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Wildlife Management Unit 4A

Those parts of Albany, Schenectady, Schoharie and Montgomery Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 146 and Route 397 at Altamont; thence northeasterly along Route 397 to Dunnsville Road; thence northerly along Dunnsville Road to Schenectady County Route 99 (Windy Hill Road); thence northerly along Route 99 to Route 406; thence westerly along Route 406 to Schenectady County Route 103; thence northerly along Schenectady County Route 103 to Route 7; thence northeasterly along Route 7 to Route 90 (N.Y.S. Thruway); thence northerly along Route 90 to Schenectady County Route 58; thence northeasterly along Schenectady County Route 58 to Route 5S; thence northwesterly along Route 5S to Lock 9 connection bridge; thence northeasterly along Lock 9 connection bridge to State Route 5; thence northwesterly and westerly along Route 5 to State Route 10 at Canajoharie; thence southerly along Route 10 to Route 20; thence southeasterly along Route 20 to Route 145 at Sharon; thence southeasterly along Route 145 to Route 7 at Cobleskill; thence northeasterly along Route 7 to Schenectady County Route 131; thence southerly along Schenectady County Route 131 to Albany County Road 252; thence southeasterly along Albany County Road 252 to Route 146; thence easterly along Route 146 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4B

Those parts of Albany and Schenectady Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Conrail Railroad and the Albany-Schenectady county boundary in the town of Guilderland; thence northeasterly along the Albany-Schenectady county boundary to the Schenectady-Saratoga county boundary; thence northwesterly along the Schenectady-Saratoga county boundary (middle of the Mohawk River), to the Niskayuna -Glenville town boundary (middle of the Mohawk River), to the City of Schenectady - Town of Glenville boundary (middle of the Mohawk River) to the Rotterdam - Glenville town boundary (middle of the Mohawk River) to the Lock 9 connection bridge; thence southwesterly along the Lock 9 connection bridge to Route 5S; thence southeasterly along Route 5S to Schenectady County Route 58; thence southwesterly along Route 58 to Route 90 (N.Y.S. Thruway); thence southerly along Route 90 to Route 7; thence southwesterly along Route 7 to Schenectady County Route 103; thence southeasterly along Schenectady County Route 103 to Route 406; thence easterly along Route 406 to Schenectady County Route 99 (Windy Hill Road); thence southerly along Schenectady County Route 99 to Dunnsville Road; thence southerly along Dunnsville Road to Route 397; thence southwesterly along Route 397 to Route 146 in Altamont; thence southeasterly along Route 146 to Main Street in Altamont; thence westerly along Main Street to Route 156; thence southeasterly along Route 156 to Picard Road (Albany County Route 307); thence southeasterly along Picard Road to Route 85A; thence southwesterly along Route 85A to Route 85; thence southerly along Route 85 to Route 443; thence southeasterly along Route 443 to Albany County Route 301 at Clarksville; thence southeasterly along Albany County Route 301 to Route 32; thence southwesterly along Route 32 to Route 143; thence southeasterly and easterly along Route 143 to Route 9W; thence southerly along Route 9W to the Albany-Greene county boundary; thence easterly along the Albany-Greene county boundary to the Albany-Rensselaer county boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Albany-Rensselaer county boundary to the Bethlehem-Coeymans town boundary; thence westerly along the Bethlehem-Coeymans town boundary to the west bank of the Hudson River; thence northerly along the west bank of the Hudson River to the south bank of the Vloman Kill Creek; thence northwesterly along the south bank of the Vloman Kill Creek to Route 144; thence northerly along Route 144 to Feura Bush Road at Glenmont; thence southwesterly along Feura Bush Road to Route 32; thence southwesterly along Route 32 to the Conrail Railroad; thence northwesterly along the Conrail Railroad to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4C

