Maine Wildlife Management Areas Article

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Maine Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) are state owned lands managed by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. The WMAs comprise approximately 100,000 acres and contain a diverse array of habitats, from wetland flowages critical to waterfowl production to the spruce-fir forests of northern Maine on which Canada Lynx, moose and wintering deer are dependent. Spread geographically throughout all counties of the State the properties are available for a multitude of recreational opportunities, with a focus on hunting, fishing and trapping. The focus on offering these types of recreational opportunities is in line with the funding used to acquire such properties, historically accomplished with funding from Federal Aid to Wildlife Restoration and State bonding approved by voters. [1]

List of Maine Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs)

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References

  1. ^ "Wildlife Management Areas: Lands: Wildlife: Fish & Wildlife: Maine Dept of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife". maine.gov. Retrieved 22 November 2017.