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Fish and Wildlife Service



50 CFR Part 17



Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Revised Critical Habitat 
for the Arroyo Toad; Final Rule

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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

Fish and Wildlife Service

50 CFR Part 17

[Docket No. FWS-R8-ES-2009-0069; MO 92210-0-0009-B4]
RIN 1018-AV89


Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Revised Critical 
Habitat for the Arroyo Toad

AGENCY: Fish and Wildlife Service, Interior.

ACTION: Final rule.

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SUMMARY: We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), are 
designating final revised critical habitat for the arroyo toad 
(Anaxyrus californicus, Bufo californicus). We are designating 
approximately 98,366 acres (ac) (39,807 hectares (ha)) of habitat in 
Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange, 
and San Diego Counties, California, as critical habitat for the arroyo 
toad. This final revised designation constitutes an increase of 
approximately 86,671 ac (35,074 ha) from the 2005 designation of 
critical habitat for the arroyo toad. A taxonomic name change has 
occurred and been accepted for the arroyo toad. Throughout the 
remainder of this document we will use the currently recognized name 
for the listed entity, Anaxyrus californicus, for references to the 
arroyo toad.

DATES: This rule becomes effective on March 11, 2011.

ADDRESSES: The final rule, final economic analysis, and map of critical 
habitat will be available on the Internet at http://www.regulations.gov 
at Docket No. FWS-R8-ES-2009-0069, http://www.fws.gov/ventura/, and 
http://www.fws.gov/carlsbad/. Comments and materials received, as well 
as supporting documentation used in preparing this final rule, will be 
available for public inspection, by appointment, during normal business 
hours, at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ventura Fish and Wildlife 
Office, 2493 Portola Road, Suite B, Ventura, CA 93003; telephone 805-
644-1766; facsimile 805-644-3958.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Diane Noda, Field Supervisor, U.S. 
Fish and Wildlife Service, Ventura Fish and Wildlife Office (see 
ADDRESSES section) or Jim Bartel, Field Supervisor, U.S. Fish and 
Wildlife Service, Carlsbad Fish and Wildlife Office, 6010 Hidden Valley 
Road, Suite 101, Carlsbad, CA 92011; telephone 760-431-9440; facsimile 
760-431-9624. If you use a telecommunications device for the deaf 
(TDD), call the Federal Information Relay Service (FIRS) at 800-877-
8339.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: 

Background

    We intend to discuss only those topics directly relevant to the 
designation of revised critical habitat for the arroyo toad under the 
Endangered Species Act, as amended (16 U.S.C. 1531 et seq.), in this 
final rule. For more information on the taxonomy, biology, and ecology 
of the arroyo toad, refer to the final listing rule published in the 
Federal Register on December 16, 1994 (59 FR 64859); the final critical 
habitat rule published in the Federal Register on February 7, 2001 (66 
FR 9414); the final revised critical habitat rule published in the 
Federal Register on April 13, 2005 (70 FR 19562); and the proposed 
revised critical habitat rule published in the Federal Register on 
October 13, 2009 (74 FR 52612). Additionally, information on this 
species can be found in the Recovery Plan for the Arroyo Southwestern 
Toad (Bufo microscaphus californicus) finalized on July 24, 1999 
(Service 1999). The nomenclature for the listed entity has changed to 
``arroyo toad (Anaxyrus californicus)'' but this change does not alter 
the description or distribution of the animals.

Change in Taxonomic Nomenclature

    When we made the proposed revised critical habitat for the arroyo 
toad available on October 13, 2009 (74 FR 52612), we proposed a 
nomenclature change to the arroyo toad from Bufo californicus to 
Anaxyrus californicus and for that change to be published in the Code 
of Federal Regulations (CFR). Based on the information presented in the 
proposed revised rule (see Taxonomy and Nomenclature of the proposed 
rule (74 FR 52612; October 13, 2009)) and acceptance by the scientific 
community, we make that change and are amending the List of Endangered 
and Threatened Wildlife at 50 CFR 17.11(h) to identify the listed 
entity as ``arroyo toad (Anaxyrus californicus).''

New Information on Species' Description, Life History, Ecology, Habitat 
and Range

    We did not receive any new information pertaining to the 
description, ecology, or habitat of the arroyo toad following the 2009 
proposed rule to revise critical habitat (74 FR 52612; October 13, 
2009). However, the following paragraphs discuss new information that 
we received regarding the species' life history and status, and the 
areas needed for arroyo toad conservation.

Life History

    The following additional information and clarifications on the life 
history of the arroyo toad are based on comments from peer reviewers 
(see Peer Review section below) received on the proposed revised rule 
(74 FR 52612; October 13, 2009).
    We stated in the revised proposed rule that most arroyo toads 
become sexually mature in the spring following metamorphosis. However, 
we should clarify that unlike males, female arroyo toads generally do 
not become sexually mature until 2 years of age (Sweet 1992, p. 52).
    In the proposed revised rule, we stated that arroyo toads need 
breeding pools that are less than 12 inches (in.) (30 centimeters (cm)) 
deep. However, a peer reviewer pointed out that pools ``less than 12 
in. (30 cm) deep'' may not include any suitable breeding habitat in 
some cases. Breeding pools need a band of current-free water near the 
shoreline that is 2 to 4 feet (ft) (0.6 to 1.2 meters (m)) wide and 
less than 4 in. (10 cm) deep. The peer reviewer has found that arroyo 
toad egg clutches are laid entirely or mostly in water less than 4 in. 
(10 cm) deep with minimal current velocity because egg strands are not 
attached to any substrate features and can be swept away by even very 
small currents. Additionally, egg strands or portions of strands that 
end up in water over about 6 in. (15 cm) deep are often attacked by 
fungus and fail to hatch (Sweet 1992, p. 57). Based on the above 
information, we now specify that arroyo toads need breeding pools that 
are no more than 6 in. (15 cm) deep. We have also made changes as 
appropriate to the primary constituent elements (PCEs) in this final 
rule (see the ``Primary Constituent Elements for the Arroyo Toad'' 
section below). For more life history information, please see the 
``Life History'' section in the proposed revised critical habitat 
designation published in the Federal Register on October 13, 2009 (74 
FR 52612).

Reasons for Decline and Threats

    Comments we received on the proposed revised rule (74 FR 52612; 
October 13, 2009) provided additional information and clarifications on 
threats to the arroyo toad.
    In the 2009 proposed rule under the ``Reasons for Decline and 
Threats'' section, we stated that the introduction of aquatic species 
not native to southern California watercourses has been facilitated by 
construction of the California Aqueduct and other sources of inter-
basin water transport (Service 1999, p. 48). We also stated that

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currently, the California Aqueduct is linked directly to the Santa Ynez 
River, Santa Clara River, San Jacinto River, and Mojave River Basins. 
However, one peer reviewer noted that the Santa Ynez River is connected 
to the California Aqueduct only via many tens of kilometers of buried 
pipeline, with numerous pump stations. It is far less likely that 
macroscopic, nonnative organisms will survive such transport than is 
the case for the Santa Clara, San Jacinto and Mojave drainage 
connectors, so the threat posed to the San Ynez River populations from 
aqueduct transfer is not of the same order of magnitude as for the 
other systems.
    In the 2009 proposed rule under the ``Reasons for Decline and 
Threats'' section, we also noted that nonnative species that compete 
for resources with or prey on arroyo toads pose a serious threat to 
arroyo toads. Nonnative amphibians, such as bullfrogs (Lithobates 
catesbeianus) and African clawed frogs (Xenopus laevis), are known to 
feed on arroyo toads at various life stages (Ramirez 2007, p. 102). 
Arroyo toad tadpoles are also subject to predation by introduced fish 
species, especially green sunfish (Lepomis cyanellus) and prickly 
sculpin (Cottus asper), whereas mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis) and 
crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) have been observed to prey on arroyo 
toad eggs in addition to tadpoles. The presence of deep and persistent 
pools during summer and fall constitute a threat to arroyo toads 
because such pools provide refuge and breeding habitat for nonnative 
predators such as crayfish, various warm-water fish species, African 
clawed frogs, and bullfrogs. Artificially sustained flow regimes and 
activities that create ponds (including the introduction of beaver 
(Castor canadensis) into central and southern coastal montane regions) 
make habitat more suitable for bullfrogs and African clawed frogs than 
for arroyo toads (Sweet 1992, p. 156). For example, the presence of 
bullfrogs is an indicator of how the natural hydrology of a stream 
drainage has been altered. Bullfrog tadpoles mature more slowly than 
arroyo toads and many other amphibians and require permanent water for 
a full year (Hecnar and M'Closkey 1997, p.146), whereas arroyo toads 
are essentially a terrestrial species and need aquatic habitats with 
shallow pools and minimal current only during the breeding season. In 
stream habitats with pools that predominately persist through the 
summer and then dry up by the fall, arroyo toads would be at an 
advantage in comparison to nonnative species. In a modified system with 
deep pools that persist year-round, both species must rely on the same 
habitat for breeding, even though their biological needs differ, which 
allows bullfrogs more opportunity to prey on essentially all life 
stages of arroyo toads.
    We have also received new information on the threat that feral pigs 
(Sus scrofa) pose not only to amphibians in general, but in particular 
to arroyo toads in critical habitat units 15, 16, 17, and 18. The 
Forest Service is studying the effects of feral pigs in the San Diego 
River where pigs were released approximately 3 years ago on tribal 
lands. According to a forest biologist on the Cleveland National 
Forest, feral pigs have now spread as far north as Lake Henshaw and 
east into Cuyamaca State Park, possibly into the San Luis Rey River, 
San Vincente Creek, and Sweetwater River (Winter in litt. 2010). In a 
recent study by Jolley et al. (2010, p. 519), wild pigs were found to 
negatively affect almost all aspects of ecosystem structure and 
function. Their rooting disturbs soil layers and natural decomposition 
cycles. Typically traveling in groups, areas where pigs have rooted 
appear as if rototilled, leaving large areas of bare earth that can be 
easily colonized by invasive weeds. In addition to rooting and habitat 
alteration, wild pigs prey on reptiles and amphibians, although the 
extent of predation has not been quantified (Jolley et al. 2010, p. 
520).
    In recent decades, large fires in the West have become more 
frequent, more widespread, and potentially more deadly (Joint Fire 
Science Program (JFSP) 2007, pp. 1-12). Wildfire has always been a 
periodic visitor to southern California forests, as part of the cycle 
of natural dynamics that influences the composition of our forests 
(JFSP 2007, p. 1). However, recently there has been a shift to more 
severe fires in some locations and wildfire effects are often 
exacerbated by drought and insect attack. In addition, fire suppression 
activities such as fire line construction, hand line construction, 
bulldozing, water withdrawal using helicopters and pumps, backfiring, 
and fire camp and safety zone construction pose a threat to the arroyo 
toad.
    Direct mortality to arroyo toads can result from construction of 
fuelbreaks and safety zones in stream terraces where arroyo toads are 
burrowed. Bulldozing operations can also severely degrade other 
essential upland habitats. For example, in response to the Zaca Fire 
that occurred on the Los Padres National Forest in 2007, a number of 
broad fuelbreaks and safety zones were bulldozed in several areas, 
including the lower portions of Mono and Indian Creeks (Sweet 2007a, 
pp. 1-9; 2007b, p. 1). Based on research along Mono and Indian Creeks 
prior to the fire (Sweet 1992, pp. 1-198; 1993, pp. 1-73), juvenile and 
adult arroyo toads were known to make extensive use of the stream 
terraces where several of the fuelbreaks and safety zones were 
constructed. In August and September of 2007 when construction 
occurred, a large proportion of the population would have been within 
burrows on the terraces and any toads that were in those burrows were 
very likely killed by the bulldozing (Sweet 2007a, p. 1). In addition 
to causing direct mortality, Sweet (2007a, p. 1) reported that the 
bulldozing operations severely degraded essential upland habitat by 
removing shade and the opportunity for toads to select microclimates 
based on soil temperature, moisture content, and ground cover. The 
bulldozing also created substantial barriers to toad movement through 
the placement of large piles of woody debris between the creek bed and 
the terraces. This formed ideal conditions for the terraces to become 
invaded by nonnative weeds, in particular yellow star thistle 
(Centaurea solstitialis), and thus created unsuitable habitat for 
arroyo toads because they are unable to dig burrows for shelter or 
aestivation in terraces where yellow star thistle is well-established 
(Sweet 2007a, p. 1). Based on the above information, we believe arroyo 
toads suffer direct mortality and habitat loss from fire suppression 
activities.

Previous Federal Action

    On July 20, 2007 (Service 2007, pp. 1-2), we announced that we 
would review the April 13, 2005, final rule after questions were raised 
about the integrity of scientific information used and whether the 
decision made was consistent with the appropriate legal standards. 
Based on our review of the previous final critical habitat designation, 
we determined it was necessary to revise critical habitat, and we 
published a proposal to revise the designation on October 13, 2009 (74 
FR 52612). Additionally, on December 19, 2007, the Center for 
Biological Diversity filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for 
the Southern District of California challenging our 2005 designation of 
critical habitat for the arroyo toad (Center for Biological Diversity 
v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Case No. 07-2380-JM-AJB). On June 5, 
2008, the court entered a consent decree requiring a proposed revised 
critical habitat rule to be submitted to the Federal Register by 
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and a final revised critical habitat designation to be submitted to the 
Federal Register by October 1, 2010. On June 29, 2010, we published in 
the Federal Register a notice reopening the comment period on the 
proposed rule and making available the draft economic analysis (75 FR 
37358). On August 10, 2010, the U.S. District Court granted a motion to 
modify the stipulated settlement agreement to submit the final revised 
critical habitat determination to the Federal Register on January 21, 
2011. For more information on previous Federal actions concerning the 
arroyo toad, refer to the proposed revisions to critical habitat 
published in the Federal Register on October 13, 2009 (74 FR 52612).

Summary of Changes From the 2005 Critical Habitat Designation

    On April 28, 2004 (69 FR 23254), we proposed to designate 138,713 
ac (56,133 ha) of critical habitat for the arroyo toad in 23 units. On 
April 13, 2005 (70 FR 19562), we designated approximately 11,695 ac 
(4,733 ha) of critical habitat for the arroyo toad in six units. We 
proposed to revise this designation to approximately 109,110 ac (44,155 
ha) in 22 units on October 13, 2009 (74 FR 52612). This final revised 
critical habitat designation includes approximately 98,366 ac (39,807 
ha) in 21 units, after excluding portions of Units/Subunits 6b, 8, 9, 
10a, 10b, 11a, 13b, 13c, 14, 15, 16d, 17a, 18c, and 19a (approximately 
11,697 ac (4,734 ha)) based on consideration of economic, national 
security, and other relevant impacts (see Exclusions Under Section 
4(b)(2) of the Act section below). The areas identified in this final 
revised rule constitute revisions of areas excluded and designated as 
critical habitat for the arroyo toad on April 13, 2005 (70 FR 19562; 
Figure 1), and proposed revisions to that rule published on October 13, 
2009 (74 FR 52612). This final revised critical habitat designation 
includes approximately 98,366 ac (39,807 ha) of land in Santa Barbara, 
Ventura, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange, and San Diego 
Counties, California. Table 1 below outlines the differences between 
the 2005 final critical habitat rule (70 FR 19562; April 13, 2005), the 
2009 proposed revisions to the critical habitat designation (74 FR 
52612; October 13, 2009), and this final revised critical habitat 
designation for the arroyo toad. For more information on the 
differences between the 2005 critical habitat rule and the 2009 
proposed revised critical habitat rule, please see the Summary of 
Changes From Previously Designated Critical Habitat section of the 
proposed revised critical habitat rule published in the Federal 
Register on October 13, 2009 (74 FR 52612).

 Table 1--Changes Between the April 13, 2005, Arroyo Toad Revised Critical Habitat Designation; the October 13,
2009 and the June 29, 2010, Proposed Revised Designation; and This Revised Final designation. Acreage Values Are
                                  Approximate and May Not Total Due to Rounding
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                                                                             2009 and 2010
                                                       2005 Designation        Proposed       2010 Final revised
 Critical habitat unit  in this                           of revised       revisions to the    critical habitat
           final rule                   County         critical habitat    critical  habitat  designation and ac
                                                          and ac (ha)     designation and ac         (ha)
                                                                                 (ha)
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1. San Antonio River............  Monterey..........  Entire Unit         Entire Unit         Entire Unit
                                                       excluded under      exempted under      exempted under
                                                       4(b)(2) for         4(a)(3).            4(a)(3).
                                                       national security
                                                       reasons.
2. Sisquoc River................  Santa Barbara.....  Designated as Unit  Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       2: 4,800 (1,942).   2: 3,775 (1,528).   2: 3,775 (1,528).
3. Upper Santa Ynez River Basin.  Santa Barbara.....  Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       excluded under      3: 3,032 (1,227).   3: 3,032 (1,227).
                                                       4(b)(2) for
                                                       economic reasons.
4. Sespe Creek..................  Ventura...........  Designated as Unit  Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       4: 4,008 (1,622).   4: 2,760 (1,117).   4: 2,760 (1,117).
5. Piru Creek...................  Ventura...........  Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       excluded under      5: 2,507 (1,015).   5: 2,507 (1,015).
                                                       4(b)(2) for
                                                       economic reasons.
5a..............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 5a: 1,358   Subunit 5a: 1,358
                                                                           (550).              (550).
5b..............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 5b: 1,149   Subunit 5b: 1,149
                                                                           (465).              (465).
6. Upper Santa Clara River Basin  Los Angeles.......  Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       excluded under      6: 3,795 (1,537).   6: 2,802 (1,134).
                                                       4(b)(2) for
                                                       economic reasons.
6a..............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 6a: 520     Subunit 6a: 520
                                                                           (210).              (210).
6b..............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 6b: 1,995   Subunit 6b: 1,003
                                                                           (807).              (406).
6c..............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           subunit 6c: 1,279   Subunit 6c: 1,279
                                                                           (518).              (518).
7. Upper Los Angeles River Basin  Los Angeles.......  Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       excluded under      7: 1,190 (482).     7: 1,190 (482).
                                                       4(b)(2) for
                                                       economic reasons.
8. Lower Santa Ana River Basin..  Orange............  Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       excluded under      8: 2,182 (883).     8: 737 (298).
                                                       4(b)(2) for
                                                       economic reasons.
9. San Jacinto River Basin......  Riverside.........  Designated as Unit  Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       9: 700 (283).       9: 2,406 (974).     9: 2,391 (968).
9a..............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 9a: 1,226   Subunit 9a: 1,226
                                                                           (496).              (496).
9b..............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 9b: 1,180   Subunit 9b: 1,166
                                                                           (478).              (472).

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10. San Juan Creek Basin........  Orange, Riverside.  Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       excluded under      10: 5,667 (2,293).  10: 3,496
                                                       4(b)(2) for                             (1,415).
                                                       economic reasons.
10a.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 10a:        Subunit 10a:
                                                                           4,728 (1,913).      3,096 (1,253).
10b.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 10b: 939    Subunit 10b: 399
                                                                           (380).              (161).
11. San Mateo Creek Basin.......  Orange, San Diego.  Entire Unit either  Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       excluded under      11: 1,878 (758).    11: 1,820 (737).
                                                       4(b)(2) for
                                                       economic reasons
                                                       or exempted under
                                                       4(a)(3).
11a.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 11a:        Subunit 11a: 975
                                                                           1,034 (418).        (395).
11b.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 11b: 844    Subunit 11b: 844
                                                                           (341).              (341).
12. Lower Santa Margarita River   San Diego.........  Entire Unit either  Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
 Basin.                                                excluded under      12: 1,009 (408).    12: 1,009 (408).
                                                       4(b)(2) for
                                                       economic reasons
                                                       or exempted under
                                                       4(a)(3).
12a.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 12a: 394    Subunit 12a: 394
                                                                           (159).              (159).
12b.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 12b: 615    Subunit 12b: 615
                                                                           (248).              (248).
13. Upper Santa Margarita River   Riverside, San      Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
 Basin.                            Diego.              excluded under      13: 8,137 (3,293).  13: 7,863
                                                       4(b)(2) for                             (3,182).
                                                       economic reasons.
13a.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 13a:        Subunit 13a:
                                                                           1,155 (467).        1,155 (467).
13b.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 13b:        Subunit 13b:
                                                                           4,756 (1,925).      4,731 (1,914).
13c.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 13c:        Subunit 13c:
                                                                           2,226 (901).        1,977 (800).
14. Lower and Middle San Luis     San Diego.........  Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
 Rey River Basin.                                      excluded under      14: 12,906          14: 10,115
                                                       4(b)(2) for         (5,223).            (4,093).
                                                       economic reasons.
15. Upper San Luis Rey River      San Diego.........  Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
 Basin.                                                excluded under      15: 12,977          15: 8,368
                                                       4(b)(2) for         (5,252).            (3,336).
                                                       economic reasons.
16. Santa Ysabel Creek Basin....  San Diego.........  Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       excluded under      16: 15,494          16: 15,370
                                                       4(b)(2) for         (6,270).            (6,220).
                                                       economic reasons.
16a.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 16a:        Subunit 16a:
                                                                           13,967 (5,652).     13,865 (5,611).
16d.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 16d:        Subunit 16d:
                                                                           1,527 (618).        1,504 (609).
17. San Diego River Basin/San     San Diego.........  Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
 Vicente Creek.                                        excluded under      17: 4,263 (1,725).  17: 4,171
                                                       4(b)(2) for                             (1,688).
                                                       economic reasons.
17a.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 17a:        Subunit 17a:
                                                                           1,241 (502).        1,149 (465).
17b.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 17b:        Subunit 17b:
                                                                           1,865 (755).        1,865 (754).
17d.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 17d:        Subunit 17d:
                                                                           1,158 (469).        1,158 (469).
18. Sweetwater River Basin......  San Diego.........  Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       excluded under      18: 4,783 (1,936).  18: 4,624
                                                       4(b)(2) for                             (1,871).
                                                       economic reasons.
18a.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 18a:        Subunit 18a:
                                                                           4,156 (1,682).      4,156 (1,682).
18c.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 18c: 627    Subunit 18c: 470
                                                                           (254).              (189).
19. Cottonwood Creek Basin......  San Diego.........  Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       excluded under      19: 14,375          19: 14,344
                                                       4(b)(2) for         (5,817).            (5,804).
                                                       economic reasons.
19a.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 19a:        Subunit 19a:
                                                                           5,847 (2,366).      5,816 (2,353).

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19b.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 19b:        Subunit 19b:
                                                                           5,129 (2,076).      5,129 (2,076).
19c.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 19c:        Subunit 19c:
                                                                           1,511 (611).        1,511 (611).
19d.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 19d: 938    Subunit 19d: 938
                                                                           (380).              (380).
19e.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 19e: 950    Subunit 19e: 950
                                                                           (384).              (384).
20. Upper Santa Ana River Basin/  San Bernardino....  Designated as Unit  Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
 Cajon Wash.                                           20: 1,119 (453).    20: 1,775 (718).    20: 1,775 (718).
21. Little Rock Creek Basin.....  Los Angeles.......  Designated as Unit  Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       21: 734 (297).      21: 612 (248).      21: 612 (248).
22. Upper Mojave River Basin....  San Bernardino....  Entire Unit         Included as Unit    Designated as Unit
                                                       excluded under      22: 5,919 (2,395).  22: 5,602
                                                       4(b)(2) for                             (2,267).
                                                       economic reasons.
22a.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Designated as
                                                                           Subunit 22a:        Subunit 22a:
                                                                           5,684 (2,300).      5,602 (2,267).
22c.............................  ..................  ..................  Included as         Entire Subunit
                                                                           Subunit 22c: 235    removed--does not
                                                                           (95).               meet the
                                                                                               definition of
                                                                                               critical habitat.
23. Whitewater River Basin......  Riverside.........  Designated as Unit  Included as Unit    Entire Unit
                                                       23: 333 (135).      23: 1,355 (548).    removed--does not
                                                                                               meet the
                                                                                               definition of
                                                                                               critical habitat.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total *.....................  ..................  11,695 (4,733)....  112,765 (45,634)..  98,366 (39,807)
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* Values in table may not sum due to rounding.

Summary of Changes From the 2009 Proposed Rule To Revise Critical 
Habitat

    The most significant changes between the October 2009 proposed 
revision and this final revised rule are outlined in Table 1 above and 
include:
    (1) In the document making available the draft economic analysis of 
revised critical habitat designation for the Arroyo toad (DEA) (75 FR 
37358; June 29, 2010), we stated we were considering exclusion of the 
entirety of Subunit 6b from critical habitat based on the many 
conservation measures included in the Natural River Management Plan 
that protect the arroyo toad and its habitat on Newhall Ranch lands in 
Subunit 6b, the conservation easement lands that have already been 
conveyed to California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG) and are 
planned in the future in this subunit, and the valuable conservation 
partnership we have developed over the years with Newhall Ranch. We 
have now made a final determination that the benefits of exclusion 
outweigh the benefits of inclusion for the lands covered by the 
conservation easements already conveyed to the CDFG and exclusion of 
these lands will not result in extinction of the species. Therefore, 
the Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude approximately 330 
ac (134 ha) of private land in Unit 6 under section 4(b)(2) of the Act 
(see Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act section below).
    (2) In the proposed revised critical habitat rule (74 FR 52612), we 
erroneously identified some of the upland habitat areas bordering the 
river corridors of the Santa Clara River and Castaic Creek as critical 
habitat in Subunit 6b. Upon closer examination, we have found that 
little of these lands remain as native habitats that would be useable 
as foraging areas by arroyo toads because these lands are either 
developed, used for intensive agriculture, or inaccessible to arroyo 
toads due to busy roads or steep slopes. We now find that these areas 
do not contain the physical or biological features that are essential 
to the conservation of the arroyo toad, and therefore we have removed 
approximately 662 ac (268 ha) from Subunit 6b.
    (3) In the 2009 proposed revised rule, we included lands that 
encompass Santiago Creek from just below the confluence with Black Star 
Creek downstream to Irvine Lake in Unit 8. Following public comment, we 
reevaluated this area and determined that this area is unsuitable for 
arroyo toads because water from Irvine Lake frequently backs up into 
this area and creates conditions favorable for arroyo toad predators, 
and therefore it does not contain the physical or biological features 
essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad. Additionally, we 
removed other areas that do not contain the physical or biological 
features such as developed areas and roads. Therefore, we removed 
approximately 185 ac (75 ha) from Unit 8.
    (4) In the 2009 proposed revised rule, we stated we were 
considering lands owned by or under the jurisdiction of the permittees 
of the Orange County Central-Coastal Subregional NCCP/HCP (Orange 
County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP) and 670 ac (271 ha) of land in the 
associated North Ranch Policy Plan Area (NRPPA) for exclusion under 
section 4(b)(2) of the Act. We have now made a final determination that 
the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion of these 
lands and the exclusion will not result in extinction of the species. 
Therefore, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude a 
total of approximately 1,259 ac (508 ha) of land covered by the Orange 
County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP plan area (including those lands 
associated with the NRPPA) in Unit 8 in this final designation. For a 
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discussion of the benefits of inclusion and exclusion see Exclusions 
Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act section below.
    (5) In the 2009 proposed revised rule, we stated we were 
considering lands owned by or under the jurisdiction of the permittees 
of the Southern Orange County Natural Community Conservation Plan 
(NCCP)/Master Streambed Alteration Agreement/HCP (Southern Orange HCP), 
now known as the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP, for exclusion 
under section 4(b)(2) of the Act. We have now made a final 
determination that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of 
inclusion of lands conserved and managed by Orange County Southern 
Subregion HCP permittees and the exclusion will not result in 
extinction of the species. Therefore, the Secretary is exercising his 
discretion to exclude approximately 2,179 ac (882 ha) of lands 
conserved and managed consistent with the Orange County Southern 
Subregion HCP in Units 10 and 11 in this final designation. For a 
complete discussion of the benefits of inclusion and exclusion, see 
Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act section below.
    (6) In the 2009 proposed revised rule, we erroneously identified 
some areas as critical habitat in Subunit 10b. Upon closer examination, 
we determined that approximately 31 ac (13 ha) are developed (such as 
highways or buildings) and do not contain the physical or biological 
features essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad. Therefore, 
we removed these areas from Subunit 10b.
    (7) In the 2009 proposed revised rule, we inadvertently included 
approximately 20 ac (8 ha) of land within Marine Corps Base Camp 
Pendleton in Subunit 11a. We have now exempted these areas from Subunit 
11a. For a complete discussion of exemptions under section 4(a)(3)(B) 
of the Act, see Exemptions section below.
    (8) In the 2009 proposed revised rule, we stated we were 
considering lands owned by or under the jurisdiction of the permittees 
of the Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation 
Plan (Western Riverside County MSHCP) for exclusion under section 
4(b)(2) of the Act. We have now made a final determination that the 
benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion of those lands 
owned by or under the jurisdiction of Western Riverside County MSHCP 
permittees that are conserved and managed, and that the exclusion will 
not result in extinction of the species. Therefore, the Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude approximately 289 ac (118 ha) of 
lands conserved and managed consistent with the Western Riverside 
County MSHCP in Units 9 and 13 in this final designation. For a 
complete discussion of the benefits of inclusion and exclusion, see 
Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act section below.
    (9) In the 2009 proposed revised rule, we included approximately 57 
ac (23 ha) of lands that fall within the Meadowwood project site 
(within Unit 14) north of State Route 76 along the San Luis Rey River 
in San Diego County. Following public comment, we reevaluated this area 
and determined that it does not contain suitable breeding or 
aestivation habitat and therefore does not contain the physical or 
biological features essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad. 
Thus, we removed these areas from critical habitat. We did not remove 
all lands north of State Route 76, as arroyo toads may access these 
other areas via Horse Ranch Creek, which flows underneath State Route 
76 and connects with the San Luis Rey River.
    (10) In the 2009 proposed revised rule, we erroneously identified 
some areas as critical habitat in Subunit 16a. Upon closer examination, 
we determined that approximately 101 ac (40 ha) do not contain the 
physical or biological features essential to the conservation of the 
arroyo toad, as these lands are developed and, in one area, the mapping 
did not accurately follow the boundaries of the essential features and 
does not contain suitable habitat. Therefore, we removed these areas 
from Subunit 16a.
    (11) In the proposed revised rule, we stated we were considering 
excluding 4,046 ac (1,636 ha) of arroyo toad habitat in Units 14, 16, 
17, and 18 under section 4(b)(2) of the Act. These areas overlap with 
tribal lands that are owned or managed by the following tribes: The 
Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians of the Rincon Reservation 
(Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians); the Pala Band of 
Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians of the Pala Reservation (Pala Band of 
Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians); Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation; 
the Mesa Grande Band of Diegueno Mission Indians of the Mesa Grande 
Reservation (Mesa Grande Band of Diegueno Mission Indians); and the 
Barona Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians and the Viejas 
(Baron Long) Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians, which 
jointly manage the Capitan Grande Band of Diegueno Mission Indians 
Reservation (Capitan Grande Reservation). We have now made a final 
determination that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of 
inclusion of some of these tribal lands (i.e., tribal trust lands and 
those off-reservation lands (fee-owned) within the Sycuan Band of the 
Kumeyaay Nation that are currently in the process of being transferred 
to trust) and the exclusion will not result in extinction of the 
species. We have not concluded that the benefits of exclusion outweigh 
the benefits of inclusion for the remaining 1,046 ac (423 ha) of off-
reservation, fee-owned lands, and these lands are included in this 
final revised critical habitat designation (included in Table 2 within 
the private land ownership totals). Therefore, the Secretary is 
exercising his discretion under section 4(b)(2) of the Act to exclude a 
total of 3,000 ac (1,214 ha) as follows: 2,733 ac (1,103 ha) of tribal 
lands in Unit 14; 23 ac (9 ha) in Unit 16; 92 ac (37 ha) in Unit 17; 
and 152 ac (62 ha) in Unit 18 based on our government-to-government 
relationship with the tribes, and impacts to current and future 
partnerships with the affected tribes and other tribes we coordinate 
with on threatened and endangered species issues (see Exclusions Under 
Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Tribal Lands section below).
    (12) In the 2009 proposed revised rule, we stated we were 
considering lands owned by or under the jurisdiction of the permittees 
of the San Diego Multiple Species Conservation Program (MSCP) for 
exclusion under section 4(b)(2) of the Act. After considering the 
relevant impacts, the Secretary is declining to exercise his discretion 
to exclude these lands. Therefore, we included approximately 9,339 ac 
(3,779 ha) of land owned by or under the jurisdiction of the permittees 
of the San Diego MSCP in Units 16, 17, 18 and 19 in this final 
designation.
    (13) In the 2009 proposed revised rule, we erroneously identified 
some areas as critical habitat in Subunit 18c. Upon closer examination, 
we determined that a road exists on approximately 6 ac (2 ha), and we 
have determined that these lands do not contain the physical or 
biological features essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad. 
Therefore, we removed these areas from Subunit 18c.
    (14) In the document that made available the draft economic 
analysis of revised critical habitat designation for the Arroyo Toad 
(DEA) published in the Federal Register on June 29, 2010 (75 FR 37358), 
we stated we were considering exclusion of the Department of Defense 
(DOD) Remote Training Site Warner Springs and Camp Morena from critical 
habitat designation for reasons of national security. We have now made 
a final determination that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the 
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inclusion for these lands and exclusion of these lands will not result 
in extinction of the species. Therefore, the Secretary is exercising 
his discretion to exclude approximately 4,640 ac (1,878 ha) of Bureau 
of Land Management (BLM) and U.S. Forest Service (Forest Service) lands 
leased to the DOD in Unit 15 and Unit 19 for reasons of national 
security under section 4(b)(2) of the Act (see Exclusions Under Section 
4(b)(2) of the Act--Impacts to National Security section below).
    (15) Based on information submitted by Summit Valley Ranch during 
the initial public comment period from October 13, 2009, to December 
14, 2009, we removed approximately 82 ac (33 ha) of private land from 
Subunit 22a. The lands in question are located north of State Road 138 
on Summit Valley Ranch, San Bernardino County. We included this area in 
the proposed revised critical habitat designation because we believed 
it contained suitable upland habitat for arroyo toads; however, it has 
come to our attention that: (1) Surveys have never detected arroyo 
toads in the area, (2) the area lacks the PCEs for the arroyo toad, and 
(3) State Route 138 serves as a barrier for arroyo toads to disperse 
into the area. Consequently, we determined that the area north of State 
Route 138 does not contain the physical or biological features 
essential to the conservation of arroyo toads and, therefore, does not 
meet the definition of critical habitat for the arroyo toad.
    (16) We removed Subunit 22c (approximately 234 ac (95 ha)) from the 
final revised critical habitat designation. Subunit 22c is within the 
geographical area occupied by the species at the time of listing; 
however, this subunit was erroneously included in the 2009 revised 
proposed rule (74 FR 52612; October 13, 2009). Although we were not 
aware of this issue when we published the proposed rule, the existence 
of Cedar Springs Dam upstream of this subunit has altered the hydrology 
of the 1-mile (1.6 km) reach of the upper West Fork of the Mojave River 
to the upper end of Silverwood Lake to such an extent that it does not 
contain the features essential to the conservation of the species and, 
therefore, does not meet the definition of critical habitat for the 
arroyo toad.
    (17) We removed lands within the jurisdiction of the Coachella 
Valley Multiple Species Conservation Plan (Coachella Valley MSHCP; Unit 
23 (approximately 1,355 ac (548 ha)) from the final revised critical 
habitat designation. This unit was erroneously included in the proposed 
revised rule (74 FR 52612; October 13, 2009). Following examination of 
data used to map Unit 23 in the proposed rule and discussions with 
species experts regarding identification records, we determined that 
these records are not arroyo toads and do not support a determination 
that this area meets the definition of critical habitat. Therefore, 
Unit 23 is not included in this final revised critical habitat rule.
    (18) A number of comments we received suggested editorial changes 
and technical corrections to sections of the rule pertaining to the 
Background and ``Criteria Used To Identify Critical Habitat'' sections 
of our proposed revised rule. These changes were recommended to improve 
clarity, include additional information, and correct minor errors. They 
have been incorporated into this final revised rule where appropriate.
    (19) In the document making available the draft economic analysis 
(75 FR 37358; June 29, 2010), we added approximately 1,068 ac (432 ha) 
to proposed Subunit 11b, approximately 951 ac (385 ha) to proposed Unit 
15, approximately 1,831 ac (741 ha) to proposed Subunit 16a, and 
approximately 96 ac (39 ha) to proposed Subunit 16d. For a complete 
discussion of these revisions, see Changes to Proposed Revised Critical 
Habitat in the document making available the draft economic analysis 
(75 FR 37358; June 29, 2010).
    (20) To prepare final critical habitat maps, we overlay maps of 
those lands we are excluding from this critical habitat designation on 
polygons that were used to delineate the areas proposed as critical 
habitat. This process can leave small fragments (generally less than an 
acre and not contiguous with designated critical habitat) of a proposed 
critical habitat unit or subunit that are not included in the excluded 
acreage but are instead removed due to discrepancies in the mapping 
process (such as differences in GIS layers that are mapped at different 
scales). These fragments in Unit 8, Subunit 10a, and Unit 14 were not 
included in the final revised critical habitat designation. As a 
result, the sum of the areas designated and excluded is slightly 
reduced in this final revised critical habitat designation compared to 
the size of the total proposed designation due to removal of these 
small artifacts or fragments created by the mapping discrepancies.