Those parts of Rensselaer and Washington Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Routes 346 and 22 in North Petersburg; thence southeasterly along Route 346 to the New York-Vermont boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Vermont boundary to Route 67; thence westerly along Route 67 to State Route 125; thence northwest along Route 125 to the Saratoga-Rensselaer County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the middle of the Hudson River to Route 4; thence easterly and southerly along Route 4 to 125th Street in Troy; thence easterly along 125th Street to Route 142; thence northeasterly and southeasterly along Route 142 to Route 7 at Brunswick Center; thence northeasterly along Route 7 to Route 278; thence southeasterly along Route 278 to Rensselaer County Route 129 at Clums Corners; thence northeasterly along Rensselaer County Route 129 to Route 7 near Boyntonville; thence easterly along Route 7 to Route 22; thence southerly along Route 22 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4F

Those parts of Chenango, Delaware, Herkimer, Madison, Oneida, Otsego and Schoharie Counties lying in a continuous line beginning with the intersection of State Route 20 and State Route 145 at Sharon; thence westerly along State Route 20 to State Route 8 at Bridgewater; thence southerly along State Route 8 to the junction of state highway 8 and 80; thence southerly along state highway 8 and 80 to state highway 7; thence northeasterly along state highway 7 to State Route 23 at Oneonta; thence southeasterly along State Route 23 to State Route 10 at Stamford; thence northerly along State Route 10 to State Route 7 in Richmondville; thence northeasterly along State Routes 7 and 10 to State Route 145 in Cobleskill; thence northerly along State Route 145 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4G

Those parts of Albany, Delaware, Greene Schenectady and Schoharie Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Schenectady County Route 131 and Route 7; thence southwesterly along Route 7 to Route 10; thence southwesterly along Route 10 to Route 23; thence easterly along Route 23 to Schoharie County Route 14; thence easterly along Schoharie County Route 14 to Route 30; thence northerly along Route 30 to Route 990V; thence easterly along Route 990V to Schoharie County Route 3; thence easterly along Schoharie County Route 3 to Greene County Route 36; thence easterly along Greene County Route 36 to Albany County Route 354; thence northeasterly along Albany County Route 354 to Albany County Route 81; thence southeasterly along Albany County Route 81 to Route 145; thence northwesterly along Route 145 to Schoharie County Route 66 (Cotton Hill Road) near Middleburgh; thence northeasterly along Schoharie County Route 66 to Schoharie County Route 1B (Rickard Hill Road); thence southeasterly along Schoharie County Route 1B to Dutch Settlement Road; thence easterly along Dutch Settlement Road to Albany County Route 9; thence northerly along Albany County Route 9 to Route 443 in West Berne; thence easterly along Route 443 to Albany County Route 254; thence northeasterly along Albany County Route 254 to Route 156; thence northeasterly along Route 156 to Albany County Route 255 (Knox-Gallupville Road) near Knox; thence northwesterly along Albany County Route 255 to Albany County Route 259 (West Township Road); thence northerly along Albany County Route 259 to Albany County Route 252; thence northwesterly along Albany County Route 252 to Schenectady County Route 131; thence northerly along Schenectady County Route 131 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4H

Those parts of Albany, Greene, and Schoharie Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 397 and Route 146 at Altamont; thence westerly along Route 146 to Albany County Road 252; thence northwesterly along Albany County Road 252 to Route 259 (West Township Road); thence southwesterly and southerly along Route 259 to Albany County Route 255 (Knox-Gallupville Road); thence southeasterly along Albany County Route 255 to Route 156 near Knox; thence southwesterly along Route 156 to Albany County Route 254; thence southwesterly along Albany County Route 254 to Route 443 near West Berne; thence westerly along Route 443 to Albany County Route 9 in West Berne; thence southerly along Albany County Route 9 to Dutch Settlement Road; thence westerly along Dutch Settlement Road to Schoharie County Route 1B (Rickard Hill Road); thence northwesterly along Schoharie County Route 1B to Schoharie County Route 66 (Cotton Hill Road); thence southwesterly along Schoharie County Route 66 to Route 145 in Middleburgh; thence southeasterly along Route 145 to Route 23; thence easterly along Route 23 to Route 32; thence northwesterly and northeasterly along Route 32 to Albany County Route 301 at Meads Corners; thence northwesterly along Albany County Route 301 to Route 443 near Clarksville; thence northwesterly along Route 443 to Route 85; thence easterly and northerly along Route 85 to Route 85A; thence northeasterly along Route 85A to Picard Road (Albany County Route 307); thence northwesterly along Picard Road to Route 156; thence northwesterly along Route 156 to Main Street in Altamont; thence easterly along Main Street to Route 146; thence northerly along Route 146 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4J

