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Wildlife Management Unit 8A

Those parts of Monroe, Niagara and Orleans Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the point where the northerly extension of Route 269 (County Line Road) contacts the south shore of Lake Ontario at the eastern boundary of Golden Hill State Park; thence southerly along the extension of Route 269 and Route 269 (County Line Road) to Route 104 at Jeddo; thence westerly along Route 104 to Niagara County Route 271 (Stone Road); thence southerly along Niagara County Route 271 to Route 31E at Middleport; thence southerly along Route 31E to Route 31 (Maple Ridge Road); thence easterly along Route 31 to Route 31A at Medina; thence easterly along Route 31A to Route 31 near Brockport; thence easterly along Route 31 to Manitou Road south of West Greece; thence northerly along Manitou Road to Route 261 (still Manitou Road); thence northerly and northeasterly along Route 261 (Manitou and Manitou Beach Roads) to its end; thence southerly along Manitou Beach Road to its end near the Lake Ontario shoreline; thence easterly from the southern tip of Manitou Beach Road to the south shore of Lake Ontario at Manitou Beach; thence westerly along the south shore of Lake Ontario to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8C

Those parts of Monroe County lying within a continuous line beginning at the south shore of Lake Ontario at a point easterly of the southern tip of Manitou Beach Road; thence westerly to the southern tip of Manitou Beach Road; thence northerly along Manitou Beach Road to Route 261 (still Manitou Beach Road); thence southwesterly and southerly along Route 261 (Manitou Beach and Manitou Roads) to Manitou Road; thence southerly along Manitou Road to the Barge Canal south of West Greece; thence southeasterly along the south bank of the Barge Canal to the Genesee River southwest of Rochester; thence southwest along the west bank of the Genesee River to Route 252 (Jefferson Road) at the Ballantyne Bridge; thence easterly along Route 252 to Brighton-Henrietta Town Line Road; thence easterly along Brighton-Henrietta Town Line Road to Winton Road; thence northerly along Winton Road to the Barge Canal at Brighton; thence easterly along the south bank of the Barge Canal to the Pittsford-Henrietta Town boundary; thence southerly along the Pittsford-Henrietta Town boundary to Route 252 (Jefferson Road); thence easterly along Route 252 to Route 96 (still Jefferson Road) in the Village of Pittsford; thence southeasterly along Route 96 to the eastern boundary of the Town of Pittsford; thence northerly along the eastern boundary of the Town of Pittsford to the southern boundary of the Town of Penfield; thence easterly along the southern boundary of the Town of Penfield to Fellows Road; thence northerly along Fellows Road to Route 441 (Penfield Road); thence northwesterly along Route 441 to Dublin Road; thence northerly along Dublin Road to Sweets Corners Road; thence westerly along Sweets Corners Road to Route 250 (Nine Mile Point Road); thence southerly along Route 250 to Whalen Road; thence westerly along Whalen Road to Jackson Road Extension; thence northerly along Jackson Road Extension to Jackson Road; thence northerly along Jackson Road to the Penfield-Webster Town line; thence westerly along the Penfield-Webster Town line to the east shore of Irondequoit Bay; thence northerly along the east shore of Irondequoit Bay to the south shore of Lake Ontario; thence northwesterly along the south shore of Lake Ontario to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8F