Critical Habitat

Background

    Critical habitat is defined in section 3 of the Act as:
    (1) The specific areas within the geographical area occupied by a 
species, at the time it is listed in accordance with the Act, on which 
are found those physical or biological features
    (a) Essential to the conservation of the species and
    (b) Which may require special management considerations or 
protection; and
    (2) Specific areas outside the geographical area occupied by a 
species at the time it is listed, upon a determination that such areas 
are essential for the conservation of the species.
    Conservation, as defined under section 3 of the Act, means the use 
of all methods and procedures that are necessary to bring any 
endangered species or threatened species to the point at which the 
measures provided under the Act are no longer necessary. Such methods 
and procedures include, but are not limited to, all activities 
associated with scientific resources management, such as research; 
census; law enforcement; habitat acquisition and maintenance; 
propagation; live trapping and transplantation; and in the 
extraordinary case where population pressures within a given ecosystem 
cannot otherwise be relieved, may include regulated taking.
    Critical habitat receives protection under section 7 of the Act 
through the prohibition against Federal agencies carrying out, funding, 
or authorizing activities that are likely to result in the destruction 
or adverse modification of critical habitat. Section 7(a)(2) of the Act 
requires consultation on Federal actions that may affect critical 
habitat. The designation of critical habitat does not affect land 
ownership or establish a refuge, wilderness, reserve, preserve, or 
other conservation area. Such designation does not allow the government 
or public to access private lands. Such designation does not require 
implementation of restoration, recovery, or enhancement measures by 
private landowners. Where a landowner seeks or requests Federal agency 
funding or authorization of an activity that may affect a listed 
species or critical habitat, the consultation requirements of section 
7(a)(2) would apply, but even in the event of a destruction or adverse 
modification finding, the Federal action agency's and the applicant's 
obligation under section 7(a)(2) of the Act is not to restore or 
recover the species, but to implement reasonable and prudent 
alternatives to avoid destruction or adverse modification of critical 
habitat.
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geographical area occupied by the species at the time it was listed 
must contain the physical or biological features that are essential to 
the conservation of the species and which may require special 
management considerations or protection. Critical habitat designations 
identify, to the extent known using the best scientific and commercial 
data available, those physical or biological features that are 
essential to the conservation of the species (such as space, food, 
cover, and protected habitat), focusing on the principal biological or 
physical constituent elements (primary constituent elements) within an 
area that are essential to the conservation of the species (such as 
roost sites, nesting grounds, seasonal wetlands, water quality, tide, 
soil type). Primary constituent elements are the elements of physical 
or biological features that, when laid out in the appropriate quantity 
and spatial arrangement to provide for a species' life-history 
processes, are essential to the conservation of the species.
    Under the Act, we can designate critical habitat in areas outside 
the geographical area occupied by the species at the time it is listed, 
upon a determination that such areas are essential for the conservation 
of the species. We designate critical habitat in areas outside the 
geographical area occupied by a species only when a designation limited 
to its range would be inadequate to ensure the conservation of the 
species. When the best available scientific data do not demonstrate 
that the conservation needs of the species require such additional 
areas, we will not designate critical habitat in areas outside the 
geographical area occupied by the species. An area currently occupied 
by the species but that was not occupied at the time of listing may, 
however, be essential for the conservation of the species and may be 
included in the critical habitat designation.
    Section 4 of the Act requires that we designate critical habitat on 
the basis of the best scientific and commercial data available. 
Further, our Policy on Information Standards Under the Endangered 
Species Act (published in the Federal Register on July 1, 1994 (59 FR 
34271)), the Information Quality Act (section 515 of the Treasury and 
General Government Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2001 (Pub. L. 
106-554; H.R. 5658)), and our associated Information Quality 
Guidelines, provide criteria, establish procedures, and provide 
guidance to ensure that our decisions are based on the best scientific 
data available. They require our biologists, to the extent consistent 
with the Act and with the use of the best scientific data available, to 
use primary and original sources of information as the basis for 
recommendations to designate critical habitat.
    When we are determining which areas should be designated as 
critical habitat, our primary source of information is generally the 
information developed during the listing process for the species and 
any previous designations of critical habitat. Additional information 
sources may include the recovery plan for the species, 5-year reviews 
for the species, articles in peer-reviewed journals, conservation plans 
developed by States and counties, scientific status surveys and 
studies, biological assessments, or other unpublished materials and 
expert opinion or personal knowledge.
    Habitat is dynamic, and species may move from one area to another 
over time. Climate change will be a particular challenge for 
biodiversity conservation because the interaction of additional 
stressors associated with climate change and current stressors may push 
species beyond their ability to survive (Lovejoy 2005, pp. 325-326). 
The synergistic implications of climate change and habitat 
fragmentation are the most threatening facet of climate change for 
biodiversity (Hannah et al. 2005, p.4). Current climate change 
predictions for terrestrial areas in the Northern Hemisphere indicate 
warmer air temperatures, more intense precipitation events, and 
increased summer continental drying (Field et al. 1999, pp. 1-3; Hayhoe 
et al. 2004, p. 12422; Cayan et al. 2005, p. 6; Intergovernmental Panel 
on Climate Change 2007, p. 11; Cayan et al. 2009, p. xi). However, 
predictions of climatic conditions for smaller sub-regions, such as 
California, remain uncertain. It is unknown at this time if climate 
change in California will result in a warmer trend with localized 
drying, higher precipitation events, or other conditions. Thus, the 
information currently available on the effects of global climate change 
and increasing temperatures does not make sufficiently precise 
estimates of the location and magnitude of the effects. Nor are we 
currently aware of any climate change information specific to the 
habitat of the arroyo toad that would indicate what areas may become 
important to the species in the future. Therefore, we are unable to 
determine what additional areas, if any, may be appropriate to include 
in the revised critical habitat for this species. Additionally, we 
recognize that critical habitat designated at a particular point in 
time may not include all of the habitat areas that we may later 
determine are necessary for the recovery of the species. For these 
reasons, a critical habitat designation does not signal that habitat 
outside the designated critical habitat area is unimportant or may not 
be required for recovery of the species.
    Areas that are important to the conservation of the arroyo toad, 
both inside and outside the critical habitat designation, will continue 
to be subject to: (1) Conservation actions implemented under section 
7(a)(1) of the Act, (2) regulatory protections afforded by the 
requirement in section 7(a)(2) of the Act for Federal agencies to 
insure their actions are not likely to jeopardize the continued 
existence of any endangered or threatened species, and (3) the 
prohibitions of section 9 of the Act. Federally funded or permitted 
projects affecting listed species outside their designated critical 
habitat areas may still result in jeopardy findings in some cases. 
These protections and conservation tools will continue to contribute to 
recovery of this species. Similarly, critical habitat designations made 
on the basis of the best available information at the time of 
designation will not control the direction and substance of future 
recovery plans, habitat conservation plans (HCPs), or other species 
conservation planning efforts if new information available at the time 
of these planning efforts calls for a different outcome.

Physical and Biological Features

    In accordance with section 3(5)(A)(i) of the Act and regulations at 
50 CFR 424.12 (b), in determining which areas within the geographical 
area occupied at the time of listing to designate as revised critical 
habitat, we consider the physical and biological features that are 
essential to the conservation of the species that may require special 
management considerations or protection. These include, but are not 
limited to:
    (1) Space for individual and population growth, and for normal 
behavior;
    (2) Food, water, air, light, minerals, or other nutritional or 
physiological requirements;
    (3) Cover or shelter;
    (4) Sites for breeding, reproduction, and rearing (or development) 
of offspring; and
    (5) Habitats that are protected from disturbance or are 
representative of the historical, geographical, and ecological 
distributions of a species.
    We derive the specific physical and biological features required 
for conservation of the arroyo toad from studies of this species' 
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and life history, as described below and in proposed revisions to 
critical habitat published in the Federal Register on October 13, 2009 
(74 FR 52612). We have determined that the arroyo toad requires the 
following physical and biological features:

Space for Individual and Population Growth, and for Normal Behavior

    The arroyo toad is found along medium-to-large streams in coastal 
and desert drainages in central and southern California, and Baja 
California, Mexico. It occupies aquatic, riparian, and upland habitats 
in a number of the remaining suitable drainages within its range. 
Suitable habitat for the arroyo toad is created and maintained by the 
fluctuating hydrological, geological, and ecological processes that 
naturally occur in riparian ecosystems and adjacent uplands (Campbell 
et al. 1996, pp. 13-15; Sweet 1992, 1993 in Service 1999, p. 39). 
Periodic flooding that modifies stream channels, redistributes channel 
sediments, and alters pool location and form, coupled with upper 
terrace stabilization by vegetation, is required to keep a stream 
segment suitable for all life stages of the arroyo toad (Campbell et 
al. 1996, p. 13; Sweet 1992, 1993 in Service 1999, p. 39). This natural 
flooding regime helps maintain areas of open, sparsely vegetated, sandy 
stream channels and terraces.
    The substrate in habitats preferred by arroyo toads consists 
primarily of sand, fine gravel, or pliable soil, with varying amounts 
of large gravel, cobble, and boulders. Areas that are damp and have 
less than 10 percent vegetation cover provide the best conditions for 
juvenile survival and rapid growth of the arroyo toad (Campbell et al. 
1996, p. 12; Sweet 1992 in Service 1999, pp. 32-34). Arroyo toads breed 
in the quiet margins of open streams and avoid sites with deep or swift 
water, tree canopy cover, or steeply incised banks. Larvae occupy 
shallow areas of open streambeds on substrates ranging from silt to 
cobble, with preferences for sand or gravel. Newly metamorphosed arroyo 
toads and juveniles remain on sparsely vegetated sand and gravel bars 
bordering the natal pool for 3 to 5 weeks (Sweet 1992, p. 52).
    Arroyo toads must be able to move between the stream and upland 
foraging sites, as well as up and down the stream corridor. Juveniles 
and adult arroyo toads require and spend much of their lives in 
riparian and upland habitats adjacent to breeding locations (Campbell 
et al. 1996, p. 12). Riparian habitats used for foraging and burrowing 
include sand bars, alluvial terraces, and streamside benches that lack 
vegetation, or are sparsely to moderately vegetated. Upland habitats 
used by arroyo toads during both the breeding and non-breeding seasons 
include alluvial scrub, coastal sage scrub, chaparral, grassland, and 
oak woodland.

Food, Water, Air, Light, Minerals, or Other Nutritional or 
Physiological Requirements

    Arroyo toad tadpoles eat microscopic algae, bacteria, and 
protozoans consumed from the spaces among pebbles, gravel, and sand, or 
abraded from stones (Sweet 1992, p. 82). Juveniles and adults eat 
insects, although ants are preferred. When foraging, arroyo toads are 
often found around the drip lines of oak trees. These areas often lack 
vegetation, yet have levels of prey that will support arroyo toads. 
When active at night, toads often are observed near ant trails feeding 
on ants, beetles, and other prey.

Cover or Shelter

    During the day and other periods of inactivity, arroyo toads seek 
shelter by burrowing into sand. Thus, areas of sandy or friable 
(readily crumbled) soils are necessary, but these soils can be 
interspersed with gravel or cobble deposits. Additionally, arroyo toads 
may seek temporary shelter under rocks or debris and have been found in 
mammal burrows on occasion. Upland sites with compact soils can also be 
used for foraging and dispersal (Holland 2000, in litt. p. 2).

Sites for Breeding, Reproduction, and Rearing or Development of 
Offspring

    The arroyo toad has specialized breeding habitat requirements. 
Arroyo toads are unusual in that females deposit their eggs at the 
male's calling site, rather than the behavior common in other toad 
species where the female transports the male to a deposition site of 
her choosing (Sweet 1992, p. 57). Because male toads stand on the 
substrate to call and their throats must be above water, eggs are laid 
in very shallow water. Female arroyo toads lay their eggs in water less 
than 4 in. (10 cm) (Sweet 1992, p. 37) but not greater than 6 in. (15 
cm) deep over substrates of sand, gravel, or cobble in open sites such 
as overflow pools, old flood channels, and shallow pools along streams. 
These shallow pools are associated with open sand and gravel channels 
along low-gradient (typically less than 6 percent) reaches of medium-
to-large streams (Campbell et al. 1996, p. 12; Sweet 1992, p. 28). In 
at least some portions of its range, the species also breeds in smaller 
streams and canyons where low-gradient breeding sites are more patchily 
distributed. Streams where arroyo toads breed can have either 
intermittent or perennial streamflow and typically experience periodic 
flooding that scours vegetation and replenishes fine sediments. Such 
habitats rarely have closed canopies over the lower banks of the stream 
channel due to periodic flood events. Heavily shaded pools are 
generally unsuitable for larval and juvenile arroyo toads because of 
lower water and soil temperatures and poor algal mat development.
    Because the suitability of breeding pools may vary from year to 
year due to the dynamics of southern California riparian systems and 
flood regimes, adult arroyo toads may move up or down stream in search 
of suitable breeding pools, or not breed in certain years (Campbell et 
al. 1996, p. 14). Pools less than 6 in. (15 cm) deep with clear water, 
flow rates less than 0.2 ft per second (5 cm per second), and bottoms 
composed of sand or well-sorted fine gravel are favored by adults for 
breeding and egg deposition (Sweet 1992, pp. 29-37). Breeding pools, 
especially those formed along intermittent streams, must persist a 
minimum of 2 months for the completion of larval development (Campbell 
et al. 1996, p. 6). When warm rainy conditions occur in January, 
February, and March, arroyo toads become active and begin to forage on 
stream terraces and in channel margins. Breeding usually begins in late 
March at lower elevations but male calling peaks in early to mid-April 
and extends through late May, sometimes even into late June (Sweet 
1992, p. 50). Breeding may occur on several dates at a single site, and 
eggs may be deposited over a period of 7 to 8 weeks (Campbell et al. 
1996, p. 6; Griffin and Case 2001, p. 634). Although egg strings are 
laid in very slow-moving water, larvae (tadpoles) can be found in water 
velocities of up to 1.0 to 1.3 ft per second (30 to 40 cm per second) 
(Sweet 1992, p. 29). Larvae usually hatch in 4 to 6 days at water 
temperatures of 54 to 59 degrees Fahrenheit (12 to 16 degrees Celsius) 
(Sweet 1992, p. 71). Tadpoles disperse from the pool margin into the 
surrounding shallow water, where they spend an average of 10 weeks 
(Sweet 1992, p. 50). After metamorphosis, the juvenile arroyo toads 
remain on the bordering gravel bars until the pool dries out (usually 
from 8 to 12 weeks depending on the site and rainfall) (Sweet 1992, p. 
52).

Primary Constituent Elements for the Arroyo Toad

    Under the Act and its implementing regulations, we are required to 
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the physical or biological features essential to the conservation of 
the arroyo toad in areas occupied at the time of listing (including 
areas currently occupied that based on biology we believe were likely 
occupied at the time of listing), focusing on the features' primary 
constituent elements. We consider primary constituent elements to be 
the elements of physical or biological features that, when laid out in 
the appropriate quantity and spatial arrangement to provide for a 
species' life-history processes, are essential to the conservation of 
the species.
    Based on our current knowledge of the biology, and ecology of the 
species, and the habitat requirements for sustaining the essential 
life-history functions of the species, we determined the arroyo toad's 
PCEs are:
    (1) Rivers or streams with hydrologic regimes that supply water to 
provide space, food, and cover needed to sustain eggs, tadpoles, 
metamorphosing juveniles, and adult breeding toads. Breeding pools must 
persist a minimum of 2 months for the completion of larval development. 
However, due to the dynamic nature of southern California riparian 
systems and flood regimes, the location of suitable breeding pools may 
vary from year to year. Specifically, the conditions necessary to allow 
for successful reproduction of arroyo toads are:
     Breeding pools that are less than 6 in (15 cm) deep;
     Areas of flowing water with current velocities less than 
1.3 ft per second (40 cm per second); and
     Surface water that lasts for a minimum of 2 months during 
the breeding season (a sufficient wet period in the spring months to 
allow arroyo toad larvae to hatch, mature, and metamorphose).
    (2) Riparian and adjacent upland habitats, particularly low-
gradient (typically less than 6 percent) stream segments and alluvial 
streamside terraces with sandy or fine gravel substrates that support 
the formation of shallow pools and sparsely vegetated sand and gravel 
bars for breeding and rearing of tadpoles and juveniles; and adjacent 
valley bottomlands that include areas of loose soil where toads can 
burrow underground, to provide foraging and living areas for juvenile 
and adult arroyo toads.
    (3) A natural flooding regime, or one sufficiently corresponding to 
natural, that: (A) Is characterized by intermittent or near-perennial 
flow that contributes to the persistence of shallow pools into at least 
mid-summer; (B) Maintains areas of open, sparsely vegetated, sandy 
stream channels and terraces by periodically scouring riparian 
vegetation; and (C) Also modifies stream channels and terraces and 
redistributes sand and sediment, such that breeding pools and terrace 
habitats with scattered vegetation are maintained.
    (4) Stream channels and adjacent upland habitats that allow for 
movement to breeding pools, foraging areas, overwintering sites, 
upstream and downstream dispersal, and connectivity to areas that 
contain suitable habitat.
    In summary, the need for space for individual and population growth 
and normal behavior is met by PCEs 1 and 4; the need for food, water, 
and physiological requirements is met by PCE 1; cover and shelter 
requirements are met by PCE 2; areas for breeding, reproduction, and 
rearing of offspring are met by PCEs 1, 2, and 3; and habitats 
representative of the historical, geographical, and ecological 
distributions of a species are met by PCE 4.

Special Management Considerations or Protection

    When designating critical habitat, we assess whether the specific 
areas within the geographical area occupied at the time of listing 
contain the physical or biological features essential to the 
conservation of the arroyo toad that may require special management 
considerations or protection.
    The area designated as revised critical habitat may require some 
level of management or protection to address current and future threats 
to the arroyo toad and maintain the physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the species. Special management may be 
required in all units to ensure that aquatic and riparian upland 
habitats provide abundant breeding and non-breeding areas, prey 
species, shelter, and connectivity within the landscape.
    A detailed discussion of threats to the arroyo toad and its habitat 
can be found in the final listing rule (59 FR 64859, December 16, 
1994); the first critical habitat designation (66 FR 9414, February 7, 
2001); the previous revised critical habitat designation (70 FR 19562, 
April 13, 2005); the proposed revised critical habitat designation (74 
FR 52612, October 13, 2009); and the 1999 recovery plan (Service 1999, 
pp. 1-119). Maintaining the physical and biological features essential 
to the conservation of the arroyo toad may require special management 
considerations or protection to reduce effects that may result from the 
following threats, among others: Habitat destruction and alteration due 
to short- and long-term changes in river hydrology, including 
construction of dams and water diversions that alter natural water flow 
regimes; agriculture and urbanization; construction of roads; off-
highway vehicle use and other recreational activities; mining 
activities; introduced nonnative predators (such as bullfrogs and 
predatory fish); drought; periodic fires and fire suppression 
activities; unseasonal water releases from dams; livestock grazing; and 
light and noise pollution from adjacent developments and campgrounds. 
These threats may cause habitat alteration, degradation, or 
fragmentation and the direct or indirect loss of arroyo toad eggs, 
juveniles, or adults.

Criteria Used To Identify Critical Habitat

    As required by section 4(b) of the Act, we used the best scientific 
and commercial data available in determining those areas that, within 
the geographical area occupied by the species at the time of listing 
(see ``Geographic Range'' section in the 2009 proposed revised critical 
habitat rule (74 FR 52612)), possess those physical or biological 
features essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad and which may 
require special management considerations or protection. We also 
considered the area outside the geographical area occupied by the 
species at the time of listing for any areas that are essential for the 
conservation of the arroyo toad. In designating critical habitat for 
the arroyo toad, we reviewed the relevant information available, 
including peer-reviewed journal articles, unpublished reports and 
materials (such as survey results and expert opinions), the final 
listing rule, the 2004 proposed critical habitat rule, the arroyo toad 
recovery plan (Service 1999, pp. 1-119), the 5-year review for the 
arroyo toad (Service 2009, pp. 1-51), and regional GIS coverages. We 
analyzed this information to develop criteria for identifying areas 
that contain the PCEs in the appropriate quantity and spatial 
arrangement essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad that may 
require special management considerations or protection, or that are 
essential for the conservation of the arroyo toad. The process we used 
is described below.
    (1) To begin our analysis, we first examined the California Natural 
Diversity Database (CNDDB) current and historical records to get an 
indication of the habitat where arroyo toads are present; the CNDDB is 
a continually refined and updated inventory of location information 
gathered during species surveys and observations. We then examined the 
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plan (Service 1999, pp. 1-119), which has a recovery strategy focused 
on providing sufficient breeding and upland habitat to maintain self-
sustaining populations of arroyo toads (defined as populations that 
require little or no direct human assistance such as captive breeding 
or rearing, or translocation between sites) throughout the historical 
range of the species, and on minimizing or eliminating impacts and 
threats to arroyo toad populations (Service 1999, p. 67). The recovery 
plan states that in-stream and riparian habitats that support breeding, 
as well as upland habitats that provide foraging and overwintering 
habitat, need to be managed to maintain and enhance populations 
throughout the range of the arroyo toad (Service 1999, p. 68). The 
recovery plan divides the range of the arroyo toad into three large 
recovery units--northern, southern, and desert--and we considered the 
conservation of the arroyo toad in each of these as well as the species 
as a whole in our analysis. Using the recovery plan as our guide, we 
analyzed areas within the geographical area occupied by the arroyo toad 
at the time of listing to determine which areas contained the PCEs laid 
out in the appropriate quantity and spatial arrangement essential to 
the conservation of the species (the physical and biological features).
    (2) In determining the specific areas containing the essential 
physical and biological features, based on the recovery plan, 5-year 
review, previous critical habitat proposals for the arroyo toad, 
scientific literature, and results of studies that have been conducted 
since the species was listed, we made sure that we proposed critical 
habitat that would provide for the conservation of the species. 
Criteria for critical habitat units we used to assist our process 
included: (1) Representation of locations throughout the current 
geographical, elevational, and ecological distribution of the species; 
(2) maintenance of the appropriate population structure across the 
species' range; (3) retention or provision of the connectivity between 
breeding sites that allows for the continued existence of essential 
metapopulations (a group of subpopulations in somewhat geographically 
isolated patches, interconnected through patterns of gene flow, 
extinction, and recolonization (Soule 1987, p. 7), despite fluctuations 
in the status of subpopulations); and (4) presence of upland habitat 
around each breeding location to allow for survival and recruitment to 
maintain a breeding population over the long term.
    We also evaluated the area outside the geographical area occupied 
by the species at the time of listing to identify any areas that are 
essential for the conservation of the arroyo toad. We looked at areas 
that may have been historically occupied by arroyo toads based on CNDDB 
records but were no longer occupied at the time of listing. We 
considered areas that may have the physical and biological features 
essential for the conservation of the species but have never been 
occupied. Based on our evaluation, we believe that areas currently 
occupied by arroyo toads are sufficient for the recovery of the 
species. The recovery plan for the arroyo toad also determined that 
occupied areas are sufficient for recovery and did not include any 
unoccupied areas. Therefore, based on available scientific information, 
we determined that there are no areas outside the geographical area 
occupied by the species at the time of listing that are essential for 
the conservation of the arroyo toad.
    (3) To identify and map areas that we determined meet the 
definition of critical habitat, we used data on known arroyo toad 
locations and data on movement distances by arroyo toads. The main 
source for arroyo toad locations was the CNDDB (2008); we also obtained 
data on locations that have not yet been entered into the CNDDB 
directly from the biologists that collected them.
    Areas meeting the definition of critical habitat for the arroyo 
toad include occupied areas on stream reaches containing suitable 
breeding and upland habitat. To determine the extent of suitable arroyo 
toad habitat as discussed in the ``Habitat'' section of the 2009 
proposed revised critical habitat rule (74 FR 52612; October 13, 2009), 
we used spatial data on stream gradients with grades less than 6 
percent, aerial photography, surveys of habitat suitability, and site 
visits. Additionally, we included higher gradient areas between 
breeding habitat because these areas are used by toads during the non-
breeding period and allow toads to disperse between breeding areas. To 
delineate upland habitat areas, we used a GIS-based modeling procedure 
to identify alluvial terraces, valley bottomlands, and upland habitats 
adjacent to stream reaches occupied by the arroyo toad. Lacking 
spatially explicit data on geomorphology, we used elevation above the 
stream channel as an indicator of the extent of alluvial and upland 
foraging habitat. Based on the results of the GIS habitat model that 
incorporated average movement distances of arroyo toads, we determined 
that areas up to 82 ft (25 m) in elevation above the stream channel 
were most likely to contain the riparian and upland habitat elements 
essential to arroyo toads. Most arroyo toad activity and movement 
occurred within these areas; therefore, steeper slopes away from the 
stream were eliminated. However, we truncated the upland habitat 
delineation in flat areas at 4,921 ft (1,500 m) from the stream channel 
(a distance based on known movement of arroyo toads, see below) if the 
82-ft (25-m) elevation limit had not yet been reached at that point. 
The 82-ft (25-m) elevation limit was reached at distances less than 
4,921 ft (1,500 m) from the mapped stream channel along the majority of 
the stream reaches, so the distance limit was often not a factor. These 
model parameters are based on the best scientific data available and 
are the same as those used in the 2004 proposed critical habitat 
designation (69 FR 23254; April 28, 2004), which was also included in 
the review process for the 2009 proposed critical habitat designation 
(74 FR 52612; October 13, 2009).
    (4) To evaluate our critical habitat model, we assessed its 
effectiveness at capturing documented toad locations from studies that 
focused specifically on surveying toads in upland habitats and studies 
involving radio telemetry. Holland and Sisk (2000, pp. 1-28) 
established extensive pitfall trap arrays at discrete distances from 
two stream courses and operated these arrays at various periods 
throughout the year. They had 466 captures of arroyo toads, 35 (7.5 
percent) of which were identified as being in upland areas. The low 
percentage of toads captured in upland areas may be because the vast 
majority of captures (98.7 percent) were during the months from January 
to September, when breeding and metamorphosis occurs and when toads 
would likely be in close proximity to the stream. Nevertheless, toads 
were captured at distances that ranged from 49 to 3,855 ft (15 to 1,175 
m) from the upland-riparian ecotone (boundary) (Holland and Sisk 2000, 
pp. 1-28). For the two areas sampled in that study (Cristianitos Creek 
and the upper Santa Margarita River, San Diego County), we found that 
our critical habitat boundaries encompassed all of the pitfall trapping 
stations where arroyo toads were detected.
    We also assessed studies that involved the tracking of arroyo toads 
with radio telemetry equipment. For example, in a number of studies by 
Ramirez (2002a, p. 10; 2002b, p. 50; 2002c, p. 23; 2003, pp. 72-81), 
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breeding activity until the commencement of aestivation, generally May 
through September. Cumulatively, these four studies involved tracking 
77 adult arroyo toads in three separate critical habitat units in 
Orange, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles Counties. All but one of the 
numerous burrow sites chosen by these arroyo toads fell within our 
proposed revised critical habitat boundaries.
    (5) To provide legal boundaries for the critical habitat areas, 
critical habitat boundaries for all drainages were mapped as contiguous 
blocks of 98-ft by 98-ft (30-m by 30-m) cells that conform to a 
Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) grid. Due to the conversion of GIS 
data from two different geographic projections (UTM zone 10 and zone 
11) and conversion of the data to acres and hectares, some rounding 
adjustments may be reflected in the total acreage of the units.
    When determining revisions to critical habitat boundaries for this 
final rule, we made every effort to avoid developed areas, such as 
lands covered by buildings, pavement, and other structures, because 
such lands lack PCEs for the arroyo toad. We did not designate some 
areas if habitat was highly degraded and not likely restorable, nor did 
we designate areas that were highly fragmented or isolated. Such areas 
provide little or no long-term conservation value and do not support 
the physical and biological features essential to the conservation of 
the arroyo toad. Agricultural lands may have been included if they were 
within areas identified as necessary for dispersal or connectivity 
between known occurrences. However, we avoided known areas of intensive 
agriculture that lacked the PCEs for the arroyo toad. The scale of the 
maps we prepared under the parameters for publication within the Code 
of Federal Regulations may not reflect the exclusion of such developed 
lands. Any such lands inadvertently left inside critical habitat 
boundaries shown on the maps of this revised critical habitat are 
excluded by text in this final rule. Therefore, Federal action 
involving these lands would not trigger section 7 consultation with 
respect to critical habitat and the requirement of no adverse 
modification, unless the specific action may affect adjacent critical 
habitat.

Final Revised Critical Habitat Designation

    We are designating approximately 98,366 ac (39,807 ha) as critical 
habitat for the arroyo toad within 21 units, identified as Units 2 
through 22. The area identified as critical habitat Unit 1 (6,453 ac 
(2,612 ha)) was exempted in its entirety under section 4(a)(3) of the 
Act and, therefore, was not proposed. Table 2 outlines the areas 
included and excluded from this final revised critical habitat 
designation by land ownership. Units designated as critical habitat are 
discussed in detail below. The areas we describe below constitute our 
current best assessment of areas that meet the definition of critical 
habitat for the arroyo toad.

  Table 2--Critical Habitat Units for the Arroyo Toad by Land Ownership Noting the Areas Designated and Excluded From the Critical Habitat Designation
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                                                                                                                                           Total area
      Critical habitat units and subunits                Land  ownership             Total area        Total area        Total area       designated ac
                                                                                  proposed ac (ha)   removed ac (ha)  excluded ac (ha)        (ha)
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1. San Antonio River--exempt..................  Federal.........................                 0                 0                 0                 0
2. Sisquoc River..............................  Federal.........................       1,700 (688)                 0                 0       1,700 (688)
                                                Private.........................       2,073 (839)                 0                 0       2,073 (839)
3. Upper Santa Ynez River Basin...............  Federal.........................       2,214 (896)                 0                 0       2,214 (896)
                                                Private.........................         818 (331)                 0                 0         818 (331)
4. Sespe Creek................................  Federal.........................     2,498 (1,011)                 0                 0     2,498 (1,011)
                                                Private.........................         262 (106)                 0                 0         262 (106)
5. Piru Creek.................................  Federal.........................       2,105 (852)                 0                 0       2,105 (852)
                                                Private.........................         402 (163)                 0                 0         402 (163)
5a............................................  Federal.........................       1,277 (517)                 0                 0       1,277 (517)
                                                Private.........................           81 (33)                 0                 0           81 (33)
5b............................................  Federal.........................         828 (335)                 0                 0         828 (335)
                                                Private.........................         321 (130)                 0                 0         321 (130)
6. Upper Santa Clara River Basin..............  Federal.........................         443 (179)                 0                 0         443 (179)
                                                Private.........................     3,351 (1,356)         662 (268)         330 (134)       2,359 (955)
6a............................................  Federal.........................         284 (115)                 0                 0         284 (115)
                                                Private.........................          236 (96)                 0                 0          236 (96)
6b............................................  Private.........................       1,995 (807)         662 (268)         330 (134)       1,003 (406)
6c............................................  Federal.........................          159 (64)                 0                 0          159 (64)
                                                Private.........................       1,120 (453)                 0                 0       1,120 (453)
7. Upper Los Angeles River Basin..............  Federal.........................       1,113 (451)                 0                 0       1,113 (451)
                                                Private.........................           77 (31)                 0                 0           77 (31)
8.Lower Santa Ana River Basin.................  Federal.........................           54 (22)                 0                 0           54 (22)
                                                Private.........................       2,128 (861)          185 (75)       1,259 (508)         683 (276)
9. San Jacinto River Basin....................  Federal.........................         505 (204)                 0                 0         545 (221)
                                                State...........................          210 (85)                 0                 0          232 (94)
                                                Private.........................       1,691 (684)                 0            14 (6)       1,614 (653)
9a............................................  Federal.........................           72 (29)                 0                 0           72 (29)
                                                Private.........................       1,154 (467)                 0                 0       1,154 (467)
9b............................................  Federal.........................         433 (175)                 0                 0         473 (191)
                                                State...........................          210 (85)                 0                 0          232 (94)
                                                Private.........................         537 (217)                 0            14 (6)          461 (187
10. San Juan Creek Basin......................  Federal.........................         558 (225)                 0                 0         558 (225)
                                                Local...........................       1,909 (773)            16 (6)        1,854 (750           38 (15)
                                                Private.........................     3,200 (1,295)            15 (6)         285 (115)     2,900 (1,174)
10a...........................................  Federal.........................         547 (221)                 0                 0         547 (221)
                                                Local...........................       1,406 (569)                 0       1,403 (568)             3 (1)

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                                                Private.........................     2,775 (1,123)            1 (<1)          228 (92)     2,547 (1,031)
10b...........................................  Federal.........................            11 (4)                 0                 0            11 (4)
                                                Local...........................         503 (204)            16 (6)         452 (183)           35 (14)
                                                Private.........................         425 (172)            14 (6)           57 (23)         353 (143)
11. San Mateo Creek Basin.....................  Federal.........................         844 (341)                 0                 0         844 (341)
                                                Private.........................       1,034 (418)                 0           39 (16)         975 (395)
11a...........................................  Private.........................       1,034 (418)                 0           39 (16)         975 (395)
11b...........................................  Federal.........................         844 (341)                 0                 0         844 (341)
12. Lower Santa Margarita River Basin.........  State...........................             5 (2)                 0                 0             5 (2)
                                                Private.........................       1,004 (406)                 0                 0       1,004 (406)
12a...........................................  Private.........................         394 (159)                 0                 0         394 (159)
12b...........................................  State...........................             5 (2)                 0                 0             5 (2)
                                                Private.........................         610 (247)                 0                 0         610 (247)
13. Upper Santa Margarita River Basin *.......  Federal.........................         454 (184)                 0                 0         454 (184)
                                                Private.........................     7,682 (3,109)                 0         275 (111)     7,409 (2,998)
13a...........................................  Federal.........................         337 (136)                 0                 0         337 (136)
                                                Private.........................         813 (329)                 0                 0         818 (331)
13b...........................................  Federal.........................          117 (47)                 0                 0          117 (47)
                                                Private.........................     4,640 (1,878)                 0           26 (11)     4,614 (1,867)
13c...........................................  Private.........................       2,226 (901)                 0         249 (101)       1,977 (800)
14. Lower and Middle San Luis Rey River Basin.  Federal.........................             4 (2)                 0                 0             4 (2)
                                                State...........................            10 (4)                 0                 0            10 (4)
                                                Pala Tribe......................       2,385 (963)                 0       1,662 (673)               **0
                                                Rincon Tribe....................       1,155 (467)                 0       1,071 (433)               **0
                                                Private.........................     9,351 (3,785)           58 (23)                 0    10,101 (4,088)
15. Upper San Luis Rey River Basin............  Federal.........................       1,467 (594)                 0         771 (312)         695 (281)
                                                Private.........................    11,511 (4,658)                 0     3,838 (1,553)     7,673 (3,105)
16. Santa Ysabel Creek Basin..................  Federal.........................          190 (77)                 0                 0          190 (77)
                                                State...........................          182 (74)            1 (<1)                 0          175 (71)
                                                Local...........................          143 (58)                 0                 0          143 (58)
                                                Tribal..........................            23 (9)                 0            23 (9)                 0
                                                Private.........................    14,956 (6,053)          100 (40)                 0    14,862 (6,014)
16a...........................................  Federal.........................          190 (77)                 0                 0          190 (77)
                                                State...........................          182 (74)            1 (<1)                 0          175 (71)
                                                Local...........................          143 (58)                 0                 0          143 (58)
                                                Private.........................    13,452 (5,444)          100 (40)                 0    13,357 (5,405)
16d...........................................  Mesa Grande Tribe...............            23 (9)                 0            23 (9)                 0
                                                Private.........................       1,504 (609)                 0                 0       1,504 (609)
17. San Diego River Basin/San Vicente Creek...  Federal.........................         425 (172)                 0                 0         425 (172)
                                                Tribal..........................           92 (37)                 0           92 (37)                 0
                                                Private.........................     3,746 (1,516)                 0                 0     3,746 (1,516)
17a...........................................  Federal.........................         354 (143)                 0                 0         354 (143)
Capitan Grande Tribe..........................  92 (37).........................                 0           92 (37)                 0
                                                Private.........................         795 (322)                 0                 0         795 (322)
17b...........................................  Federal.........................           48 (19)                 0                 0           48 (19)
                                                Private.........................       1,817 (735)                 0                 0       1,817 (735)
17d...........................................  Federal.........................            23 (9)                 0                 0            23 (9)
                                                Private.........................       1,134 (459)                 0                 0       1,134 (459)
18. Sweetwater River Basin....................  Federal.........................         556 (225)                 0                 0         556 (225)
                                                State...........................       1,659 (671)                 0                 0       1,659 (671)
                                                Tribal..........................         391 (158)                 0          152 (62)               **0
                                                Private.........................       2,178 (882)             6 (2)                 0       2,410 (975)
18a...........................................  Federal.........................         553 (224)                 0                 0         553 (224)
                                                State...........................       1,554 (629)                 0                 0       1,554 (629)
                                                Private.........................       2,049 (829)                 0                 0       2,049 (829)
18c...........................................  Federal.........................             3 (1)                 0                 0             3 (1)
                                                State...........................          105 (42)                 0                 0          105 (42)
                                                Sycuan Tribe....................         391 (158)                 0          152 (62)               **0
                                                Private.........................          129 (53)             6 (2)                 0         362 (146)
19. Cottonwood Creek Basin....................  Federal.........................     4,118 (1,666)                 0                 0     4,118 (1,666)
                                                Local...........................       1,482 (600)                 0           31 (13)       1,476 (597)
                                                Private.........................     8,778 (3,551)                 0                 0     8,751 (3,541)
19a...........................................  Federal.........................       2,128 (861)                 0                 0       2,128 (861)
                                                Local...........................       1,482 (600)                 0           31 (13)       1,476 (597)
                                                Private.........................       2,237 (905)                 0                 0       2,212 (895)
19b...........................................  Federal.........................          209 (84)                 0                 0          209 (84)
                                                Private.........................      4,921 (1991)                 0                 0      4,921 (1991)
19c...........................................  Federal.........................         809 (327)                 0                 0         809 (327)

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                                                Private.........................         703 (284)                 0                 0         703 (284)
19d...........................................  Federal.........................         910 (368)                 0                 0         910 (368)
                                                Private.........................           28 (11)                 0                 0           28 (11)
19e...........................................  Federal.........................           61 (25)                 0                 0           61 (25)
                                                Private.........................         889 (360)                 0                 0         889 (360)
20. Upper Santa Ana River Basin/Cajon Wash....  Federal.........................         711 (288)                 0                 0         711 (288)
                                                Private.........................       1,065 (431)                 0                 0       1,065 (431)
21. Little Rock Creek Basin...................  Federal.........................         612 (248)                 0                 0         612 (248)
22. Upper Mojave River Basin*.................  Federal.........................       2,186 (885)           43 (17)                 0       2,143 (867)
                                                State...........................          238 (96)          191 (77)                 0           47 (19)
                                                Private.........................     3,494 (1,414)           82 (33)                 0     3,412 (1,381)
22a...........................................  Federal.........................       2,143 (867)                 0                 0       2,143 (867)
                                                State...........................           47 (19)                 0                 0           47 (19)
                                                Private.........................     3,494 (1,414)           82 (33)                 0     3,412 (1,381)
22c...........................................  Federal.........................           43 (17)           43 (17)                 0                 0
                                                State...........................          191 (77)          191 (77)                 0                 0
23. Whitewater River Basin....................  Federal.........................         783 (317)         783 (317)                 0                 0
                                                Private.........................         572 (231)         572 (231)                 0                 0
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    Total ***.................................  ................................           112,765             2,702            11,697  98,366 (39,807)
                                                                                          (45,634)           (1,091)           (4,734)
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* Land ownership values differ from the proposed rule due to updated ownership data.
** Off-reservation lands (fee-owned) were not excluded and are included within the Private land ownership total.
*** Values in table may not sum due to rounding.

    We present brief descriptions of all units and reasons why they 
meet the definition of critical habitat for the arroyo toad below. The 
units are grouped by recovery unit as described in the recovery plan 
(Service 1999) and listed in order geographically north to south and 
west to east within each recovery unit. For more information about the 
areas excluded from critical habitat, please see Exclusions Under 
Section 4(b)(2) of the Act section of this final rule.

