Those parts of Erie and Niagara Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the confluence of the East Branch of the Niagara River and Tonawanda Creek (Niagara-Erie county boundary) near Tonawanda; thence easterly along the Niagara-Erie county boundary (Tonawanda Creek) to Route 78; thence northerly along Route 78 to Route 31 in Lockport; thence northeasterly along Route 31 to Route 31E at Middleport; thence northerly along Route 31E to Niagara County Route 271 (Stone Road); thence northerly along Niagara County Route 271 to Route 104; thence easterly along Route 104 to Route 269 (County Line Road) at Jeddo; thence northerly along Route 269 and its northern extension to the south shore of Lake Ontario at the eastern boundary of Golden Hill State Park; thence westerly along the south shore of Lake Ontario to the New York-Canadian boundary; thence southerly along the New York-Canadian boundary to the Grand Island-Tonawanda town line; thence northeasterly along the Grand Island-Tonawanda town line to the Niagara-Erie county boundary; thence easterly along the Niagara-Erie county boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9C

That part of Erie County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Grand Island-Tonawanda town line and the Niagara-Erie County boundary; thence easterly along the Niagara-Erie County boundary (Tonawanda Creek) to its intersection with Route 78; thence southerly along Route 78 to its intersection with Greiner Road; thence easterly along Greiner Road to its intersection with Route 268; thence southerly along Route 268 (Salt Road) in Clarence to its intersection with Route 5; thence westerly along Route 5 to its intersection with Ransom Road; thence southerly along Ransom Road to its intersection with Route 33; thence westerly along Route 33 to its intersection with Route 78; thence southerly along Route 78 to its intersection with Route 20; thence southwesterly along Route 20 to its intersection with Route 20A; thence westerly along Route 20A and its extension (Big Tree road) to Lake Erie; thence northerly along the shores of Lake Erie and the Niagara River to the Peace Bridge; thence westerly along the Peace Bridge to the International boundary; thence northerly along the International boundary to the Grand Island-Tonawanda town line; thence northwesterly and northeasterly along the Grand Island-Tonawanda town line to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9F

Those parts of Erie and Niagara Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Routes 31 and 78 (Transit Road) in Lockport; thence southerly along Route 78 to Greiner Road in Williamsville; thence easterly along Greiner Road to Route 268 (Salt Road) in Clarence; thence southerly along Route 268 to Route 5; thence westerly along Route 5 to Ransom Road; thence southerly along Ransom Road to Route 33 (Genesee Street); thence westerly along Route 33 to Route 78; thence southerly along Route 78 to Route 20; thence southerly and southwesterly along Route 20 to Route 20A at Big Tree; thence easterly along Route 20A to Four Rod Road at Wales Center; thence northerly along Four Rod Road to Liberia Road; thence westerly along Liberia Road to Two Rod Road; thence northerly along Two Rod Road to Route 354(Clinton Street); thence easterly along Route 354 to Exchange Street; thence northerly along Exchange Street to Route 20 in Alden; thence easterly along Route 20 to Alden-Crittenden Road; thence northerly along Alden-Crittenden Road to Crittenden-Murrays Corner Road; thence northerly along Crittenden-Murrays Corner Road to Route 5 south of Akron; thence westerly along Route 5 to Route 93; thence northerly along Route 93 to the north bank of Tonawanda Creek; thence easterly along the north bank of Tonawanda Creek to Foot Road; thence northerly along Foot Road to Ditch Road; thence northerly along Ditch Road to Griswold Street; thence northerly along Griswold Street to Route 31; thence westerly along Route 31 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9G

Those parts of Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, and Erie Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Routes 20 and 20A at Big Tree; thence westerly along Route 20A and its extension (Big Tree Road) to the shore of Lake Erie; thence southwesterly along the shore of Lake Erie to Central Avenue in Dunkirk; thence southerly along Central Avenue to Route 5; thence easterly along Route 5 to Route 60; thence southeasterly along Route 60 to Route 20; thence northeasterly along Route 20 to Route 39; thence easterly along Route 39 to Route 62 in Gowanda; thence northeasterly along Route 62 to Route 391 in Hamburg; thence southeasterly along Route 391 to Route 219; thence northeasterly along Route 219 to Route 20A near Orchard Park; thence westerly along Route 20A to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9H