Those parts of Monroe, Ontario, Cayuga, Seneca and Wayne Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York State Thruway and the Genesee River near Scottsville; thence easterly along the Thruway to Ontario County Road 8; thence northerly along Ontario County Road 8 and Wayne County Road 308 (Canandaigua Road) to Route 31 near Macedon; thence easterly along Route 31 to Route 38 at Port Byron; thence northerly along Route 38 to Route 104A; thence westerly along Route 104A to Voites Creek at the southern end of Little Sodus Bay; thence northerly along the east shore of Voites Creek and Little Sodus Bay to the south shore of Lake Ontario; thence westerly along the south shore of Lake Ontario to Irondequoit Bay; thence southerly along the east shore of Irondequoit Bay to the Penfield-Webster Town line; thence easterly along the Penfield-Webster Town line to Jackson Road; thence southerly along Jackson Road to Jackson Road Extension; thence southerly along Jackson Road Extension to Whalen Road; thence easterly along Whalen Road to Route 250 (Nine Mile Point Road); thence northerly along Nine Mile Point Road to Sweets Corners Road; thence easterly along Sweets Corners Road to Dublin Road; thence southerly along Dublin Road to Route 441 (Penfield Road); thence southeasterly along Route 441 to Fellows Road; thence southerly along Fellows Road to the southern boundary of the Town of Penfield; thence westerly along the southern boundary of the Town of Penfield to the eastern boundary of the Town of Pittsford; thence southerly along the eastern boundary of the Town of Pittsford to Route 96 (Jefferson Road) southeast of the Village of Pittsford; thence northwesterly along Route 96 to Route 252 (still Jefferson Road) in the Village of Pittsford; thence westerly along Route 252 to the Pittsford-Henrietta Town boundary; thence northerly along the Pittsford-Henrietta Town boundary to the Barge Canal; thence westerly along the south bank of the Barge Canal to Winton Road at Brighton; thence southerly along Winton Road to Brighton-Henrietta Town Line Road; thence westerly along Brighton-Henrietta Town Line Road to Route 252 (Jefferson Road); thence westerly along Route 252 to the Genesee River southwest of Rochester; thence southwesterly along the west bank of the Genesee River to the of point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8G

Those parts of Erie, Genesee, Monroe, Niagara and Orleans Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 31E and Route 31 near Middleport; thence westerly along Route 31 to Griswold Street; thence southerly along Griswold Street to Ditch Road; thence southerly along Ditch Road to Foot Road; thence southerly along Foot Road to the north bank of Tonawanda Creek; thence westerly along the north bank of Tonawanda Creek to Route 93; thence southerly along Route 93 to Route 5; thence easterly along Route 5 to Crittenden-Murrays Corners Road south of Akron; thence southerly along Crittenden-Murrays Corners Road to Alden-Crittenden Road at Crittenden; thence southerly along Alden-Crittenden Road to Route 20 at Alden; thence easterly along Route 20 to Route 19 near Pavilion Center; thence northerly along Route 19 to the New York State Thruway (IR 90); thence easterly along the Thruway to the west bank of the Genesee River near Scottsville; thence northeasterly along the west bank of the Genesee River to the south bank of the Barge Canal near Rochester; thence northwesterly along the south bank of the Barge Canal to Manitou Road south of West Greece; thence southerly along Manitou Road to Route 31; thence westerly along Route 31 to Route 31A near Brockport; thence westerly along Route 31A to Route 31 (Maple Ridge Road) at Medina; thence westerly along Route 31 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8H

Those parts of Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario and Wyoming Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 39 and Route 246 near Perry; thence northeasterly along Route 39 to Route 20A; thence northeasterly and northerly along Route 20A to Route 20; thence easterly along Route 20 to Route 21; thence northerly along Route 21 to the New York State Thruway; thence westerly along the Thruway to Route 19; thence southerly along Route 19 to Route 63; thence southeasterly along Route 63 to Route 246; thence southerly along Route 246 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8J

Those parts of Ontario, Seneca, Wayne, and Yates Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 31 and the west bank of the Seneca River; thence westerly along State Route 31 to Wayne County Route 308 (Canandaigua Road) at Macedon; thence southerly along Wayne County Route 308 to Ontario County Route 8; thence southerly along Ontario County Route 8 to the New York State Thruway; thence easterly along the New York State Thruway to State Route 21 near Manchester; thence southerly along State Route 21 to North Main Street in the City of Canandaigua (still State Route 21); thence southerly along North and South Main Streets to the City Pier at the north end of Canandaigua Lake; thence easterly along the north shore and southerly along the east shore of Canandaigua Lake to Deep Run Creek in the Town of Gorham; thence easterly along Deep Run Creek to State Route 364; thence southerly and easterly along State Route 364 to State Route 14A; thence southerly along State Route 14A to State Route 54 in Penn Yan; thence northeasterly along State Route 54 to East Main Street in the Village of Penn Yan; thence southeasterly along East Main Street to Yates County Route 1 (Himrod Road); thence southeasterly along Yates County Route 1 to Yates County Route 36; thence northeasterly along Yates County Route 36 to Plum Point Road; thence southerly along Plum Point Road to Plum Point Creek; thence easterly along Plum Point Creek to the west shore of Seneca Lake; thence northerly along the west shore of Seneca Lake to the Milo-Torrey Town boundary; thence easterly along the Milo-Torrey Town boundary to the Seneca-Yates County boundary (middle of Seneca Lake); thence northerly along the Seneca-Yates County boundary to the Romulus-Ovid Town boundary; thence easterly along this boundary to Willard Road; thence easterly along Willard Road to State Route 96A; thence easterly along State Route 96A to Seneca County Route 139; thence southerly and easterly along Seneca County Route 139 to Sheldrake Park Road; thence easterly along Sheldrake Park Road to the west shore of Cayuga Lake; thence northerly along the west shore of Cayuga Lake to the west bank of the Seneca River; thence northerly along the west bank of the Seneca River to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8M