Northern Recovery Unit

    As described in the recovery plan (Service 1999, pp. 1-119), 
maintaining arroyo toad populations in the areas described by the 
following seven unit descriptions is necessary to conserve the species 
in the northern recovery unit. Because the toad populations in this 
recovery unit have been reduced in size and their habitat fragmented by 
road construction, dams, agriculture, and urbanization, it is important 
to protect all of them and safeguard against the loss of any one 
population due to random natural or human-caused events. The Forest 
Service is the primary landowner of revised critical habitat within the 
northern recovery unit.
Unit 1: San Antonio River: (6,453 ac (2,612 ha))
    All lands in Unit 1 (approximately 6,453 ac (2,612 ha)) were 
exempted under section 4(a)(3)(B) of the Act in the October 2009 
proposed revised designation for the arroyo toad (74 FR 52612; October 
13, 2009) because they are subject to the 2007 Service-approved 
Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan (INRMP) for Fort Hunter 
Liggett. The INRMP provides a benefit to the arroyo toad, including 
monitoring arroyo toad population status, reducing public and military 
vehicle encroachment into arroyo toad habitats, reducing bullfrogs and 
other invasive species, and integrating species management and 
conservation with Fort Hunter Liggett training and maintenance 
activities. Please refer to the Application of Section 4(a)(3) of the 
Act section below for details on the INRMP and the benefits it provides 
to the arroyo toad.
Unit 2: Sisquoc River (3,775 ac (1,528 ha))
    This unit is located in Santa Barbara County and encompasses 
approximately 33 miles (mi) (54 kilometers (km)) of the Sisquoc River 
and adjacent uplands from Sycamore Campground downstream to just below 
the confluence with La Brea Creek. Upper stretches of the river are 
within the Los Padres National Forest and mostly within the San Rafael 
Wilderness Area. Below the National Forest boundary, the river and 
adjacent uplands are on rural private lands. The unit consists of 1,700 
ac (688 ha) of Federal land and 2,073 ac (839 ha) of private land. This 
long, undammed river is one of the few remaining major rivers in 
southern California with a natural flow regime, and supports a core 
population of arroyo toads that is important for maintaining the 
genetic diversity of the species. Unit 2 contains the physical and 
biological features that are essential to the conservation of the 
species, including breeding pools in low-gradient stream segments with 
sandy or fine gravel substrates (PCEs 1 and 2), seasonal flood flows 
(PCE 3), and relatively undisturbed riparian and upland habitat for 
foraging and dispersal (PCE 4). The physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the species in this unit may require 
special management considerations or protection to address threats from 
the removal and alteration of habitat due to sand and gravel mining, 
livestock overgrazing of riparian habitats, and limited recreational 
activities.
Unit 3: Upper Santa Ynez River Basin (3,032 ac (1,227 ha))
    This unit is located in Santa Barbara County upstream of Gibraltar 
Reservoir and encompasses approximately 27 mi (43 km) of the upper 
Santa Ynez River, Indian Creek, Mono Creek, and adjacent uplands. The 
unit consists of 2,214 ac (896 ha) of Federal land and 818 ac (331 ha) 
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large and well-studied arroyo toad population that likely experiences 
precipitation and soil moisture conditions not faced by toads at drier 
sites (Sweet 1992, pp. 1-198; 1993, pp. 1-73). Potential adaptations to 
these conditions make this unit important for maintaining the genetic 
diversity of the species. Unit 3 contains the physical and biological 
features that are essential to the conservation of the species, 
including breeding pools in low-gradient stream segments with sandy or 
fine gravel substrates (PCEs 1 and 2), seasonal flood flows (PCE 3), 
and relatively undisturbed riparian and upland habitat for foraging and 
dispersal (PCE 4). The physical and biological features essential to 
the conservation of the species in this unit may require special 
management considerations or protection to address threats, primarily 
along the lower Santa Ynez River and lower Mono Creek, from nonnative 
species, recreation, and problems associated with an upstream dam (such 
as sediment trapping, altered hydrological regime, and temperature 
changes).
Unit 4: Sespe Creek (2,760 ac (1,117 ha))
    This unit is located in Ventura County and encompasses 
approximately 27 mi (43 km) of Sespe Creek and adjacent uplands, from 
the lower end of Sespe Gorge (elevation approximately 3,530 ft (1,076 
m)) downstream to the confluence with Alder Creek. The unit consists of 
2,498 ac (1,011 ha) of Federal land and 262 ac (106 ha) of private 
land. This unit supports one of the largest arroyo toad populations on 
the Los Padres National Forest along Sespe Creek, which is undammed and 
retains its natural flooding regime. Up to several hundred adult arroyo 
toads inhabit this reach of the Sespe Creek (Sweet 1992, p. 192), and 
during years of successful reproduction, such as 2003, thousands of 
juveniles can be found as well (Murphy 2008, pers. comm.). Arroyo toads 
have been found up to 3,300 ft (1,000 m) in elevation in this area, 
which is one of the highest known occurrences in the northern recovery 
unit. Unit 4 contains the physical and biological features that are 
essential to the conservation of the species, including numerous 
suitable breeding pools (shallow, sand- or gravel-based pools with a 
minimum of vegetation along one or both margins during the breeding 
season from late March to June (Sweet 1992, p. 28)) and an abundance of 
sandy substrates (PCEs 1 and 2), unimpeded seasonal flood flows (PCE 
3), and relatively undisturbed riparian habitat and upland benches for 
foraging and dispersal (PCE 4). The physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the species in this unit may require 
special management considerations or protection to address threats from 
recreational activities and nonnative predators.
Unit 5: Piru Creek (2,507 ac (1,015 ha))
    This unit is located in Ventura and Los Angeles Counties and 
consists of two subunits totaling 2,105 ac (852 ha) of Federal land and 
402 ac (163 ha) of private inholdings.
Subunit 5a
    Subunit 5a encompasses approximately 17 mi (27 km) of Piru Creek 
and adjacent uplands from the confluence with Lockwood Creek downstream 
to Pyramid Reservoir. The subunit consists of 1,277 ac (517 ha) of 
Federal land and 81 ac (33 ha) of private land. As recently as 2003, 
the upper portion of Subunit 5a was documented to be free of nonnative 
vertebrate predators, and the substantial arroyo toad population 
supported by this subunit was documented to be increasing and expanding 
over the course of several years (Uyehara 2003, pers. comm.). Subunit 
5a contains the physical and biological features that are essential to 
the conservation of the species, including breeding pools in low-
gradient stream segments with sandy substrates (PCEs 1 and 2), seasonal 
flood flows (PCE 3), and riparian habitat and upland benches for 
foraging and dispersal (PCE 4). The physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the species in this subunit may 
require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from livestock grazing and recreational activities.
Subunit 5b
    Subunit 5b is primarily within the Sespe Wilderness and encompasses 
approximately 15 mi (24 km) of Piru Creek from the confluence with Fish 
Creek downstream to Lake Piru, as well as Agua Blanca Creek from 
Devil's Gateway downstream to the confluence with Piru Creek. The 
subunit supports a substantial arroyo toad population and consists of 
828 ac (335 ha) of Federal land and 321 ac (130 ha) of private land. 
Subunit 5b contains the physical and biological features that are 
essential to the conservation of the species, including breeding pools 
in low-gradient stream segments with sandy substrates (PCEs 1 and 2), 
seasonal flood flows (modified to some extent below Pyramid Dam) (PCE 
3), and riparian habitat and upland benches for foraging and dispersal 
(PCE 4). Because lower Piru Creek in Subunit 5b is downstream of a 
large dam, the habitat there has experienced some degradation over the 
years from perennial water releases, rapid changes in flow volume, 
excessive flows during the breeding season, and an increased presence 
of nonnative predators. However, in 2005, the California Department of 
Water Resources proposed to permanently change the water release 
schedule for Pyramid Dam to one that more closely mimics the pre-dam 
hydrograph and benefitted downstream habitat for the arroyo toad (State 
Water Board 2008, p. 3). The physical and biological features essential 
to the conservation of the species in this subunit may require special 
management considerations or protection to address threats from 
nonnative predators and recreational activities.
Unit 6: Upper Santa Clara River Basin (2,802 ac (1,134 ha))
    This unit is located in northwestern Los Angeles County and 
consists of three subunits totaling 443 ac (179 ha) of Federal land and 
2,359 ac (955 ha) of private land.
Subunit 6a
    Subunit 6a encompasses approximately 7 mi (12 km) of Castaic Creek 
from Bear Canyon downstream to Castaic Lake, and 0.7 mi (1.2 km) of 
Fish Creek from Cienaga Spring to the confluence with Castaic Creek. 
The subunit consists of 284 ac (115 ha) of Federal land and 236 ac (96 
ha) of private land. Subunit 6a contains the physical and biological 
features that are essential to the conservation of the species, 
including breeding pools in low-gradient stream segments with sandy 
substrates (PCEs 1 and 2), seasonal flood flows (PCE 3), and riparian 
habitat and upland benches for foraging and dispersal (PCE 4). The 
physical and biological features essential to the conservation of the 
species in this subunit may require special management considerations 
or protection to address threats from urban development, agriculture, 
recreation, mining, and nonnative predators.
Subunit 6b
    Subunit 6b encompasses: (1) Approximately 2.6 mi (4.2 km) of 
Castaic Creek from the downstream edge of The Old Road right-of-way 
(adjacent to Interstate 5) down to the confluence with the Santa Clara 
River; and (2) 4 mi (6.4 km) of the Santa Clara River from the 
confluence with San Francisquito Creek down to the confluence with 
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1,003 ac (406 ha) of private land. This subunit allows for natural 
population expansion and fluctuation of the Santa Clara River 
population by connecting arroyo toad habitat in Castaic Creek with San 
Francisquito Creek and the occupied reach of the Santa Clara River. 
Subunit 6b contains the physical and biological features that are 
essential to the conservation of the species, including breeding pools 
in low-gradient stream segments with sandy substrates (PCEs 1 and 2), 
seasonal flood flows (PCE 3), and riparian habitat and upland benches 
for foraging and dispersal (PCE 4). The physical and biological 
features essential to the conservation of the species in this subunit 
may require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from urban development, agriculture, recreation, mining, and 
nonnative predators.
    The Secretary is exercising his discretion under section 4(b)(2) of 
the Act to exclude 330 ac (134 ha) of Subunit 6b that we proposed as 
revised critical habitat. This exclusion is based on our determination 
that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion, and 
that exclusion of these areas will not result in extinction of the 
species (see Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Other 
Relevant Impacts section below).
    Additionally, based on closer examination of some upland areas that 
we proposed in the revised critical habitat proposal (74 FR 52612, 
October 13, 2009) and that we believed met the definition of critical 
habitat, we have found that these lands are either developed, used for 
intensive agriculture, or are inaccessible to arroyo toads due to busy 
roads or steep slopes. We now find that little of these lands remain as 
native habitats that would be useable as foraging areas by arroyo 
toads, do not contain the physical and biological features that are 
essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad, and therefore, do not 
meet the definition of critical habitat. Therefore, we have removed 
approximately 662 ac (268 ha) from Subunit 6b.
Subunit 6c
    Subunit 6c encompasses approximately 11 mi (18 km) of upper Santa 
Clara River from Arrastre Canyon downstream to the confluence with Bee 
Canyon Creek. The subunit consists of 159 ac (64 ha) of Federal land 
and 1,120 ac (453 ha) of private land. This subunit is important for 
maintaining the arroyo toad metapopulation in the upper Santa Clara 
River Basin. Additionally, the upper portion of the Santa Clara River 
in this subunit supports a breeding population of arroyo toads (Farris 
2001, pers. comm.; Hovore 2001, in litt.; Sandburg 2001, in litt.) that 
has the potential to greatly increase in size. Subunit 6c contains the 
physical and biological features that are essential to the conservation 
of the species, including breeding pools in low-gradient stream 
segments with sandy substrates (PCEs 1 and 2), seasonal flood flows 
(PCE 3), and riparian habitat and upland benches for foraging and 
dispersal (PCE 4). The physical and biological features essential to 
the conservation of the species in this subunit may require special 
management considerations or protection to address threats from urban 
development, agriculture, recreation, mining, and nonnative predators.
Unit 7: Upper Los Angeles River Basin (1,190 ac (482 ha))
    This unit is located in central Los Angeles County and encompasses: 
(1) Approximately 8 mi (13 km) of upper Big Tujunga Creek from 
immediately above Big Tujunga Reservoir upstream to approximately 1.2 
mi (2 km) above the confluence with Alder Creek, (2) almost 3.7 mi (6 
km) of Mill Creek from the Monte Cristo Creek confluence downstream to 
Big Tujunga Creek, and (3) approximately 1.9 mi (3 km) of Alder Creek 
from the Mule Fork confluence downstream to Big Tujunga Creek. The unit 
consists of 1,113 ac (451 ha) of Forest Service land and 77 ac (31 ha) 
of private land. This unit supports an arroyo toad population in the 
Big Tujunga Creek Canyon watershed in the Upper Los Angeles River Basin 
within the Angeles National Forest. This population is important 
because it occurs at a relatively high elevation that is atypical for 
arroyo toads, and it is the only known substantial population remaining 
in the coastal foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. Unit 7 contains 
the physical and biological features that are essential to the 
conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and 
non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for 
foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological 
features essential to the conservation of the species in this unit may 
require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from nonnative predators, such as crayfish, bullfrogs, and 
nonnative plants, such as Arundo donax (giant reed grass).

Southern Recovery Unit

    As described in the recovery plan (Service 1999, pp. 1-119), 
maintaining arroyo toad populations in the areas described by the 
following 12 unit descriptions is necessary to conserve the species in 
the southern recovery unit. These critical habitat units consist of a 
range of geographic locations from coastal regions to interior 
mountains. Arroyo toads likely occurred throughout each of these river 
and creek basins, but are now found only in segments of the rivers and 
creeks due to loss or change of habitat and nonnative predators. 
Conserving arroyo toad populations in these river basins is necessary 
for preserving the species' full range of genetic and phenotypic 
variation.
Unit 8: Lower Santa Ana River Basin (737 ac (298 ha))
    This unit is located in east-central Orange County and encompasses: 
(1) Approximately 5.8 mi (9 km) of Santiago Creek from just below the 
town of Modjeska downstream to the confluence with Black Star Creek, 
(2) approximately 2 mi (3 km) of Black Star Creek downstream to the 
confluence with Santiago Creek, (3) an approximately 2.4-mi (4-km) 
stretch of lower Baker Canyon downstream to the confluence with 
Santiago Creek, and (4) approximately 7.3 mi (12 km) of Silverado Creek 
from the eastern edge of section 11 (T05S, R07W) in the Cleveland 
National Forest downstream to the confluence with Santiago Creek. As 
proposed, Unit 8 included a total of 2,182 ac (883 ha). Of these lands, 
we have now removed approximately 185 ac (75 ha), as we determined that 
these lands do not contain the physical or biological features 
essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad (see numbers 3 and 20 
in Summary of Changes from the 2009 Proposed Rule To Revise Critical 
Habitat section above for a detailed discussion). The Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude from this final revised critical 
habitat designation, under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, portions of Unit 
8 totaling 1,259 ac (508 ha). The portion of Unit 8 we are designating 
as critical habitat consists of 54 ac (22 ha) of Forest Service land 
and 683 ac (276 ha) of private land. This unit contains a vital arroyo 
toad population in central Orange County that may represent one of the 
last remnants of a greater historical population from the Santa Ana 
River Basin that was mostly extirpated due to urbanization of the 
greater Los Angeles metropolitan area. It is also possible that this 
population belongs to a larger metapopulation that extends across the 
lower coastal mountain slopes of the Santa Ana Mountains from Santiago 
Creek to San Mateo Creek (including Units 10 and 11 discussed below). 
Unit 8 contains the physical and biological features that are essential 
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conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and 
non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for 
foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological 
features essential to the conservation of the species in this unit may 
require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from nearby residential activities and degraded habitat 
conditions due to past commercial sand and gravel removal operations.
    As indicated above, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 1,259 ac (508 ha) that are owned by or are under 
the jurisdiction of the permittees of the Orange County Central-Coastal 
NCCP/HCP and the associated NRPPA. This exclusion is based on our 
determination that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of 
inclusion and that exclusion of these areas will not result in 
extinction of the species (see Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the 
Act--Other Relevant Impacts section below for a detailed discussion).
Unit 9: San Jacinto River Basin (2,391 ac (968 ha))
    This unit is located in west-central Riverside County and consists 
of two subunits totaling 14 ac (5 ha) of BLM land, 531 ac (215 ha) of 
Forest Service land, 232 ac (94 ha) of State land, and 1,614 ac (653 
ha) of private land. This unit supports the most northeastern arroyo 
toad populations within the coastal region of the species' range. This 
unit also is geographically isolated from other known toad populations 
to the south in the Santa Margarita Watershed, to the west in the San 
Juan Watershed, and from residual populations to the north in the Santa 
Ana Watershed. Therefore, this location is important to maintain the 
current geographic extent of the species.
Subunit 9a
    Subunit 9a encompasses approximately 6.3 mi (10 km) of the San 
Jacinto River from the Sand Canyon confluence downstream to the Soboba 
Indian Reservation border. The subunit consists of 64 ac (26 ha) of 
Forest Service land, 8 ac (3 ha) of BLM land, and 1,154 ac (467 ha) of 
private land. Subunit 9a contains the physical and biological features 
that are essential to the conservation of the species, including 
aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, 
and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 
4). The physical and biological features essential to the conservation 
of the species in this subunit may require special management 
considerations or protection to address threats from human activities, 
including direct mortality from vehicular traffic, trampling by people 
during recreational activities or trash dumping, and collection (Ortega 
2009, in litt. p. 1; Wilcox 2009, pers. comm.).
Subunit 9b
    Subunit 9b encompasses approximately 7.4 mi (12 km) of Bautista 
Creek from near the eastern edge of section 20 (T6S, R2E) downstream to 
approximately the middle of section 27 (T5S, R1E), where the stream 
enters a debris basin. As proposed, Subunit 9b included a total of 
1,180 ac (478 ha). The Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude from this final revised critical habitat designation, under 
section 4(b)(2) of the Act, portions of Subunit 9b totaling 14 ac (6 
ha). The portion of Subunit 9b we are designating as critical habitat 
consists of 467 ac (189 ha) of Forest Service land, 6 ac (2 ha) of BLM 
land, 232 ac (94 ha) of State land, and 461 ac (187 ha) of private 
land. Subunit 9b contains the physical and biological features that are 
essential to the conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat 
for breeding and non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland 
habitat for foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and 
biological features essential to the conservation of the species in 
this subunit may require special management considerations or 
protection to address threats from recreation and vehicular traffic 
(U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) 2001, p. 8).
    As indicated above, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 14 ac (6 ha) that are owned by or are under the 
jurisdiction of the permittees of the Western Riverside County MSHCP. 
This exclusion is based on our determination that the benefits of 
exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion and that exclusion of 
these areas will not result in extinction of the species (see 
Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Other Relevant Impacts 
section below for a detailed discussion).
Unit 10: San Juan Creek Basin (3,496 ac (1,415 ha))
    This unit is located in southern Orange County and southwestern 
Riverside County and consists of two subunits totaling 558 ac (226 ha) 
of Forest Service land, 38 ac (15 ha) of local government land, and 
2,900 ac (1,174 ha) of private land. This unit supports a large arroyo 
toad population in the San Juan Creek Basin, and arroyo toad 
populations in this unit may function as an important linkage between 
toads in Santiago Creek (Unit 8) to the north and the San Mateo Creek 
Basin (Unit 11) to the south.
Subunit 10a
    This subunit is located in southern Orange County and southwestern 
Riverside County. Subunit 10a encompasses: (1) Approximately 5 mi (8 
km) of San Juan Creek from immediately above the Upper San Juan 
Campground downstream to Interstate 5, (2) approximately 9.9 mi (16 km) 
of Bell Canyon from the southern half of section 8 (T06S, R06W) in the 
Cleveland National Forest downstream to the confluence with San Juan 
Creek, and (3) approximately 1.2 mi (2 km) of an unnamed tributary to 
the west of Bell Canyon in sections 8 and 18 (T06S, R06W) downstream to 
the confluence with Bell Creek. As proposed, Subunit 10a included a 
total of 4,728 ac (1,913 ha). Of these lands, we have now removed 
approximately 1 ac (<1 ha), as we determined that these lands do not 
contain the physical or biological features essential to the 
conservation of the arroyo toad (see number 20 in Summary of Changes 
from the 2009 Proposed Rule To Revise Critical Habitat section above 
for a detailed discussion). The Secretary is exercising his discretion 
to exclude from this final revised critical habitat designation, under 
section 4(b)(2) of the Act, portions of Subunit 10a totaling 1,631 ac 
(660 ha). The portions of Subunit 10a we are designating as critical 
habitat consist of 547 ac (221 ha) of Forest Service land, 3 ac (1 ha) 
of local government land, and 2,547 ac (1,031 ha) of private land. 
Subunit 10a contains the physical and biological features that are 
essential to the conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat 
for breeding and non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland 
habitat for foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and 
biological features essential to the conservation of the species in 
this subunit may require special management considerations or 
protection to address threats from nonnative predators (bullfrogs), 
water diversions, and residual effects of recent gravel mining 
operations (Bloom 1998, p. 2).
    As indicated above, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 1,631 ac (660 ha) that are owned by or are under 
the jurisdiction of the permittees of the Southern Orange County NCCP/
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exclusion is based on our determination that the benefits of exclusion 
outweigh the benefits of inclusion and that exclusion of these areas 
will not result in extinction of the species (see Exclusions Under 
Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Other Relevant Impacts section below for a 
detailed discussion).
Subunit 10b
    This subunit is located in southern Orange County. Subunit 10b 
encompasses 5.2 mi (8 km) of Trabuco Creek downstream from 
approximately the middle of section 6 (T06S, R06W) in the Cleveland 
National Forest. As proposed, Subunit 10b included a total of 939 ac 
(380 ha). Of these lands, we have now removed approximately 31 ac (13 
ha), as we determined that these lands do not contain the physical or 
biological features essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad 
(see number 6 in Summary of Changes from the 2009 Proposed Rule To 
Revise Critical Habitat section above for a detailed discussion). The 
Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude from this final 
revised critical habitat designation, under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, 
portions of Subunit 10b totaling 509 ac (206 ha). The portion of 
Subunit 10b we are designating as critical habitat consists of 11 ac (4 
ha) of Forest Service land, 35 ac (14 ha) of local government land, and 
353 ac (143 ha) of private land. Subunit 10b contains the physical and 
biological features that are essential to the conservation of the 
species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding 
activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and 
dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the species in this subunit may 
require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from nonnative predators (bullfrogs), water diversions, and 
residual effects of recent gravel mining operations (Bloom 1998, p. 2).
    As indicated above, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 509 ac (206 ha) that are owned by or are under 
the jurisdiction of the permittees of the Southern Orange County NCCP/
Master Streambed Alteration Agreement/HCP. This exclusion is based on 
our determination that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits 
of inclusion and that exclusion of these areas will not result in 
extinction of the species (see Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the 
Act--Other Relevant Impacts section below for a detailed discussion).
Unit 11: San Mateo Creek Basin (1,820 ac (737 ha))
    This unit is located in northwestern San Diego County, southern 
Orange County, and southwestern Riverside County and consists of two 
subunits totaling 844 ac (341 ha) of Forest Service land and 975 ac 
(395 ha) of private land. This unit supports large arroyo toad 
populations in close proximity to the coast. Nearly all of the other 
near-coastal, historical populations of arroyo toad were extirpated due 
to extensive urbanization and river channelization along the coastal 
regions of southern California. Distinctive climatic conditions near 
the coast may provide different selective pressures on toads in this 
area, and favor specific genetic characteristics that help maintain the 
genetic diversity of the species.
    We exempted approximately 6,014 ac (2,427 ha) of military land 
under section 4(a)(3)(B) of the Act because the lands are subject to 
the 2007 INRMP for Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, and the INRMP 
provides a benefit to the arroyo toad (see the Application of Section 
4(a)(3) of the Act section below for details on the INRMP and the 
benefits it provides to the arroyo toad).
Subunit 11a
    Subunit 11a encompasses: (1) Approximately 1.7 mi (3 km) of 
Cristianitos Creek from just above Gabino Creek downstream to the MCB 
Camp Pendleton boundary; (2) approximately 3.1 mi (5 km) of Gabino 
Creek upstream from its confluence with Cristianitos Creek, including 
about 0.6 mi (1 km) of La Paz Creek; and (3) approximately 4 mi (6 km) 
of Talega Creek upstream from its confluence with Cristianitos Creek 
and beyond the boundaries of MCB Camp Pendleton. As proposed, Subunit 
11a included a total of 1,034 ac (418 ha). Of these lands, we have now 
exempted approximately 20 ac (8 ha) (see number 7 in Summary of Changes 
from the 2009 Proposed Rule To Revise Critical Habitat section above 
for a detailed discussion). The Secretary is exercising his discretion 
to exclude from this final revised critical habitat designation, under 
section 4(b)(2) of the Act, a portion of Subunit 11a totaling 39 ac (16 
ha). The portion of Subunit 11a we are designating as critical habitat 
totals 975 ac (395 ha), and is comprised entirely of private land. 
Subunit 11a contains the physical and biological features that are 
essential to the conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat 
for breeding and non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland 
habitat for foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and 
biological features essential to the conservation of the species in 
this subunit may require special management considerations or 
protection to address threats from human activities, including direct 
mortality from vehicle collisions and vehicular crossings of 
streambeds, grazing, and nonnative predators (Bloom 1996, pp. 4-5; 
Bloom 1998, in litt., pp. 1, 3).
    As indicated above, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 39 ac (16 ha) that are owned by or are under the 
jurisdiction of the permittees of the Southern Orange County NCCP/
Master Streambed Alteration Agreement/HCP. This exclusion is based on 
our determination that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits 
of inclusion and that exclusion of these areas will not result in 
extinction of the species (see Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the 
Act--Other Relevant Impacts section below for a detailed discussion).
Subunit 11b
    Subunit 11b encompasses: (1) Approximately 9.3 mi (15 km) of San 
Mateo Creek from Los Alamos Canyon downstream to MCB Camp Pendleton, 
and (2) approximately 2.4 mi (4 km) of Los Alamos Canyon downstream to 
the confluence with San Mateo Creek. The subunit consists of 844 ac 
(341 ha) of Forest Service land. Subunit 11b contains the physical and 
biological features that are essential to the conservation of the 
species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding 
activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and 
dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the species in this subunit may 
require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from habitat conditions favorable for nonnative predators 
(ECORP 2004, p. 16).
Unit 12: Lower Santa Margarita River Basin (1,009 ac (408 ha))
    This unit is located in northwestern San Diego County and consists 
of two subunits totaling 5 ac (2 ha) of State land and 1,004 ac (406 
ha) of private land. This unit supports large arroyo toad populations 
in proximity to other large arroyo toad populations to the north (Unit 
11), and provides potential connectivity to populations in the upper 
Santa Margarita River Basin (Unit 13). We exempted approximately 7,239 
ac (2,929 ha) of military land (7,016 ac (2,839 ha) on MCB Camp 
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Weapons Station) in this unit under section 4(a)(3)(B) of the Act in 
the October 2009 proposed revised designation for the arroyo toad (74 
FR 52612) because the lands are subject to the 2007 INRMP for MCB Camp 
Pendleton and the 2006 INRMP for the Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station, 
and each INRMP provides a benefit to the arroyo toad. Please refer to 
the Application of Section 4(a)(3) of the Act section below for details 
on the INRMPs and the benefits they provide to the arroyo toad.
Subunit 12a
    Subunit 12a encompasses approximately 2.1 mi (3 km) of De Luz Creek 
from the town of De Luz downstream to the MCB Camp Pendleton boundary. 
The subunit consists of 394 ac (159 ha) of private land. Subunit 12a 
contains the physical and biological features that are essential to the 
conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and 
non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for 
foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological 
features essential to the conservation of the species in this subunit 
may require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from cumulative impacts to the species' habitat from 
recreation, nonnative predators, and nonnative plants (CNDDB 2008, EO 
26).
Subunit 12b
    Subunit 12b encompasses approximately 5.5 mi (9 km) of the Santa 
Margarita River upstream from the MCB Camp Pendleton boundary. The 
subunit consists of 5 ac (2 ha) of State land and 610 ac (247 ha) of 
private land. Subunit 12b contains the physical and biological features 
that are essential to the conservation of the species, including 
aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, 
and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 
4). The physical and biological features essential to the conservation 
of the species in this subunit may require special management 
considerations or protection to address threats from cumulative impacts 
to the species' habitat from nonnative predators, nonnative plants, and 
vehicular traffic (Varanus Biological Services, Inc. 1999, pp. 34-35).
Unit 13: Upper Santa Margarita River Basin (7,863 ac (3,182 ha))
    This unit is located in southern Riverside County and northern San 
Diego County and consists of three subunits totaling 22 ac (9 ha) of 
BLM land, 432 ac (174 ha) of Forest Service land, and 7,409 ac (2,998 
ha) of private land. This unit provides potential links to arroyo toad 
populations in the lower Santa Margarita River Basin (Unit 12) and 
other nearby drainages containing suitable habitat.
Subunit 13a
    Subunit 13a encompasses approximately 7.3 mi (12 km) of Arroyo Seco 
Creek from just south of the San Diego-Riverside County boundary 
downstream to Vail Lake. The subunit consists of 337 ac (136 ha) of 
Forest Service land and 818 ac (331 ha) of private land. Subunit 13a 
contains the physical and biological features that are essential to the 
conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and 
non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for 
foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological 
features essential to the conservation of the species in this subunit 
may require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from nonnative predators and campground activities (USGS 2000, 
p. 3).
Subunit 13b
    Subunit 13b encompasses approximately 16.3 mi (26 km) of Temecula 
Creek from Dodge Valley downstream to Vail Lake. As proposed, Subunit 
13b included a total of 4,756 ac (1,925 ha). The Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude from this final revised critical 
habitat designation, under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, portions of 
Subunit 13b totaling 26 ac (11 ha). The portion of Subunit 13b we are 
designating as critical habitat consists of 95 ac (38 ha) of Forest 
Service land, 22 ac (9 ha) of BLM land, and 4,614 ac (1,867 ha) of 
private land. Subunit 13b contains the physical and biological features 
that are essential to the conservation of the species, including 
aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, 
and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 
4). The physical and biological features essential to the conservation 
of the species in this subunit may require special management 
considerations or protection to address threats from road maintenance 
and sand-mining operations (HELIX 2004, p. 1).
    As indicated above, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 26 ac (11 ha) that are owned by or are under the 
jurisdiction of the permittees of the Western Riverside County MSHCP. 
This exclusion is based on our determination that the benefits of 
exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion and that exclusion of 
these areas will not result in extinction of the species (see 
Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Other Relevant Impacts 
section below for a detailed discussion).
Subunit 13c
    Subunit 13c encompasses approximately 6.5 mi (10 km) of Wilson 
Creek from the confluence with Cahuilla Creek downstream to Vail Lake. 
As proposed, Subunit 13c included a total of 2,226 ac (901 ha). The 
Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude from this final 
revised critical habitat designation, under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, 
portions of Subunit 13c totaling 249 ac (101 ha). The portion of 
Subunit 13c we are designating as critical habitat totals 1,977 ac (800 
ha), and is comprised entirely of private land. Subunit 13c contains 
the physical and biological features that are essential to the 
conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and 
non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for 
foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological 
features essential to the conservation of the species in this subunit 
may require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from direct mortality and habitat degradation from off-highway 
vehicular traffic, and upstream sedimentation caused by urbanization, 
agriculture, or wildfire (R. Haase, MCAS Camp Pendleton, in litt. 
2009b, p. 1).
    As indicated above, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 249 ac (101 ha) that are owned by or are under 
the jurisdiction of the permittees of the Western Riverside County 
MSHCP. This exclusion is based on our determination that the benefits 
of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion and that exclusion of 
these areas will not result in extinction of the species (see 
Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Other Relevant Impacts 
section below for a detailed discussion).
Unit 14: Lower and Middle San Luis Rey River Basin (10,115 ac (4,093 
ha))
    This unit is located in northern San Diego County and encompasses 
approximately 30 mi (48 km) of the San Luis Rey River from the western 
edge of the La Jolla Indian Reservation downstream to the confluence 
with Guajome Creek near the City of Oceanside. It also includes 
approximately 3.4 mi (5.5 km) of Pala Creek and 1.7 mi (2.7 km) of Keys 
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San Luis Rey River. As proposed, Unit 14 included a total of 12,906 ac 
(5,223 ha). Of these lands, we have now removed approximately 58 ac (23 
ha), as we determined that these lands do not contain the physical or 
biological features essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad 
(see numbers 9 and 20 in Summary of Changes from the 2009 Proposed Rule 
To Revise Critical Habitat section above for a detailed discussion). 
The Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude from this final 
revised critical habitat designation, under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, 
portions of Unit 14 totaling 2,733 ac (1,106 ha). The portion of Unit 
14 we are designating as critical habitat consists of approximately 4 
ac (2 ha) of BLM land, 10 ac (4 ha) of State land, and 10,101 ac (4,088 
ha) of private land. This unit supports one of the largest contiguous 
river reaches that is occupied by the species. Unit 14 contains the 
physical and biological features that are essential to the conservation 
of the species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding 
activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and 
dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the species in this unit may require 
special management considerations or protection to address threats from 
dams and water diversions, intensive urbanization, agriculture, and 
nonnative predators and plants.
    As indicated above, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 1,071 ac (433 ha) of Rincon Band of 
Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians Tribal Lands and approximately 1,662 ac 
(673 ha) of Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians Tribal Lands. 
These exclusions are based on our determination that the benefits of 
exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion, and that exclusion of 
these areas will not result in extinction of the species (See 
Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Tribal Lands section 
below.
Unit 15: Upper San Luis Rey River Basin (8,368 ac (3,386 ha))
    This unit is located in northern San Diego County and encompasses: 
(1) Approximately 8.6 mi (14 km) of the West Fork of the San Luis Rey 
River from Barker Valley downstream to the upper end of Lake Henshaw, 
(2) approximately 3.5 mi (6 km) of Ca[ntilde]ada Aguanga from just 
below Lake Jean downstream to the confluence with the San Luis Rey 
River, (3) approximately 11.4 mi (18 km) of the upper San Luis Rey 
River from the Indian Flats area downstream to the upper end of Lake 
Henshaw, and (4) approximately 6.9 mi (11 km) of Agua Caliente Creek 
from the western edge of section 13 (T10S, R3E) to the confluence with 
the San Luis Rey River. As proposed, Unit 15 included a total of 12,977 
ac (5,252 ha). The Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude 
from this final revised critical habitat designation, under section 
4(b)(2) of the Act, portions of Unit 15 totaling 4,609 ac (1,865 ha). 
The portion of Unit 15 we are designating as critical habitat consists 
of 695 ac (281 ha) of Forest Service land and 7,673 ac (3,105 ha) of 
private land. This unit supports a unique assemblage of small, 
disjunct, high-elevation arroyo toad populations and one significant 
population on Agua Caliente Creek (Gergus 1992, in litt., p. 1; Ervin 
2000, in litt., pp. 2-3, 5; CNDDB 2008, Element Occurrences (EOs) 27, 
32) in an area where in-stream and overland dispersal between 
populations likely still is possible. Unit 15 contains the physical and 
biological features that are essential to the conservation of the 
species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding 
activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and 
dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the species in this unit may require 
special management considerations or protection to address threats from 
groundwater pumping on private lands, nonnative predators, feral pigs, 
and grazing (Winter in litt. 2010).
    As indicated above, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 4,609 ac (1,865 ha) within the existing and 
proposed Remote Training Site Warner Springs. This exclusion is based 
on our determination that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the 
benefits of inclusion and that exclusion of these areas will not result 
in extinction of the species (see Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of 
the Act--Impacts to National Security section below for a detailed 
discussion).
Unit 16: Santa Ysabel Creek Basin (15,370 ac (6,220 ha))
    This unit is located in north-central San Diego County and consists 
of two subunits totaling 6 ac (2 ha) of BLM land, 184 ac (74 ha) of 
Forest Service land, 175 ac (71 ha) of State land, 143 ac (58 ha) of 
local government land, and 14,862 ac (6,014 ha) of private land. This 
unit supports large amounts of suitable habitat connecting large 
populations with several additional populations, thereby promoting the 
long-term persistence of the species in the area.
Subunit 16a
    Subunit 16a encompasses: (1) Approximately 16.9 mi (27 km) of Santa 
Ysabel Creek from the northwestern quarter of section 24 (T12S, R01E) 
in the Cleveland National Forest downstream to the confluence with the 
San Dieguito River, (2) approximately 10 mi (16.1 km) of Guejito Creek 
from the 2,000 ft (610 m)-elevation contour downstream to the 
confluence with Santa Ysabel Creek, (3) approximately 2.5 mi (4.0 km) 
of Boden Canyon upstream from the Santa Ysabel Creek confluence, (4) 
approximately 4.3 mi (7 km) of Temescal Creek from the northern edge of 
Pamo Valley to the confluence with Santa Ysabel Creek, (5) 
approximately 9.1 mi (15 km) of Santa Maria Creek from the west side of 
Ramona to the confluence with Santa Ysabel Creek, and (6) approximately 
1 mi (2 km) of the San Dieguito River upstream from the confluence with 
Santa Ysabel Creek. As proposed, Subunit 16a included a total of 13,967 
ac (5,653 ha). Of these lands, we have now removed approximately 101 ac 
(40 ha), as we determined that these lands do not contain the physical 
or biological features essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad 
(see number 10 in Summary of Changes from the 2009 Proposed Rule To 
Revise Critical Habitat section above for a detailed discussion). The 
subunit consists of 184 ac (74 ha) of Forest Service land, 6 ac (2 ha) 
of BLM land, 175 ac (71 ha) of State land, 143 ac (58 ha) of local 
government land, and 13,357 ac (5,405 ha) of private land. Subunit 16a 
contains the physical and biological features that are essential to the 
conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and 
non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for 
foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological 
features essential to the conservation of the species in this subunit 
may require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from grazing, nonnative predators, feral pigs, and urbanization 
(Tierra Environmental Services 2001, in litt.; CNDDB 2008, EOs 59, 61; 
Winter in litt. 2010).
Subunit 16d
    Subunit 16d encompasses approximately 6.2 mi (10 km) of Santa 
Ysabel Creek about 0.5 mi (0.8 km) east of Highway 79 downstream to 
Sutherland Reservoir. As proposed, Subunit 16d included a total of 
1,527 ac (609 ha). The Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude from this final revised critical habitat designation, under 
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portion of Subunit 16d totaling 23 ac (9 ha). The portion of Subunit 
16b we are designating as critical habitat totals 1,504 ac (609 ha), 
and is comprised entirely of private land. Subunit 16d contains the 
physical and biological features that are essential to the conservation 
of the species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding 
activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and 
dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the species in this subunit may 
require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from grazing and feral pigs (CNDDB 2008, EO 62; Winter in litt. 
2010).
    As indicated above, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 23 ac (9 ha) of Mesa Grande Band of Diegueno 
Mission Indians Tribal Land. This exclusion is based on our 
determination that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of 
inclusion, and that exclusion of these areas will not result in 
extinction of the species (See Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the 
Act--Tribal Lands section below.
Unit 17: San Diego River Basin/San Vicente Creek (4,171 ac (1,688 ha))
    This unit is located in central San Diego County and consists of 
three subunits totaling 35 ac (14 ha) of BLM land, 390 ac (158 ha) of 
Forest Service land, and 3,746 ac (1,516 ha) of private land. This unit 
supports suitable habitat for population expansion, thus increasing the 
probability of the long-term persistence of these populations.
Subunit 17a
    Subunit 17a encompasses: (1) Approximately 8.7 mi (14 km) of the 
San Diego River from Temescal Creek downstream to the upper edge of El 
Capitan Reservoir, and (2) approximately 1 mi (2 km) of lower Cedar 
Creek. As proposed, Subunit 17a included a total of 1,241 ac (502 ha). 
The Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude from this final 
revised critical habitat designation, under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, 
portions of Subunit 17a totaling 92 ac (37 ha). The portion of Subunit 
17a we are designating as critical habitat consists of 354 ac (143 ha) 
of Forest Service land, and 795 ac (322 ha) of private land. Subunit 
17a contains the physical and biological features that are essential to 
the conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat for breeding 
and non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for 
foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological 
features essential to the conservation of the species in this subunit 
may require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from urbanization, nonnative predators, and feral pigs (Winter 
in litt. 2010).
    As indicated above, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 92 ac (37 ha) of Capitan Grande Band of Diegueno 
Mission Indians Tribal Lands. This exclusion is based on our 
determination that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of 
inclusion, and that exclusion of these areas will not result in 
extinction of the species (See Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the 
Act--Tribal Lands section below.
Subunit 17b
    Subunit 17b encompasses approximately 7.2 mi (12 km) of the San 
Diego River downstream from El Capitan Reservoir. The subunit consists 
of 12 ac (5 ha) of BLM land, 36 ac (15 ha) of Forest Service land, and 
1,817 ac (735 ha) of private land. Subunit 17b contains the physical 
and biological features that are essential to the conservation of the 
species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding 
activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and 
dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the species in this subunit may 
require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from urbanization, agriculture, nonnative predators, and 
harmful water releases (based on timing or amount) from the El Capitan 
Reservoir.
Subunit 17d
    Subunit 17d encompasses approximately 7.6 mi (12 km) of San Vicente 
Creek upstream from San Vicente Reservoir. The subunit consists of 23 
ac (9 ha) of BLM land and 1,134 ac (459 ha) of private land. Subunit 
17d contains the physical and biological features that are essential to 
the conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat for breeding 
and non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for 
foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological 
features essential to the conservation of the species in this subunit 
may require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from urbanization, agriculture, nonnative predators, feral 
pigs, and harmful water releases (based on timing or amount) from the 
Sutherland/San Vicente Aqueduct (Varanus Biological Services, Inc. 
1999, p. 20; RECON 2008, pp. 1, 3-4; Winter in litt. 2010).
Unit 18: Sweetwater River Basin (4,624 ac (1,871 ha))
    This unit is located in south-central San Diego County and consists 
of two subunits totaling 553 ac (224 ha) of Forest Service land, 3 ac 
(1 ha) of San Diego National Wildlife Refuge land, 1,659 ac (671 ha) of 
State land, and 2,410 ac (975 ha) of private land. This unit supports 
several large populations over large stretches of rivers and streams 
(Gergus 1992, in litt., p. 1; Ervin 1997, in litt., pp. 3-5; Varanus 
Biological Services, Inc. 1999, pp. 4-16; CNDDB 2008, EOs 38, 43, 67, 
73, 77, 85, 99, 100). These populations may function as an important 
linkage between toads in the San Diego River Basin (Unit 17) to the 
north and Cottonwood Creek Basin (Unit 19) to the south.
Subunit 18a
    Subunit 18a encompasses: (1) Approximately 26.6 mi (43 km) of the 
Sweetwater River from the top of Upper Green Valley in Cuyamaca Rancho 
State Park downstream to the top of Loveland Reservoir, (2) 
approximately 4.3 mi (7 km) of Viejas Creek from the western border of 
the Viejas Indian Reservation downstream to the confluence with the 
Sweetwater River, and (3) approximately 1.5 mi (2 km) of Peterson 
Canyon from just east of the Taylor Creek confluence downstream to the 
top of Loveland Reservoir. The subunit consists of 553 ac (224 ha) of 
Forest Service land, 1,554 ac (629 ha) of State land, and 2,049 ac (829 
ha) of private land. Subunit 18a contains the physical and biological 
features that are essential to the conservation of the species, 
including aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding activities 
(PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and dispersal 
activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological features essential to 
the conservation of the species in this subunit may require special 
management considerations or protection to address threats from 
vehicular traffic, including off- highway vehicular traffic; horse-
riding activities; nonnative predators; reservoir inundation; feral 
pigs; and direct mortality from trampling or dumping trash (Varanus 
Biological Services, Inc. 1999, p. 14; Mendelsohn et al. 2005, pp. 10-
11; Winter in litt. 2010).
Subunit 18c
    Subunit 18c encompasses approximately 5.8 mi (9.3 km) of the 
Sweetwater River from immediately below Loveland Dam downstream to just 
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proposed, Subunit 18c included a total of 627 ac (254 ha). Of these 
lands, we have now removed approximately 6 ac (2 ha), as we determined 
that these lands do not contain the physical or biological features 
essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad (see number 13 in 
Summary of Changes from the 2009 Proposed Rule To Revise Critical 
Habitat section above for a detailed discussion). The Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude from this final revised critical 
habitat designation, under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, portions of 
Subunit 18c totaling 152 ac (62 ha). The portion of Subunit 18c we are 
designating as critical habitat consists of 3 ac (1 ha) of San Diego 
National Wildlife Refuge land, 105 ac (42 ha) of State land, and 362 ac 
(146 ha) of private land. Subunit 18c contains the physical and 
biological features that are essential to the conservation of the 
species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding 
activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and 
dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the species in this subunit may 
require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from harmful water releases (based on timing or amount) from 
the Loveland Reservoir and gravel mining operations (Madden-Smith et 
al. 2003, pp. 15, 17).
    As indicated above, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 152 ac (62 ha) of Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay 
Nation Tribal Lands. This exclusion is based on our determination that 
the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion, and that 
exclusion of these areas will not result in extinction of the species 
(see Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Tribal Lands section 
below).
Unit 19: Cottonwood Creek Basin (14,344 ac (5,804 ha))
    Unit 19 is located in southern San Diego County and consists of 
five subunits totaling 190 ac (77 ha) of BLM land, 3,927 ac (1,588 ha) 
of Forest Service land, 1,476 ac (597 ha) of local government land, and 
8,751 ac (3,541 ha) of private land. This unit encompasses a large 
number of arroyo toad occurrences (Gergus 1992, in litt.; Varanus 
Biological Services, Inc. 1999, pp. 2-3; Gergus 2000, in litt.; CNDDB 
2008, EOs 20-22, 30, 40, 44, 63-65, 69, 79) in an area where in-stream 
and overland dispersal between populations likely still is possible and 
where there is room for population expansion. Additionally, this unit 
may function as an important linkage between toads in the Sweetwater 
River Basin (Unit 18) to the north and populations to the south in 
Mexico, as populations in this unit represent the most southern arroyo 
toad populations in the species' range within the United States.
Subunit 19a
    Subunit 19a encompasses: (1) Approximately 7 mi (11.2 km) of 
Cottonwood Creek from Buckman Springs (near Interstate 8) downstream to 
Morena Reservoir, (2) approximately 2.8 mi (4.5 km) of Morena Creek 
downstream to the Cottonwood Creek confluence, (3) approximately 0.5 mi 
(1 km) of an unnamed tributary of Morena Creek in section 35 (T16S, 
R04E) downstream to the confluence with Morena Creek, (4) approximately 
5 mi (8 km) of Kitchen Creek downstream to the Cottonwood Creek 
confluence, and (5) approximately 3.8 mi (6 km) of La Posta Creek 
downstream to the Cottonwood Creek confluence. As proposed, Subunit 19a 
included a total of 5,847 ac (2,366 ha). The Secretary is exercising 
his discretion to exclude from this final revised critical habitat 
designation, under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, portions of Subunit 19a 
totaling 31 ac (13 ha). The portion of Subunit 19a we are designating 
as critical habitat consists of 2,128 ac (861 ha) of Forest Service 
land, 1,476 ac (597 ha) of local government land, and 2,212 ac (895 ha) 
of private land. Subunit 19a contains the physical and biological 
features that are essential to the conservation of the species, 
including aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding activities 
(PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and dispersal 
activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological features essential to 
the conservation of the species in this subunit may require special 
management considerations or protection to address threats from 
grazing, recreational activities, and nonnative plants and predators 
(Ervin 2000, in litt.; TAIC 2005, p. 1; CNDDB 2008, EOs 20, 44, 69).
    As indicated above, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 31 ac (13 ha) within Camp Morena. This exclusion 
is based on our determination that the benefits of exclusion outweigh 
the benefits of inclusion and that exclusion of these areas will not 
result in extinction of the species (see Exclusions Under Section 
4(b)(2) of the Act--Impacts to National Security section below for a 
detailed discussion).
Subunit 19b
    Subunit 19b encompasses approximately 12.7 mi (20 km) of Cottonwood 
Creek from immediately below Barrett Lake downstream to the U.S.-Mexico 
border and includes 10.3 mi (17 km) of Potrero Creek from approximately 
the 2,466-ft (752-m) elevation benchmark downstream to the confluence 
with Cottonwood Creek. The subunit consists of 80 ac (32 ha) of Forest 
Service land, 129 ac (52 ha) of BLM land, and 4,921 ac (1,991 ha) of 
private land. Subunit 19b contains the physical and biological features 
that are essential to the conservation of the species, including 
aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, 
and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 
4). The physical and biological features essential to the conservation 
of the species in this subunit may require special management 
considerations or protection to address threats from grazing, and 
nonnative plants and predators (Ervin 1997, in litt.; TAIC 2005, pp. 1, 
3; CNDDB 2008, EOs 40, 64, 65, 79).
Subunit 19c
    Subunit 19c encompasses: (1) Approximately 7.6 mi (12 km) of Pine 
Valley Creek from the north edge of section 12 (T15S, R4E) downstream 
to approximately 0.6 mi (1 km) south of Interstate 8, (2) approximately 
0.6 mi (1 km) of Noble Creek downstream to the confluence with Pine 
Valley Creek, (3) approximately 2.4 mi (4 km) of Scove Canyon 
downstream to the confluence with Pine Valley Creek, and (4) 
approximately 1.3 mi (2 km) of an unnamed tributary upstream of Scove 
Canyon in sections 25 and 36 (T15S, R04E). The subunit consists of 809 
ac (327 ha) of Forest Service land and 703 ac (284 ha) of private land. 
Subunit 19c contains the physical and biological features that are 
essential to the conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat 
for breeding and non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland 
habitat for foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and 
biological features essential to the conservation of the species in 
this subunit may require special management considerations or 
protection to address threats from urbanization, vehicular traffic, and 
nonnative predators (Holland and Sisk 2001, p. 9; CNDDB 2008, EOs 21, 
22, 30).
Subunit 19d
    Subunit 19d encompasses approximately 8 mi (13 km) of Pine Valley 
Creek from the Nelson Canyon confluence downstream to Barrett Reservoir 
and approximately 1.6 mi (3 km) of Horsethief Canyon downstream

