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Charlie La Rosa <[log in to unmask]>
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Vermont Birds <[log in to unmask]>
Sat, 21 Sep 2013 19:23:20 -0400
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For information on any of the Vermont Wildlife Management Areas, go to the
VT Fish and Wildlife Department website. In the drop-down menu under
Hunting and Trapping you will find a menu of all of the WMAs in the state.
Look up the one you want or pull up a list of those in your area. There is
a printable fact sheet with directions, history, and species, and a
printable colored map of each WMA. The map shows the boundaries of the
public land, access points, roads, trails, and parking areas. Have fun!
Charlie La Rosa

On Sat, Sep 21, 2013 at 6:40 PM, Roy Pilcher <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Here is a neat little trick to find/follow directions to a birding site
> such as Little Otter Creek W.M.A.!
> Providing a list has been posted, at the bottom there will be a link to
> the original posting.  On the original posting at the top there is a link
> to the "Map" of the site.  Click on the link and bring up the map.  Click
> on "Satellite" that will yield all topographical features and road names.
>  Manipulate for size.  Take out your handy digital camera, [mine is
>  PowerShot], and take a picture of the image on your computer screen.  Now
> you are all set to go and find "Little otter Creek W.M.A.!
> Don't forget to take the camera!
> Cheers, Roy Pilcher.
> I'm not sure what happened on my last posting,
> so I'll try it this way. Go to my posting from two
> days ago about Common Gallinules in Ferrisburgh.
> I wrote the directions in that posting.
> Good luck,
> Jim Mead