Those parts of Livingston, Steuben and Wyoming Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 39 and Route 19A near Castile; thence southerly along Route 19A to Route 436 at Portageville; thence easterly along Route 436 to Route 63 at Dansville; thence easterly along Route 63 to Route 15 at Wayland; thence northerly along Route 15 to Route 20A at Livonia; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along Route 20A to Route 39 at Geneseo; thence southwesterly along Route 39 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8N

Those parts of Livingston, Ontario, Steuben and Yates Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 20A and Route 15 at Livonia; thence southerly along Route 15 to Route 21 at Wayland; thence easterly and northeasterly along Route 21 to Route 53 at Naples; thence southerly along Route 53 to Ontario County Route 21; thence easterly along Ontario County Route 21 to Yates County Route 18 (Italy Valley Road); thence easterly and northeasterly along Yates County Route 18 to Route 364 in Potter; thence westerly and northerly along Route 364 to Deep Run Creek in the Town of Gorham, Ontario County; thence westerly along Deep Run Creek to the east shore of Canandaigua Lake; thence northerly along the east shore and westerly along the north shore of Canandaigua Lake to the City Pier at the north end of Canandaigua Lake; thence northerly along the City Pier to South Main Street in the City of Canandaigua; thence northerly along South Main Street to Route 20; thence westerly along Route 20 to Route 20A; thence southwesterly, northerly, and westerly along Route 20A to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8P

Those parts of Livingston, Ontario, Steuben and Yates Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 36 and Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) near Arkport; thence easterly along Route 17 to Belfast Street at Bath; thence easterly along Belfast Street to Route 415 (West Washington Street); thence southeasterly along Route 415 to Route 54; thence northeasterly along Route 54 to Route 54A near Hammondsport; thence northeasterly along Route 54A to Steuben County Route 74 near Pulteney; thence westerly along Steuben County Route 74 to Route 53 at Prattsburg; thence northerly along Route 53 to Steuben County Route 122; thence northerly along Steuben County Route 122 to Yates County Route 32; thence northerly along Yates County Route 32 to Yates County Route 34; thence westerly along Yates County Route 34 to Yates County Route 18; thence westerly along Yates County Route 18 to Ontario County Route 21; thence westerly along Ontario County Route 21 to Route 53; thence northerly along Route 53 to Route 21 at Naples; thence southwesterly along Route 21 to Route 63 at Wayland; thence westerly along Route 63 to Route 36 at Dansville; thence southerly along Route 36 to point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8R

Those parts of Schuyler, Steuben, and Yates Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 54 and 54A at Hammondsport; thence northeasterly along Route 54 to Steuben County Route 87; thence northeasterly along Steuben County Route 87 to Steuben County Route 96; thence easterly along Steuben County Route 96 to Steuben County Route 114; thence easterly along Steuben County Route 114 to Schuyler County Route 23; thence easterly and southeasterly along Schuyler County Route 23 to Schuyler County Route 28; thence southeasterly along Schuyler County Route 28 to Route 409 at Watkins Glen; thence southerly along Route 409 to Route 414; thence easterly along Route 414 to the west bank of the Barge Canal in Watkins Glen; thence northerly along the west bank of the Barge Canal to the shore of Seneca Lake; thence westerly along the south shore and northerly along the west shore of Seneca Lake to Plum Point Creek; thence westerly along Plum Point Creek to Plum Point Road; thence northerly along Plum Point Road to Yates County Route 36; thence westerly along Yates County Route 36 to Yates County Route 1 (Himrod Road); thence northwesterly along Yates County Route 1 to East Main Street in the village of Penn Yan; thence northwesterly along East Main Street to Route 54 in Penn Yan; thence southwesterly along Route 54 to Route 14A; thence northerly along Route 14A to Route 364; thence westerly along Route 364 to Yates County Route 18 (Italy Valley Road); thence southwesterly along Yates County Route 18 to Yates County Route 34; thence easterly along Yates County Route 34 to Yates County Route 32; thence southerly along Yates County Route 32 to Steuben County Route 122; thence southerly along Steuben County Route 122 to Route 53; thence southerly along Route 53 to Steuben County Route 74; thence easterly along Steuben County Route 74 to Route 54A near Pulteney; thence southwesterly along Route 54A to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8S