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to the confluence with Pine Valley Creek. The subunit consists of 910 
ac (368 ha) of Forest Service land and 28 ac (11 ha) of private land. 
Subunit 19d contains the physical and biological features that are 
essential to the conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat 
for breeding and non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland 
habitat for foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and 
biological features essential to the conservation of the species in 
this subunit may require special management considerations or 
protection to address threats from U.S. Border Patrol activities 
(Varanus Biological Services, Inc. 1999, p. 2).
Subunit 19e
    Subunit 19e encompasses approximately 4.4 mi (7 km) of Campo Creek 
from Campo Lake downstream to the U.S.-Mexico border. The subunit 
consists of 61 ac (25 ha) of BLM land and 889 ac (360 ha) of private 
land. Subunit 19e contains the physical and biological features that 
are essential to the conservation of the species, including aquatic 
habitat for breeding and non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and 
upland habitat for foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The 
physical and biological features essential to the conservation of the 
species in this subunit may require special management considerations 
or protection to address threats from fire management activities along 
the U.S.-Mexico border (LEI 2008, p. 2).

Desert Recovery Unit

    As described in the recovery plan (Service 1999, pp. 1-119), 
maintaining arroyo toad populations in the areas described by the 
following four unit descriptions is necessary to conserve the species 
in the desert recovery unit. Each of these units is isolated from each 
other and from any other recovery units, making the issues of 
inbreeding, fragmentation, and random negative impacts of great 
concern. However, this recovery unit also represents unique ecological 
conditions for arroyo toads, such as extremes in aridity, heat, and 
cold, and likely harbors important genetic diversity.
Unit 20: Upper Santa Ana River Basin/Cajon Wash (1,775 ac (718 ha))
    This unit is located in southwestern San Bernardino County and 
encompasses approximately 7.9 mi (13 km) of Cajon Wash from 
approximately 0.2 mi (0.3 km) north of United States Highway 138 
downstream to approximately 0.3 mi (0.5 km) northwest of the Interstate 
15 crossing. The unit consists of 711 ac (288 ha) of Forest Service 
land and 1,065 ac (431 ha) of private land. This unit supports a 
population that may represent some of the last vestiges of a much 
greater population that historically existed along the upper Santa Ana 
River Basin, but was almost entirely extirpated due to urbanization of 
the greater Los Angeles area. Therefore, this location is important to 
maintain the current geographic extent of the species. Unit 20 contains 
the physical and biological features that are essential to the 
conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and 
non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for 
foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological 
features essential to the conservation of the species in this unit may 
require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from recreational activities.
Unit 21: Little Rock Creek Basin (612 ac (248 ha))
    This unit is located in central Los Angeles County and encompasses: 
(1) Approximately 5.9 mi (9.5 km) of Little Rock Creek from the South 
Fork confluence downstream to the upper end of Little Rock Reservoir 
(in the vicinity of Rocky Point Picnic Ground), and (2) approximately 
1.1 mi (1.8 km) of Santiago Creek upstream from the confluence with 
Little Rock Creek in the Little Rock Creek Basin. The unit consists of 
612 ac (248 ha) of Forest Service land. This unit is on the periphery 
of the species' range in the Mojave Desert and geographically isolated 
from other known arroyo toad populations; therefore, it is important 
for maintaining the current geographic extent of the species. Unit 21 
contains the physical and biological features that are essential to the 
conservation of the species, including aquatic habitat for breeding and 
non-breeding activities (PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for 
foraging and dispersal activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological 
features essential to the conservation of the species in this unit may 
require special management considerations or protection to address 
threats from recreational activities.
Unit 22: Upper Mojave River Basin (5,602 ac (2,267 ha))
    This unit is located in San Bernardino County and consists of one 
subunit totaling 2,143 ac (867 ha) of Federal land, 47 ac (19 ha) of 
State land, and 3,412 ac (1,381 ha) of private land.
Subunit 22a
    Subunit 22a includes: (1) Approximately 9.3 mi (18 km) of Deep 
Creek from near Holcomb Creek downstream to the confluence with the 
West Fork; (2) approximately 4 mi (6 km) of Little Horsethief Creek 
upstream from its confluence with Horsethief Creek; (3) approximately 4 
mi (6 km) of Horsethief Creek from approximately 1 mi (1.6 km) above 
the Little Horsethief Creek confluence downstream to the West Fork 
confluence; (4) approximately 6 mi (10 km) of the West Fork of the 
Mojave River from Highway 173 downstream to Mojave River Forks Dam; (5) 
approximately 1 mi (1.6 km) of the Mojave River below Mojave River 
Forks Dam; (6) approximately 1.4 mi (2.2 km) of Grass Valley Creek 
upstream from the confluence with the West Fork; and (7) approximately 
2.8 mi (4.5 km) of Kinley Creek upstream from the Deep Creek 
confluence. Subunit 22a consists of 2,143 ac (867 ha) of Federal land, 
3,412 ac (1,381 ha) of private land, and 47 ac (19 ha) of State land. 
This subunit contains Summit Valley, which encompasses the lower 
portions of Horsethief Creek and the West Fork of the Mojave River, a 
broad, flat, alluvial valley that supports a substantial arroyo toad 
population (Ramirez 2003, pp. 16-17). Additionally, the downstream 
portion of this subunit contains the driest conditions of any unit 
proposed for arroyo toad critical habitat (Teale Data Center 1998, p. 
1; CIMS 2000, p. 1), Subunit 22a contains the physical and biological 
features that are essential to the conservation of the species, 
including aquatic habitat for breeding and non-breeding activities 
(PCEs 1, 2, and 3) and upland habitat for foraging and dispersal 
activities (PCE 4). The physical and biological features essential to 
the conservation of the species in this subunit may require special 
management considerations or protection to address threats from 
nonnative species, urban development, and recreation.
    Based on information submitted by Summit Valley Ranch during the 
initial public comment period from October 13, 2009, to December 14, 
2009, we removed approximately 82 ac (33 ha) of private land from 
Subunit 22a. The lands in question are located north of State Road 138 
on Summit Valley Ranch, San Bernardino County. We included this area in 
the proposed revised critical habitat designation because we believed 
it contained suitable upland habitat for arroyo toads; however, it has 
come to our attention that (1) surveys have never detected arroyo toads 
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lacks the PCEs for the arroyo toad, and (3) State Route 138 serves as a 
barrier for arroyo toads to disperse into the area. Consequently, we 
determined that the area north of State Route 138 does not contain the 
physical and biological features essential to the conservation of 
arroyo toads and therefore does not meet the definition of critical 
habitat for the arroyo toad.
    Additionally, we removed Subunit 22c (approximately 234 ac (915 
ha)) within Unit 22 from our revised critical habitat designation. 
Subunit 22c is within the geographical area occupied at the time of 
listing; however, this subunit was erroneously included in the proposed 
revised rule (74 FR 52612; October 13, 2009). Although we were not 
aware of this issue when we published the proposed rule, the existence 
of Cedar Springs Dam upstream of this subunit has altered the hydrology 
of the 1-mi (1.6-km) reach of the upper West Fork of the Mojave River 
above Silverwood Lake that extends to the upper end of the lake to such 
an extent that it does not contain the features essential to the 
conservation of the species and therefore does not meet the definition 
of critical habitat for the arroyo toad.
Unit 23: Whitewater River Basin
    We removed Unit 23 (approximately 1,355 ac (548 ha)) from the final 
revised critical habitat designation. This unit was erroneously 
included in the proposed revised rule (74 FR 52612; October 13, 2009). 
Following examination of data used to map Unit 23 in the proposed rule 
and discussions with species experts regarding identification records, 
we determined that these records are not arroyo toads and do not 
support a determination that this area meets the definition of critical 
habitat. Therefore, Unit 23 is not included in this final revised 
critical habitat rule.

Effects of Critical Habitat Designation

Section 7 Consultation

    Section 7(a)(2) of the Act requires Federal agencies, including the 
Service, to ensure that any action they fund, authorize, or carry out 
is not likely to jeopardize the continued existence of any endangered 
species or threatened species or result in the destruction or adverse 
modification of designated critical habitat of such species. In 
addition, section 7(a)(4) of the Act requires Federal agencies to 
confer with the Service on any agency action which is likely to 
jeopardize the continued existence of any species proposed to be listed 
under the Act or result in the destruction or adverse modification of 
proposed critical habitat.
    Decisions by the Fifth and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeal have 
invalidated our definition of ``destruction or adverse modification'' 
(50 CFR 402.02) (see Gifford Pinchot Task Force v. U.S. Fish and 
Wildlife Service, 378 F.3d 1059 (9th Cir. 2004) and Sierra Club v. U.S. 
Fish and Wildlife Service et al., 245 F.3d 434, 442F (5th Cir. 2001)), 
and we do not rely on this regulatory definition when analyzing whether 
an action is likely to destroy or adversely modify critical habitat. 
Under the statutory provisions of the Act, we determine destruction or 
adverse modification on the basis of whether, with implementation of 
the proposed Federal action, the affected critical habitat would remain 
functional (or retain the current ability for the PCEs to be 
functionally established) to serve its intended conservation role for 
the species. Section 7(a)(2) of the Act requires Federal agencies, 
including the Service, to evaluate their actions with respect to any 
species that is endangered or threatened and with respect to its 
critical habitat, if any is proposed or designated. Regulations 
implementing this interagency cooperation provision of the Act are 
codified at 50 CFR part 402.
    If a Federal action may affect a listed species or its critical 
habitat, the responsible Federal agency (action agency) must enter into 
consultation with us. Examples of actions that are subject to the 
section 7 consultation process are actions on State, tribal, local, or 
private lands that require a Federal permit (such as a permit from the 
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers under section 404 of the Clean Water Act 
(33 U.S.C. 1251 et seq.) or a permit from the Service under section 10 
of the Act) or that involve some other Federal action (such as funding 
from the Federal Highway Administration, Federal Aviation 
Administration, or the Federal Emergency Management Agency). Federal 
actions not affecting listed species or critical habitat, and actions 
on State, tribal, local, or private lands that are not federally funded 
or authorized, do not require section 7 consultation.
    As a result of this consultation, we document compliance with the 
requirements of section 7(a)(2) of the Act through our issuance of:
    (1) A concurrence letter for Federal actions that may affect, but 
are not likely to adversely affect, listed species or critical habitat; 
or
    (2) A biological opinion for Federal actions that may affect, and 
are likely to adversely affect, listed species or critical habitat.
    An exception to the concurrence process referred to in (1) above 
occurs in consultations involving National Fire Plan projects. In 2004, 
the Forest Service and the BLM reached agreements with the Service to 
streamline a portion of the section 7 consultation process (BLM-ACA 
2004, pp. 1-8; FS-ACA 2004, pp. 1-8). The agreements allow the Forest 
Service and the BLM the opportunity to make ``not likely to adversely 
affect'' determinations for projects implementing the National Fire 
Plan. Such projects include prescribed fire, mechanical fuels 
treatments (thinning and removal of fuels to prescribed objectives), 
emergency stabilization, burned area rehabilitation, road maintenance 
and operation activities, ecosystem restoration, and culvert 
replacement actions. The Forest Service and the BLM will insure staff 
is properly trained and both agencies will submit monitoring reports to 
the Service to determine if the procedures are being implemented 
properly and effects to endangered species and their habitats are being 
properly evaluated. As a result we do not believe the alternative 
consultation processes being implemented as a result of the National 
Fire Plan will differ significantly from those consultations being 
conducted by the Service.
    If we issue a biological opinion concluding that a project is 
likely to jeopardize the continued existence of a listed species and/or 
destroy or adversely modify critical habitat, we also provide 
reasonable and prudent alternatives to the project, if any are 
identifiable, that would avoid the likelihood of jeopardy and/or 
destruction or adverse modification of critical habitat. We define 
``reasonable and prudent alternatives'' at 50 CFR 402.02 as alternative 
actions identified during consultation that:
     Can be implemented in a manner consistent with the 
intended purpose of the action,
     Can be implemented consistent with the scope of the 
Federal agency's legal authority and jurisdiction,
     Are economically and technologically feasible, and
     Would, in the Director's opinion, avoid jeopardizing the 
continued existence of the listed species or destroying or adversely 
modifying critical habitat.
    Reasonable and prudent alternatives can vary from slight project 
modifications to extensive redesign or relocation of the project. Costs 
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reasonable and prudent alternative are similarly variable.
    Regulations at 50 CFR 402.16 require Federal agencies to reinitiate 
consultation on previously reviewed actions in instances where we have 
listed a new species or subsequently designated critical habitat that 
may be affected, and the Federal agency has retained discretionary 
involvement or control over the action (or the agency's discretionary 
involvement or control is authorized by law). Consequently, Federal 
agencies may sometimes need to request reinitiation of consultation 
with us on actions for which formal consultation has been completed, if 
those actions with discretionary involvement or control may affect 
subsequently listed species or designated critical habitat.

Application of the ``Adverse Modification'' Standard

    The key factor related to the adverse modification determination is 
whether, with implementation of the proposed Federal action, the 
affected critical habitat would continue to serve its intended 
conservation role for the species, or would retain its current ability 
for the PCEs to be functionally established. Activities that may 
destroy or adversely modify critical habitat are those that alter the 
physical and biological features (PCEs) to an extent that appreciably 
reduces the conservation value of critical habitat for the arroyo toad. 
As discussed above, the role of critical habitat is to support life-
history needs of the species and to provide for the conservation of the 
species.
    Section 4(b)(8) of the Act requires us to briefly evaluate and 
describe in any proposed or final regulation that designates critical 
habitat those activities involving a Federal action that may destroy or 
adversely modify such habitat, or that may be affected by such 
designation.
    Activities that, when carried out, funded, or authorized by a 
Federal agency, may adversely affect critical habitat and, therefore, 
should result in consultation for the arroyo toad include, but are not 
limited to, the following:
    (1) Actions that alter water chemistry or temperature. Such 
activities include, but are not limited to: Release of chemicals, 
biological pollutants, or heated effluents into the surface water or 
into connected groundwater at a point source or by dispersed release 
(non-point source). These activities can alter water conditions beyond 
the tolerances of the arroyo toad and result in direct or cumulative 
adverse effects to these individuals and their life cycles.
    (2) Actions that increase sediment deposition within the stream 
channel or disturb upland foraging and dispersal habitat. Such 
activities include, but are not limited to: Excessive sedimentation 
from livestock overgrazing, road construction, commercial or urban 
development, channel alteration, timber harvest, off-highway vehicle 
use or recreational activity, and other watershed and floodplain 
disturbances. These activities could eliminate or reduce the habitat 
necessary for the growth and reproduction of the arroyo toad by 
increasing the sediment deposition to levels that would adversely 
affect the arroyo toad's ability to complete its life cycles.
    (3) Actions that alter channel morphology or geometry. Such 
activities include, but are not limited to: Construction and operation 
of flood control and water diversion structures, such as dams and 
reservoirs that regulate stream flows and trap sediments, direct 
groundwater extraction, channelization, impoundment, road and bridge 
construction, development, mining, dredging, and destruction of 
riparian vegetation. These activities may lead to changes to the 
hydraulic functioning of the stream by altering the timing, duration, 
quantity and levels of water flows and may result in degradation or 
elimination of the arroyo toad and its habitat. These actions can also 
lead to increased sedimentation and degradation in water quality to 
levels that are beyond the tolerances of the arroyo toad and provide 
habitat for nonnative species that prey on arroyo toads.
    (4) Actions that eliminate upland foraging, aestivating, or 
dispersal habitat for the arroyo toad. Such activities include, but are 
not limited to: Road construction, commercial or urban development, 
timber harvest, off-highway vehicle use or recreational activity, and 
other watershed and floodplain disturbances. These actions could affect 
the species' habitat through erosion; siltation; soil compaction; water 
quality degradation from urban runoff containing contaminants, 
fertilizers, and pesticides; and the spread of introduced nonnative 
plants.
    (5) Actions that lead to introducing, spreading, or augmenting 
nonnative aquatic species in stream segments used by arroyo toad. 
Possible actions include, but are not limited to: Fish stocking for 
sport, nonnative aquatic plant species for aesthetics, or other related 
actions. These activities could affect the growth and reproduction of 
the arroyo toad by subjecting eggs, larvae, tadpoles, and adult arroyo 
toads to increased predation pressure or limit the amount of habitat 
available for the species through competition, which would adversely 
affect the arroyo toad's ability to complete its life cycle.
    Note that the scale of these activities is a crucial factor in 
determining whether, in any instance, they would directly or indirectly 
alter critical habitat to the extent that the value of the critical 
habitat would be appreciably diminished in providing for the physical 
or biological features essential to the conservation of the arroyo 
toad.
    We consider all of the final revised critical habitat units and 
subunits to contain features essential to the conservation of the 
arroyo toad. All units are within the geographical area occupied by the 
species at the time it was listed, and are currently occupied by arroyo 
toads. To ensure that their actions do not jeopardize the continued 
existence of the arroyo toad, Federal agencies already consult with us 
on activities in areas currently occupied by the arroyo toad, or in 
unoccupied areas if the species may be affected by their actions.

Exemptions

Application of Section 4(a)(3) of the Act

    The Sikes Act Improvement Act of 1997 (Sikes Act) (16 U.S.C. 670a) 
required each military installation that includes land and water 
suitable for the conservation and management of natural resources to 
complete an integrated natural resources management plan (INRMP) by 
November 17, 2001. An INRMP integrates implementation of the military 
mission of the installation with stewardship of the natural resources 
found on the base. Each INRMP includes:
    (1) An assessment of the ecological needs on the installation, 
including the need to provide for the conservation of listed species;
    (2) A statement of goals and priorities;
    (3) A detailed description of management actions to be implemented 
to provide for these ecological needs; and
    (4) A monitoring and adaptive management plan.
    Among other things, each INRMP must, to the extent appropriate and 
applicable, provide for fish and wildlife management; fish and wildlife 
habitat enhancement or modification; wetland protection, enhancement, 
and restoration where necessary to support fish and wildlife; and 
enforcement of applicable natural resource laws.

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    The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2004 (Pub. 
L. 108-136) amended the Act to limit areas eligible for designation as 
critical habitat. Specifically, section 4(a)(3)(B)(i) of the Act (16 
U.S.C. 1533(a)(3)(B)(i)) now provides: ``The Secretary shall not 
designate as critical habitat any lands or other geographical areas 
owned or controlled by the Department of Defense, or designated for its 
use, that are subject to an integrated natural resources management 
plan prepared under section 101 of the Sikes Act (16 U.S.C. 670a), if 
the Secretary determines in writing that such plan provides a benefit 
to the species for which critical habitat is proposed for 
designation.''
    We consult with the military on the development and implementation 
of INRMPs for installations with federally listed species. Any INRMPs 
developed by military installations located within the range of the 
arroyo toad and that contain those features essential to the species' 
conservation were to ensure they provided a benefit to the arroyo toad 
in order to allow us to determine if those military installations 
qualified for exemption under section 4(a)(3)(B) of the Act.
    Fort Hunter Liggett Military Reservation, Marine Corps Base Camp 
Pendleton (MCB Camp Pendleton), and Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach--
Detachment Fallbrook (Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station) have Service-
approved INRMPs that address the arroyo toad, and these DOD 
installations have committed to work closely with us and the CDFG to 
continually refine the existing INRMPs as part of the Sikes Act's INRMP 
review process. Based on the above considerations and rationales 
provided below, and in accordance with section 4(a)(3)(B)(i) of the 
Act, we have determined that conservation efforts identified in the 
INRMPs will provide a benefit to the arroyo toad occurring in habitats 
within or adjacent to these installations. Therefore, approximately 
19,706 ac (7,956 ha) of habitat subject to the Service-approved INRMPs 
on Fort Hunter Liggett Military Reservation, MCB Camp Pendleton, and 
Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station are exempt from this revised critical 
habitat designation for the arroyo toad under section 4(a)(3) of the 
Act. See the following individual military sections below for 
information on the history of the INRMPs and how each INRMP provides a 
benefit to arroyo toad and its habitat.
    Although Remote Training Site Warner Springs and Camp Morena had 
not completed the INRMP process by the time this critical habitat rule 
was finalized, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude 
lands within these military facilities under section 4(b)(2) of the Act 
for reasons of national security (see Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) 
of the Act--Impacts to National Security section below).
Fort Hunter Liggett Military Reservation
    Fort Hunter Liggett was established in 1940 as Hunter Liggett 
Military Reservation, when the Army purchased lands belonging to 
William Randolph Hearst and other private landowners. The installation 
was used intensively to prepare troops for World War II, the Korean and 
Vietnam conflicts, and the Cold War; as a training ground for the 7th 
Infantry Division formerly stationed at Fort Ord; and as a Test and 
Experimentation Command Center. Fort Hunter Liggett occupies 
approximately 163,000 ac (66,000 ha) of varied habitats within the 
Santa Lucia Mountains in southern Monterey County, California. 
Currently, the installation is used for training by the 40th Mechanized 
Infantry Division of the California Army National Guard; reserve units 
from several branches of the Armed Forces; active components of the 
Army Rangers, Special Forces, Navy Seabees, and Marines; and other 
government agencies.
    The Fort Hunter Liggett INRMP is a planning document that guides 
the management and conservation of natural resources under the 
installation's control. The INRMP was prepared to ensure that natural 
resources are managed in support of the Fort Hunter Liggett military 
training mission and that all activities are consistent with Federal 
stewardship requirements. The Fort Hunter Liggett INRMP was completed 
in 2005, followed by a revised and updated version in 2007, to address 
conservation and management of its natural resources, including 
conservation measures for the arroyo toad (U.S. Army Reserve Command 
2007, pp. 171-174). The INRMP is Fort Hunter Liggett's adaptive plan 
for managing natural resources to support and be consistent with the 
military mission while protecting and enhancing the biological 
integrity of lands under its use (U.S. Army 2004, p. iv). Fort Hunter 
Liggett is committed to an ecosystem management approach for its 
natural resources program by integrating all components of natural 
resource management into a comprehensive and coordinated effort. An 
integrated approach to ecosystem management will help protect the 
biological diversity found at Fort Hunter Liggett.
    The INRMP identifies the following management and protection 
measures for the arroyo toad: (1) Implement monitoring that will meet 
the Service's criteria to demonstrate population status of arroyo toads 
on Fort Hunter Liggett; (2) reduce public and military vehicle 
encroachment into sandy riverine habitat, particularly during the 
breeding season for the arroyo toad; (3) minimize adverse effects to 
arroyo toads from roads and borrow sites (sites where soil and other 
material is removed for construction purposes); (4) gain an 
understanding of the timing of arroyo toad upland use, extent of upland 
use and distance traveled from breeding sites, characteristics of 
preferred upland habitat to include micro- and macro-habitats and 
substrate of burrowing sites, and use of rodent burrows; (5) identify 
threat posed by noxious weeds and reduce noxious weed presence to 
improve native habitat and site diversity; (6) obtain geomorphology 
information that will provide a foundation for development of 
management strategies for arroyo toad habitat and a better idea of 
habitat sustainability for arroyo toads; (7) identify the threats posed 
by nonnative beavers in the San Antonio River in arroyo toad breeding 
habitat and outlying areas and implement control if threats warrant; 
(8) reduce bullfrog abundance in areas most likely to benefit arroyo 
toads; (9) prevent introduction and spread of disease at Fort Hunter 
Liggett; (10) maintain a viable population of arroyo toads and suitable 
habitat on Fort Hunter Liggett; (11) evaluate current management goals 
and actions and adapt to meet species management requirements; (12) 
integrate species management and conservation with Fort Hunter Liggett 
training and maintenance activities; (13) provide for adaptive 
management in accordance with the Fort Hunter Liggett INRMP; and (14) 
monitor mortality in order to augment the Service's ability to 
determine effects of Fort Hunter Liggett activities on arroyo toad and 
identify mortality factors at Fort Hunter Liggett.
    Based on the above considerations, and in accordance with section 
4(a)(3)(B)(i) of the Act, we have determined that conservation efforts 
identified in the 2005 INRMP and 2007 updated INRMP for Fort Hunter 
Liggett provide a benefit to the arroyo toad and features essential to 
its conservation, and will benefit arroyo toads occurring in habitats 
on the installation. This includes habitat located in the Salinas River 
Basin (Service 1999, p. 14). Therefore, lands subject to the INRMP for 
the Fort Hunter Liggett Military Reservation are exempt from critical 
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including approximately 6,453 ac (2,612 ha) of habitat in this final 
revised critical habitat designation because of this exemption.
Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Pendleton
    MCB Camp Pendleton is the Marine Corps' premier amphibious training 
installation and its only west coast amphibious assault training 
center. The installation has been conducting air, sea, and ground 
assault training since World War II. MCB Camp Pendleton occupies over 
125,000 ac (50,586 ha) of coastal southern California in the northwest 
corner of San Diego County. Aside from nearly 10,000 ac (4,047 ha) that 
is developed, most of the installation is largely undeveloped land that 
is used for training. MCB Camp Pendleton is situated between two major 
metropolitan areas: Los Angeles, 82 miles (132 kilometers) to the 
north, and San Diego, 38 miles (61 kilometers) to the south. Nearby 
communities include Oceanside to the south, Fallbrook to the east, and 
San Clemente to the northwest. Aside from a portion of the 
installation's border that is shared with the San Mateo Wilderness Area 
and the Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station, surrounding land use is urban 
development, rural residential development, and agricultural farming 
and ranching. The largest single leaseholder on the installation is 
California State Parks, which includes a 50-year real estate lease 
granted on September 1, 1971, for 2,000 ac (809 ha) that encompasses 
San Onofre State Beach.
    The MCB Camp Pendleton INRMP is a planning document that guides the 
management and conservation of natural resources under the 
installation's control. The INRMP was prepared to assist installation 
staff and users in their efforts to conserve and rehabilitate natural 
resources consistent with the use of MCB Camp Pendleton to train 
Marines and set the agenda for managing natural resources on MCB Camp 
Pendleton. MCB Camp Pendleton completed its INRMP in 2001, followed by 
a revised and updated version in 2007 to address conservation and 
management recommendations within the scope of the installation's 
military mission, including conservation measures for the arroyo toad 
(MCB Camp Pendleton 2007, Appendix F, Section F.1, pp. F1-F5). 
Additionally, according to the 2007 INRMP, California State Parks is 
required to conduct its natural resources management consistent with 
the philosophies and supportive of the objectives of the revised 2007 
INRMP (MCB Camp Pendleton 2007, Chapter 2, p. 31).
    The arroyo toad receives programmatic protection from training and 
other installation activities within the riparian component of its 
habitat, as outlined and required in the Riparian Ecosystem 
Conservation Plan (MCB Camp Pendleton 2007, Appendix C). Management and 
protection measures for the arroyo toad identified in Appendix C of the 
INRMP include, but are not limited to, the following: (1) Eliminating 
nonnative, invasive species (such as Arundo donax) on the installation 
and off the installation in partnership with upstream landowners to 
enhance ecosystem value; (2) providing viable riparian corridors and 
promoting connectivity of native riparian habitats; (3) maintaining 
natural floodplain processes and extent of these areas by avoiding and 
minimizing further permanent loss of floodplain habitats; (4) 
maintaining to the extent practicable stream and river flows needed to 
support riparian habitat; (5) monitoring and maintaining groundwater 
levels and basin withdrawals to avoid loss and degradation of habitat 
quality; (6) restoring areas to their original condition after 
disturbance, such as following project construction or fire damage; and 
(7) promoting increased arroyo toad populations in watersheds through 
perpetuation of natural ecosystem processes and programmatic 
instruction application for avoidance and minimization of impacts (MCB 
Camp Pendleton 2007, Appendix C, pp. C5-C8).
    Current environmental regulations and restrictions apply to all 
endangered and threatened species on the installation (including the 
arroyo toad) and are provided to all users of ranges and training areas 
to guide activities and protect the species and its habitat. First, 
specific conservation measures are applied to arroyo toad and its 
habitat that include: (1) Controlling nonnative animal species (such as 
bullfrogs) and nonnative plant species (such as Arundo donax and 
Rorippa spp. (watercress)); and (2) restricting military-related 
traffic use within riparian areas to existing roads, trails, and 
crossings. Second, MCB Camp Pendleton's environmental security staff 
reviews projects and enforces existing regulations and orders that, 
through their implementation, avoid and minimize impacts to natural 
resources, including the arroyo toad and its habitat. Third, MCB Camp 
Pendleton provides training to personnel on environmental awareness for 
sensitive resources on the base, including the arroyo toad and its 
habitat. As a result of these regulations and restrictions, activities 
occurring on MCB Camp Pendleton are currently conducted in a manner 
that minimizes impacts to arroyo toad habitat.
    MCB Camp Pendleton's INRMP also benefits the arroyo toad through 
ongoing monitoring and research efforts. The installation conducts 
annual monitoring to track arroyo toad populations and has conducted a 
study to examine arroyo toad use of habitat dominated by Arundo donax 
(although analysis of this study is not yet complete). Data are 
provided to all necessary personnel through MCB Camp Pendleton's GIS 
database on sensitive resources and in their published resource atlas. 
Additionally, MCB Camp Pendleton collaborated with the U.S. Geological 
Survey's Biological Resources Division to develop and implement a 
rigorous, science-based monitoring protocol for arroyo toad populations 
throughout the installation, including surveying for presence of eggs 
and larvae (Atkinson et al. 2003, pp. 4-5).
    We are consulting with the Marine Corps under section 7 of the Act 
to programmatically address potential upland impacts to the arroyo toad 
(and several other species) as a result of military training and other 
activities on MCB Camp Pendleton. Upon completion of this consultation, 
we expect additional measures that benefit the arroyo toad will be 
incorporated into the INRMP for MCB Camp Pendleton. This consultation 
is currently in progress, and we did not rely on any proposed measures 
in our consideration of the INRMP under section 4(a)(3)(B) of the Act. 
However, upland habitat conservation measures being considered include, 
but are not limited to: (1) Implementing programmatic measures to avoid 
and minimize impacts to upland habitats adjacent to riparian habitats 
occupied by arroyo toads, and (2) compensating for impacts to upland 
habitats used by arroyo toads by implementing ongoing installation-wide 
upland habitat enhancement programs (such as nonnative vegetation 
control, erosion control, and upland habitat restoration).
    Based on the above considerations, and in accordance with section 
4(a)(3)(B)(i) of the Act, we have determined that conservation efforts 
identified in the 2007 INRMP for MCB Camp Pendleton provide a benefit 
to the arroyo toad and its habitat. This includes habitat located in 
the following areas: San Mateo Creek, San Onofre Creek, and Santa 
Margarita River Basins (names of areas used follow those used in the 
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25-27)). Therefore, lands subject to the INRMP for MCB Camp Pendleton, 
which includes the lands leased from the Department of Defense by other 
parties, are exempt from critical habitat designation under section 
4(a)(3)(B) of the Act, and we are not including approximately 13,030 ac 
(5,273 ha) of habitat in this final revised critical habitat 
designation because of this exemption.
Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach--Detachment Fallbrook (Fallbrook Naval 
Weapons Station)
    The Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, Detachment Fallbrook 
(Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station), is the primary west coast supply 
point of ordnance for the U.S. Marine Corps and the large deck 
amphibious assault ships of the Pacific Fleet. The Fallbrook Naval 
Weapons Station also has the only west coast maintenance facility for 
air-launched missiles for the Pacific Fleet. The installation 
encompasses approximately 8,852 acres (3,582 ha) and is located within 
the southern foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains of northern San Diego 
County, adjacent to the city of Fallbrook, California. It is bounded to 
the north, west, and much of the south by MCB Camp Pendleton, with the 
Santa Margarita River forming the common border on the north between 
the two properties. Other than training lands on MCB Camp Pendleton, 
surrounding land use includes semi-rural agricultural lands that 
include plant nurseries, avocado and citrus groves, vineyards, and 
limited urban development.
    The Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station INRMP is a planning document 
that guides the management and conservation of natural resources under 
the installation's control. The INRMP was prepared to assist 
installation staff and users in their efforts to support mission 
operations and accommodate increased military mission requirements for 
national security and emergency homeland security, while meeting all 
environmental compliance responsibilities. The INRMP also provides 
ecosystem-based management to preserve, protect, and enhance natural 
resources on the installation, and provides the organizational support 
and communication links necessary for effective planning, 
implementation, and administration of the installation's natural 
resources. The Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station completed its INRMP in 
2006 (which was updated from an INRMP developed by the Naval Ordnance 
Center Pacific Division in 1996) to address conservation and management 
of its natural resources, including conservation measures for the 
arroyo toad (Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station 2006, Chapter 3, pp. 108-
110).
    The arroyo toad primarily receives protection from installation 
activities because no training occurs on the installation, and 
maintenance and potential development activities typically do not occur 
in arroyo toad habitat due to the steep sloping topography along the 
Santa Margarita River that immediately surrounds the suitable habitat. 
However, some impacts could occur associated with activities (such as 
fuel break grading, fire management, and possible infrastructure) that 
may impact the arroyo toad and thus require implementation of specified 
protection measures. The INRMP identifies the following management and 
protection measures for the arroyo toad: (1) Avoidance and minimization 
measures, applied to infrastructure development and maintenance to 
protect the arroyo toad, that are part of the National Environmental 
Policy Act (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.) approval process; (2) placement of 
riparian filter strip and buffer along firebreaks that lead into 
riparian zones where arroyo toads may be active; (3) avoidance of 
firebreak maintenance and fire suppression activities (where possible); 
(4) avoidance of discing for firebreaks leading to the Santa Margarita 
River during arroyo toad dispersal periods; (5) implementation of 
erosion and sediment control; (6) timing and location protections 
associated with prescribed burns; (7) implementation of nonnative 
vegetation control measures, including removal of Arundo donax; (8) 
implementation of standardized survey methods; (9) evaluation and 
control of nonnative bullfrogs; and (10) implementation of long-term 
monitoring activities, including upland sites (Fallbrook Naval Weapons 
Station 2006, Chapter 3, pp. 108-110).
    The ongoing monitoring efforts outlined in the INRMP (as listed 
above) include surveys of sites at two or more locations along the 
Santa Margarita River, which includes upland surveys conducted every 5 
years, offset from breeding surveys by 2 years. Surveys are also 
conducted after major alteration of the flow regime (natural or 
anthropogenic). Finally, the installation conducts annual monitoring to 
track arroyo toad populations as part of the fire plan activities, with 
survey data available since 2001 (Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station 2006, 
Chapter 3, p. 109).
    Environmental regulations and restrictions apply to all endangered 
and threatened species on the installation (including the arroyo toad) 
and are provided to all users of the installation to guide activities 
and protect the species and its habitat (Fallbrook Naval Weapons 
Station 2006, Chapter 5, p. 25). Biennial meetings are held with the 
Service to evaluate all management items associated with endangered and 
threatened species, including the arroyo toad.
    Based on the above considerations, and in accordance with section 
4(a)(3)(B)(i) of the Act, we have determined that conservation efforts 
identified in the 2006 INRMP for the Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station 
provide a benefit to the arroyo toad, and will benefit arroyo toads 
occurring on the installation, which includes habitat located in the 
Santa Margarita River Basin (as identified in the recovery plan 
(Service 1999, pp. 26-27)). Therefore, lands subject to the INRMP for 
the Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station are exempt from critical habitat 
designation under section 4(a)(3)(B) of the Act, and we are not 
including approximately 223 ac (90 ha) of habitat in this final revised 
critical habitat designation because of this exemption.

Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act

    Section 4(b)(2) of the Act states that the Secretary must designate 
and make revisions to critical habitat on the basis of the best 
available scientific data after taking into consideration the economic 
impact, national security impact, and any other relevant impact of 
specifying any particular area as critical habitat. The Secretary may 
exclude an area from critical habitat if he determines that the 
benefits of such exclusion outweigh the benefits of specifying such 
area as part of the critical habitat, unless he determines, based on 
the best scientific data available, that the failure to designate such 
area as critical habitat will result in the extinction of the species. 
In making that determination, the statute on its face, as well as the 
legislative history, are clear that the Secretary has broad discretion 
regarding which factor(s) to use and how much weight to give to any 
factor.
    In the following paragraphs, we address a number of general issues 
that are relevant to our analysis under section 4(b)(2) of the Act.
    Under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, we may exclude an area from 
designated critical habitat based on economic impacts, impacts on 
national security, or any other relevant impacts. In considering 
whether to exclude a particular area from the designation, we must 
identify the benefits of including the area in the designation, 
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benefits of excluding the area from the designation, and evaluate 
whether the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion. 
If our analysis indicates that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the 
benefits of inclusion, the Secretary may exercise his discretion to 
exclude the area only if such exclusion would not result in the 
extinction of the species.
    When considering the benefits of inclusion for an area, we consider 
the additional regulatory benefits that area would receive from the 
protection from adverse modification or destruction as a result of 
actions with a Federal nexus; the educational benefits of mapping 
essential habitat for recovery of the listed species; implementation of 
an existing conservation plan; and any benefits that may result from a 
designation due to State or Federal laws that may apply to critical 
habitat. The designation of critical habitat may strengthen or 
reinforce some of the provisions in other State and Federal laws, such 
as the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) or the National 
Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). These laws analyze the potential for 
projects to significantly affect the environment. Critical habitat may 
signal the presence of sensitive habitat that could otherwise be missed 
in the review process for these other environmental laws.
    When considering the benefits of exclusion, we consider, among 
other things, whether exclusion of a specific area is likely to result 
in long-term conservation; the continuation, strengthening, or 
encouragement of partnerships that result in conservation of listed 
species; or implementation of a management plan that provides equal or 
more conservation that a critical habitat designation would provide.
    When we evaluate a conservation plan, we consider a variety of 
factors, including but not limited to, whether the plan is finalized; 
how it provides for the conservation of the essential physical and 
biological features; whether there is a reasonable expectation that the 
conservation management strategies and actions contained in a 
management plan will be implemented into the future; whether the 
conservation strategies in the plan are likely to be effective; and 
whether the plan contains a monitoring program or adaptive management 
to ensure that the conservation measures are effective and can be 
adapted in the future in response to new information.
    After identifying the benefits of inclusion and the benefits of 
exclusion, we carefully weigh the two sides to determine whether the 
benefits of exclusion outweigh those of inclusion. If our analysis 
indicates that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of 
inclusion, we then determine whether exclusion would result in 
extinction. If exclusion of an area from critical habitat will result 
in extinction, we will not exclude it from the designation.
    In the case of the arroyo toad, based on the detailed analyses 
presented below, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude 
the following areas from this final revised critical habitat 
designation:
    (1) Tribal lands or trust resources on the following reservations: 
Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians; Pala Band of 
Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians; Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation; the 
Barona Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians and the Viejas 
(Baron Long) Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians, which 
jointly manage the Capitan Grande Band of Diegueno Mission Indians 
Reservation (Capitan Grande Reservation); and Mesa Grande Band of 
Diegueno Mission Indians.
    (2) Federal lands leased by the U.S. Navy for Remote Training Site 
Warner Springs and Camp Morena. Because Remote Training Site Warner 
Springs and Camp Morena are part of Naval Base Coronado, they are 
included in a 2009 update to the Naval Base Coronado INRMP, which 
identifies measures that the Navy is currently implementing to provide 
conservation benefits to the arroyo toad. As the 2009 update to the 
INRMP is still being reviewed by the Service and is not yet approved, 
these lands are not exempt under section 4(a)(3) of the Act. Thus, 
these lands were considered for exclusion under section 4(b)(2) of the 
Act.
    (3) Certain lands covered by three completed HCPs for the arroyo 
toad, including the following: Western Riverside County MSHCP, the 
Orange County Southern Subregion HCP, and the Orange County Central--
Coastal NCCP/HCP. No HCPs or conservation plans covering the species in 
the proposed critical habitat areas have been approved since the 
publication of the proposed revised designation in the Federal Register 
on October 13, 2009 (74 FR 52612).
    (4) Certain lands in conservation easement owned and managed by the 
Newhall Land and Farming Company for the conservation of the arroyo 
toad.

Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Other Relevant Impacts

    Under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, we consider any other relevant 
impacts, in addition to economic impacts and impacts on national 
security. We consider a number of factors including whether the 
landowners have developed any HCPs or other management plans for the 
area, or whether there are conservation partnerships that would be 
encouraged by designation of, or exclusion from, critical habitat. In 
addition, we look at any tribal issues, and consider the government-to-
government relationship of the United States with tribal entities. We 
also consider any social impacts that might occur because of the 
designation.

Benefits of Excluding Lands with HCPs

    The benefits of excluding lands with approved HCPs from critical 
habitat designation, such as HCPs that cover listed plant species, 
include relieving landowners, communities, and counties of any 
additional regulatory burden that might be imposed as a result of the 
critical habitat designation. Many HCPs take years to develop, and upon 
completion, are consistent with the recovery objectives for listed 
species that are covered within the plan area. Many conservation plans 
also provide conservation benefits to unlisted sensitive species.
    A related benefit of excluding lands covered by approved HCPs from 
critical habitat designation is the unhindered, continued ability it 
gives us to seek new partnerships with future plan participants, 
including States, counties, local jurisdictions, conservation 
organizations, and private landowners, which together can implement 
conservation actions that we would be unable to accomplish otherwise. 
Habitat conservation plans often cover a wide range of species, 
including listed plant species and species that are not State or 
federally listed and would otherwise receive little protection from 
development. By excluding these lands, we preserve our current 
partnerships and encourage additional conservation actions in the 
future.
    We also note that permit issuance in association with HCP 
applications requires consultation under section 7(a)(2) of the Act, 
which would include the review of the effects of all HCP-covered 
activities that might adversely impact the species under a jeopardy 
standard, including possibly significant habitat modification (see 
definition of ``harm'' at 50 CFR 17.3), even without the critical 
habitat designation. In addition, all other Federal actions that may 
affect the listed species would still require consultation under 
section 7(a)(2) of the Act, and we would review these actions for 
possibly significant habitat modification in accordance with the 
definition of harm referenced above.
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following discussions of exclusions of HCP lands under section 
(4)(b)(2) of the Act. The arroyo toad is covered under the Western 
Riverside County MSHCP, the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP, and 
the Orange County Central--Coastal NCCP/HCP.
    Other conservation or management plans considered in the following 
discussions of exclusions include the 2002 Naval Base Coronado INRMP 
that is being revised for Remote Training Site Warner Springs and Camp 
Morena; tribal land management for arroyo toads by Rincon Band of 
Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians, Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission 
Indians, Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, the Barona Group of 
Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians and the Viejas (Baron Long) 
Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians, which jointly manage 
the Capitan Grande Band of Diegueno Mission Indians Reservation 
(Capitan Grande Reservation), and Mesa Grande Band of Diegueno Mission 
Indians; and non-Federal lands managed by the Newhall Land and Farming 
Company.
    The areas for which the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude under section 4(b)(2) of the Act are listed in Table 3 below 
and described in detail in the following sections. Below are brief 
descriptions of each plan and lands excluded from critical habitat 
covered by each plan. Additional details on these areas can be found in 
the proposed rule (74 FR 52612; October 13, 2009).

Table 3--Areas Being Excluded Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act From This
                  Revised Critical Habitat Designation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                    Area excluded under  Section 4(b)(2)
           Unit/subunit                          of the Act
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                    Newhall Land and Farming Company
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Subunit 6b. [Upper Santa Clara     330 ac (134 ha)
 River Basin].
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                     Western Riverside County MSHCP
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unit 9. [San Jacinto River Basin]  14 ac (6 ha)
Unit 13. [Upper Santa Margarita    275 ac (112 ha)
 River Basin].
                                  --------------------------------------
    Subtotal Western Riverside     289 ac (118 ha)
     County MSHCP.
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unit 8. [Lower Santa Ana River     1,259 ac (508 ha)
 Basin].
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  Orange County Southern Subregion HCP
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Subunit 10a. [San Juan Creek       1,632 ac (660 ha)
 Basin].
Subunit 10b. [San Juan Creek       509 ac (206 ha)
 Basin].
Subunit 11a. [San Mateo Creek      39 ac (16 ha)
 Basin].
                                  --------------------------------------
    Subtotal for Orange County     2,179 ac (882 ha)
     Southern Subregion HCP.
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                              Tribal Lands
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unit 14. [Lower and Middle San     2,733 ac (1,103 ha)
 Luis Rey River Basin], Rincon
 Reservation, Pala Reservation.
Subunit 16d. [Santa Ysabel Creek   23 ac (9 ha)
 Basin], Mesa Grande Reservation.
Subunit 17a. [San Diego River      92 ac (37 ha)
 Basin/San Vicente Creek],
 Capitan Grande Reservation.
Subunit 18c. [Sweetwater River     152 ac (62 ha)
 Basin], Sycuan Reservation and
 future reservation land.
                                  --------------------------------------
    Subtotal for Tribes..........  3,000 ac (1,214 ha)
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                             Military Lands
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unit 15. [Upper San Luis Rey       4,609 ac (1,865 ha)
 River Basin], Remote Training
 Site Warner Springs.
Subunit 19a. [Cottonwood Creek     31 ac (13 ha)
 Basin], Camp Morena.
                                  --------------------------------------
    Subtotal for Military Lands..  4,640 ac (1,878 ha)
                                  --------------------------------------
      Total......................  11,697 ac (4,734 ha)*
------------------------------------------------------------------------
* Values in this table may not sum due to rounding.

Newhall Land and Farming Company (Newhall LFC) Natural River Management 
Plan

    In the October 13, 2009, proposed revised critical habitat 
designation (74 FR 52612), we erroneously reported that Subunit 6b 
consists of 159 ac (65 ha) of Federal land and 1,995 ac (807 ha) of 
private land. In actuality, in the proposed rule Subunit 6b should have 
been described as consisting only of 1,995 ac (807 ha) of private land 
owned by the Newhall Land and Farming Company (Newhall LFC).
    We determined that approximately 1,003 ac (405 ha) of land in 
Subunit 6b owned by Newhall LFC meet the definition of critical habitat 
under the Act. In making our final decision with regard to these lands, 
we considered several factors, including our relationships with the 
landowner and other stakeholders, conservation measures and management 
that are in place on these lands, and impacts to current and future 
partnerships. Under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, for the reasons 
discussed in the following sections, the Secretary is exercising his 
discretion to exclude 330 ac (133 ha) of land

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conserved and managed by Newhall LFC within Subunit 6b from this final 
revised critical habitat designation. The Secretary is declining to 
exercise his discretion to exclude 672 ac (272 ha) of Newhall LFC lands 
within Subunit 6b in this final revised critical habitat designation. 
As described in our analysis below, this conclusion was reached after 
considering the relevant impacts of specifying the area as critical 
habitat.
    Newhall LFC developed the Natural River Management Plan (NRMP) 
(Valencia Company 1998) for the long-term conservation and management 
of the biological resources within their lands, including the arroyo 
toad and its habitat; the NRMP was approved by the U.S. Army Corps of 
Engineers and CDFG in 1998. The NRMP provides management measures 
designed to protect, restore, monitor, manage, and enhance habitat for 
multiple species, including the arroyo toad, that occur along the 
mainstem of the Santa Clara River, Castaic Creek, and San Francisquito 
Creek including the portion within Subunit 6b. Protective measures for 
arroyo toad habitat in the NRMP include: (1) The creation of new 
riverbed areas, including planting wetland mitigation sites; (2) 
revegetation of riparian areas; (3) removal of invasive plants such as 
giant reed (Arundo donax) and tamarisk (Tamarix sp.); (4) protecting 
wetlands from urban runoff by establishing a revegetated upland buffer 
between developed areas and the River; (5) implementing a Drainage 
Quality Management Plan with Best Management Practices to ensure water 
quality within the River corridor; and (6) implementing the biological 
mitigation measures for the Newhall Ranch Specific Plan that includes 
restricting pets and off-road vehicles from the area and restricting 
access to the River corridor by limiting hiking and biking to the River 
trail system.
    Of particular importance to the conservation of the arroyo toad and 
its habitat under the NRMP is the inclusion of substantial conservation 
easements, which when completed will protect almost all of the arroyo 
toad's breeding habitat and riparian river corridor on Newhall LFC 
lands and will eventually total 1,201 ac (486 ha). At the present time, 
Newhall LFC has finalized the placing of a conservation easement on 541 
ac (219 ha) over portions of the Santa Clara River corridor and Castaic 
Creek, of which 330 ac (133 ha) were within proposed revised critical 
habitat in proposed Subunit 6b. This conservation easement has been 
conveyed to CDFG and will be conserved and managed under the NRMP. An 
additional conservation easement of 330 ac (133 ha) covering the Santa 
Clara River corridor and San Francisquito Creek is awaiting approval by 
CDFG, and 330 (133 ha) acres west of Interstate 5 along the Santa Clara 
River and Castaic Creek will be part of future easement dedications to 
CDFG. Ultimately, these easements will extend along every river mile of 
Castaic Creek, San Francisquito Creek, and the Santa Clara River within 
Subunit 6b (Valencia Company 1998).
    The 330 ac (133 ha) of the conservation easement within proposed 
Subunit 6b boundaries that has already been conveyed to the CDFG over 
portions of the Santa Clara River corridor and Castaic Creek will 
ensure that arroyo toad habitat within the easement will remain in a 
natural condition in perpetuity. Use of the easement is limited to the 
preservation and enhancement of native species and their habitats, 
including the arroyo toad and its habitat. Based on the placement of 
the conservation easement, the physical and biological features that 
are essential to the conservation of the species, including breeding 
pools in low-gradient stream segments with sandy substrates (PCEs 1 and 
2), seasonal flood flows (PCE 3), and riparian habitat and upland 
benches for foraging and dispersal (PCE 4), are protected along Castaic 
Creek and the mainstem of the Santa Clara River within proposed Subunit 
6b. This conservation easement provides greater protection of crucial 
arroyo toad breeding and foraging habitat in this area than could be 
gained through the designation of critical habitat. Additionally, we 
have already completed section 7 consultation on the effects of the 
NRMP on the arroyo toad and found that it would not jeopardize the 
continued existence of the species.
    In summary, the conservation easement under the NRMP provides 
permanent protection to approximately 330 ac (133 ha), or 33 percent, 
of Newhall LFC lands within proposed Subunit 6b. Approximately 672 ac 
(272 ha), or 67 percent, of Newhall LFC lands in Subunit 6b are not 
currently conserved and managed.
    Below is an analysis of the relative benefits of inclusion and 
exclusion of 330 ac (133 ha) in Subunit 6b for which the Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude from this final revised critical 
habitat designation.
Benefits of Inclusion--Newhall LFC Natural River Management Plan
    The principal benefit of including an area in a critical habitat 
designation is the requirement of Federal agencies to ensure actions 
they fund, authorize, or carry out are not likely to result in the 
destruction or adverse modification of any designated critical habitat, 
the regulatory standard of section 7(a)(2) of the Act under which 
consultation is completed. Federal agencies must consult with the 
Service on actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid 
destroying or adversely modifying critical habitat. Federal agencies 
must also consult with us on actions that may affect a listed species 
and refrain from undertaking actions that are likely to jeopardize the 
continued existence of such species. The analysis of effects to 
critical habitat is a separate and different analysis from that of the 
effects to the species. Therefore, the difference in outcomes of these 
two analyses represents the regulatory benefit of critical habitat. For 
some species (including the arroyo toad), and in some locations, the 
outcome of these analyses will be similar, because effects to habitat 
will often also result in effects to the species. However, the 
regulatory standard is different, as the jeopardy analysis investigates 
the action's impact to survival and recovery of the species, while the 
adverse modification analysis investigates the action's effects to the 
designated habitat's contribution to conservation. This will, in many 
instances, lead to different results and different regulatory 
requirements. Thus, critical habitat designations may provide greater 
benefits to the recovery of a species than would listing alone.
    Any protections provided by critical habitat that are redundant 
with protections already in place reduce the benefits of inclusion in 
critical habitat. The consultation provisions under section 7(a)(2) of 
the Act constitute the regulatory benefits of designating lands as 
critical habitat. As discussed above, Federal agencies must consult 
with us on actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid 
destroying or adversely modifying critical habitat. Critical habitat 
may provide a regulatory benefit for the arroyo toad when there is a 
Federal nexus present for a project that might adversely modify 
critical habitat. Specifically, we expect projects in wetland areas 
would require a 404 permit under the Clean Water Act from the U.S. Army 
Corps of Engineers. Therefore, critical habitat will have an additional 
regulatory benefit to the conservation of the arroyo toad by 
prohibiting adverse modification of habitat essential to the 
conservation of this species. Approximately 33 percent of lands we 
proposed for designation within Subunit 6b are conserved and

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managed under Newhall LFC's NRMP and associated conservation easement; 
therefore, Federal actions that could adversely affect the arroyo toad 
or its habitat are unlikely to occur in these areas. If such actions do 
occur, it is likely that the protections provided the species and its 
habitat under section 7(a)(2) of the Act would be largely redundant 
with the protections offered by the NRMP and conservation easement. 
Thus, we expect the regulatory benefit of including these areas in 
critical habitat would be minimal. In contrast, approximately 67 
percent of land within Subunit 6b are not conserved in easements, and 
we believe there are regulatory benefits of critical habitat 
designation in these areas.
    Another possible benefit of including lands in critical habitat is 
public education regarding the potential conservation value of an area 
that may help focus conservation efforts on areas of high conservation 
value for certain species. Any information about the arroyo toad and 
its habitat that reaches a wide audience, including parties engaged in 
conservation activities, is valuable. The inclusion of lands in the 
arroyo toad proposed and final revised critical habitat designation 
that are not conserved and managed is beneficial to the species because 
the proposed and final rules identify those lands that require 
management for the conservation of the arroyo toad. The process of 
proposing and finalizing revised critical habitat provided the 
opportunity for peer review and public comment on habitat we determined 
meets the definition of critical habitat. This process is valuable to 
land owners and managers in prioritizing conservation and management of 
identified areas. Because 330 ac (133 ha) of arroyo toad habitat within 
proposed Subunit 6b is conserved and managed under the NRMP and 
associated conservation easement, no educational benefits would be 
realized in these areas. The remaining 67 percent of Newhall LFC land 
proposed as revised critical habitat within Subunit 6b is not in 
easements, and there are educational benefits of including these areas 
(such as informing the public about essential habitat and potentially 
refining the broader conservation goals for arroyo toad under the NRMP 
by focusing conservation in other areas essential to the recovery of 
the species).
    The designation of arroyo toad critical habitat may also strengthen 
or reinforce some of the provisions in other State and Federal laws, 
such as CEQA or NEPA. These laws analyze the potential for projects to 
significantly affect the environment. In Los Angeles County, the 
additional protections associated with critical habitat may be 
beneficial in areas not currently conserved. Critical habitat may 
signal the presence of sensitive habitat that could otherwise be missed 
in the review process for these other environmental laws.
    In summary, we believe that designating critical habitat would 
provide minimal regulatory benefits under section 7(a)(2) of the Act in 
areas meeting the definition of critical habitat that are conserved and 
managed. We further believe that few, if any, additional educational 
benefits would be realized under these circumstances. In areas that are 
not currently conserved and managed, we believe there are regulatory 
and educational benefits of critical habitat designation.
Benefits of Exclusion--Newhall LFC Natural River Management Plan
    We believe conservation benefits would be realized by foregoing 
designation of critical habitat for the arroyo toad on lands covered by 
the NRMP and associated conservation easement including: (1) 
Continuance and strengthening of our effective working relationship 
with Newhall LFC to promote voluntary, proactive conservation of the 
arroyo toad and its habitat as opposed to reactive regulation; (2) 
allowance for continued meaningful collaboration and cooperation in 
working toward species recovery, including conservation benefits that 
might not otherwise occur; and (3) encouragement of additional 
conservation easements and other conservation and management plan 
development in the future on Newhall LFC's other lands for this and 
other federally listed and sensitive species.
    The NRMP and associated conservation easement provides substantial 
protection and management for the arroyo toad and the physical and 
biological features essential to the conservation of the species, and 
addresses conservation issues from a coordinated, integrated 
perspective rather than a piecemeal, project-by-project approach (as 
would occur under section 7 of the Act), thus resulting in coordinated 
landscape-scale conservation that can contribute to genetic diversity 
by preserving covered species populations, habitat, and interconnected 
linkage areas that support recovery of the arroyo toad and other listed 
species. Additionally, many landowners perceive critical habitat as an 
unfair and unnecessary regulatory burden given the expense and time 
involved in developing and implementing conservation and management 
plans on private lands. Exclusion of Newhall LFC lands that are 
conserved and managed by the NRMP and associated conservation easement 
will also strengthen the partnership between the Service and Newhall 
LFC, which may encourage other conservation partnerships between our 
two entities in the future.
    In summary, we believe excluding land covered by the NRMP and 
associated conservation easement from critical habitat could provide 
the significant benefit of maintaining our existing partnership and 
fostering new ones.
Weighing Benefits of Exclusion Against Benefits of Inclusion--Newhall 
LFC Natural River Management Plan
    We reviewed and evaluated the benefits of inclusion and benefits of 
exclusion for all lands owned by Newhall LFC proposed as critical 
habitat for arroyo toad. The benefits of including conserved and 
managed lands in the critical habitat designation are small. The 
conservation easement on portions of the Santa Clara River mainstem and 
Castaic Creek that encompass approximately 330 ac (133 ha), or 33 
percent, of Subunit 6b, are already managed and conserved under the 
NRMP, and provide a benefit to arroyo toad. There is also no 
educational or ancillary benefit of designating critical habitat in 
this conservation easement; education information regarding the 
importance of the easement was identified during the development and 
implementation of Newhall LFC's NRMP and potential ancillary benefits 
are negligible. Similarly, the regulatory benefit provided by a 
critical habitat designation is small because it is partially redundant 
with the existing protection within the conservation easement under the 
NRMP. Therefore, we do not believe critical habitat designation for the 
arroyo toad within the conservation easement will provide significant 
regulatory, educational, or ancillary benefits for these areas.
    In contrast, including Newhall LFC lands within Subunit 6b in the 
final revised critical habitat designation for arroyo toad that are not 
conserved and managed will provide additional protection under section 
7(a) of the Act when there is a Federal nexus, and designation may act 
as an educational tool for the public regarding the conservation of 
arroyo toad and the physical and biological features essential to the 
conservation of the species. Therefore designation of these areas will 
provide an educational benefit by focusing attention on the

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specific lands covered by the NRMP that are essential to the species' 
recovery so that conservation efforts are directed toward those areas. 
We also anticipate a potential regulatory benefit from designation for 
activities on these lands with a Federal nexus, and some ancillary 
benefit from other laws such as CEQA and NEPA from designating these 
areas as critical habitat.
    The exclusion of conserved areas in Subunit 6b will benefit the 
partnership that we have with Newhall LFC and other participating 
property owners, and encourage the conservation of lands associated 
with the development and implementation of future conservation 
management plans.
    In summary, we find that excluding from critical habitat areas that 
are receiving long-term conservation and management for the purpose of 
protecting the arroyo toad in Subunit 6b will preserve our partnership 
with Newhall LFC and encourage the conservation of lands associated 
with development. These partnership benefits are significant and 
outweigh the small potential regulatory, educational, and ancillary 
benefits of including these portions of Subunit 6b in final revised 
critical habitat for the arroyo toad. We find that including lands as 
critical habitat that are not yet receiving long-term conservation and 
management within Subunit 6b will provide additional regulatory 
protection under section 7(a) of the Act when there is a Federal nexus, 
and will provide an educational benefit by focusing conservation 
efforts by Newhall LFC on conservation and management of these specific 
essential habitat areas for the arroyo toad and educating the public 
about the importance of these areas for the conservation of this 
species. Designation may also result in some ancillary benefits under 
other laws. Therefore, designating these areas as critical habitat for 
the arroyo toad will provide educational as well as some regulatory and 
ancillary benefits to the species. While we acknowledge that excluding 
these areas under section 4(b)(2) of the Act would provide a benefit to 
the partnership that we have with Newhall LFC, we have not concluded 
that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the educational benefit along 
with the potential regulatory and ancillary benefits to the 
conservation of the species in these areas of Subunit 6b. Therefore, 
the Secretary is declining to exercise his discretion to exclude 672 ac 
(272 ha) of Newhall LFC lands within Subunit 6b from this final revised 
critical habitat designation.
Exclusion Will Not Result in Extinction of the Species--Newhall LFC 
Natural River Management Plan
    We determined that exclusion of 330 ha (133 ha) of land in Subunit 
6b from the final revised critical habitat designation for the arroyo 
toad will not result in extinction of the species. These areas are 
permanently conserved and managed to provide a benefit to arroyo toad 
and its habitat, thus providing assurances that the species will not go 
extinct as a result of exclusion from critical habitat designation. 
Therefore, based on the above discussion, the Secretary is exercising 
his discretion to exclude approximately 330 ha (133 ha) of land in 
Subunit 6b from this final revised critical habitat designation.

Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan 
(Western Riverside County MSHCP)

    We determined that approximately 6,386 ac (2,583 ha) of land in 
Units 9 and 13 owned by or under the jurisdiction of the permittees of 
the Western Riverside County MSHCP meet the definition of critical 
habitat under the Act. In making our final decision with regard to 
these lands, we considered several factors including our relationships 
with participating jurisdictions and other stakeholders, conservation 
measures and management that are in place on these lands, and impacts 
to current and future partnerships. Under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, 
for the reasons discussed in the following sections, the Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude 289 ac (118 ha) of conserved and 
managed land, or 5 percent of land within the Western Riverside County 
MSHCP plan area in Units 9 and 13 from this final revised critical 
habitat designation. The Secretary is declining to exercise his 
discretion to exclude 6,097 ac (2,467 ha), or 95 percent, of land 
within the Western Riverside County MSHCP plan area in Units 9 and 13 
in this final revised critical habitat designation, as these areas 
contain features essential to the conservation of the species that are 
not permanently conserved and managed. As described in our analysis 
below, this conclusion was reached after considering the relevant 
impacts of specifying these areas as critical habitat.
    The Western Riverside County MSHCP is a regional, multi-
jurisdictional HCP encompassing approximately 1.26 million ac (510,000 
ha) of land in western Riverside County. We proposed approximately 
6,386 ac (2,583 ha) of critical habitat for the arroyo toad in Units 9 
and 13 within the plan area. The Western Riverside County MSHCP is a 
multi-species conservation program designed to minimize and mitigate 
the effects of expected habitat loss and associated incidental take of 
146 ``covered species'', including the arroyo toad. On June 22, 2004, 
we issued a single incidental take permit under section 10(a)(1)(B) of 
the Act to 22 permittees under the Western Riverside County MSHCP for a 
period of 75 years (Service 2004, TE-088609-0). We concluded in our 
biological opinion (Service 2004, p. 164) that implementation of the 
plan, as proposed, was not likely to jeopardize the continued existence 
of the arroyo toad. Our determination was based on our conclusion that 
48 percent of the arroyo toad modeled habitat, including the majority 
of each known arroyo toad population in western Riverside County, will 
be protected or will remain within the Western Riverside County MSHCP 
Conservation Area. In addition, required surveys for the arroyo toad 
may result in newly discovered occurrences being included in the 
Western Riverside County MSHCP Conservation Area (Service 2004, p. 
164).
    The Western Riverside County MSHCP, when fully implemented, will 
establish approximately 153,000 ac (61,917 ha) of new conservation 
lands (called the Additional Reserve Lands) to complement the 
approximately 347,000 ac (140,426 ha) of pre-existing natural and open 
space areas (Public/Quasi-Public (PQP) lands). These PQP lands include 
those under ownership of public or quasi-public agencies, primarily the 
Forest Service and BLM, as well as permittee-owned or controlled open-
space areas managed by the State of California and Riverside County. 
Collectively, the Additional Reserve Lands and PQP lands form the 
overall Western Riverside County MSHCP Conservation Area. The 
configuration of the 153,000 ac (61,916 ha) of Additional Reserve Lands 
(ARL) is not mapped or precisely delineated (``hard-lined'') in the 
Western Riverside County MSHCP. Instead, the ARL are textual 
descriptions of habitat conservation necessary to meet the conservation 
goals for all covered species within the bounds of the approximately 
310,000-ac (125,453-ha) Criteria Area and are determined as 
implementation of the Western Riverside County MSHCP takes place.
    Specific conservation objectives in the Western Riverside County 
MSHCP for the arroyo toad include providing 9,695 ac (3,914 ha) of 
occupied or suitable habitat for the species in the MSHCP Conservation 
Area along portions of San Juan Creek (Subunit 10a), Los Alamos Creek 
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(Subunit 9a), Indian Creek, Bautista Creek (Subunit 9b), Wilson Creek 
(Subunit 13c), Temecula Creek (Subunit 13b), Arroyo Seco (Subunit 13a), 
and Vail Lake, and including 93 percent of the known arroyo toad 
occurrences as of 2004 (Service 2004, pp. 162-163). Approximately 3,793 
ac (1,531 ha) of occupied or suitable habitat will remain on existing 
PQP lands and 5,902 ac (2,383 ha) will be conserved within the 
Additional Reserve Lands. These 5,902 ac (2,383 ha) can be attained 
through acquisition or other dedications of land assembled from within 
the Criteria Area or the Arroyo Toad Survey Area (as these lands are 
acquired they become part of the Additional Reserve Lands). 
Additionally, areas within the Western Riverside County MSHCP where 
there is potential suitable habitat for arroyo toad that is not yet 
protected are subject to the Additional Survey Needs and Procedures 
Policy (see Additional Survey Needs and Procedures, Western Riverside 
County MSHCP, Volume 1, section 6.3.2 in Dudek and Associates, Inc. 
2003). In these areas, surveys for the arroyo toad are required as part 
of the project review process for public and private projects where 
suitable habitat is present (see Amphibian Species Survey Area Map, 
Figure 6-3 of the Western Riverside County MSHCP, Volume I in Dudek and 
Associates, Inc. 2003). For locations with positive survey results, 90 
percent of those portions of the property that provide long-term 
conservation value for the species will be avoided until it is 
demonstrated that the conservation objectives for the species are met 
(see Additional Survey Needs and Procedures, Western Riverside County 
MSHCP, Volume 1, section 6.3.2 in Dudek and Associates, Inc. 2003). 
Once species-specific objectives are met, avoided areas would be 
evaluated to determine whether they should be released for development 
or included in the MSHCP Conservation Area.
    Preservation and management of approximately 5,902 ac (2,383 ha) of 
arroyo toad habitat under the Western Riverside County MSHCP within 
Additional Reserve Lands will contribute to the conservation and 
ultimate recovery of this species. Additionally, cooperative management 
and monitoring are anticipated on existing PQP lands. The arroyo toad 
is threatened primarily by alterations of stream hydrology and 
geomorphology as a result of mining, reservoirs, and flood control 
activities; development; agriculture, including livestock grazing; 
recreational activities; and nonnative species (Service 2004, pp. 156-
158). The Western Riverside County MSHCP will remove and reduce threats 
to the arroyo toad and the physical and biological features essential 
to the conservation of the species as the plan is implemented by 
preserving large blocks of suitable habitat. Within the MSHCP 
Conservation Area, breeding populations will be maintained at a minimum 
of 80 percent of the conserved breeding locations as measured by the 
presence/absence of juvenile toads, tadpoles, or egg masses across any 
5 consecutive years. Additionally, the Western Riverside County MSHCP 
will maintain ecological processes within the MSHCP Conservation Area 
given existing constraints and activities covered under the MSHCP along 
portions of San Juan Creek, San Jacinto River, Indian Creek, Bautista 
Creek, Wilson Creek, Temecula Creek, Arroyo Seco, and Vail Lake. The 
plan also generates funding for long-term management of conserved lands 
for the benefit of the species they protect.
    Approximately 14 ac (6 ha) of Subunit 9b within the Western 
Riverside County MSHCP is covered by the 10-Year Habitat Management 
Plan for the Cactus Valley Habitat Management Unit (Cactus Valley 
Habitat Management Plan). These lands, known as the Kirchner/Searl 
property, were transferred in 2007 from the landowner to the County of 
Riverside to be conserved and managed in Western Riverside County 
MSHCP's Additional Reserve Lands. Additionally, the Cactus Valley 
Habitat Management Plan was developed in conformance with the Western 
Riverside County MSHCP, and identifies management goals, including but 
not limited to: (1) Completion of initial evaluations of acquired 
properties within the first 4 years following acquisition; (2) 
controlling unauthorized public access; (3) maintaining and enhancing 
upland habitats; (4) maintaining and enhancing wetland habitats; (5) 
initiating adaptive management should target species locations fall 
below 75 percent of locations indicated in the Western Riverside County 
MSHCP species accounts; and (6) managing disturbance regimes, including 
but not limited to, fire, exotic species invasions, sedimentation, and 
erosion (County of Riverside 2009a, pp. 1, 7). After 10 years, if not 
sooner, the management plan will be revised. Thus, these areas within 
the Cactus Valley Habitat Management Unit are permanently protected and 
managed within Additional Reserve Lands pursuant to the Western 
Riverside County MSHCP.
    Approximately 117 ac (47 ha) of Subunits 13b and 13c within the 
Western Riverside County MSHCP is covered by the 10-Year Habitat 
Management Plan for the Sage Habitat Management Unit (Sage Habitat 
Management Plan). These lands, known as the Geller 2 Phase I, 
Odegaard, Wilson Creek/J Street, and Mulder properties, were 
transferred in 2006 and 2008 from the landowners to the County of 
Riverside to be conserved and managed in Western Riverside County 
MSHCP's Additional Reserve Lands. Additionally, the Sage Habitat 
Management Plan was developed in conformance with the Western Riverside 
County MSHCP, and identifies management goals, including but not 
limited to: (1) Completion of initial evaluations of acquired 
properties within the first 4 years following acquisition; (2) 
controlling unauthorized public access; (3) maintaining and enhancing 
upland habitats; (4) maintaining and enhancing wetland habitats; (5) 
initiating adaptive management should target species locations fall 
below 75 percent of locations indicated in the Western Riverside County 
MSHCP species accounts; and (6) managing disturbance regimes, including 
but not limited to, fire, exotic species invasions, sedimentation, and 
erosion (County of Riverside 2009b, pp. 1, 9). After 10 years, if not 
sooner, the management plan will be revised. Thus, these areas within 
the Sage Habitat Management Unit are permanently protected and managed 
within Additional Reserve Lands under the Western Riverside County 
MSHCP.
    Approximately 158 ac (64 ha) of Subunit 13c is covered by the 
Management Plan for the Wilson Creek Conservation Bank (Wilson Creek 
Management Plan) consistent with the Western Riverside County MSHCP. 
The Wilson Creek Conservation Bank, an approximately 890 ac (360 ha) 
conserved property in the unincorporated community of Aguanga, was 
established as mitigation for development projects elsewhere in western 
Riverside County (CNLM 2006, p. 1). The Wilson Creek Management Plan 
outlines specific long-term preserve management practices, including: 
(1) Annual biological resource monitoring to identify changes in 
habitat and trends in species composition, diversity, and abundance; 
(2) use of buffers and barriers to minimize the influence of 
neighboring properties that may reduce the quality and integrity of the 
ecosystem; (3) maintenance and enhancement of habitat; (4) 
identification of habitat enhancement opportunities; and (5)