That part of Albany County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Conrail Railroad and the Albany-Schenectady county boundary in the town of Guilderland; thence southeasterly along the Conrail Railroad to Route 32; thence easterly along Route 32 to Feura Bush Road; thence northeasterly along Feura Bush Road to Glenmont Road (in Bethlehem Center); thence easterly along Glenmont Road to Route 144 at Glenmont; thence southerly along Route 144 to the south bank of the Vloman Kill Creek; thence southeasterly along the south bank of the Vloman Kill Creek to the west bank of the Hudson River; thence southerly along the west bank of the Hudson River to the Bethlehem-Coeymans town boundary; thence easterly along the Bethlehem-Coeymans town boundary to the Albany-Rensselaer County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Albany-Rensselaer county boundary to the Albany-Saratoga county boundary (middle of the Mohawk River); thence northwesterly along the Albany-Saratoga county boundary to the Albany-Schenectady county boundary; thence southwesterly along the Albany-Schenectady county boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4K

That part of Rensselaer County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Routes 43, 66 and County Route 42 at Sand Lake; thence northeasterly along County Route 42 to County Route 43; thence northerly along County Route 43 to County Route 40 at Barbersville; thence easterly along County Route 40 to County Route 79; thence northerly and northwesterly along County Route 79 to State Route 2; thence westerly along State Route 2 to Rensselaer County Route 278 at Clums Corners; thence westerly along Route 278 to State Route 7; thence southwesterly along State Route 7 to State Route 142 at Brunswick Center; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along State Route 142 to 125th Street in Troy; thence westerly along 125th Street to State Route 4; thence northerly and westerly along State Route 4 to the Rensselaer-Saratoga County boundary (middle of the main navigable channel of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the Rensselaer-Saratoga County boundary to the Rensselaer-Albany County boundary; thence southerly along the Rensselaer-Albany County boundary to the Berkshire extension of the New York State Thruway; thence southeasterly along the Berkshire extension of the Thruway to State Route 203; thence northeasterly along State Route 203 to State Route 20; thence southeasterly and southerly to the New York-Massachusetts boundary; thence northerly along the new York-Massachusetts boundary to State Route 43; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along State Route 43 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4L

That part of Rensselaer County lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Routes 346 and 22 at North Petersburg; thence northerly along State Route 22 to State Route 7; thence westerly along State Route 7 to Rensselaer County Route 129 near Boytonville; thence southwesterly along Rensselaer County Route 129 to State Route 2 near Clums Corners; thence easterly along State Route 2 to County Route 79; thence southeasterly and southerly along County Route 79 to County Route 40 at Barbersville; thence southeasterly along County Route 40 to County Route 43; thence southerly along County Route 43 to County Route 42; thence southwesterly along County Route 42 to State Route 43 at Sand Lake; thence southeasterly along State Route 43 to the New York-Massachusetts boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Massachusetts boundary to State Route 346; thence westerly along State Route 346 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4O

Those parts of Broome, Chenango, Delaware and Otsego Counties lying with a continuous line beginning at the intersection and the New York - Pennsylvania boundary and State Route 79 near the hamlet of State Line; thence easterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to the West Branch of the Delaware River near Hale Eddy and continues across the river in the same direction to the east bank; thence northerly along the east bank and northeasterly along the south bank of the West Branch of the Delaware River and the Cannonsville Reservoir to State Route 10 at Beerston; thence northeasterly along State Route 10 to State Route 23; thence westerly and northerly along State Route 23 to the Susquehanna River south of the City of Oneonta; thence southwesterly along the Susquehanna River to Main Street in the City of Oneonta; thence northerly along Main Street Chestnut Street, thence westerly along Chestnut street to State Route 7; thence southerly along State Route 7 to State Route 79 thence southwesterly and southerly along State Route 79 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4P

