Wildlife Management District 16
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- NOTE: This Wildlife Management District (WMD) map is for reference purposes only. For precise WMD boundary delineation, please refer to the written WMD boundary decription (see below). WMD boundaries and imagery may not overlay precisely due to digitizing error, differences in projections, and the scale at which WMD boundaries were drawn.
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Wildlife Management District 16 Boundary Description
[Belgrade Lakes Area]
Boundary description begins at the southwest corner of WMD 16, and proceeds clockwise.
WMD 16. District 16 shall be that portion of the state located within the following bounds: Beginning at the point where the State Highway #202 bridge crosses the Androscoggin River in Auburn; then following State Highway #202 westerly to State Highway #4 in Auburn; then following State Highway #4 northerly to State Highway #108 in Livermore; then following State Highway #108 northwesterly to State Highway #140 in Canton; then following State Highway #140 northeasterly to State Highway #4 in Jay; then following State Highway #4 northerly to State Highway #43 in Farmington; then following State Highway #43 northeasterly to State Highway #148 in Industry; then following State Highway #148 northeasterly to the bridge across the Kennebec River in Anson; then following the western shore of the Kennebec River southerly to the Interstate Highway #95 bridge across the Kennebec River in Fairfield; then following Interstate Highway #95 southerly to State Highway #202 in Augusta; then following State Highway #202 westerly to the point of origin at the Androscoggin River bridge in Auburn.
WMD 16 is located on the Delorme Maine Atlas and Gazetteer Maps # 11, 12, 13, 19, 20, and 21.