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development of a fire management program in consultation with the 
Riverside County Fire Marshall and appropriate wildlife agencies (CNLM 
2006, pp. 1-2). Thus, the Wilson Creek Management Plan provides 
protection to the arroyo toad and its proposed critical habitat through 
the conservation and management of an area that may otherwise be left 
unprotected.
    Below is an analysis of the relative benefits of inclusion and 
exclusion of lands within Units 9 and 13 for which the Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude from this final revised critical 
habitat designation.
Benefits of Inclusion--Western Riverside County MSHCP
    The principal benefit of including an area in a critical habitat 
designation is the requirement of Federal agencies to ensure actions 
they fund, authorize, or carry out are not likely to result in the 
destruction or adverse modification of any designated critical habitat, 
the regulatory standard of section 7(a)(2) of the Act under which 
consultation is completed. Federal agencies must consult with the 
Service on actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid 
destroying or adversely modifying critical habitat. Federal agencies 
must also consult with us on actions that may affect a listed species 
and refrain from undertaking actions that are likely to jeopardize the 
continued existence of such species. The analysis of effects to 
critical habitat is a separate and different analysis from that of the 
effects to the species. Therefore, the difference in outcomes of these 
two analyses represents the regulatory benefit of critical habitat. For 
some species (including the arroyo toad), and in some locations, the 
outcome of these analyses will be similar, because effects to habitat 
will often also result in effects to the species. However, the 
regulatory standard is different, as the jeopardy analysis investigates 
the action's impact to survival and recovery of the species, while the 
adverse modification analysis investigates the action's effects to the 
designated habitat's contribution to conservation. This will, in many 
instances, lead to different results and different regulatory 
requirements. Thus, critical habitat designations may provide greater 
benefits to the recovery of a species than would listing alone.
    Any protections provided by critical habitat that are redundant 
with protections already in place reduce the benefits of inclusion in 
critical habitat. The consultation provisions under section 7(a)(2) of 
the Act constitute the regulatory benefits of designating lands as 
critical habitat. As discussed above, Federal agencies must consult 
with us on actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid 
destroying or adversely modifying critical habitat. Critical habitat 
may provide a regulatory benefit for the arroyo toad when there is a 
Federal nexus present for a project that might adversely modify 
critical habitat. Specifically, we expect projects in wetland areas 
would require a 404 permit under the Clean Water Act (CWA) from the 
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps). Therefore, critical habitat will 
have an additional regulatory benefit to the conservation of the arroyo 
toad by prohibiting adverse modification of habitat essential to the 
conservation of this species. Approximately 5 percent of lands proposed 
for designation in Units 9 and 13 within the plan area for the Western 
Riverside County MSHCP (Additional Reserve Lands identified above and 
Wilson Creek Conservation Bank) are conserved and managed under the 
Western Riverside County MSHCP; therefore, Federal actions that could 
adversely affect the arroyo toad or its habitat are unlikely to occur 
in these areas. If such actions do occur, it is likely that the 
protections provided the species and its habitat under section 7(a)(2) 
of the Act would be largely redundant with the protections offered by 
the Western Riverside County MSHCP. Thus, we expect the regulatory 
benefit of including these areas in critical habitat would be minimal. 
Approximately 95 percent of lands meeting the definition of critical 
habitat within the Western Riverside County MSHCP plan area are not 
currently conserved and managed. Thus, we believe there are regulatory 
benefits of critical habitat designation in these areas.
    Another possible benefit of including lands in critical habitat is 
public education regarding the potential conservation value of an area 
that may help focus conservation efforts on areas of high conservation 
value for certain species. Any information about the arroyo toad and 
its habitat that reaches a wide audience, including parties engaged in 
conservation activities, is valuable. The inclusion of lands in the 
arroyo toad proposed and final revised critical habitat designation 
that are not conserved and managed is beneficial to the species because 
the proposed and final rules identify those lands that require 
management for the conservation of the arroyo toad. The process of 
proposing and finalizing revised critical habitat provided the 
opportunity for peer review and public comment on habitat we determined 
meets the definition of critical habitat. This process is valuable to 
land owners and managers in prioritizing conservation and management of 
identified areas. Because the habitat identified above in Additional 
Reserve Lands and Wilson Creek Conservation Bank within Units 9 and 13 
is already conserved and managed under the Western Riverside County 
MSHCP (approximately 5 percent of land within the Western Riverside 
County MSHCP plan area meeting the definition of critical habitat), no 
educational benefits would be realized in these areas. The remaining 95 
percent of land proposed as revised critical habitat within the Western 
Riverside County MSHCP plan area is not currently conserved and 
managed, and there are educational benefits of including these areas.
    The designation of arroyo toad critical habitat may also strengthen 
or reinforce some of the provisions in other State and Federal laws, 
such as the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) or National 
Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). These laws analyze the potential for 
projects to significantly affect the environment. In Riverside County, 
the additional protections associated with critical habitat may be 
beneficial in areas not currently conserved. Critical habitat may 
signal the presence of sensitive habitat that could otherwise be missed 
in the review process for these other environmental laws.
    In summary, we believe that designating critical habitat would 
provide minimal regulatory benefits under section 7(a)(2) of the Act in 
areas meeting the definition of critical habitat that are conserved and 
managed, nor will any additional educational benefits be realized under 
these circumstances. In areas that are not currently conserved and 
managed, we believe there are regulatory and educational benefits of 
critical habitat designation.
Benefits of Exclusion--Western Riverside County MSHCP
    We believe conservation benefits would be realized by forgoing 
designation of critical habitat for the arroyo toad on lands covered by 
the Western Riverside County MSHCP including: (1) Continuance and 
strengthening of our effective working relationships with all Western 
Riverside County MSHCP jurisdictions and stakeholders to promote 
conservation of the arroyo toad, its habitat, and 145 other species 
covered by the HCP and their habitat; (2) allowance for continued 
meaningful collaboration and cooperation in working toward protecting 
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and the many other species covered by the HCP, including conservation 
benefits that might not otherwise occur; (3) encouragement for local 
jurisdictions to fully participate in the Western Riverside County 
MSHCP; and (4) encouragement of additional HCP and other conservation 
plan development in the future on other private lands for this and 
other federally listed and sensitive species.
    In the case of arroyo toad in Riverside County, the partnership and 
commitment by the permittees of the Western Riverside County MSHCP 
resulted in lands being conserved and managed for the long term that 
will contribute to the recovery of the species.
    We developed a close partnership with the permittees of the Western 
Riverside County MSHCP through the development of the HCP, which 
incorporates protections (conserved lands) and management for the 
arroyo toad, its habitat, and the physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of this species. Additionally, many 
landowners perceive critical habitat as an unfair and unnecessary 
regulatory burden given the expense and time involved in developing and 
implementing complex regional and jurisdiction-wide HCPs, such as the 
Western Riverside County MSHCP (as discussed further in Comments 26 
below in the Summary of Comments and Recommendations section of this 
rule). Exclusion of Western Riverside County MSHCP lands could help 
preserve the partnerships we developed with the County of Riverside and 
other local jurisdictions in the development of the HCP, foster future 
partnerships and development of future HCPs, and encourage the 
establishment of future conservation and management of habitat for the 
arroyo toad and other sensitive species.
    The Western Riverside County MSHCP provides substantial protection 
and management for the arroyo toad and the physical and biological 
features essential to the conservation of the species, and addresses 
conservation issues from a coordinated, integrated perspective rather 
than a piecemeal, project-by-project approach (as would occur under 
sections 7 of the Act or smaller HCPs), thus resulting in coordinated 
landscape-scale conservation that can contribute to genetic diversity 
by preserving covered species populations, habitat, and interconnected 
linkage areas that support recovery of the arroyo toad and other listed 
species. It is important that we encourage participation in such plans 
and encourage voluntary coverage of listed plant species in such plans. 
Additionally, many landowners perceive critical habitat as an unfair 
and unnecessary regulatory burden given the expense and time involved 
in developing and implementing complex regional and jurisdiction-wide 
HCPs, such as the Western Riverside County MSHCP. Exclusion of Western 
Riverside County MSHCP lands would help preserve the partnerships we 
developed with the County of Riverside and other local jurisdictions in 
the development of the HCP, and foster future partnerships and 
development of future HCPs.
    In summary, we believe excluding land covered by the Western 
Riverside County MSHCP from critical habitat could provide the 
significant benefit of maintaining existing regional HCP partnerships 
and fostering new ones.
Weighing Benefits of Exclusion Against Benefits of Inclusion--Western 
Riverside County MSHCP
    We reviewed and evaluated the benefits of inclusion and exclusion 
from critical habitat designation for the arroyo toad for lands owned 
by or under the jurisdiction of Western Riverside County MSHCP 
permittees. The benefits of including conserved and managed lands in 
the critical habitat designation are small. Approximately 14 ac (6 ha) 
of land in Subunit 9b covered by the Cactus Valley Habitat Management 
Plan, approximately 117 ac (47 ha) of land in Subunits 13b and 13c 
covered by the Sage Habitat Management Plan, and approximately 158 ac 
(64 ha) of land in Subunit 13c covered by the Wilson Creek Management 
Plan are already managed and conserved, and provide a conservation 
benefit to the arroyo toad. There is also no educational or ancillary 
benefit of designating critical habitat in these conserved areas; 
educational information regarding the importance of these areas was 
identified during the development and implementation of the Western 
Riverside County MSHCP, and potential ancillary benefits are 
negligible. Similarly, the regulatory benefit provided by a critical 
habitat designation is small because it is partially redundant with the 
existing protection of these areas under the Western Riverside County 
MSHCP. Therefore, we do not believe critical habitat designation for 
the arroyo toad within these areas will provide significant regulatory, 
educational, or ancillary benefits for these areas.
    In contrast, including lands within the Western Riverside County 
MSHCP plan area in the final revised critical habitat designation for 
arroyo toad that are not currently conserved and managed will provide 
additional protection under section 7(a) of the Act when there is a 
Federal nexus, and designation may act as an educational tool for the 
public regarding the conservation of arroyo toad and the physical and 
biological features essential to the conservation of the species. None 
of the remaining lands within the Western Riverside County MSHCP plan 
area in Units 9 and 13 are currently both conserved and managed to 
benefit the arroyo toad, and the broad conservation goals for this 
species under the Western Riverside County MSHCP do not explicitly 
require and assure protection of the specific lands included in Units 9 
and 13. Therefore designation of these units will provide an 
educational benefit by focusing attention on the specific lands within 
the Western Riverside County MSHCP plan area that are essential to the 
species' recovery so that conservation efforts are directed toward 
those areas. We also anticipate a potential regulatory benefit from 
designation for activities on these lands with a Federal nexus and some 
ancillary benefit from other laws such as CEQA and NEPA from 
designating these areas as critical habitat.
    Excluding those portions of lands within Units 9 and 13 that are 
conserved and managed from critical habitat designation will further 
our existing partnerships with permittees under the Western Riverside 
County MSHCP and encourage future voluntary conservation efforts for 
this species by relieving landowners of any additional regulatory 
burden stemming from designation. We consider this a significant 
benefit of excluding these lands.
    In summary, we find that excluding from critical habitat areas that 
are receiving long-term conservation and management for the purpose of 
protecting the arroyo toad in Units 9 and 13 will help preserve our 
partnership with the County of Riverside and other permittees in the 
Western Riverside County MSHCP and encourage the conservation of lands 
associated with development and implementation of future HCPs. These 
partnership benefits are significant and outweigh the small potential 
regulatory, educational, and ancillary benefits of including conserved 
and managed lands within Units 9 and 13 in critical habitat for the 
arroyo toad. We find that including lands as critical habitat that are 
not yet receiving long-term conservation and management within Units 9 
and 13 will provide additional regulatory protection under section 7(a) 
of the Act when there is a Federal nexus, and will provide an 
educational benefit by focusing conservation efforts

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by the Western Riverside County MSHCP permittees on conservation and 
management of these specific essential habitat areas for the arroyo 
toad and educating the public about importance of these areas for the 
conservation of this species. Designation may also result in some 
ancillary benefits under other laws. Therefore, designating these areas 
as critical habitat for the arroyo toad will provide educational as 
well as some regulatory and ancillary benefits to the species. While we 
acknowledge that excluding these areas under section 4(b)(2) of the Act 
would provide a benefit to the partnership that we have with the County 
of Riverside and other permittees under the Western Riverside County 
MSHCP, we have not concluded that the benefits of exclusion outweigh 
the educational benefit along with the potential regulatory and 
ancillary benefits to the conservation of the species in these areas of 
Units 9 and 13. Therefore, the Secretary is declining to exercise his 
discretion to exclude 6,097 ac (2,467 ha) of land within the Western 
Riverside County MSHCP plan area in Units 9 and 13 from this final 
revised critical habitat designation.
Exclusion Will Not Result in Extinction of the Species--Units 9 and 13, 
Western Riverside County MSHCP
    We determined exclusion of 289 ac (118 ha) of land in Units 9 and 
13 within the Western Riverside County MSHCP plan area from the final 
revised critical habitat designation for the arroyo toad will not 
result in extinction of the species. These areas are permanently 
conserved and managed to provide a benefit to arroyo toad and its 
habitat, thus providing assurances that the species will not go extinct 
as a result of exclusion from critical habitat designation. Therefore, 
based on the above discussion, the Secretary is exercising his 
discretion to exclude approximately 289 ac (118 ha) of land in Units 9 
and 13 owned by or under the jurisdiction of Western Riverside County 
MSHCP permittees from this final revised critical habitat designation.

Orange County Central-Coastal Subregional Habitat Conservation Plan/
Natural Community Conservation Plan (Orange County Central-Coastal 
NCCP/HCP)

    We determined that approximately 641 ac (259 ha) of land in Unit 8 
owned by or under the jurisdiction of the permittees of the Orange 
County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and approximately 670 ac (271 ha) of 
land in Unit 8 in the associated North Ranch Policy Plan Area (NRPPA) 
meet the definition of critical habitat under the Act. In making our 
final decision with regard to these lands, we considered several 
factors including our relationships with participating jurisdictions 
and other stakeholders, conservation measures and management that are 
in place on these lands, and impacts to current and future 
partnerships. Under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, for the reasons 
discussed in the following sections, the Secretary is exercising his 
discretion to exclude a total of 1,259 ac (508 ha), or 96 percent, of 
land within the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP plan area 
(including those lands associated with the NRPPA) within Unit 8 from 
this final revised critical habitat designation. The Secretary is 
declining to exercise his discretion to exclude 52 ac (21 ha), or 4 
percent, of land within the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP plan 
area within Unit 8 in this final revised critical habitat designation. 
As described in our analysis below, this conclusion was reached after 
considering the relevant impacts of specifying the area as critical 
habitat.
    The Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP in central Orange County 
(including lands within a portion of Unit 8) was developed in 
cooperation with numerous local and State jurisdictions and agencies, 
and participating landowners, including Southern California Edison; 
Transportation Corridor Agencies; The Irvine Company; California 
Department of Parks and Recreation; Metropolitan Water District of 
Southern California; Orange County; and the cities of Anaheim, Costa 
Mesa, Irvine, Orange, and San Juan Capistrano. Approved in 1996, the 
Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP provides for the establishment 
of approximately 38,738 ac (15,677 ha) of reserve lands for 39 covered 
species within the 208,713-ac (84,463-ha) planning area. We concluded 
in our biological opinion (Service 1996, p. 66) that implementation of 
the plan, as proposed, was not likely to jeopardize the continued 
existence of the arroyo toad. We also issued an incidental take permit 
to the permittes of the plan under section 10(a)(1)(B) of the Act that 
provides conditional incidental take authorization for the arroyo toad 
for all areas within the Orange County Central-Coastal Subregion, 
except the NRPPA which is addressed in more detail below. This take 
authorization only applies to smaller arroyo toad populations, 
reintroduced populations, or populations that have expanded due to 
NCCP/HCP reserve management. It also requires creation and 
implementation of a project-specific mitigation plan if a planned 
activity would result in take of arroyo toads. The HCP requires the 
mitigation plan to: (1) Address design modifications, minimize impacts, 
and provide appropriate protections for arroyo toad; (2) provide for 
arroyo toad relocation to an acceptable location where habitat will be 
management and enhanced as needed; and (3) provide for monitoring and 
adaptive management of arroyo toads and their habitat.
    The Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP provides for monitoring 
and adaptive management of covered species and their habitat, including 
the arroyo toad, within this reserve system. To date, monitoring and 
management related to arroyo toad has included reserve-wide 
herpetofauna surveys conducted from 1997 through 2001 and ongoing 
control of invasive nonnative vegetation in the upland environment.
    Approximately 589 ac (238 ha) of the portion of Unit 8 within the 
Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP plan area is covered by the 
Irvine Ranch Northern Open Space Recreation and Resource Management 
Plan (Irvine Ranch Northern Open Space Management Plan). These lands 
were transferred in 2010 from the landowner (i.e., the Irvine Company, 
who is also a permittee of the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP) 
to the County of Orange to be conserved and managed in Orange County 
Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP's reserve system. Additionally, the Irvine 
Ranch Northern Open Space Management Plan was developed in conformance 
with the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP, and identifies actions 
needed to maintain long-term habitat value by addressing key challenges 
such as management of increased wildfire frequency, nonnative plants 
and animals, and unauthorized activities by individuals or groups (LSA 
and IRC 2010, pp. 66-67; Service 2010, p. 1).
    Approximately 670 ac (271 ha) of Unit 8 within NRPPA is covered by 
the Resource Plan for East Orange Conservation Easement Property (East 
Orange Management Plan), the Resource Plan for Fremont/Blind Easement 
Property (Fremont/Blind Management Plan), and the Resource Plan for 
Silmod Conservation Easement Property (Silmod Management Plan). As 
noted above, the NRPPA was not included in the Orange County Central-
Coastal NCCP/HCP based on a lack of biological information and a lack 
of specific conservation commitments at the time of adoption of the 
plan. The landowner (i.e., The Irvine Company) agreed to continue to 
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Service to address the conservation needs of multiple sensitive species 
in the NRPPA, including the arroyo toad. As a result, conservation 
easements held by the Nature Conservancy and managed by the Irvine 
Company were established (which includes approximately 670 ac (271 ha) 
of lands within the arroyo toad proposed revised critical habitat 
area). Management and monitoring of this area includes a $10 million 
management endowment and addresses various adaptive management 
activities that provide a benefit to the arroyo toad and its habitat. 
The management program addresses management from an ecosystem-based 
approach, including activities such as restoration of habitat through 
removal of invasive species, erosion control, and an on-going 
biological monitoring program that benefits an adaptive management 
strategy.
    In summary, Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP's reserve system 
and the conservation easement within the NRPPA provides permanent 
protection to approximately 1,259 ac (508 ha), or 96 percent, of land 
within the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP plan area in Unit 8. 
Approximately 52 ac (21 ha), or 4 percent, of land within the Orange 
County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP plan area in Unit 8 are not conserved 
and managed.
    Below is an analysis of the relative benefits of inclusion and 
exclusion of lands within Unit 8 for which the Secretary is exercising 
his discretion to exclude from this final revised critical habitat 
designation.
Benefits of Inclusion--Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP
    The principal benefit of including an area in a critical habitat 
designation is the requirement of Federal agencies to ensure actions 
they fund, authorize, or carry out are not likely to result in the 
destruction or adverse modification of any designated critical habitat, 
the regulatory standard of section 7(a)(2) of the Act under which 
consultation is completed. Federal agencies must consult with the 
Service on actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid 
destroying or adversely modifying critical habitat. Federal agencies 
must also consult with us on actions that may affect a listed species 
and refrain from undertaking actions that are likely to jeopardize the 
continued existence of such species. The analysis of effects to 
critical habitat is a separate and different analysis from that of the 
effects to the species. Therefore, the difference in outcomes of these 
two analyses represents the regulatory benefit of critical habitat. For 
some species (including the arroyo toad), and in some locations, the 
outcome of these analyses will be similar, because effects to habitat 
will often also result in effects to the species. However, the 
regulatory standard is different, as the jeopardy analysis investigates 
the action's impact to survival and recovery of the species, while the 
adverse modification analysis investigates the action's effects to the 
designated habitat's contribution to conservation. This will, in many 
instances, lead to different results and different regulatory 
requirements. Thus, critical habitat designations may provide greater 
benefits to the recovery of a species than would listing alone.
    Any protections provided by critical habitat that are redundant 
with protections already in place reduce the benefits of inclusion in 
critical habitat. The consultation provisions under section 7(a)(2) of 
the Act constitute the regulatory benefits of designating lands as 
critical habitat. As discussed above, Federal agencies must consult 
with us on actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid 
destroying or adversely modifying critical habitat. Critical habitat 
may provide a regulatory benefit for the arroyo toad when there is a 
Federal nexus present for a project that might adversely modify 
critical habitat. Specifically, we expect projects in wetland areas 
would require a 404 permit under the Clean Water Act from the U.S. Army 
Corps of Engineers. Therefore, critical habitat will have an additional 
regulatory benefit to the conservation of the arroyo toad by 
prohibiting adverse modification of habitat essential to the 
conservation of this species. Approximately 96 percent of lands 
proposed for designation within Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/
HCP's reserve system and associated NRPPA in Unit 8 are conserved and 
managed under the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and associated 
management plans; therefore, Federal actions that could adversely 
affect the arroyo toad or its habitat are unlikely to occur in these 
areas. If such actions do occur, it is likely that the protections 
provided the species and its habitat under section 7(a)(2) of the Act 
would be largely redundant with the protections offered by the Orange 
County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and associated management plans. Thus, 
we expect the regulatory benefit of including these areas in critical 
habitat would be minimal. Approximately 4 percent of land within the 
Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP plan area in Unit 8 are not 
conserved and managed. Thus, we believe there are regulatory benefits 
of critical habitat designation in these areas.
    Another possible benefit of including lands in critical habitat is 
public education regarding the potential conservation value of an area 
that may help focus conservation efforts on areas of high conservation 
value for certain species. Any information about the arroyo toad and 
its habitat that reaches a wide audience, including parties engaged in 
conservation activities, is valuable. The inclusion of lands in the 
arroyo toad proposed and final revised critical habitat designation 
that are not conserved and managed is beneficial to the species because 
the proposed and final rules identify those lands that require 
management for the conservation of the arroyo toad. The process of 
proposing and finalizing revised critical habitat provided the 
opportunity for peer review and public comment on habitat we determined 
meets the definition of critical habitat. This process is valuable to 
land owners and managers in prioritizing conservation and management of 
identified areas. Because the habitat identified in Orange County 
Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP's reserve system and associated NRPPA within 
Unit 8 is already conserved and managed under the Orange County 
Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and associated management plans (approximately 
96 percent of land proposed as critical habitat within the Orange 
County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP plan area), no educational benefits 
would be realized in these areas. The remaining 4 percent of land 
proposed as revised critical habitat within the Orange County Central-
Coastal NCCP/HCP plan area is not conserved and managed, and there are 
educational benefits of including these areas (such as informing the 
public about essential habitat and potentially refining the broader 
conservation goals for arroyo toad under the Orange County Central-
Coastal NCCP/HCP by focusing conservation on the specific areas 
essential to the recovery of the species).
    The designation of arroyo toad critical habitat may also strengthen 
or reinforce some of the provisions in other State and Federal laws, 
such as CEQA or NEPA. These laws analyze the potential for projects to 
significantly affect the environment. In Orange County, the additional 
protections associated with critical habitat may be beneficial in areas 
not currently conserved. Critical habitat may signal the presence of 
sensitive habitat that could otherwise be missed in the review process 
for these other environmental laws.
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provide minimal regulatory benefits under section 7(a)(2) of the Act in 
areas meeting the definition of critical habitat that are conserved and 
managed, nor will any additional educational benefits be realized under 
these circumstances. In areas that are not currently conserved and 
managed, we believe there are regulatory and educational benefits of 
critical habitat designation.
Benefits of Exclusion--Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP
    We believe conservation benefits would be realized by forgoing 
designation of critical habitat for the arroyo toad on lands covered by 
the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and associated NRPPA 
including: (1) Continuance and strengthening of our effective working 
relationships with all Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP 
jurisdictions and stakeholders (including the Irvine Company with 
relation to the NRPPA) to promote voluntary, proactive conservation of 
the arroyo toad and its habitat as opposed to reactive regulation; (2) 
allowance for continued meaningful collaboration and cooperation in 
working toward species recovery, including conservation benefits that 
might not otherwise occur; (3) encouragement for local jurisdictions to 
fully participate in the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP; and 
(4) encouragement of additional HCP and other conservation plan 
development in the future on other private lands for this and other 
federally listed and sensitive species.
    In the case of arroyo toad in Orange County, the partnership and 
commitment by the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP jurisdictions 
and stakeholders resulted in lands being conserved and managed for the 
long term that will contribute to the recovery of the species.
    We developed close partnerships with all participating entities 
through the development of the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP 
and the associated conservation easement established under the NRPPA, 
which incorporates substantial protections and management for the 
arroyo toad, its habitat, and the features essential to the 
conservation of this species. Additionally, many landowners perceive 
critical habitat as an unfair and unnecessary regulatory burden given 
the expense and time involved in developing and implementing complex 
regional and jurisdiction-wide HCPs, such as the Orange County Central-
Coastal NCCP/HCP and associated conservation with the NRPPA (as 
discussed further in Comment 27 below in the Summary of Comments and 
Recommendations section of this rule). Exclusion of lands under the 
Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and associated NRPPA could help 
preserve the partnership we developed with County of Orange and other 
participants in the development of the HCP, and foster future 
partnerships and development of future HCPs, and encourage the 
establishment of future conservation and management of habitat for the 
arroyo toad and other sensitive species.
    The Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and associated 
conservation with the NRPPA provides substantial protection and 
management for the arroyo toad and the physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the species, and addresses 
conservation issues from a coordinated, integrated perspective rather 
than a piecemeal, project-by-project approach (as would occur under 
sections 7 of the Act or smaller HCPs), thus resulting in coordinated 
landscape-scale conservation that can contribute to genetic diversity 
by preserving covered species populations, habitat, and interconnected 
linkage areas that support recovery of the arroyo toad and other listed 
species. It is important that we encourage participation in such plans 
and encourage voluntary coverage of listed plant species in such plans. 
Additionally, many landowners perceive critical habitat as an unfair 
and unnecessary regulatory burden given the expense and time involved 
in developing and implementing complex regional and jurisdiction-wide 
HCPs, such as the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and associated 
conservation with the NRPPA. Exclusion of Orange County Central-Coastal 
NCCP/HCP and associated conservation with the NRPPA lands would help 
preserve the partnerships we developed with the County of Orange and 
other participating property owners in the development of the HCP, and 
foster future partnerships and development of future HCPs.
    In summary, we believe excluding land covered by the Orange County 
Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and closely associated NRPPA from critical 
habitat could provide the significant benefit of maintaining existing 
regional HCP and management plan partnerships, and fostering new ones.
Weighing Benefits of Exclusion Against Benefits of Inclusion--Orange 
County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP
    We reviewed and evaluated the benefits of inclusion and benefits of 
exclusion for all lands owned by or under the jurisdiction of Orange 
County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP permittees, including the Irvine 
Company with regard to the NRPPA, proposed as critical habitat for 
arroyo toad. The benefits of including conserved and managed lands in 
the critical habitat designation are small. The Orange County Central-
Coastal NCCP/HCP's reserve system and the conservation easement within 
the NRPPA encompass approximately 1,259 ac (508 ha), or 96 percent, of 
the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP plan area within Unit 8, are 
already managed and conserved, and provide a benefit to arroyo toad. 
There is also no educational or ancillary benefit of designating 
critical habitat in these conserved areas; educational information 
regarding the importance of these areas was identified during the 
development and implementation of the Orange County Central-Coastal 
NCCP/HCP, and potential ancillary benefits are negligible. Similarly, 
the regulatory benefit provided by a critical habitat designation is 
small because it is partially redundant with the existing protection of 
these areas under the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP. 
Therefore, we do not believe critical habitat designation for the 
arroyo toad within these areas will provide significant regulatory, 
educational, or ancillary benefits for these areas.
    In contrast, including lands within the Orange County Central-
Coastal NCCP/HCP plan area in the final revised critical habitat 
designation for arroyo toad that are not conserved and managed will 
provide additional protection under section 7(a) of the Act when there 
is a Federal nexus, and designation may act as an educational tool for 
the public regarding the conservation of arroyo toad and the physical 
and biological features essential to the conservation of the species. 
Therefore designation of these areas will provide an educational 
benefit by focusing attention on the specific lands within Orange 
County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP that are essential to the species' 
recovery so that conservation efforts are directed toward those areas. 
We also anticipate a potential regulatory benefit from designation for 
activities on these lands with a Federal nexus and some ancillary 
benefit from other laws such as CEQA and NEPA from designating these 
areas as critical habitat.
    Approximately 1,259 ac (508 ha) are currently being managed under 
management plans developed in part because the area is a participating 
NCCP/HCP jurisdiction. The exclusion

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of conserved areas in Unit 8 within the Orange County Central-Coastal 
NCCP/HCP plan area will benefit the partnership that we have with the 
County of Orange and other participating property owners, and encourage 
the conservation of lands associated with the development and 
implementation of future HCPs.
    An example of a recognized benefit of the importance of the Orange 
County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and the partnerships with the 
permittees is the establishment of the conservation easement in the 
NRPPA. During the development stage of the Orange County Central-
Coastal NCCP/HCP (as described above), the permittees, CDFG, and the 
Service recognized there was a lack of biological information and 
conservation commitments to include the area now known as the NRPPA 
into the HCP. The HCP permittees decided to address this area 
separately to prevent stalling the anticipated conservation afforded by 
the finalization of the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP. The 
participating permittee and owner of the NRPPA, the Irvine Company, 
agreed to not only commit to the conservation strategy of the Orange 
County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP, but also to continue to work with the 
CDFG and Service to develop an ecosystem-based conservation plan for 
the NRPPA. As a result of this commitment, a conservation easement was 
established with management and monitoring of the area in perpetuity, 
which includes protection of arroyo toad habitat identified as 
essential to the conservation of the species. Therefore, conservation 
associated with the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP permittees, 
including the Irvine Company who committed to conserving NRPPA lands, 
may not have been realized had it not been for the continued 
conservation commitment made by the permittees.
    In summary, we find that excluding from critical habitat areas that 
are receiving long-term conservation and management for the purpose of 
protecting the arroyo toad (Unit 8) will preserve our partnership with 
the permittees in the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and 
encourage the conservation of lands associated with development and 
implementation of future HCPs. These partnership benefits are 
significant and outweigh the small potential regulatory, educational, 
and ancillary benefits of including these portions of Unit 8 in 
critical habitat for the arroyo toad. We find that including lands as 
critical habitat that are not yet receiving long-term conservation and 
management within Unit 8 will provide additional regulatory protection 
under section 7(a) of the Act when there is a Federal nexus, and will 
provide an educational benefit by focusing conservation efforts by the 
Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP permittees on conservation and 
management of these specific essential habitat areas for the arroyo 
toad and educating the public about importance of these areas for the 
conservation of this species. Designation may also result in some 
ancillary benefits under other laws. Therefore, designating these areas 
as critical habitat for the arroyo toad will provide educational as 
well as some regulatory and ancillary benefits to the species. While we 
acknowledge that excluding these areas under section 4(b)(2) of the Act 
would provide a benefit to the partnership that we have with the 
permittees under the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP, we have 
not concluded that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the educational 
benefit along with the potential regulatory and ancillary benefits to 
the conservation of the species in these areas of Unit 8. Therefore, 
the Secretary is declining to exercise his discretion to exclude 52 ac 
(21 ha) of land within the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP plan 
area in Unit 8 from this final revised critical habitat designation.
Exclusion Will Not Result in Extinction of the Species--Unit 8, Orange 
County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP
    We determined exclusion of 1,259 ac (508 ha) of land in Unit 8 
within the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP planning area from 
the final revised critical habitat designation for the arroyo toad will 
not result in extinction of the species. These areas are permanently 
conserved and managed to provide a benefit to arroyo toad and its 
habitat, thus providing assurances that the species will not go extinct 
as a result of exclusion from critical habitat designation. Therefore, 
based on the above discussion, the Secretary is exercising his 
discretion to exclude approximately 1,259 ac (508 ha) of land in Unit 8 
from this final critical habitat designation.

Orange County Southern Subregion HCP

    We determined that approximately 4,915 ac (1,984 ha) of land in 
Subunits 10a, 10b, and 11a owned by or under the jurisdiction of the 
permittees of the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP meet the 
definition of critical habitat under the Act. In making our final 
decision with regard to these lands, we considered several factors 
including our relationships with participating jurisdictions and other 
stakeholders, conservation measures and management that are in place on 
these lands, and impacts to current and future partnerships. Under 
section 4(b)(2) of the Act, for the reasons discussed in the following 
sections, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude 2,179 
ac (882 ha), or 44 percent, of land within the Orange County Southern 
Subregion HCP plan area in Subunits 10a, 10b, and 11a from this final 
revised critical habitat designation. The Secretary is declining to 
exercise his discretion to exclude 2,736 ac (1,107 ha), or 56 percent, 
of land within the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP plan area in 
Subunits 10a and 11a in this final revised critical habitat 
designation. As described in our analysis below, this conclusion was 
reached after considering the relevant impacts of specifying these 
areas as critical habitat.
    The Orange County Southern Subregion HCP is a large-scale HCP 
encompassing approximately 86,021 ac (34,811 ha) in southern Orange 
County (including lands within portions of Subunits 10a, 10b, and 11a). 
Originally developed as the Southern Subregion Natural Community 
Conservation Plan/Master Streambed Alteration Agreement/Habitat 
Conservation Plan, we now refer to the plan as the Orange County 
Southern Subregion HCP. Although the plan is intended to be a 
subregional plan under the State of California's Natural Community 
Conservation Planning (NCCP) Act of 2001, the NCCP has not yet been 
permitted by the California Department of Fish and Game. On January 10, 
2007, the Service approved the Habitat Conservation Plan and issued 
incidental take permits (TE144105-0, TE144113-0, and TE144140-0) under 
section 10(a)(1)(B) of the Act to the three permittees for a period of 
75 years. We concluded in our biological opinion (Service 2007, p. 66) 
that implementation of the plan, as proposed, was not likely to 
jeopardize the continued existence of the arroyo toad. Our 
determination was based on permanent protection of arroyo toad 
populations within the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP plan area 
combined with long-term management and monitoring actions within its 
habitat reserve that will help sustain arroyo toad in the area and 
contribute to the range-wide conservation of the species (Service 2007, 
p. 67).
    The Orange County Southern Subregion HCP was developed by the 
County of Orange (County), Rancho Mission Viejo, LLC (Rancho Mission 
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District (Water District) to address impacts resulting from residential 
and associated infrastructure development to 32 species including the 
arroyo toad. The Orange County Southern Subregion HCP is a multi-
species conservation program that minimizes and mitigates expected 
habitat loss and associated incidental take of covered species.
    The Orange County Southern Subregion HCP addresses development and 
associated infrastructure on Rancho Mission Viejo lands, installation 
and maintenance of infrastructure by the Water District, expansion of 
Prima Deshecha Landfill by the County, and monitoring and adaptive 
management of covered species on reserve lands.
    The Orange County Southern Subregion HCP will establish 
approximately 30,426 ac (12,313 ha) of habitat reserve, which will 
consist primarily of land owned by Rancho Mission Viejo and three pre-
existing County parks (Service 2007, pp. 10 and 19). The HCP provides 
for a large, biologically diverse and permanent habitat reserve that 
will protect: (1) Large blocks of natural vegetation communities that 
provide habitat for the covered species; (2) ``important'' and 
``major'' populations of the covered species in key locations; (3) 
wildlife corridors and habitat linkages that connect the large habitat 
blocks and covered species populations to each other, the Cleveland 
National Forest, and the adjacent Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/
HCP; and (4) the underlying hydrogeomorphic processes that support the 
major vegetation communities providing habitat for the covered species 
(Service 2007, p. 10).
    The overall habitat reserve will be managed and monitored according 
to the collective Habitat Reserve Management and Monitoring Program 
(Habitat Reserve Management Program). The Habitat Reserve Management 
Program focuses on the development and implementation of a coordinated 
monitoring and management program to sustain and enhance species 
populations, including arroyo toad, and their habitats over the long 
term, while adapting management actions to new information and changing 
habitat conditions. The management program is comprised of two 
components: (1) An ongoing management program on County park lands 
within the habitat reserve; and (2) an adaptive management program that 
will be implemented on the Rancho Mission Viejo portion of the habitat 
reserve and on selected portions of the County park lands within the 
habitat reserve (Service 2007, p. 12).
    In addition to the creation of a habitat reserve, the following 
conservation measures specific to arroyo toad and its habitat include:
    (1) Potential impacts to arroyo toads associated with construction 
activities on Rancho Mission Viejo will be avoided and minimized 
through preparation of Biological Resources Construction Plans in 
coordination with the Service;
    (2) Potential impacts to arroyo toad habitat from grazing 
activities will be addressed through implementation of the Grazing 
Management Plan, which includes the management of grazing activities 
and restoration of upland habitat with native grasses and coastal sage 
scrub;
    (3) Implementation of the Invasive Species Control Plan on Rancho 
Mission Viejo will result in removal of nonnative plant species that 
degrade aquatic habitats and removal of aquatic predators of the arroyo 
toad;
    (4) Through Water Quality Management Plans, flow duration (which 
influences channel morphology) and water quality will be maintained 
such that hydrologic conditions of concern such as erosion or 
sedimentation or pollutants of concern will be addressed;
    (5) A detailed monitoring program for the arroyo toad at a species-
specific level and also habitat-landscape level will be developed in 
coordination with the Service (Service 2007, pp. 62-64); and
    (6) Removal of nonnative plant species that degrade aquatic 
habitats occupied by the arroyo toad will be conducted on County lands 
to offset impacts to aquatic habitat associated with expansion of the 
County's Prima Deshecha Landfill.
    Below is a brief overview of the lands in Subunits 10a, 10b, and 
11a that, based on the reasoning provided in the following sections, 
the Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude under section 
4(b)(2) of the Act, and how these areas are conserved and managed 
consistent with the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP.
    Approximately 1,608 ac (651 ha) of County park lands in Subunit 10a 
within the Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park (Caspers Wilderness Park) 
is covered by the Ronald W. Caspers Wilderness Park General Development 
Plan Phase III Habitat Conservation Program (Caspers Wilderness Park 
Program). The Caspers Wilderness Park Program functions as an 
operational program to ensure protection of existing biological 
communities and sensitive plant and animal species through 
implementation of, at minimum: (1) An ongoing review of sensitive 
habitat areas; and (2) identification of site specific operational 
directives for the protection of habitats, which include a mechanism 
for review and adjustment of directives in light of new information 
(Lewis 1987, pp. 1-1 and 2-11). Approximately 509 ac (206 ha) of County 
parks lands in Subunit 10b within O'Neill Regional Park is covered by 
the O'Neill Regional Park Resource Management Plan. The goals of this 
plan are: (1) To insure the protection and preservation of the natural 
and cultural resources within the park through the development of 
recommended management tools (such as resource management checklists, 
interpretive programs, mitigation programs, and the hiring of a 
resource monitor); and (2) to maintain a viable ecosystem, a 
recreational opportunity, and visual quality inherent to the park by 
developing a comprehensive understanding of park resource systems and 
interrelationships, and directing future planning efforts to insure 
their protection (County of Orange 1989, pp. 1-1, 11-3 and 11-4). 
Therefore, the Caspers Wilderness Park Program and the O'Neill Regional 
Park Resource Management Plan provide protection to proposed arroyo 
toad critical habitat through the conservation and management of these 
areas that may otherwise be left unprotected.
    Approximately 23 ac (9 ha) of the portion of Subunit 10a within the 
Orange County Southern Subregion HCP plan area is conserved and managed 
in Planning Area 1 Open Space. These lands are owned by Rancho Mission 
Viejo and consist of two areas: (1) An area placed under a perpetual 
conservation easement; and (2) an area subject to a declaration of 
irrevocable covenant, both recorded on January 14, 2010 (County of 
Orange 2010a, p. 1; County of Orange 2010b, pp. 1-9; County of Orange 
2010c, pp. 1-32). The preservation of Rancho Mission Viejo open space 
lands in the San Juan Creek watershed (Subunit 10a) is occurring under 
the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP under a phased dedication 
program consisting of a two-step process including: (1) The phased 
recordation of irrevocable covenants by affected landowners on or 
before the commencement of each new development phase, at which time 
the areas subject to the irrevocable covenants will be enrolled in the 
habitat reserve and become subject to the Habitat Reserve Management 
Program, followed by (2) the phased recordation of conservation 
easements as soon as practicable but no later than 3 years