Those parts of Delaware and Schoharie Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the eastern intersection of Route 10 and Route 206 in Walton; thence southeasterly along Route 206 to Route 30 in Downsville; thence southeasterly along Route 30 to the south bank of the East Branch of the Delaware River; thence northeasterly along the south bank of the East Branch of the Delaware River to the southern shore of the Pepacton Reservoir; thence northeasterly along the southern shore of the Pepacton Reservoir to the south bank of the East Branch of the Delaware River; thence northeasterly along the south bank of the East Branch of the Delaware River to Route 30 near Margaretville; thence northeasterly along Route 30 to Schoharie County Route 14; thence westerly along Schoharie County Route 14 to Route 23; thence westerly along Route 23 to Route 10; thence southwesterly along Route 10 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4R

Those parts of Albany, Delaware, Greene, Schoharie and Ulster Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 23 and Route 145; thence northwesterly along Route 145 to its junction with Route 81 at Cooksburg; thence westerly along Route 81 to its junction with Albany County Route 354; thence southwesterly along Route 354 to Greene County Route 36; thence southwesterly along Route 36 to Schoharie County Route 3; thence westerly along Schoharie County Route 3 to Route 990V; thence westerly along Route 990V to Route 30; thence southerly along Route 30 to Route 28 at Margaretville; thence easterly on Route 28 to its junction with Route 42 at Shandaken; thence northerly along Route 42 to Greene County Route 13 at Lexington; thence northeasterly along Greene County Route 13 to Route 23A; thence southeasterly along Route 23A to Route 296 in Hunter; thence northeasterly along Route 296 to Greene County Route 65; thence northerly along Greene County Route 65 to Route 23; thence northeasterly and southeasterly along Route 23 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4S

Those parts of Albany and Greene Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Albany-Greene county boundary and the Greene-Columbia county boundary; thence westerly along the Albany-Greene county boundary to Route 9W; thence northerly along Route 9W to Route 143; thence westerly along Route 143 to Route 32; thence westerly and southerly along Route 32 to Route 23; thence westerly along Route 23 to Joseph Chadderdon Road; thence southeasterly along Joseph Chadderdon Road to Hearts Content Road (Greene County Route 31); thence southeasterly along Hearts Contents Road to Route 32; thence southerly along Route 32 to State Route 23A; thence northerly and easterly along 23A to its intersection with State Route 9W; thence northerly on Route 9W to its intersection with State route 23; thence easterly on Route 23 to the Columbia-Greene county boundary in the middle of the Hudson River (on the Rip Van Winkle Bridge); thence northerly along the Greene-Columbia county boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4T

Those parts of Columbia and Rensselaer Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the Berkshire extension of the New York State Thruway and Route 203 (near North Chatham); thence northwesterly along the Berkshire extension of the Thruway to the Rensselaer-Albany county boundary (middle of the main navigable channel of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the Rensselaer-Albany county boundary to the Columbia-Greene county boundary (Hudson River); thence southerly along the Columbia-Greene county boundary to Route 23 (Rip Van Winkle Bridge); thence southeasterly along Route 23 to Route 9; thence northerly along Route 9 to Route 66 in Hudson; thence northeasterly and northerly along Route 66 to Columbia County Route 17; thence northerly along Columbia County Route 17 to Route 203; thence northeasterly along Route 203 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4U

Those parts of Columbia and Rensselaer Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 20 and the New York-Massachusetts boundary; thence northwesterly along Route 20 to Route 203 in Nassau; thence southwesterly along Route 203 to Columbia County Route 17; thence southerly along Columbia County Route 17 to Route 66; thence southerly along Route 66 to Route 203 in Chatham; thence southeasterly along Route 203 to Route 22; thence northeasterly along Route 22 to Reference Route 980D (958 on markers one tenth of a mile apart along this highway by Department of Transportation); thence easterly along Route 980D to the New York-Massachusetts boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Massachusetts boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4W