Those parts of Erie, Genesee, and Wyoming Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 19 and Route 20 near Pavilion Center; thence westerly along Route 20 to Exchange Street at Alden; thence southerly along Exchange Street to Route 354 (Clinton Street); thence westerly along Route 354 to; Two Rod Road; thence southerly along Two Rod Road to Liberia Road; thence easterly along Liberia Road to Four Rod Road; thence southerly along Four Rod Road to Route 20A at Wales Center; thence westerly along Route 20A to Route 219 near Orchard Park; thence southwesterly along Route 219 to Route 391; thence northwesterly along Route 391 to Route 62 in Hamburg; thence southwesterly along Route 62 to the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek at Gowanda; thence easterly along the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek to Route 98 at Arcade; thence southerly along Route 98 to Route 39; thence northeasterly along Route 39 to Route 246 at Perry; thence northerly along Route 246 to Route 63; thence northwesterly along Route 63 to Route 19 at Pavilion; thence northerly along Route 19 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9J

That part of Chautauqua County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Central Avenue and the shore of Lake Erie at Dunkirk; thence southwesterly along the shore of Lake Erie to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence southerly and easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to Chautauqua County Route 53 near Fentonville; thence northerly along Chautauqua County Route 53 to Route 62 at Frewsburg; thence northeasterly along Route 62 to Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway); thence southwesterly along Route 17 to its intersection with Route 60 north of Jamestown; thence northwesterly along Route 60 to Route 5 in Dunkirk; thence southwesterly along Route 5 to Central Avenue; thence northerly along Central Avenue to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9K

Those parts of Cattaraugus and Chautauqua Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 20 and Route 60 at Reed Corners; thence southerly along Route 60 to Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) near Jamestown; thence northeasterly along Route 17 to its intersection with West Main Street near the Cattaraugus County boundary; thence easterly along West Main Street to Main Street in Randolph; thence easterly along Main Street to Route 394; thence easterly along Route 394 to Route 242; thence northeasterly along Route 242 to Route 353 at Little Valley; thence northwesterly along Route 353 to Cattaraugus County Route 4 (Broadway Road) at Snyders Corners; thence northerly along Cattaraugus County Route 4 to Palmer Street in Gowanda; thence westerly along Palmer Street to Commercial Street; thence northerly along Commercial Street to South Water Street; thence northwesterly along South Water Street to Route 39; thence westerly along Route 39 to Route 20; thence southwesterly along Route 20 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9M

That part of Cattaraugus County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the south bank of the Cattaraugus Creek and Route 39 at Gowanda; thence southerly along Route 39 to South Water Street; thence southeasterly along South Water Street to Commercial Street; thence southerly along Commercial Street to Palmer Street; thence easterly along Palmer Street to Cattaraugus County Route 4 (Broadway Road); thence southerly along Cattaraugus County Route 4 to Route 353 at Snyders Corners; thence southeasterly along Route 353 to Route 242 at Little Valley; thence northeasterly along Route 242 to Route 219 at Ellicottville; thence southeasterly along Route 219 to Route 98 at Great Valley; thence northeasterly along Route 98 to Route 16 near Cadiz; thence northerly along Route 16 to the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek near Yorkshire; thence southwesterly along the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9N

Those parts of Allegany, Cattaraugus, and Wyoming Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek and Route 16 near Yorkshire; thence southerly along Route 16 to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad south of Machias; thence northeasterly along the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to Route 98; thence southeasterly along Route 98 to Route 243; thence southeasterly along Route 243 to Route 19 at Caneadea; thence southerly along Route 19 to Allegany County Route 46 (East Hill Road) at Caneadea; thence easterly along Allegany County Route 46 to the east bank of the Genesee River; thence northeasterly along the east bank of the Genesee River to Route 436 at Portageville; thence westerly along Route 436 to Route 19A; thence northerly along Route 19A to Route 39; thence southwesterly along Route 39 to Route 98 at Arcade; thence northerly along Route 98 to the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek; thence westerly along the south bank of Cattaraugus Creek to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9P

Those parts of Allegany, Livingston, and Steuben Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 436 and the Genesee River at Portageville; thence southwesterly and southeasterly along the east bank of the Genesee River to Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway); thence southwesterly along Route 17 to Route 305 near Cuba; thence southerly along Route 305 to Allegany County Route 40 in West Clarksville; thence southeasterly along Allegany County Route 40 to Route 275 at Richburg; thence southerly along Route 275 to Route 417 in Bolivar; thence northeasterly along Route 417 to the Genesee River at Wellsville; thence northerly along the east bank of the Genesee River to Allegany County Route 9 (River Street) at Scio; thence easterly along Allegany County Route 9 to Allegany County Route 10 (Vandermark Road) at Scio; thence northeasterly along Allegany County Route 10 to Route 244 at Five Corners; thence easterly along Route 244 to Route 21 at Alfred Station; thence northerly along Route 21 to Allegany County Route 2 at Almond; thence westerly along Allegany County Route 2 to Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway); thence northeasterly along Route 17 to Route 36 near Arkport; thence northerly along Route 36 to Route 436 at Dansville; thence westerly along Route 436 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9R

