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DEC Region 7 WMUs

The following are legal descriptions of the Wildlife Management Units in Reigon 7/Central New York. Maps of these WMUs , in both PDF and jpg format, are avaialable. In addition a list of state lands in each wildlife management unit is also available.

Wildlife Management Unit 7A

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Those parts of Cayuga, Onondaga and Oswego Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the junction of Route 104A and Route 38 south of Sterling; thence southerly along Route 38 to Route 370; thence easterly along Route 370 to Route 690 in Baldwinsville; thence northerly along Route 690 to Route 48; thence northerly along Route 48 to Lamson Road; thence easterly along Lamson Road to the east shore of the Oswego River (at Phoenix); thence southerly along the east shore of the Oswego River to its confluence with the Oneida River; thence easterly along the north shore of the Oneida River to Route 11; thence northerly on Route 11 to the north bank of the Salmon River in Pulaski; thence westerly along the north bank of the Salmon River to the south shore of Lake Ontario; thence southwesterly along the south shore of Lake Ontario to Little Sodus Bay; thence southerly along the east shore of Little Sodus Bay and Voites Creek to Route 104A; thence easterly along Route 104A to the point of the beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 7F

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Those parts of Cayuga, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga and Seneca Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 38 and Route 370 at Victory; thence easterly along Route 370 to Route 690 in Baldwinsville; thence northerly along Route 690 to Route 48; thence northerly along Route 48 to Lamson Road; thence easterly along Lamson Road to the east shore of the Oswego River (at Phoenix); thence southerly along the east shore of the Oswego River to its confluence with the Oneida River; thence easterly along the north shore of the Oneida River to Route 11; thence northerly along Route 11 to Route 49; thence easterly along Route 49 to Route 13; thence southerly on Route 13 to Route 31; thence easterly on Route 31 to Route 316; thence southeasterly on Route 316 to Route 46; thence southerly on Route 46 to Route 5 south of Oneida; thence westerly and southerly along Route 5 to Route 173 in Chittenango; thence westerly on Route 173 to Route 175 in Onondaga Hill; thence westerly along Route 175 to Route 20 east of Skaneateles; thence westerly along Route 20 to the Seneca River; thence northerly along the west bank of the Seneca River to Route 31; thence easterly along Route 31 to Route 38 in Port Byron; thence northerly along Route 38 to the point of the beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 7H

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Those parts of Cayuga, Seneca and Tompkins Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 79 and the west bank of the Cayuga Lake Inlet at Ithaca; thence easterly along Route 79 to Route 366; thence northeasterly along Route 366 to Route 13; thence northeasterly along Route 13 to Route 38 in Dryden; thence northwesterly along Route 38 to Route 20 in Auburn; thence westerly along Route 20 to the west bank of the Seneca River; thence southerly along the west bank of the Seneca River to the west shore of Cayuga Lake; thence southerly along the west shore of Cayuga Lake to Cayuga Lake Inlet at Ithaca; thence southerly along the west bank of Cayuga Lake Inlet to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 7J

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Those parts of Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Tompkins, Oneida and Onondaga Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 13 and Route 38 in Dryden; thence northwesterly along Route 38 to Route 20 in Auburn; thence easterly along Route 20 to Route 175 east of Skaneateles; thence northeasterly along Route 175 to Route 173 at Onondaga Hill; thence easterly along Route 173 to Route 5 in Chittenango; thence easterly along Route 5 to Route 26, east of Vernon; thence southerly along Route 26 to Route 20; thence westerly along Route 20 to Route 13 in Cazenovia; thence southerly along Route 13 to Route 80; thence westerly along Route 80 to Route 81 in Tully Center; thence southerly along Route 81 to Route 13 in Cortland; thence southwesterly along Route 13 to the point of the beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 7M

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Those parts of Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga and Otsego Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 80 and Interstate 81 near Tully Center; thence southerly along Interstate 81 to State Route 26 near Whitney Point; thence northeasterly along State Route 26 to US Route 11; thence northwesterly along US Route 11 to State Route 206 in Whitney Point; thence easterly along State Route 206 to State Route 12 in Greene; thence northeasterly along State Route 12 to State Route 80 in Sherburne; thence easterly on State Route 80 to State Route 8 at Five Corners; thence northerly along State Route 8 to State Route 20 in Bridgewater; thence westerly along State Route 20 to State Route 13 in Cazenovia; thence southerly on State Route 13 to State Route 80; thence westerly on State Route 80 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 7P

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Those parts of Broome and Chenango Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Routes 26 and Interstate 81 near Whitney Point; thence northeasterly along State Route 26 to US Route 11, thence northwesterly along US Route 11 to State Route 206, thence easterly along State Route 206 to State Route 12 in Greene; thence northerly along State Route 12 to State Route 80 in Sherburne; thence easterly and southeasterly along State Route 80 to State Route 8 at New Berlin; thence southerly along State Route 8 to State Route 7 near Sidney; thence southwesterly along State Route 7 to State Route 79; thence southerly along State Route 79 to Interstate 88 near Harpursville; thence westerly along Interstate 88 to Interstate 81 in Binghamton; thence northerly along Interstate 81 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 7R

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Those parts of Broome, Chemung, Cortland, Schuyler, Tioga and Tompkins Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 79 and Route 228 at Mecklenburg; thence southerly along Route 228 to Route 224 at Odessa; thence southeasterly along Route 224 to Route 34 at Van Etten; thence easterly along Route 34 to Route 96 in Spencer; thence easterly and southerly along Route 96 to Route 38 north of Owego: thence northeasterly along Route 38 to Route 38B south of Newark Valley: thence southeasterly along Route 38B to Route 26 in Union Center; thence northerly along Route 26 to Route 81 in Whitney Point; thence northerly along Route 81 to Route 13 in Cortland; thence southwesterly along Route 13 to Route 366; thence southwesterly along Route 366 to Route 79; thence westerly along Route 79 to the point of the beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 7S

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Those parts of Broome, Chemung, Chenango and Tioga Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 224 and State Route 34 in Van Etten; thence easterly along State Route 34 to State Route 96 in Spencer; thence easterly and southerly along State Route 96 to State Route 38 north of Owego: thence northeasterly along State Route 38 to State Route 38B south of Newark Valley; thence southeasterly along State Route 38B to State Route 26 in Union Center; thence northerly along State Route 26 to Interstate 81 near Whitney Point; thence southerly along Interstate 81 to Interstate 88 in Binghamton; thence easterly along Interstate 88 to State Route 79 at Harpursville; thence southerly along State Route 79 to the New York-Pennsylvania boundary; thence westerly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to State Route 34 in Waverly; thence northerly on State Route 34 to the point of the beginning.


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