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following recordation of the corresponding irrevocable covenants (Dudek 
and Associates 2007, Attachment 1, p. 1). Thus, these areas within 
Planning Area 1 Open Space are permanently protected and managed in the 
habitat reserve pursuant to the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP 
(Dudek and Associates 2007, pp. 20 and 71).
    Approximately 39 ac (16 ha) of Subunit 11a within Orange County 
Southern Subregion HCP is conserved and managed in Donna O'Neill Land 
Conservancy. The Donna O'Neill Land Conservancy was established in 1990 
to offset impacts associated with nearby development in the City of San 
Clemente. This approximately 1,200 ac (484 ha) property is owned by 
Rancho Mission Viejo and permanently conserved under a conservation 
easement deed held by the Donna O'Neill Land Conservancy, a non-profit 
conservancy group. Management is funded through a non-wasting 
endowment, grants, and membership dues. Additionally, the conservation 
easement will be transferred to the Rancho Mission Viejo Land 
Conservancy (a non-profit entity responsible for collection, 
investment, and distribution of funding for the benefit, preservation, 
and enhancement of habitat reserve lands within Rancho Mission Viejo), 
pending approval by the San Clemente City Council. The city council 
recently voted 5-0 to approve the transfer in concept, subject to 
formal documents being provided to the council for review and approval. 
Once transferred, these lands will be enrolled in the habitat reserve 
and therefore become subject to the Habitat Reserve Management Program 
under the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP (Dudek and Associates 
2007, p. 35). Thus, the Donna O'Neill Land Conservancy provides 
protection to the arroyo toad and its proposed critical habitat through 
the conservation and management of an area that may otherwise be left 
unprotected.
    Below is an analysis of the relative benefits of inclusion and 
exclusion of lands within Subunits 10a, 10b, and 11a for which the 
Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude from this final 
revised critical habitat designation.
Benefits of Inclusion--Orange County Southern Subregion HCP
    The principal benefit of including an area in a critical habitat 
designation is the requirement of Federal agencies to ensure actions 
they fund, authorize, or carry out are not likely to result in the 
destruction or adverse modification of any designated critical habitat, 
the regulatory standard of section 7(a)(2) of the Act under which 
consultation is completed. Federal agencies must consult with the 
Service on actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid 
destroying or adversely modifying critical habitat. Federal agencies 
must also consult with us on actions that may affect a listed species 
and refrain from undertaking actions that are likely to jeopardize the 
continued existence of such species. The analysis of effects to 
critical habitat is a separate and different analysis from that of the 
effects to the species. Therefore, the difference in outcomes of these 
two analyses represents the regulatory benefit of critical habitat. For 
some species (including the arroyo toad), and in some locations, the 
outcome of these analyses will be similar, because effects to habitat 
will often also result in effects to the species. However, the 
regulatory standard is different, as the jeopardy analysis investigates 
the action's impact to survival and recovery of the species, while the 
adverse modification analysis investigates the action's effects to the 
designated habitat's contribution to conservation. This will, in many 
instances, lead to different results and different regulatory 
requirements. Thus, critical habitat designations may provide greater 
benefits to the recovery of a species than would listing alone.
    Any protections provided by critical habitat that are redundant 
with protections already in place reduce the benefits of inclusion in 
critical habitat. The consultation provisions under section 7(a)(2) of 
the Act constitute the regulatory benefits of designating lands as 
critical habitat. As discussed above, Federal agencies must consult 
with us on actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid 
destroying or adversely modifying critical habitat. Critical habitat 
may provide a regulatory benefit for the arroyo toad when there is a 
Federal nexus present for a project that might adversely modify 
critical habitat. Specifically, we expect projects in wetland areas 
would require a 404 permit under the Clean Water Act from the U.S. Army 
Corps of Engineers. Therefore, critical habitat would have an 
additional regulatory benefit to the conservation of the arroyo toad by 
prohibiting adverse modification of habitat essential to the 
conservation of this species. Approximately 44 percent of lands 
proposed for designation within the Orange County Southern Subregion 
HCP plan area (i.e., County park lands, Planning Area 1 Open Space 
conserved lands, and Donna O'Neill Land Conservancy lands) in Subunits 
10a, 10b, and 11a are conserved and managed under the Orange County 
Southern Subregion HCP; therefore, Federal actions that could adversely 
affect the arroyo toad or its habitat are unlikely to occur in these 
areas. If such actions do occur, it is likely that the protections 
provided the species and its habitat under section 7(a)(2) of the Act 
would be largely redundant with the protections offered by the Orange 
County Southern Subregion HCP. Thus, we expect the regulatory benefit 
of including these areas in critical habitat would be minimal. 
Approximately 56 percent of land proposed for designation within the 
Orange County Southern Subregion HCP plan area are not conserved and 
managed. Thus, we believe there are regulatory benefits of critical 
habitat designation in these areas for the arroyo toad because it may 
provide a regulatory benefit when there is a Federal nexus present for 
a project that might adversely modify critical habitat.
    Another possible benefit of including lands in critical habitat is 
public education regarding the potential conservation value of an area 
that may help focus conservation efforts on areas of high conservation 
value for certain species. Any information about the arroyo toad and 
its habitat that reaches a wide audience, including parties engaged in 
conservation activities, is valuable. The inclusion of lands in the 
arroyo toad proposed and final revised critical habitat designation 
that are not conserved and managed is beneficial to the species because 
the proposed and final rules identify those lands that require 
management for the conservation of the arroyo toad. The process of 
proposing and finalizing revised critical habitat provided the 
opportunity for peer review and public comment on habitat we determined 
meets the definition of critical habitat. This process is valuable to 
land owners and managers in prioritizing conservation and management of 
identified areas. Because the habitat identified in County park lands, 
Planning Area 1 Open Space conserved lands, and Donna O'Neill Land 
Conservancy within Subunits 10a, 10b, and 11a is already conserved and 
managed under the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP (approximately 
44 percent of land within the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP plan 
area that meets the definition of critical habitat), no educational 
benefits would be realized in this area. The remaining 56 percent of 
land proposed as revised critical habitat within the Orange County 
Southern Subregion HCP plan area is

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not conserved and managed, and there are educational benefits of 
including these areas because designation may act as a tool for the 
public regarding the conservation of arroyo toad and the physical and 
biological features essential to the conservation of the species.
    The designation of arroyo toad critical habitat may also strengthen 
or reinforce some of the provisions in other State and Federal laws, 
such as CEQA or NEPA. These laws analyze the potential for projects to 
significantly affect the environment. In Orange County, the additional 
protections associated with critical habitat may be beneficial in areas 
not currently conserved. Critical habitat may signal the presence of 
sensitive habitat that could otherwise be missed in the review process 
for these other environmental laws.
    In summary, we believe that designating critical habitat would 
provide minimal regulatory benefits under section 7(a)(2) of the Act in 
areas meeting the definition of critical habitat that are conserved and 
managed, nor will any additional educational benefits be realized under 
these circumstances. In areas that are not currently conserved and 
managed, we believe there are regulatory and educational benefits of 
critical habitat designation.
Benefits of Exclusion--Orange County Southern Subregion HCP
    We believe conservation benefits would be realized by forgoing 
designation of critical habitat for the arroyo toad on lands covered by 
the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP including: (1) Continuance and 
strengthening of our effective working relationships with all Orange 
County Southern Subregion HCP stakeholders to promote conservation of 
the arroyo toad and its habitat; (2) allowance for continued meaningful 
collaboration and cooperation in working toward species recovery, 
including conservation benefits that might not otherwise occur; (3) 
encouragement of local jurisdictions to fully participate in the Orange 
County Southern Subregion HCP; and (4) encouragement of additional HCP 
and other conservation plan development in the future on other lands 
for this and other federally listed and sensitive species. In the case 
of arroyo toad in Orange County, the partnership and commitment by the 
permittees of the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP resulted in 
lands being conserved and managed for the long term that will 
contribute to the recovery of the species.
    We developed close partnerships with all participating entities 
through the development of the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP, 
which incorporates substantial protections and management for the 
arroyo toad, its habitat, and the features essential to the 
conservation of this species. Additionally, many landowners perceive 
critical habitat as an unfair and unnecessary regulatory burden given 
the expense and time involved in developing and implementing complex 
regional and jurisdiction-wide HCPs, such as the Orange County Southern 
Subregion HCP (as discussed further in Comment 29 below in the Summary 
of Comments and Recommendations section of this rule). Exclusion of 
Orange County Southern Subregion HCP lands could help preserve the 
partnership we developed with the County of Orange and other permittees 
in the development of the HCP, and foster future partnerships and 
development of future HCPs, and encourage the establishment of future 
conservation and management of habitat for the arroyo toad and other 
sensitive species.
    The Orange County Southern Subregion HCP provides substantial 
protection and management for the arroyo toad and the physical and 
biological features essential to the conservation of the species, and 
addresses conservation issues from a coordinated, integrated 
perspective rather than a piecemeal, project-by-project approach (as 
would occur under sections 7 of the Act or smaller HCPs), thus 
resulting in coordinated landscape-scale conservation that can 
contribute to genetic diversity by preserving covered species 
populations, habitat, and interconnected linkage areas that support 
recovery of the arroyo toad and other listed species. It is important 
that we encourage participation in such plans and encourage voluntary 
coverage of listed plant species in such plans. Additionally, many 
landowners perceive critical habitat as an unfair and unnecessary 
regulatory burden given the expense and time involved in developing and 
implementing complex regional and jurisdiction-wide HCPs, such as the 
Orange County Southern Subregion HCP. Exclusion of Orange County 
Southern Subregion HCP lands would help preserve the partnerships we 
developed with the County of Orange and other stakeholders in the 
development of the HCP, and foster future partnerships and development 
of future HCPs.
    In summary, we believe excluding land covered by the Orange County 
Southern Subregion HCP from critical habitat could provide the 
significant benefit of maintaining existing regional HCP partnerships 
and fostering new ones.
Weighing Benefits of Exclusion Against Benefits of Inclusion--Orange 
County Southern Subregion HCP
    We reviewed and evaluated the benefits of inclusion and benefits of 
exclusion for all lands owned by or under the jurisdiction of Orange 
County Southern Subregion HCP permittees as critical habitat for the 
arroyo toad. The benefits of including lands already conserved and 
managed in the critical habitat designation are small. Approximately 
1,608 ac (651 ha) of land in Subunit 10a within Caspers Wilderness 
Park, approximately 509 ac (206 ha) of land in Subunit 10b within 
O'Neill Regional Park, approximately 23 ac (9 ha) of land in Subunit 
10a within Planning Area 1 Open Space, and approximately 39 ac (16 ha) 
of land in Subunit 11a within Donna O'Neill Land Conservancy are 
already managed and conserved, and provide a benefit to the arroyo 
toad. There is also no educational or ancillary benefit of designating 
critical habitat in these conserved areas; educational information 
regarding the importance of these areas was identified during the 
development and implementation of the Orange County Southern Subregion 
HCP, and potential ancillary benefits are negligible. Similarly, the 
regulatory benefit provided by a critical habitat designation is small 
because it is partially redundant with the existing protection of these 
areas under the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP. Therefore, we do 
not believe critical habitat designation for the arroyo toad within 
these areas will provide significant regulatory, educational, or 
ancillary benefits for these areas.
    In contrast, including lands within the Orange County Southern 
Subregion HCP plan area in the final revised critical habitat 
designation for arroyo toad that are not conserved and managed will 
provide additional protection under section 7(a) of the Act when there 
is a Federal nexus, and designation may act as an educational tool for 
the public regarding the conservation of arroyo toad and the physical 
and biological features essential to the conservation of the species. 
Therefore designation of these areas will provide an educational 
benefit by focusing attention on the specific lands within Orange 
County Southern Subregion HCP plan area that are essential to the 
species' recovery so that conservation efforts are directed toward 
those areas. We also anticipate a potential regulatory benefit from

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designation for actions requiring a Federal nexus in connection with 
activities on these lands and some ancillary benefit from other laws 
such as CEQA and NEPA from designating these areas as critical habitat.
    The lands in Subunit 10a within Caspers Wilderness Park, in Subunit 
10b within O'Neill Regional Park, in Subunit 10a within Planning Area 1 
Open Space, and in Subunit 11a within Donna O'Neill Land Conservancy 
are currently being managed under management plans developed in part 
because the areas are within a participating HCP jurisdiction. The 
exclusion of conserved areas of Subunits 10a, 10b, and 11a will benefit 
the partnership that we have with the County of Orange and other 
permittees under the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP, and 
encourage the conservation of lands associated with the development and 
implementation of future HCPs.
    In summary, we find that excluding from critical habitat areas that 
are receiving long-term conservation and management for the purpose of 
protecting the arroyo toad (Subunits 10a, 10b, and 11a) will preserve 
our partnership with the permittees in the Orange County Southern 
Subregion HCP and encourage the conservation of lands associated with 
development and implementation of future HCPs. These partnership 
benefits are significant and outweigh the small potential regulatory, 
educational, and ancillary benefits of including these portions of 
Subunits 10a, 10b, and 11a in critical habitat for the arroyo toad. We 
find that including lands as critical habitat that are not yet 
receiving long-term conservation and management within Subunits 10a, 
10b, and 11a will provide additional regulatory protection under 
section 7(a) of the Act when there is a Federal nexus, and will provide 
an educational benefit by focusing conservation efforts by the Orange 
County Southern Subregion HCP permittees on conservation and management 
of these specific essential habitat areas for the arroyo toad and 
educating the public about importance of these areas for the 
conservation of this species. Designation may also result in some 
ancillary benefits under other laws. Therefore, designating these areas 
as critical habitat for the arroyo toad will provide educational as 
well as some regulatory and ancillary benefits to the species. While we 
acknowledge that excluding these areas under section 4(b)(2) of the Act 
would provide a benefit to the partnership that we have with the 
permittees under the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP, we have not 
concluded that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the educational 
benefit along with the potential regulatory and ancillary benefits to 
the conservation of the species in these areas of Subunits 10a, 10b, 
and 11a. Therefore, the Secretary is declining to exercise his 
discretion to exclude 2,736 ac (1,107 ha) of land within the Orange 
County Southern Subregion HCP plan area in Subunits 10a and 11a in this 
final revised critical habitat designation.
Exclusion Will Not Result in Extinction of the Species--Subunits 10a, 
10b, and 11a, Orange County Southern Subregion HCP
    We determined that the exclusion of approximately 2,179 ac (882 ha) 
of land in Subunits 10a, 10b, and 11a within the Orange County Southern 
Subregion HCP planning area from the final revised critical habitat 
designation for the arroyo toad will not result in extinction of the 
species. These areas are permanently conserved and managed to provide a 
benefit to arroyo toad and its habitat, thus providing assurances that 
the species will not go extinct as a result of exclusion from critical 
habitat. Therefore, based on the above discussion, the Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude approximately 2,179 ac (882 ha) of 
land in Subunits 10a, 10b, and 11a from this final revised critical 
habitat designation.

Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Tribal Lands

    In accordance with the Secretarial Order 3206, ``American Indian 
Tribal Rights, Federal-Tribal Trust Responsibilities, and the 
Endangered Species Act'' (June 5, 1997); the President's memorandum of 
April 29, 1994, ``Government-to-Government Relations with Native 
American Tribal Governments'' (59 FR 22951); Executive Order 13175; and 
the relevant provision of the Departmental Manual of the Department of 
the Interior (512 DM 2), we believe that fish, wildlife, and other 
natural resources on tribal lands are better managed under tribal 
authorities, policies, and programs than through Federal regulation 
wherever possible and practicable. Based on this philosophy, we believe 
that, in most cases, designation of tribal lands as critical habitat 
provides very little additional benefit to the arroyo toad. Conversely, 
such designation is often viewed by tribes as an unwarranted and 
unwanted intrusion into tribal self-governance, thus compromising the 
government-to-government relationship essential to achieving our mutual 
goals of managing for healthy ecosystems upon which the viability of 
threatened and endangered species populations depend. We take into 
consideration our partnerships and existing conservation actions that 
tribes have implemented or are currently implementing when conducting 
our analysis under section 4(b)(2) of the Act in the final revised 
critical habitat designation. We also take into consideration 
conservation actions that are planned (such as a Memorandum of 
Understanding addressing arroyo toad conservation that is under 
development between the Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), and 
affected tribes (as discussed in detail below)) as part of our ongoing 
commitment to the government-to-government relationship with tribes. 
Section 4(b)(2) of the Act allows the Secretary to exclude areas from 
critical habitat based on economic impacts, impacts to National 
security, or other relevant impacts if the Secretary determines that 
the benefits of such exclusion outweigh the benefits of designating the 
area as critical habitat. However, an exclusion cannot occur if it will 
result in the extinction of the species concerned.
    We determined approximately 4,046 ac (1,636 ha) of lands owned by 
or under the jurisdiction of six tribes contain the physical and 
biological features essential to the conservation of arroyo toad, and 
therefore meet the definition of critical habitat under the Act. These 
tribal lands are found within Units 14, 16, 17, and 18 and are owned by 
or under the jurisdiction of the following tribes: the Rincon Band of 
Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians; the Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission 
Indians; the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation; the Mesa Grande Band 
of Diegueno Mission Indians; and the Barona Group of Capitan Grande 
Band of Mission Indians and the Viejas (Baron Long) Group of Capitan 
Grande Band of Mission Indians, which jointly manage the Capitan Grande 
Band of Diegueno Mission Indians Reservation. In making our final 
decision with regard to these tribal lands, we considered several 
factors, including Secretarial Order 3206, Executive Order 13175, the 
President's memorandum on ``Government-to-Government Relations with 
Native American Tribal Governments'' (59 FR 22951; April 29, 1994), 
conservation measures in place on these lands that may benefit arroyo 
toad, economic impacts to the tribes, our relationship with the tribes, 
and impacts to current and future partnerships with the affected tribes 
and other tribes we coordinate with on endangered and threatened 
species issues. Under section 4(b)(2) of the Act,

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the Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude approximately 
3,000 ac (1,214 ha) of land comprised of all reservation lands and 
lands we anticipate to be reservation lands in the near future from 
this final revised critical habitat designation. The Secretary is 
declining to exercise his discretion to exclude approximately 1,046 ac 
(422 ha) of tribal fee-owned land that is off-reservation (not under 
the jurisdiction of tribal governments) in Units 14 and 18 in this 
final revised critical habitat designation. As described in our 
analysis below, this conclusion was reached after considering the 
relevant impacts of specifying these areas as critical habitat.
    The Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians Reservation 
encompasses approximately 4,026 ac (1,625 ha) in northern San Diego 
County, which includes approximately 1,071 ac (433 ha) that meet the 
definition of arroyo toad critical habitat in Unit 14. The Rincon Band 
of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians developed an arroyo toad management 
plan in 2005 that provides guidelines for the protection and management 
of arroyo toad habitat within an approximately 97 ac (39 ha) of the 
Habitat Management Plan area, all of which meet the definition of 
critical habitat. Specific tasks that will be implemented include: (1) 
Removal and monitoring of nonnative species within the plan area that 
pose an arroyo toad threat; (2) monthly removal and monitoring of trash 
and debris within the plan area; (3) maintenance and monitoring of oil 
and grease traps at the edge of facility parking lots; (4) assessment 
and monthly monitoring of vehicle, livestock, and other incursions 
(such as trespassing) into the plan area; (5) reporting of unauthorized 
activities within the plan area to the Service; (6) development of an 
arroyo toad education program; and (7) placement of signs at regular 
intervals along the plan area boundary.
    The Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians Reservation 
encompasses approximately 12,429 ac (5,018 ha) in northern San Diego 
County, which includes approximately 1,662 ac (673 ha) that meet the 
definition of critical habitat in Unit 14. The reservation is located 
in the Middle San Luis Rey River basin approximately 6 miles (9.7 km) 
east of Interstate 15 on California Highway 76. The town of Pala is 
located along California Highway 76 in approximately the center of the 
reservation. The reservation was established for the Cupeno and 
Luise[ntilde]o Indians, who considered themselves to be one 
``people''--Pala. The Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians 
developed a Master Plan in 2005 that is currently being implemented to 
guide management and land use on the reservation. Additionally, the 
tribe has developed a management plan to address arroyo toad resource 
management and conservation, which outlines the following conservation 
goals to benefit the species: (1) Maintenance of designated open space 
and waterways for arroyo toad along Pala Creek and the San Luis Rey 
River; (2) encouragement of allottees (owners of individual allotments 
within reservation lands) to locate new construction away from inland 
areas; (3) replacement of the Lilac Extension vehicle crossing of the 
San Luis Rey River with a bridge; (4) reduction of off-highway vehicle 
activity by establishing a designated area for these activities outside 
arroyo toad habitat; (5) purchasing adjacent property known to be 
occupied by arroyo toads and conserving occupied areas; (6) 
discouraging development of six allotments within the San Luis Rey 
River; and (7) removal of nonnative species within arroyo toad habitat 
corridors.
    The Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation Reservation encompasses 
approximately 806 ac (325 ha) in southern San Diego County, which 
includes approximately 22 ac (9 ha) that meet the definition of 
critical habitat in Unit 18. Additionally, approximately 130 ac (53 ha) 
of lands within Unit 18 are anticipated to be transferred to the 
reservation in the near future. The Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation 
has two land management plans in place relevant to their reservation 
that provide direct and indirect arroyo toad benefits on the 
reservation: an Interim Land Use Master Plan that was adopted by the 
Sycuan General Council on January 10, 2002 (BRG 2002), and the Sycuan 
Tribal Environmental Plan that was approved by the Tribal Council in 
June 2003 (Sycuan 2003). The Land Use Master Plan provides recommended 
land use planning for the reservation and additional surrounding 
properties that are to be brought into Trust, and is based on 
preservation of sensitive environmental and tribal resources (BRG 2002, 
p. 1). The Sycuan Tribal Environmental Plan includes policies, 
procedures, and guidance that are in compliance with the Tribal 
Environmental Policy Act (Sycuan 2003, p. 1). The Sycuan Tribal 
Environmental Plan outlines procedures for environmental planning, 
project implementation, and operations that minimize adverse 
considerations where potential negative impacts to human health and the 
environment could occur. Additionally, the Sycuan Tribal Environmental 
Plan promotes environmental protection through responsible management 
practices that will benefit conservation of endangered and threatened 
species and their habitat, including arroyo toad. Conservation measures 
are organized into the following categories outlined in more detail in 
the ``Sycuan Conservation Strategy and Conservation Measures Plan'' 
(Conservation Plan) portion of the Sycuan Tribal Environmental Plan: 
(1) Conservation area site selection, design, and management; (2) land 
cover type conservation measures; and (3) species-specific conservation 
measures (which protect and restore populations and habitat of each 
covered species) (Sycuan 2003, p. 5). The overall Conservation Plan 
includes the following types of conservation measures for arroyo toad 
and other covered species: (1) Protection of existing habitat for 
compliance and species recovery; (2) enhancement of existing habitat; 
(3) restoration to create new habitat; (4) management of habitat to 
maintain and preserve ecological functions; (5) avoidance and 
minimization of direct impacts on individuals and habitat of covered 
species; (6) population enhancement measures that directly or 
indirectly increase abundance of covered species; and (7) research 
necessary to improve conservation measure effectiveness (Sycuan 2003, 
pp. 5-6).
    The Mesa Grande Reservation, which is owned and managed by the Mesa 
Grande Band of Diegueno Mission Indians, is situated in the hills above 
Sutherland Reservoir near the mountain community of Santa Ysabel, which 
is approximately 35 miles northeast of San Diego, San Diego County. The 
reservation encompasses approximately 1,818 ac (734 ha) of land, which 
includes approximately 23 ac (9 ha) that meet the definition of 
critical habitat in Unit 16. Although there is no arroyo toad 
management plan for the Mesa Grande Reservation, the Service, BIA, and 
tribe are currently working together to develop a conservation program 
for arroyo toad and its habitat.
    The Capitan Grande Reservation lands fall within Capitan Grande 
Canyon where the San Diego River once ran, which is approximately 35 
miles (56 km) east of San Diego, San Diego County. The Reservation 
encompasses approximately 15,619 ac (6,306 ha) of land, which includes 
approximately 92 ac (37 ha) that meet the definition of critical 
habitat in Unit 17. An 1875 Presidential Executive Order resulted in 
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Grande Reservation. From this reservation two tribes were formed: the 
Barona Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians of the Barona 
Reservation, and the Viejas (Baron Long) Group of Capitan Grande Band 
of Mission Indians of the Viejas Reservation. The tribes jointly manage 
the Capitan Grande Reservation. Although currently there is no arroyo 
toad management plan for the Capitan Grande Reservation, the Service, 
BIA, and both tribes are currently coordinating to discuss arroyo toad 
management and its habitat on the reservation and will work together to 
promote conservation of arroyo toad and its habitat.
    Lands which meet the definition of critical habitat within the 
Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians Reservation, the Pala 
Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians Reservation, the Mesa Grande 
Reservation, and the Capitan Grande Reservation include a streambed, or 
are on both sides of a streambed, and encompass arroyo toad breeding 
habitat. Activities on lands that meet the definition of critical 
habitat within these four tribal reservations could affect species 
breeding and also potentially affect downstream hydrology and habitat. 
Therefore it is important we build and maintain strong partnerships 
with tribes and work cooperatively to accomplish species recovery 
objectives.
Benefits of Inclusion--Tribal Lands
    The principle benefit of including an area in a critical habitat 
designation is the requirement of Federal agencies to ensure actions 
they fund, authorize, or carry out are not likely to result in the 
destruction or adverse modification of any designated critical habitat, 
the regulatory standard of section 7(a)(2) of the Act under which 
consultation is completed. Federal agencies must consult with the 
Service on actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid 
destroying or adversely modifying critical habitat. Federal agencies 
must also consult with us on actions that may affect a listed species 
and refrain from undertaking actions that are likely to jeopardize the 
continued existence of such species. The analysis of effects to 
critical habitat is a separate and different analysis from that of the 
effects to the species. Therefore, the difference in outcomes of these 
two analyses represents the regulatory benefit of critical habitat. For 
some species (including arroyo toad), and in some locations, the 
outcome of these analyses will be similar, because effects to habitat 
will often also result in effects to the species. However, the 
regulatory standard is different, as the jeopardy analysis investigates 
the action's impact to survival and recovery of the species, while the 
adverse modification analysis investigates the action's effects to the 
designated habitat's contribution to conservation. This will, in many 
instances, lead to different results and different regulatory 
requirements. Thus, critical habitat designations may provide greater 
benefits to the recovery of a species than would listing alone.
    Any protections provided by critical habitat that are redundant 
with protections already in place reduce the benefits of inclusion in 
critical habitat. The consultation provisions under section 7(a) of the 
Act constitute the regulatory benefits of designating lands as critical 
habitat. As discussed above, Federal agencies must consult with us on 
actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid destroying or 
adversely modifying critical habitat. Critical habitat may provide a 
regulatory benefit for arroyo toad when there is a Federal nexus 
present for a project that might adversely modify critical habitat. On 
tribal reservations there is potential for a Federal nexus through the 
BIA for projects that could adversely modify critical habitat. 
Therefore, we anticipate some projects on land that meets the 
definition of critical habitat within Units 14, 16, 17, and 18 will 
require consultation with the Service.
    Another possible benefit of including lands in critical habitat is 
public education regarding the potential conservation value of an area 
that may help focus conservation efforts on areas of high conservation 
value for certain species. Any information about the arroyo toad and 
its habitat that reaches a wide audience, including parties engaged in 
conservation activities, is valuable. The inclusion of tribal fee-owned 
lands (lands that are controlled by local governments) in the arroyo 
toad proposed and final revised critical habitat designation is 
beneficial to the species because the proposed and final rules identify 
those lands that are essential (and may require management) to the 
conservation of the arroyo toad. The process of proposing and 
finalizing revised critical habitat provided the opportunity for peer 
review and public comment on habitat we determined meets the definition 
of critical habitat. This process is valuable to land owners and 
managers in prioritizing conservation and management of identified 
areas. Because of past efforts working with the tribes, we believe 
educational benefits are small on lands controlled by tribal 
governments (tribal reservation lands). In an effort to demonstrate our 
commitment to work closely with the tribes as a partner in protecting 
species while also respecting tribal status, our Regional Director and 
staff of the Pacific Southwest Region met with tribes at a tribal 
listening session held on November 20, 2009, at the University of 
California, Riverside campus at Palm Desert. Carlsbad Fish and Wildlife 
Office (CFWO) staff is conducting ongoing coordination with all the 
affected tribes. CFWO staff coordination includes meetings with 
representatives of the Barona Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission 
Indians and the Viejas (Baron Long) Group of Capitan Grande Band of 
Mission Indians on September 15, 2009, and representatives of the Pala 
Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians on August 11, 2009 to discuss 
development of the proposed critical habitat designation. We believe 
our ongoing coordination with the tribes should provide sufficient 
future education, facilitate development of management plans (for 
reservations that do not currently have management plans), and promote 
arroyo toad conservation on tribal reservation lands.
    The designation of arroyo toad critical habitat may also strengthen 
or reinforce some of the provisions in other State laws such as CEQA 
(on tribal fee-owned lands) and Federal laws, such as NEPA (on all 
tribal lands). These laws analyze the potential for projects to 
significantly affect the environment. The additional protections 
associated with critical habitat may be beneficial in areas not 
currently conserved on tribal lands. Critical habitat may signal the 
presence of sensitive habitat that could otherwise be missed in the 
review process for these other environmental laws.
    We believe that fish, wildlife, and other natural resources on 
tribal lands are better managed under tribal authorities, policies, and 
programs than through Federal regulation wherever possible and 
practicable. Three reservations that include land that meets the 
definition of critical habitat have active management plans that 
contribute to arroyo toad conservation, that provide conservation 
benefits partly redundant with that provided by critical habitat under 
section 7(a) of the Act. We are committed to ongoing meaningful 
collaboration and cooperation with all the affected tribes. For land 
that meets the definition of critical habitat on reservations where 
tribes do not currently have management plans, we will continue to work 
with BIA and affected tribes to develop species and habitat management 
plans to promote arroyo toad conservation.
    In summary, we believe there would likely be some regulatory 
benefits of critical habitat designation on all tribal lands and 
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fee-owned lands. On tribal reservation lands, we believe our ongoing 
coordination with tribes should provide sufficient future education and 
facilitate development of management plans for these areas.
Benefits of Exclusion--Tribal Lands
    We believe significant benefits would be realized by forgoing 
designation of critical habitat on reservation lands managed by the 
Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians, the Pala Band of 
Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians, the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, 
the Mesa Grande Band of Diegueno Mission Indians, the Barona Group of 
Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians, and the Viejas (Baron Long) 
Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians. These benefits 
include:
    (1) Continuance and strengthening of our effective working 
relationships with all tribes to promote conservation of arroyo toad 
and its habitat;
    (2) Allowance for continued meaningful collaboration and 
cooperation in working toward recovering this species, including 
conservation benefits that might not otherwise occur; and
    (3) Encouragement of other tribes to complete management plans in 
the future on other reservations for this and other federally listed 
and sensitive species and engage in meaningful collaboration and 
cooperation.
    Critical habitat designation is often viewed by tribes as an 
unwarranted and unwanted intrusion into tribal self-governance, thus 
compromising the government-to-government relationship essential to 
achieving our mutual goals of managing for healthy ecosystems upon 
which the viability of threatened and endangered species populations 
depend. For example, in comments submitted during the public comment 
periods, the Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians, the Barona 
Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians, and the Viejas (Baron 
Long) Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians indicated 
designation of critical habitat for arroyo toad would negatively impact 
tribal relations. All affected tribes except the Mesa Grande Band of 
Diegueno Mission Indians submitted comments indicating they were 
opposed to critical habitat designation or believed their lands should 
be excluded. Exclusion of these lands from critical habitat will help 
preserve the partnerships we have developed, reinforce those 
relationships we are building with tribes, and foster future 
partnerships and development of future management plans. Therefore, we 
believe excluding tribal reservation lands from critical habitat 
provides the significant benefit of maintaining and strengthening 
existing conservation partnerships and fostering new ones.
Weighing Benefits of Exclusion Against Benefits of Inclusion--Tribal 
Lands
    We reviewed and evaluated the benefits of inclusion and the 
benefits of exclusion of tribal lands as critical habitat for arroyo 
toad. Including tribal lands in the critical habitat designation for 
arroyo toad will provide additional protection under section 7(a) of 
the Act when there is a Federal nexus, and designation may act as an 
educational tool for the public regarding the conservation of arroyo 
toad and the physical and biological features essential to the 
conservation of the species. We also anticipate a potential regulatory 
benefit from designation for actions requiring a Federal nexus in 
connection with activities on these lands and some ancillary benefit 
from other laws such as CEQA and NEPA from designating these areas as 
critical habitat. However, we believe past and future coordination with 
the tribes will provide sufficient education regarding arroyo toad 
habitat conservation needs on tribal reservation lands and therefore 
educational benefits for these areas are small.
    The benefits of excluding tribal reservation lands from critical 
habitat are significant. Exclusion of these lands from critical habitat 
will help preserve the partnerships we have developed and reinforce 
those we are building with the tribes, and foster future partnerships 
and development of management plans. The tribes and BIA emphasized 
through comment letters provided in 2004 and during the public comment 
period their belief that designation of critical habitat on reservation 
land undermines tribal sovereign governmental authority and interferes 
with the cooperative government-to-government trust relationship 
between the tribes and the United States (BIA 2004a, pp. 1-2; BIA 
2004b, p. 2; Barona 2009, p. 2; Rincon 2009, p. 2; Viejas 2009, pp. 4-
5). We are committed to working with our tribal partners to further the 
conservation of arroyo toad and other endangered and threatened 
species. Therefore, in consideration of the relevant impact to our 
government-to-government relationship with the tribes and our current 
and future conservation partnerships, we determined the significant 
benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of critical habitat 
designation.
    In summary, we find that the exclusion of tribal reservation lands 
from this final revised critical habitat will preserve our partnerships 
with the tribes and foster future development of habitat management 
plans. These partnership benefits are significant and outweigh the 
potential regulatory and educational benefits of including these 
portions of Units 14, 16, 17, and 18 in final revised critical habitat 
for the arroyo toad. We find that including tribal fee-owned lands as 
critical habitat within Units 14 and 18 will provide additional 
regulatory protection under section 7(a) of the Act when there is a 
Federal nexus, and will provide an educational benefit by focusing 
conservation efforts by the County of San Diego and other local 
jurisdictions on conservation and management of these specific 
essential habitat areas for the arroyo toad and educating the public 
about importance of these areas for the conservation of this species. 
Designation may also result in some ancillary benefits under other 
laws. Therefore, designating these areas as critical habitat for the 
arroyo toad will provide educational as well as some regulatory and 
ancillary benefits to the species. While we acknowledge that excluding 
these areas under section 4(b)(2) of the Act would provide a benefit to 
the partnership that we have with tribes, we have not concluded that 
the benefits of exclusion outweigh the educational benefit along with 
the potential regulatory and ancillary benefits to the conservation of 
the species and its essential habitat in these areas of Units 14 and 
18. Therefore, the Secretary is declining to exercise his discretion to 
exclude 1,046 ac (422 ha) of tribal fee-owned land that is off-
reservation (not under the jurisdiction of tribes) in Units 14 and 18 
in this final revised critical habitat designation.
Exclusion Will Not Result in Extinction of the Species--Tribal Lands
    We determined that the exclusion of 3,000 ac (1,214 ha) of tribal 
reservation land and future reservation land from the revised 
designation of arroyo toad critical habitat will not result in 
extinction of the species. The jeopardy standard of section 7 of the 
Act and routine implementation of conservation measures through the 
section 7 process due to arroyo toad and other federally listed species 
occupancy provide assurances that this species will not go extinct as a 
result of exclusion from critical habitat designation. Therefore, based 
on the above discussion the Secretary is exercising his discretion to 
exclude approximately 3,000 ac (1,214 ha) of land in units 14, 16, 17, 
and 18 managed by the Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians, 
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Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, the Mesa Grande Band of Diegueno Mission 
Indians, and the Barona Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians 
and the Viejas (Baron Long) Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission 
Indians and managed in the near future by the Sycuan Band of the 
Kumeyaay Nation from this final revised critical habitat designation.

Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Impacts to National 
Security

    Section 4(b)(2) of the Act allows the Secretary to exclude areas 
from critical habitat for reasons of national security if the Secretary 
determines the benefits of such an exclusion outweigh the benefits of 
designating the area as critical habitat. However, an exclusion cannot 
occur if it will result in the extinction of the species concerned.