Those parts of Schuyler, Seneca, Tompkins and Yates Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 14 and Route 414 in Watkins Glen; thence southerly along Route 14 to Route 224 at Montour Falls; thence easterly along Route 224 to Route 228 at Odessa; thence northerly along Route 228 to Route 79 at Mecklenburg; thence easterly along Route 79 to the west bank of the Cayuga Lake Inlet at Ithaca; thence northerly along the west bank of the Cayuga Lake Inlet to the south shore of Cayuga Lake; thence westerly along the south shore and northerly along the west shore of Cayuga Lake to Sheldrake Park Road; thence westerly along Sheldrake Park Road to Seneca County Route 139; thence westerly along Seneca County Route 139 to Route 96A; thence westerly along Route 96A to Willard Road; thence westerly along Willard Road to the Romulus-Ovid Town boundary; thence westerly along the Romulus-Ovid Town boundary to the Yates-Seneca County boundary (middle of Seneca Lake); thence southerly along the Yates-Seneca County boundary to the Milo-Torrey Town line; thence westerly along the Milo-Torrey Town line to the west shore of Seneca Lake; thence southerly along the west shore and easterly along the south shore of Seneca Lake to the west bank of the Barge Canal at Watkins Glen; thence southerly along the west bank of the Barge Canal to Route 414; thence westerly and southerly along Route 414 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8T

That part of Steuben County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 36 and Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) near Arkport; thence southeasterly along Route 36 to Route 417 at Jasper; thence easterly along Route 417 to Route 15 at Erwin; thence northeasterly along Route 15 to Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) near Corning; thence northwesterly and westerly along Route 17 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8W

Those parts of Chemung, Schuyler, and Steuben Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Routes 54 and 54A near Hammondsport; thence southwesterly along Route 54 to Route 415 (Washington Street) at Bath; thence westerly along Route 415 to Belfast Street; thence westerly along Belfast Street to Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway); thence southeasterly and easterly along Route 17 to Route 13 near Horseheads; thence northerly along Route 13 to Route 223; thence easterly and northeasterly along Route 223 to Route 224 in the Town of Van Etten; thence northwesterly along Route 224 to Route 14 at Montour Falls; thence northerly along Route 14 to Route 409 at Watkins Glen; thence northwesterly along Route 409 to Schuyler County Route 28; thence northwesterly along Schuyler County Route 28 to Schuyler County Route 23; thence northwesterly and westerly along Schuyler County Route 23 to Steuben County Route 114; thence westerly along Steuben County Route 114 to Steuben County Route 96; thence westerly along Steuben County Route 96 to Steuben County Route 87; thence southwesterly along Steuben County Route 87 to Route 54; thence southwesterly along Route 54 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8X

Those parts of Allegany and Steuben Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Allegany County Route 2 and Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) at Almond; thence easterly along Allegany County Route 2 to Route 21; thence southerly along Route 21 to Route 417 at Andover; thence easterly along Route 417 to Allegany County Route 22 (Independence Road); thence southerly along Allegany County Route 22 to Route 248; thence southeasterly and easterly along Route 248 to Allegany County Route 19 (Spring Mills Road) near Whitesville; thence southerly along Allegany County Route 19 to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to Route 15 (south of Lindley); thence northerly along Route 15 to Route 417; thence westerly along Route 417 to Route 36 near Jasper; thence northwesterly along Route 36 to Route 17 (Southern Tier Expressway) near Arkport; thence southwesterly along Route 17 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 8Y

Those parts of Chemung, Steuben and Tioga Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 15 and Route 17 near Corning; thence southwesterly and southerly along Route 15 to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to Route 34 at Waverly; thence northerly along Route 34 to Route 224 at Van Etten; thence northwesterly along Route 224 to Route 223; thence southwesterly and westerly along Route 223 to Route 13; thence southerly along Route 13 to Route 17 near Horseheads; thence westerly along Route 17 to the point of beginning.


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