Those parts of Delaware, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the eastern intersection of Route 206 and Route 10 in Walton; thence southwesterly along Route 10 to the south bank of the West Branch of the Delaware River at Beerston; thence southwesterly along the south bank of the West Branch of the Delaware River and the Cannonsville Reservoir and southeasterly along the east bank of the West Branch of the Delaware River to the intersection of a line projected eastward along the Broome County, NY - Wayne County, PA border to the east bank of the West Branch of the Delaware River; thence westerly along said line to the New York - Pennsylvania boundary (middle of the West Branch of the Delaware River); thence southeasterly along the New York-Pennsylvania boundary to Kellams Bridge (Town of Fremont Road 40); thence easterly along Town of Fremont Road 40 to Sullivan County Route 97; thence southeasterly along Sullivan County Route 97 to Sullivan County Route 94 near Hankins; thence northeasterly along Sullivan County Route 94 to Sullivan County Route 93 at Fremont Center; thence northeasterly along Sullivan County Route 93 to Sullivan County Route 92 near Lake Florence; thence northeasterly along Sullivan County Route 92 to Sullivan County Route 124; thence northerly along Sullivan County Route 124 to Route 17 at Roscoe; thence southeasterly along Route 17 to Sullivan County Route 179; thence northerly along Route 179 to Sullivan County Route 151; thence northerly along Route 151 to Sullivan County Route 152; thence northeasterly along Sullivan County Route 152 to Ulster County Route 54 near Lew beach; thence northeasterly along Ulster County Route 54 to Big Pond Road to Barkaboom Road; thence northeasterly and northwesterly along Barkaboom Road to the west bank of Deerlick Brook; thence southwesterly along the west bank of Deerlick Brook to the west bank of Barkaboom Stream; thence northwesterly along the west bank of Barkaboom Stream to the south shore of the Pepacton Reservoir; thence southwesterly along the south shore of the Pepacton Reservoir to the south bank of the East Branch of the Delaware River; thence southwesterly along the south bank of the East Branch of the Delaware River to Route 30; thence westerly along Route 30 to Route 206 at Downsville; thence northwesterly along Route 206 to the point of the beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4Y

Those parts of Columbia and Dutchess Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 203 and the Taconic State Parkway (near Chatham); thence westerly along Route 203 to Route 66; thence southwesterly along Route 66 to Route 9 (in Hudson); thence southerly along Route 9 to Route 23; thence northwesterly along Route 23 to the Columbia-Greene county boundary (middle of main navigable channel of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the Columbia - Greene county boundary to the Columbia - Ulster county boundary; thence southerly along the Columbia - Ulster county boundary to the Columbia - Dutchess county boundary; thence southeasterly along the Columbia - Dutchess county boundary to the Conrail Tracks; thence southerly along the Conrail Tracks to Dutchess County Route 78(Broadway St.); thence easterly along County Route 78 to County Route 2 in Columbia County; thence easterly along County Route 2 to Dutchess County Route 50; thence easterly along Dutchess County Route 50 to Columbia County Route 2; thence easterly along Columbia County Route 2 to the Taconic State Parkway; thence northerly along the Taconic State Parkway to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 4Z

Those parts of Columbia and Dutchess Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the New York-Massachusetts boundary and Reference Route 980D (958 on markers one tenth of a mile apart along this highway by Department of Transportation); thence westerly along Route 980D to Route 22; thence southwesterly along Route 22 to Route 203; thence northwesterly along Route 203 to the Taconic State Parkway; thence southerly along the Taconic State Parkway to its junction with State Route 199 in Dutchess County; thence easterly along Route 199 to State Route 44; thence northeasterly along U.S. Route 44 to the New York -Connecticut boundary; thence northerly along the New York - Connecticut boundary to the New York - Massachusetts boundary; thence along the New York - Massachusetts boundary to the point of beginning.


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