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Map: Honeoye Creek Wildlife Management Area

Map: Honeoye Creek Wildlife Management Area

Located north of the hamlet of Honeoye in Ontario County, this 717 acre Wildlife Management Area was Purchased in 1988 with funds from the 1986 Environmental Quality Bond Act. The area consists of agricultural fields, brushlots, woodlands and swamps that provide a varied habitat fro many species of wildlife.

Management of the area emphasizes habitat conservation for wildlife, compatible public use and enjoyment of the area's attributes, and serves as an educational demonstration area for land management techniques.

Map: Stid Hill Multiple Use Area

Map: Stid Hill Multiple Use Area

The Stid Hill Multiple Use Area is a 847 acre tract of land situated in the townships of Bristol and South Bristol in Ontario County. It is bounded by Route 64 on the west and Dugway Road on the north. Ganargua Creek, better known as Mud Creek, flows along Route 64.

At one time, Stid Hill was productive sheep and cattle grazing land. Today the grazing has been eliminated. The mixture of steep hills, ravines, gullies, gorges, woods, and open areas create scenic vistas and also provide varied wildlife habitats.

Game species such as deer, grey squirrels, grouse, rabbits and turkey provide exciting public hunting opportunities.

Map: Honoeye Inlet WMA South Parcel

Map: Honoeye Inlet WMA South Parcel

Located north of the hamlet of Honeoye in Ontario County, this 717 acre Wildlife Management Area was Purchased in 1988 with funds from the 1986 Environmental Quality Bond Act. The area consists of agricultural fields, brushlots, woodlands and swamps that provide a varied habitat fro many species of wildlife.

Management of the area emphasizes habitat conservation for wildlife, compatible public use and enjoyment of the area's attributes, and serves as an educational demonstration area for land management techniques.