Those parts of Cattaraugus and Chautauqua Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 98 and Route 219 at Great Valley; thence northerly along Route 219 to Route 242 at Ellicottville; thence southwesterly along Route 242 to Route 394; thence westerly along Route 394 to Main Street in Randolph; thence westerly along Main Street to West Main Street; thence westerly along West Main Street to Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway); thence westerly along Route 17 to Route 62; thence southwesterly along Route 62 to Chautauqua County Route 53 at Frewsburg; thence southerly along Chautauqua County Route 53 to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to the Allegany State Park boundary; thence northeasterly along the Allegany State Park boundary to Parkway Drive at Salamanca; thence northerly along Parkway Drive to Route 417; thence northeasterly along Route 417 to Route 219; thence northerly along Route 219 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9S

That part of Cattaraugus County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York-Pennsylvania boundary and Parkside Drive (southern portion known as Cattaraugus County Route 31); thence northerly along Parkside Drive to the Allegany State Park boundary (which is also the south boundary of the Allegany Indian Reservation); thence northwesterly and southwesterly along said boundary to the New York- Pennsylvania boundary; thence easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9T

That part of Cattaraugus County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York-Pennsylvania boundary line and the west bank of the Allegheny River; thence northerly and westerly along the bank of the Allegheny River to its intersection with Route 16 at Olean; thence northerly along Route 16 to Exit 26 of Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway); thence northerly along Route 17 to Route 16 (Exit 27) near Maplehurst; thence northerly along Route 16 to Route 98 east of Cadiz; thence southwesterly along Route 98 to Route 219 at Great Valley; thence southerly along Route 219 to Route 417 at Salamanca; thence southwesterly along Route 417 to Parkway Drive; thence southwesterly along Parkway Drive to the Allegany State Park boundary; thence southeasterly along the Allegany State Park boundary to its intersection with Parkside Drive; thence southerly along Parkside Drive (southern portion known as Cattaraugus County Route 31) to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence easterly along this boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9W

Those parts of Allegany and Cattaraugus Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and Route 16 near Machias; thence southerly along Route 16 to Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) near Maplehurst; thence northeasterly along Route 17 to the east bank of the Genesee River near Belvidere; thence northwesterly along the east bank of the Genesee River to Allegany County Route 46 (East Hill Road) at Caneadea; thence westerly along Allegany County Route 46 to Route 19; thence northerly along Route 19 to Route 243 at Caneadea; thence northwesterly along Route 243 to Route 98; thence northwesterly along Route 98 to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad; thence southwesterly along the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9X

Those parts of Allegany and Cattaraugus Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York-Pennsylvania boundary and the east bank of the Genesee River (south of Shongo); thence northerly along the east bank of the Genesee River to Route 417 at Wellsville; thence southwesterly along Route 417 to Route 275 at Bolivar; thence northerly along Route 275 to Allegany County Route 40 at Richburg; thence northwesterly along Allegany County Route 40 to Route 305 at West Clarksville; thence northerly along Route 305 to Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) at Cuba; thence southwesterly along Route 17 to Route 16 (Exit 26) at the City of Olean; thence southerly along Route 16 to the south bank of the Allegheny River; thence easterly and southerly along the bank of the Allegheny River to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence easterly along this boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 9Y

That part of Allegany County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Allegany County Route 10, Route 19 and Allegany County Route 9 (River Street) in Scio; thence westerly along Allegany-County Route 9 to the east bank of the Genesee River; thence southeasterly along the east bank of the Genesee River to the New York-Pennsylvania Boundary; thence easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania Boundary to Allegany County Route 19 (Spring Mills Road); thence northwesterly along Allegany County Route 19 to Route 248 near Whitesville; thence northwesterly along Route 248 to Allegany County Route 22; thence northerly, easterly and northerly again along Allegany County Route 22 to Route 417 east of Andover; thence westerly along Route 417 to Route 21 at Andover; thence northerly along Route 21 to Route 244 at Alfred Station; thence southwesterly along Route 244 to Allegany County Route 10 (Vandermark Road) at Five Corners; thence southwesterly along Allegany County Route 10 to the point of beginning.


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