Remote Training Site Warner Springs

    The U.S. Navy conducts training activities within the Remote 
Training Site Warner Springs complex, which is comprised of 
approximately 6,158 ac (2,486 ha) of lands owned and leased from the 
Vista Irrigation District and the Cleveland National Forest. 
Additionally, the U.S. Navy is proposing to expand its training 
activities onto another 6,326 ac (2,554 ha) of lands owned by the 
Bureau of Land Management, Cleveland National Forest, and the Vista 
Irrigation District, expanding the total training area to approximately 
12,484 ac (5,040 ha).
    Approximately 4,609 ac (1,865 ha) of land in Unit 15 that meet the 
definition of critical habitat under the Act are in the existing and 
proposed Remote Training Site Warner Springs. In making our final 
decision with regard to these lands, we considered several factors 
including impacts to national security associated with a critical 
habitat designation as described by the U.S. Navy, existing 
consultations, and conservation measures in place at this facility that 
benefit arroyo toad. Under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, the Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude 4,609 ac (1,865 ha) of land 
meeting the definition of critical habitat in Unit 15 within the 
existing and proposed Remote Training Site Warner Springs from this 
final revised critical habitat designation. As described in our 
analysis below, we reached this conclusion after considering the 
relevant impacts of specifying these areas as critical habitat.
    The U.S. Navy is currently revising the 2002 Naval Base Coronado 
Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan (INRMP) to address 
management of arroyo toad and its habitat at the Remote Training Site 
Warner Springs. We received a draft of the U.S. Navy's revised INRMP in 
September 2009 (U.S. Navy 2009a). Additionally, the U.S. Navy is 
currently implementing measures to avoid or minimize impacts to arroyo 
toad, as identified in a biological opinion we issued on October 30, 
2009, on the proposed expansion and realignment of training areas at 
Remote Training Site Warner Springs (USFWS 2009). These measures 
include, but are not limited to: (1) Avoid and minimize impacts to the 
onsite population of the arroyo toad within an Arroyo Toad Management 
Area; (2) permanently close two stream crossings on the San Luis Rey 
River; (3) educate personnel on how to avoid adverse impacts to the 
species; (4) prioritize nonnative, invasive plant species searches and 
spot treatment control efforts in riparian zones and areas of higher 
levels of training activity; and (5) conduct surveys for arroyo toad at 
least every 3 years to determine status and location.
    In a letter received by the Service on December 24, 2009, the Navy 
determined that critical habitat designation on the Remote Training 
Site Warner Springs would impact national security (U.S. Navy 2009b). 
The Remote Training Site Warner Springs is unique in its use and 
purpose in that it serves as the principle venue for Survival, Evasion, 
Resistance, and Escape (SERE) training on the West Coast. All 
Department of Defense SERE field training for U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine 
Corps personnel from the West Coast and Pacific region is conducted at 
this location. The Remote Training Site Warner Springs also supports 
unique training activities for Naval Special Warfare, 1st Marine 
Special Operations Battalion, Naval Construction Force Amphibious 
Construction Battalion One Seabees, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force 
Training and Experimentation Group/Tactical Exercise Group, and other 
non-routine training. The U.S. Navy expressed concern that designation 
of these lands could cause mission-critical activities to be delayed if 
they were required to conduct consultation due to a critical habitat 
designation. Mission-critical activities not previously analyzed that 
would likely be delayed by section 7 consultation for designated 
critical habitat and that directly affect national security include 
training activities and supporting facility construction. Delays in 
construction that lead to delays in training schedules could disrupt 
the ability to acquire and perform unique warfare skills required for 
personnel readiness.
Benefits of Inclusion--Remote Training Site Warner Springs
    The principle benefit of including an area in a critical habitat 
designation is the requirement of Federal agencies to ensure actions 
they fund, authorize, or carry out are not likely to result in the 
destruction or adverse modification of any designated critical habitat, 
the regulatory standard of section 7 of the Act under which 
consultation is completed. Federal agencies must consult with the 
Service on actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid 
destroying or adversely modifying critical habitat. Federal agencies 
must also consult with us on actions that may affect a listed species 
and refrain from undertaking actions that are likely to jeopardize the 
continued existence of such species. The analysis of effects to 
critical habitat is a separate and different analysis from that of the 
effects to the species. Therefore, the difference in outcomes of these 
two analyses represents the regulatory benefit of critical habitat. For 
some species (including the arroyo toad), and in some locations, the 
outcome of these analyses will be similar, because effects to habitat 
will often also result in effects to the species. However, the 
regulatory standard is different, as the jeopardy analysis investigates 
the action's impact to survival and recovery of the species, while the 
adverse modification analysis investigates the action's effects to the 
designated habitat's contribution to conservation. This will, in many 
instances, lead to different results and different regulatory 
requirements. Thus, critical habitat designations may provide greater 
benefits to the recovery of a species than would listing alone.
    Any protections provided by critical habitat that are redundant 
with protections already in place reduce the benefits of inclusion in 
critical habitat. The consultation provisions under section 7(a) of the 
Act constitute the regulatory benefits of designating lands as critical 
habitat. As discussed above, Federal agencies must consult with us on 
actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid destroying or 
adversely modifying critical habitat. Critical habitat may provide a 
regulatory benefit for the arroyo toad when there is a Federal nexus 
present for a Department of Defense project that might adversely modify 
critical habitat. Therefore, we anticipate some projects on land that 
meets the definition of critical habitat within Remote Training Site 
Warner Springs will require consultation with the Service.
    Another possible benefit of including lands in critical habitat is 
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education regarding the potential conservation value of an area that 
may help focus conservation efforts on areas of high conservation value 
for certain species. Any information about the arroyo toad and its 
habitat that reaches a wide audience, including parties engaged in 
conservation activities, is valuable. The inclusion of lands in the 
arroyo toad critical habitat designation within Remote Training Site 
Warner Springs could be beneficial to the species because it identifies 
those lands that require management for the conservation of the arroyo 
toad. The process of proposing and finalizing revised critical habitat 
provided the opportunity for peer review and public comment on habitat 
we determined meets the definition of critical habitat. This process is 
valuable to land owners and managers in prioritizing conservation and 
management of identified areas. In general, we believe the designation 
of critical habitat for the arroyo toad will provide additional 
information to the public not already sufficiently emphasized through 
meetings, educational materials provided to the general public by the 
County of San Diego, and recommendations provided in our Recovery Plan 
(Service 1999). However, the public education benefit is currently 
being realized through the INRMP.
    The designation of arroyo toad critical habitat may also strengthen 
or reinforce some of the provisions in other Federal laws, such as 
NEPA. These laws analyze the potential for projects to significantly 
affect the environment. On Remote Training Site Warner Springs, the 
additional protections associated with critical habitat may be 
beneficial in areas not currently conserved. Critical habitat may 
signal the presence of sensitive habitat that could otherwise be missed 
in the review process for these other environmental laws.
    In light of continued U.S. Navy commitments to manage its lands in 
a manner that promotes conservation of the arroyo toad and the 
coordination and management efforts demonstrated by the Navy resulting 
from consultation and development of an INRMP, we believe designation 
of critical habitat on Remote Training Site Warner Springs would 
provide minimal additional regulatory and conservation benefits to the 
species beyond those that will result from continued section 7 
consultation.
Benefits of Exclusion--Remote Training Site Warner Springs
    The benefits of excluding approximately 4,609 ac (1865 ha) of land 
meeting the definition of critical habitat on the existing and proposed 
Remote Training Site Warner Springs are significant. The U.S. Navy 
maintains and defends our national security at the Remote Training Site 
Warner Springs by conducting mission-critical training activities 
unique to this location on the West Coast. Mission-critical activities 
not previously analyzed that would likely be delayed by section 7 
consultation for designated critical habitat and that directly affect 
national security include training activities and supporting facility 
construction. Delays in construction and training schedules could 
disrupt the ability to acquire and perform unique warfare skills 
required for personnel readiness. Excluding the Remote Training Site 
Warner Springs from critical habitat designation will effectively 
remove the impact that a designation of critical habitat could have on 
the U.S. Navy's ability to maintain and defend our national security.
Benefits of Exclusion Outweigh Benefits of Inclusion--Remote Training 
Site Warner Springs
    We reviewed and evaluated the benefits of inclusion and benefits of 
exclusion for lands within the existing and proposed Remote Training 
Site Warner Springs in Unit 15. We believe the benefits of designating 
these lands as arroyo toad critical habitat are relatively small, 
whereas the benefits of excluding these lands from critical habitat 
will result in the removal of impacts to national security as 
determined by the U.S. Navy. Therefore, we have determined the benefits 
identified above of excluding approximately 4,609 ac (1865 ha) of lands 
within the existing and proposed Remote Training Site Warner Springs 
from the critical habitat designation outweigh the benefits of 
including these lands.
Exclusion Will Not Result in Extinction of the Species--Remote Training 
Site Warner Springs
    We determined that the exclusion of 4,609 ac (1865 ha) of land in 
Unit 15 within the existing and proposed Remote Training Site Warner 
Springs from the final designation of critical habitat for the arroyo 
toad will not result in extinction of the species. The U.S. Navy's 
current management of Remote Training Site Warner Springs and proposed 
management under the draft INRMP provide some protection and management 
of lands within Unit 15, including land meeting the definition of 
critical habitat. The jeopardy standard of section 7 of the Act 
provides assurances the species will not go extinct as a result of 
exclusion from critical habitat designation. Therefore, based on the 
above discussion, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude 
approximately 4,609 ac (1865 ha) of land in Unit 15 within the existing 
and proposed Remote Training Site Warner Springs from this final 
revised critical habitat designation.

Camp Morena

    Camp Morena is a small parcel of approximately 71 ac (29 ha) used 
by the U.S. Navy under a year-to-year license with the City of San 
Diego and serves as a support facility for the nearby Camp Michael 
Monsoor (formerly called La Posta Mountain Warfare Training Facility).
    We determined that approximately 31 ac (13 ha) of Camp Morena 
located in Subunit 19a meet the definition of critical habitat under 
the Act. In making our final decision with regard to these lands, we 
considered several factors including impacts to national security 
associated with a critical habitat designation as described by the U.S. 
Navy, existing consultations, and conservation measures in place at 
this facility that benefit the arroyo toad. Under section 4(b)(2) of 
the Act, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude 31 ac 
(13 ha) of land meeting the definition of critical habitat within Camp 
Morena in Subunit 19a from this final revised critical habitat 
designation. As described in our analysis below, we reached this 
conclusion after considering the relevant impacts of specifying these 
areas as critical habitat.
    In a letter received by the Service on December 24, 2009, the Navy 
determined that critical habitat designation on Camp Morena would 
impact national security (U.S. Navy 2009b). Camp Morena and Camp 
Michael Monsoor provide essential training for U.S. Special Operations 
Command units preparing to deploy in support of assigned missions and 
other contingency operations in support of national security. 
Additionally, Camp Morena and Camp Michael Monsoor are both critical to 
classified, highly specialized training of west-coast based Sea Air and 
Land (SEAL) Special Boat Teams. Camp Michael Monsoor is the sole live 
fire training site exclusively set aside for Naval Special Warfare 
commands in the San Diego region. Additionally, terrain and training 
realism is provided for personnel deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. In 
support of Camp Michael Monsoor, the U.S. Navy requires significant 
base operations and logistical support at Camp Morena, including 
administration activities, classrooms, conference rooms, mission 
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and berthing space. The U.S. Navy is concerned that designation of 
lands on Camp Morena would cause mission-critical activities to be 
delayed if they were required to conduct consultation due to a critical 
habitat designation. Mission-critical activities not previously 
analyzed that would likely be delayed by section 7 consultation for 
designated critical habitat and that directly affect national security 
include training activities and supporting facility construction. 
Future planned use of Camp Morena includes increased training functions 
with more frequent training and possible construction of new 
facilities; delays in construction that lead to delays in training 
schedules could disrupt the ability to acquire and perform unique 
warfare skills required for personnel readiness.
Benefits of Inclusion--Camp Morena
    The principle benefit of including an area in a critical habitat 
designation is the requirement of Federal agencies to ensure actions 
they fund, authorize, or carry out are not likely to result in the 
destruction or adverse modification of any designated critical habitat, 
the regulatory standard of section 7 of the Act under which 
consultation is completed. Federal agencies must consult with the 
Service on actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid 
destroying or adversely modifying critical habitat. Federal agencies 
must also consult with us on actions that may affect a listed species 
and refrain from undertaking actions that are likely to jeopardize the 
continued existence of such species. The analysis of effects to 
critical habitat is a separate and different analysis from that of the 
effects to the species. Therefore, the difference in outcomes of these 
two analyses represents the regulatory benefit of critical habitat. For 
some species (including the arroyo toad), and in some locations, the 
outcome of these analyses will be similar, because effects to habitat 
will often also result in effects to the species. However, the 
regulatory standard is different, as the jeopardy analysis investigates 
the action's impact to survival and recovery of the species, while the 
adverse modification analysis investigates the action's effects to the 
designated habitat's contribution to conservation. This will, in many 
instances, lead to different results and different regulatory 
requirements. Thus, critical habitat designations may provide greater 
benefits to the recovery of a species than would listing alone.
    Any protections provided by critical habitat that are redundant 
with protections already in place reduce the benefits of inclusion in 
critical habitat. The consultation provisions under section 7(a) of the 
Act constitute the regulatory benefits of designating lands as critical 
habitat. As discussed above, Federal agencies must consult with us on 
actions that may affect critical habitat and must avoid destroying or 
adversely modifying critical habitat. Critical habitat may provide a 
regulatory benefit for the arroyo toad when there is a Federal nexus 
present for a Department of Defense project that might adversely modify 
critical habitat. Therefore, we anticipate some projects on land that 
meets the definition of critical habitat within Camp Morena will 
require consultation with the Service.
    Another possible benefit of including lands in critical habitat is 
public education regarding the potential conservation value of an area 
that may help focus conservation efforts on areas of high conservation 
value for certain species. Any information about the arroyo toad and 
its habitat that reaches a wide audience, including parties engaged in 
conservation activities, is valuable. The inclusion of lands in the 
arroyo toad critical habitat designation within Camp Morena could be 
beneficial to the species because it identifies those lands that 
require management for the conservation of the arroyo toad. The process 
of proposing and finalizing revised critical habitat provided the 
opportunity for peer review and public comment on habitat we determined 
meets the definition of critical habitat. This process is valuable to 
land owners and managers in prioritizing conservation and management of 
identified areas. In general, we believe the designation of critical 
habitat for the arroyo toad will provide additional information to the 
public not already sufficiently emphasized through meetings, 
educational materials provided to the general public by the County of 
San Diego, and recommendations provided in our Recovery Plan (Service 
1999).
    The designation of arroyo toad critical habitat may also strengthen 
or reinforce some of the provisions in other Federal laws, such as 
NEPA. These laws analyze the potential for projects to significantly 
affect the environment. On Camp Morena, the additional protections 
associated with critical habitat may be beneficial in areas not 
currently conserved. Critical habitat may signal the presence of 
sensitive habitat that could otherwise be missed in the review process 
for these other environmental laws.
    In summary, we believe there are some regulatory benefits and 
educational benefits of critical habitat designation on Camp Morena.
Benefits of Exclusion--Camp Morena
    The benefits of excluding approximately 31 ac (13 ha) of land 
meeting the definition of critical habitat on Camp Morena are 
significant. The U.S. Navy maintains and defends our national security 
at Camp Morena by conducting mission-critical training activities 
unique to this location on the West Coast. Mission-critical activities 
not previously analyzed that could likely be delayed by section 7 
consultation for designated critical habitat and that directly affect 
national security include training activities and supporting facility 
construction. Delays in construction and training schedules could 
disrupt the ability to acquire and perform unique warfare skills 
required for personnel readiness. Excluding Camp Morena from critical 
habitat designation will effectively remove the impact that a 
designation of critical habitat for the arroyo toad could have on the 
U.S. Navy's ability to maintain and defend our national security.
Benefits of Exclusion Outweigh Benefits of Inclusion--Camp Morena
    We reviewed and evaluated the benefits of inclusion and benefits of 
exclusion for lands within Camp Morena in Subunit 19a. We believe the 
benefits of designating these lands as arroyo toad critical habitat are 
relatively small, whereas the benefits of excluding these lands from 
critical habitat will result in the removal of impacts to national 
security as determined by the U.S. Navy. Therefore, we have determined 
the benefits identified above of excluding approximately 31 ac (13 ha) 
of lands within Camp Morena from the critical habitat designation 
outweigh the benefits of including these lands.
Exclusion Will Not Result in Extinction of the Species--Camp Morena
    We determined that the exclusion of 31 ac (13 ha) of land in 
Subunit 19a within Camp Morena from the final designation of critical 
habitat for the arroyo toad will not result in extinction of the 
species. The U.S. Navy's proposed management of Camp Morena under the 
draft INRMP may provide some protection and management of lands within 
Subunit 19a, including land meeting the definition of critical habitat. 
The jeopardy standard of section 7 of the Act provides assurances the 
species will not go extinct as a result of exclusion from critical 
habitat designation. Therefore, based on the above discussion, the 
Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude

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approximately 31 ac (13 ha) of land in Subunit 19a within Camp Morena 
from this final revised critical habitat designation.

Economics

    Following the publication of the proposed revised critical habitat 
designation, we conducted an economic analysis to estimate the 
potential economic effect of the designation. The draft economic 
analysis (DEA) was made available for public review and comment from 
June 29, 2010 to July 29, 2010 (75 FR 37358). Substantive comments and 
information we received on the DEA are summarized below in the ``Public 
Comment'' section and are incorporated into the final analysis, as 
appropriate. Taking any relevant new information into consideration, 
the Service completed a final economic analysis (FEA) in November 2010, 
of the designation that updates the DEA.
    The primary purpose of the economic analysis is to estimate the 
potential incremental economic impacts associated with the revised 
designation of critical habitat for the arroyo toad. The information is 
intended to assist the Secretary in making decisions about whether the 
benefits of excluding particular areas from the designation outweigh 
the benefits of including those areas in the designation. The economic 
analysis considers the economic efficiency effects that may result from 
the designation. In the case of habitat conservation, efficiency 
effects generally reflect the ``opportunity costs'' associated with the 
commitment of resources to comply with habitat protection measures 
(such as lost economic opportunities associated with restrictions on 
land use). It also addresses how potential economic impacts are likely 
to be distributed, including an assessment of any local or regional 
impacts of habitat conservation and the potential effects of 
conservation activities on government agencies, private businesses, and 
individuals. The economic analysis measures lost economic efficiency 
associated with residential and commercial development and public 
projects and activities, such as economic impacts on water management 
and transportation projects, Federal lands, small entities, and the 
energy industry. This information can be used by the Secretary to 
assess whether the effects of the designation might unduly burden a 
particular group or economic sector. Finally, the economic analysis 
looks retrospectively at costs that have been incurred since the date 
we listed the arroyo toad as endangered (59 FR 64859; December 16, 
1994), and considers those costs that may occur in the years following 
the revised designation of critical habitat, with the timeframes for 
this analysis varying by activity.
    The economic analysis focuses on the direct and indirect costs of 
the rule. However, economic impacts to land use activities can exist in 
the absence of critical habitat. These impacts may result from, for 
example, local zoning laws, State and natural resource laws, and 
enforceable management plans and best management practices applied by 
other State and Federal agencies. Economic impacts that result from 
these types of protections are not included in the analysis as they are 
considered to be part of the regulatory and policy baseline.
    The economic analysis examines activities taking place both within 
and adjacent to the designation. It estimates impacts based on 
activities that are ``reasonably foreseeable'' including, but not 
limited to, activities that are currently authorized, permitted, or 
funded, or for which proposed plans are currently available to the 
public. Accordingly, the analysis bases estimates on activities that 
are likely to occur within a 25-year time frame, from when the proposed 
rule became available to the public (74 FR 52612; October 13, 2009). 
The 25-year time frame was chosen for the analysis because, as the time 
horizon for an economic analysis is expanded, the assumptions on which 
the projected number of projects and cost impacts associated with those 
projects are based become increasingly speculative.
    The vast majority of potential incremental economic impacts 
attributed to the revised critical habitat designation are expected to 
be related to the real estate industry (real estate development, CEQA, 
and delay impacts), followed by utilities and infrastructure projects. 
The FEA estimates total potential incremental economic impacts in areas 
proposed as revised critical habitat over the next 25 years (2010 to 
2035) to be $750 million, annualized at $64 million using a 7 percent 
discount rate.
    The FEA estimates the largest impacts of the proposed revised 
critical habitat rule would result from real estate development. If the 
critical habitat designation is finalized as proposed, the FEA 
estimates that $731 million of the $750 million total incremental costs 
will result from real estate development, the majority coming from the 
loss of on-site acres set-aside and other project modifications. 
Overall, the real estate industry (real estate development, CEQA, and 
delay impacts) is estimated to experience the highest costs, followed 
by formal and informal consultations and utilities and infrastructure 
projects. Of the 22 proposed critical habitat units, five are expected 
to incur incremental economic costs greater than $50 million between 
2010 and 2035. Critical habitat Unit 14, located in San Diego County, 
has the largest incremental impacts ($228 million) of the units 
considered for designation.
    The FEA is available at http://www.regulations.gov or upon request 
from the Ventura Fish and Wildlife Office (see ADDRESSES section).

Summary of Comments and Recommendations

    We requested written comments from the public on the 2009 proposed 
revised rule to revise critical habitat for the arroyo toad (74 FR 
52612; October 13, 2009) during two comment periods. The first comment 
period opened with the publication of the proposed revised rule in the 
Federal Register on October 13, 2009 (74 FR 52612), and closed December 
14, 2009. The second comment period opened with the publication of the 
notice of availability of the DEA in the Federal Register on June 29, 
2010 (75 FR 37358) and closed on July 29, 2010. During both public 
comment periods, we contacted appropriate Federal, State, and local 
agencies; scientific organizations; and other interested parties and 
invited them to comment on the proposed rule to revise critical habitat 
for this species and the associated DEA. During the comment periods, we 
requested all interested parties to submit comments or information 
related to the proposed revisions to critical habitat, including (but 
not limited to) the following: Unit boundaries, species occurrence 
information and distribution, land use designations that may affect 
critical habitat, potential economic effects of the proposed 
designation, benefits associated with critical habitat designation, 
areas proposed for designation and associated rationale for the non-
inclusion or considered exclusion of these areas, and methods used to 
designate critical habitat.
    During the first comment period, we received 50 comment letters 
directly addressing the proposed revision of critical habitat, 3 from 
peer reviewers, 2 from Federal agencies, 5 from Native American tribes, 
and 40 from public organizations or individuals. During the second 
comment period, we received 60 comments addressing the proposed 
critical habitat designation and the DEA. Of these latter comments, 8 
were from Native American tribes and 52 were from public organization 
or individuals.

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    The open period for requesting public hearings on the revised 
proposed rule was from October 13, 2009, through November 27, 2009 (74 
FR 52612). We did not receive any requests for a public hearing during 
either that period or the comment period that began on October 13, 
2009, and ended December 14, 2009.

Peer Review

    In accordance with our Policy for Peer Review in Endangered Species 
Act Activities, published on July 1, 1994 (59 FR 34270), we solicited 
expert opinions from eight knowledgeable individuals with scientific 
expertise that included familiarity with the species, the geographic 
region in which it occurs, and conservation biology principles. The 
three peer reviewers that responded generally supported the proposed 
revised designation, and two of the three peer reviewers provided 
additional information, clarifications, and suggestions that we have 
incorporated as appropriate to improve this final revised critical 
habitat rule.
    We reviewed all comments received from the peer reviewers and the 
public for substantive issues and new information regarding the 
designation of critical habitat for the arroyo toad. All comments are 
addressed in the following summary and incorporated into the final rule 
as appropriate.

Peer Review Comments

    Comment 1: One peer reviewer affirmed that the background 
information, essentially the biology of the arroyo toad, was well-
documented and prepared. Also, this peer reviewer agreed with our 
removal of specific areas within some units that do not represent 
suitable habitat based on additional information garnered since the 
last designation (such as in Unit 7: Upper Los Angeles River Basin and 
Unit 23: Whitewater River Basin).
    A second peer reviewer noted that our use of the 82-ft (25-m) 
elevation/4,921-ft (1,500-m) lateral boundary for considerations of 
critical habitat is scientifically defensible and was unaware of any 
new information that would change those values. This peer reviewer also 
stated that the criteria used to identify critical habitat are well-
supported and that they agreed with each of the proposed subunits and 
their boundaries in the Northern Recovery Unit, except subunit 7a, as 
explained in Comment 6 below. The peer reviewer went on to note all 
subunit boundaries in the proposed critical habitat rule correspond 
closely with the areas they know to be occupied by (or suitable for) 
arroyo toads.
    Our Response: We appreciate the assessment of the proposed rule by 
the peer reviewers. We have identified all habitats that have the 
physical or biological features essential to the conservation of the 
species, which are the primary constituent elements (PCEs) laid out in 
the appropriate quantity and spatial arrangement essential to the 
conservation of the species (see ``Primary Constituent Elements'' 
section above). We are designating approximately 98,366 acres (ac) 
(39,807 hectares (ha)) of this habitat in this final designation of 
critical habitat for the arroyo toad. Some areas meeting the definition 
of critical habitat have been excluded from this final revised critical 
habitat designation under section 4(b)(2) of the Act (see Exclusions 
Under Section 4(b)(2) section for a detailed discussion).
    Comment 2: One peer reviewer recommended adding deep or persistent 
standing water during summer and fall as a threat to arroyo toads 
because such pools provide refuge and breeding habitat for nonnative 
predators such as crayfish, various warm-water fish species, African 
clawed frogs, and bullfrogs. The peer reviewer also presented the 
rationale that these predators cannot survive seasonal drying, and in 
most streams in most years, can be eliminated from large portions of 
streams used by arroyo toads. The peer reviewer pointed out that 
although these predator species will recolonize, there is a time lag 
correlated with distance and reduction in abundance that increases 
survivorship of tadpoles and adult toads.
    Our Response: We considered the suggested edits and have made 
changes to the text as appropriate in the Reasons for Decline and 
Threats section above.
    Comment 3: One peer reviewer asked for more elaboration on whether 
bullfrogs are the predators of greatest concern, rather than some fish 
species and adult clawed frogs that are very effective predators on 
arroyo toad tadpoles and, depending on streambed configuration and 
densities, could be tied to severe population effects on arroyo toads.
    Our Response: After closer review of available information, we 
cannot say for certain that bullfrogs are a greater threat to arroyo 
toads than other exotic predator species. Bullfrogs and African clawed 
frogs are both considered serious threats to native amphibians and 
fishes, not only to the arroyo toad but to other federally endangered 
species. Bullfrogs are nonnative to California and because of their 
large size, aggressive behavior, generalized eating habits, and highly 
successful reproduction capabilities, competition and predation by 
bullfrogs are known to have a substantial influence on the presence and 
abundance of other amphibian species (Hecnar and M'Closkey 1997, 
pp.146-149). Bullfrogs have been documented preying on tadpoles, 
juveniles and adult arroyo toads. Where they co-occur with arroyo 
toads, bullfrogs are major predators and can essentially eliminate 
local populations of arroyo toads (Sweet 1992, p. 128). In a recent 
study, D'Amore et al. (2009, p. 2) examined habitat characteristics 
correlated with the presence of bullfrogs and California red-legged 
frogs (Rana draytonii). The study found that the invasive bullfrog out-
competed the native amphibian in sites with hydrological alteration, 
landscape-level habitat fragmentation, and degradation of habitat. 
Unlike the native species, the bullfrog was able to tolerate and 
succeed in a wide range of conditions, including compromised water 
quality with higher levels of phosphate, ammonia, and salinity; higher 
water temperatures; and fragmented habitats due to agriculture, roads, 
and other human-caused alterations (D'Amore et al. 2009, p. 8).
    According to Sweet (1992, p. 156), bullfrogs and introduced 
predatory fishes, such as green sunfish, largemouth bass (Micropterous 
salmonides), and black bullhead (Ictalurus nebulosus), are not well-
adapted to be permanent residents in arroyo toad habitat because they 
die off during droughts and are washed out by even moderate flooding in 
portions of streams occupied by arroyo toads. However, they also thrive 
in reservoirs and deep pools formed below dams, enabling them to 
quickly recolonize downstream (Sweet 1992, p. 156).
    The African clawed frog is an air-breathing frog that is almost 
completely aquatic, leaving water only to migrate (Peek 2010, p. 1). 
They inhabit stagnant grassland ponds as well as streams in arid and 
semi-arid regions. In California, African clawed frogs have established 
large and dense populations (Willigan 2001, p. 3). They have been found 
in San Diego, Orange, and Los Angeles Counties and may also be in San 
Bernardino, Santa Barbara, Riverside, Imperial, Kern, and Yolo Counties 
(CaliforniaHerps.com 2010, p. 1). In Ventura County, they are present 
in the Santa Clara River from the mouth of the river upstream 10.5 mi 
(17 km) to the Vern Freeman Diversion at Saticoy (Lafferty and Page 
1985, p. 589). The species tolerates a wide variety of aquatic 
conditions, including extreme levels of acidity, low oxygen levels, and 
high water temperatures (Peek, 2010, p. 1). They are ``sit and wait'' 
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similar to bullfrogs, in that they feed on whatever prey they encounter 
(Peek 2010, p. 2). Their diet includes a wide range of native aquatic 
invertebrates and vertebrates, including tadpoles and juvenile 
amphibians, young arroyo chub (Gila orcutti), the federally endangered 
unarmored threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus williamsoni) 
and tidewater goby (Eucyclogobius newberryi). In contrast to bullfrogs 
and predatory fishes that cannot survive when ponds dry up, African 
clawed frogs burrow into the mud (leaving a tunnel for air) and can 
remain dormant for 8 months to a year (Peek 2010, p. 1). There are 
currently no known efforts targeting control of African clawed frogs in 
Southern California (Peek 2010, p. 2). Based on this information, we 
will continue to regard introduced predatory fishes, bullfrogs, and 
African clawed frogs as constituting a severe threat to arroyo toad 
populations.
    Comment 4: One peer reviewer criticized the approach of excluding 
identified habitats that are described as suitable and currently 
occupied by arroyo toads simply because these sites are otherwise 
afforded some degree of protection, be it via a military plan or a 
municipal watershed plan, or some form of multi-species habitat 
conservation plan. The peer reviewer argued that this approach weakens 
an otherwise strong and uniform plan that will designate and help 
protect habitat for this species.
    Our Response: We appreciate the peer reviewer's concerns regarding 
adequate protection of arroyo toads under HCPs, INRMPs, or other 
conservation management plans. Conservation benefits provided by 
existing HCPs are not considered a benefit of exclusion because they 
would remain in place regardless of critical habitat designation; 
however, they do minimize the benefits of inclusion to the extent they 
are redundant with protection measures that would be provided by a 
critical habitat designation. Any remaining conservation benefits 
resulting from critical habitat inclusion are also limited to projects 
where a Federal nexus applies.
    The benefits of excluding a particular area covered by an existing 
HCP are primarily based on the perception of negative impacts that a 
critical habitat designation could have on current and possible future 
partners.
    Regarding arroyo toad habitat occurring on lands owned by the 
military, we do not have full discretion to designate critical habitat 
on the military bases. The National Defense Authorization Act for 
Fiscal Year 2004 (Pub. L. 108-136) amended the Act to limit areas 
eligible for designation as critical habitat. Specifically, section 
4(a)(3)(B)(i) of the Act (16 U.S.C. 1533(a)(3)(B)(i)) now provides: 
``The Secretary shall not designate as critical habitat any lands or 
other geographical areas owned or controlled by the Department of 
Defense, or designated for its use, that are subject to an integrated 
natural resources management plan [INRMP] prepared under section 670a 
of this title, if the Secretary determines in writing that such plan 
provides a benefit to the species for which critical habitat is 
proposed for designation.'' We determined the INRMPs for Fort Hunter 
Liggett Military Reservation, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, and 
Fallbrook Naval Weapons Base provide benefits to the arroyo toad; 
therefore, the Act mandates we exempt lands subject to the INRMPs for 
these military bases from critical habitat designation (see Exemptions 
section in the proposed revised rule (74 FR 52639; October 13, 2009) 
for details). In addition, although Remote Training Site Warner Springs 
and Camp Morena had not completed the INRMP process by the time this 
revised critical habitat rule was finalized, the Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude lands within these military 
facilities under section 4(b)(2) of the Act for reasons of national 
security.
    Comment 5: Regarding the Special Management Considerations or 
Protection section (74 FR 52619; October 13, 2009) in the proposed 
revised rule, one peer reviewer recommended adding fire suppression 
activities that are conducted without appropriate section 7 
consultation or oversight to the list of threats for arroyo toads. The 
peer reviewer stated that during the Day Fire (2006) in the Hardluck 
reach of upper Piru Creek, and during the Zaca Fire (2007) in the 
Sisquoc River, Mono Creek, and Indian Creek staging areas, multiple 
``safety zones'' and access tracks were bulldozed in highly sensitive 
arroyo toad habitat. The peer reviewer was concerned that some managers 
and contractors may not be supportive of endangered species 
restrictions and may see a ``fire emergency'' as license to actively 
destroy habitat and reopen closed roads. The peer reviewer contended 
that this is an emerging threat to arroyo toad habitat range-wide, 
while also being a broader issue requiring greater interagency 
coordination.
    Our Response: We appreciate the peer reviewer's critical review and 
have added fire suppression activities to the ``Reasons for Decline and 
Threats'' section above.
    Regarding the peer reviewer's concern about interagency cooperation 
on reducing fire suppression impacts to listed species, we should 
clarify that since 1995 we have considered wildfire to be an emergency 
action that falls under section 7 emergency consultation procedures 
(Service's 1995 Director's memorandum, ``Endangered Species and Fire 
Policy Clarification''). For those wildfires that are unplanned, 
unwanted, and for which the objective is suppression, consultation is 
not necessary on the wildfire itself but has been required for the 
response actions that the action agency controls. Actions that may 
result in effects to listed species or critical habitat typically 
include activities such as backburning, fire-line construction, 
placement of fire camps, use of aircraft, water drops, and use of fire 
retardant. During the initial contact with the action agency, our role 
is to offer recommendations to minimize the effects of fire suppression 
activities to listed species or their critical habitat. After the fire 
is extinguished, the action agency conducts an assessment on the 
effects to the listed species or critical habitat caused by actions 
taken to respond to the emergency. If any listed species or critical 
habitat were adversely affected by the fire suppression activities, the 
action agency must initiate formal consultation. The purpose of formal 
consultation in such cases is to document the amount of any take that 
occurred, assess the effectiveness of implementation of protective 
measures proposed at the onset of the emergency, and to conclude the 
consultation. The project description provided by the action agency 
must include a description of the nature of the emergency and 
justification for using emergency procedures. We use this information 
to update the environmental baseline for the species or designated 
critical habitat and to account for losses caused by the fire and 
suppression activities.
    We also assist our partners by providing technical assistance and 
processing section 7 consultations expeditiously on fuel-reduction 
projects, as fire emergency preparedness has a high priority within our 
consultation workload. A successful method for addressing fire issues 
with our partners has been early coordination. The earlier that we are 
aware of a potential fuel reduction project, the sooner we can assist 
in determining potential effects to listed species and work with staff 
to develop measures to minimize or eliminate these effects. This 
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streamlined section 7 consultation under the Act.
    Comment 6: Regarding the Northern Recovery Unit, one peer reviewer 
believes that Subunit 7a (lower Big Tujunga Creek proposed in 2004; see 
the Summary of Changes from Previously Designated Critical Habitat 
section of the proposed revised critical habitat rule (74 FR 52622; 
October 13, 2009)) may harbor suitable breeding habitat. The peer 
reviewer stated that the middle third of the canyon (from 1,476 to 
1,804 ft-elevation (450 to 550 m) appeared to have suitable upland 
habitat based on their reconnaissance visits conducted during the non-
breeding season in 2006. They stated the area also had distribution 
channels that provided suitable breeding microhabitat, despite evident 
hydrologic instability probably tied to release operations at Big 
Tujunga Dam.
    Our Response: We appreciate the peer reviewer expressing their 
opinion that Subunit 7a may harbor suitable breeding habitat. We will 
consider this information during future recovery planning, including 
for potential future surveys or reintroduction to expand the number of 
existing populations. At this time, the best available information 
indicates this habitat is of questionable suitability, and is not 
currently occupied (Backlin et al. 2002, pp. 6, 12; Hitchcock et al. 
2004, pp. 8-9, 29) or connected to habitat that is occupied. This 
location does not appear to be required to maintain the appropriate 
population structure across the species' range, or to provide 
connectivity between breeding sites, and it does not meet the 
definition of critical habitat for the arroyo toad.
    Comment 7: One peer reviewer commented that the proposed rule 
provides considerably more detail about the circumstances of potential 
HCP exclusions than is usual, and that this is an excellent feature of 
the document. However, they noted that current coverages by the 
existing HCPs vary tremendously. According to the peer reviewer's 
calculations, lands within the proposed critical habitat boundaries 
that are currently protected are: 0 percent (Orange County Southern 
Subregion HCP), 0.06 percent (Western Riverside County MSHCP), 19 
percent (San Diego MSCP), 51 percent (Orange County Central-Coastal 
NCCP/HCP), and 89 percent (Coachella Valley Multiple Species Habitat 
Conservation Plan (Coachella Valley MSHCP)). Based on these 
calculations, they do not see how the proposed exclusions can be 
defended.
    Our Response: When we issue an incidental take permit for an HCP, 
we make a determination that it provides adequate protection for all 
covered species within the plan area boundary (including HCPs that 
address arroyo toad and its habitat). Subsequently, we monitor the HCP 
implementation and the covered species' status and could alter our 
determination if warranted. We have not determined any HCP that 
overlapped with arroyo toad proposed critical habitat designation to be 
improperly implemented or inadequately funded, including proposed Unit 
23 within the Coachella Valley MSHCP boundaries, which is not included 
in this final rule (see Summary of Changes from the 2009 Proposed Rule 
To Revise Critical Habitat section). However, we will evaluate any 
information submitted to us and consider it in our ongoing assessments 
of all permitted HCPs, and continue to work with permittees to make 
sure HCPs are adequately funded. If during our ongoing assessments of 
permitted HCPs we determine they do not adequately protect a covered 
species, are not being properly implemented, or do not have adequate 
funding based on all available information, we will take appropriate 
action with regard to the HCP permit, and may again revise designated 
critical habitat, subject to available funding and other conservation 
priorities.

Public Comments

Comments Related to Critical Habitat, Primary Constituent Elements, and 
Methodology

    Comment 8: One commenter argued that using unpublished data reports 
on the arroyo toad does not meet the requirement that the Service use 
the best available science.
    Our Response: We understand the commenter's concern and have 
considered their argument; however, critical habitat designations use 
the best available commercial and scientific data to identify lands 
that we believe contain the physical and biological features essential 
to the conservation of the species. In designating critical habitat for 
the arroyo toad, we have used the best available scientific and 
commercial information, including results of numerous surveys, peer-
reviewed literature, unpublished reports by scientists and biological 
consultants, potential habitat maps developed by the Forest Service, 
and expert opinion from biologists with extensive experience studying 
the arroyo toad. Further, information provided in comments on the 
proposed designation and the draft economic analysis were evaluated and 
taken into consideration in the development of this final designation, 
as appropriate. Comments and materials received, as well as supporting 
documentation used in the preparation of this final rule, are available 
for public inspection, by appointment, during normal business hours at 
the Ventura Fish and Wildlife Office (see ADDRESSES section above).
    Comment 9: One commenter stated that in describing how Federal 
rights interact with private rights, the Service should include a short 
segment on relevant provisions of California water law and how the law 
might impact private landowners or those who hold water rights under 
the proposed critical habitat designation. The commenter stated the 
Service should let current water users know if this critical habitat 
designation will affect the amount of water available for irrigation, 
recreational use, agricultural use, or other uses. The commenter 
further recommended we should state clearly in the rule whether private 
parties are permitted to change their current water uses, and if so, if 
there are any special limitations on new uses that would conflict with 
critical habitat goals.
    Our Response: The detailed information requested by the commenter 
on California water law and individual water rights is beyond the scope 
of this critical habitat designation; therefore, we have not 
incorporated such information in this final rule.
    Comment 10: One commenter urged us to identify ``wildfire 
suppression activities'' as a threat to arroyo toad populations. The 
commenter asserted that the Service has substantial evidence on file 
regarding bulldozing and vegetation clearing that occurred along Mono 
Creek during the 2007 Zaca Fire and that these fire suppression 
activities caused direct mortality to arroyo toads and adversely 
modified arroyo toad terrace habitat.
    Our Response: We revised the text in the ``Reasons for Decline and 
Threats'' section above to include fire suppression activities as a 
threat to arroyo toads. Fire suppression activities include fire line 
construction; fire retardant and water drops; establishment of 
temporary fire camps, staging areas, parking sites, safety zones, and 
helipads; and post-fire rehabilitation. Safety zone and fire line 
construction often involves using bulldozers to clear vegetation down 
to bare soil. Parking areas and fire camps result in heavy trampling 
and soil compaction from equipment and vehicles. Fire camps and fire 
suppression activities may also tax nearby water supplies for putting 
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Fire lines that are cut through riparian habitat can alter stream 
hydrology, destroy vegetation, kill or injure wildlife, and encourage 
the establishment of nonnative species. All of these activities can 
result in adverse effects to arroyo toads if they occur in or near 
occupied habitat.
    In the case of the 2007 Zaca Fire, a number of broad fuelbreaks and 
safety zones were constructed using heavy equipment in the lower 
portions of Indian, Mono, and Agua Caliente Creeks, as well as 
elsewhere along Camuesa Road in the upper Santa Ynez River drainage. 
According to site visit observations (Sweet 2007a, pp. 1-9), several of 
the fuelbreaks and safety zones were constructed on stream terrace 
habitat in Indian and Mono Creeks, and severely degraded important 
upland habitat for arroyo toads. Arroyo toads in these areas have been 
intensively studied from 1989 to 1993 (see Sweet 1992, pp. 1-198; 1993, 
pp. 1-73) and monitored by Service personnel in most of the last 15 
years (Sweet 2007a, p. 1). Sweet's studies indicate that subadult and 
adult arroyo toads make extensive use of the affected stream terraces, 
and typically in August and September a large proportion of the 
population would be resident in burrows on the terraces. Removal of all 
vegetation (including the root bases of woody shrubs) by bulldozing is 
very likely to have killed any toads that were dormant in burrows 
within the treated areas (Sweet 2007a, p. 1).
    Sweet (2007a, p. 1) also reported that in addition to causing 
direct mortality, the bulldozing operations may have seriously degraded 
critical upland habitat by removing shade and the opportunity for toads 
to select microclimates based on soil temperature, moisture content, 
and ground cover; by creating extensive barriers to toad movement 
through the placement of large piles of woody debris between the creek 
bed and the terraces; and by providing ideal conditions for the 
terraces to become invaded by exotic weeds, in particular yellow star 
thistle. Sweet (2007a, p. 1) noted that arroyo toads are unable to 
inhabit terraces where star thistle is well-established.
    Comment 11: One commenter stated that the proposed critical habitat 
rule for the arroyo toad is fatally flawed because it fails to consider 
all essential habitat for the toad, including areas previously 
designated as critical habitat, habitat recently known to be occupied, 
and habitat that may not currently be occupied but could provide an 
opportunity for species recovery. For example, the commenter believes 
that some key recovery metapopulations were not included in the 
proposed revised critical habitat designation, such as the San Dieguito 
River Basin, the Tijuana River, and the Pinto Wash Basin in the Jacumba 
(In-Ko-Pah) Mountains Wilderness Study Area. The commenter stated that 
the proposal provides no reasonable explanation for why these important 
areas previously identified as essential to the recovery of the arroyo 
toad are not discussed or included in the proposal.
    Our Response: We believe we have considered all essential habitat 
for the arroyo toad and proposed to designate all habitat areas that 
meet the definition of critical habitat. Section 3(5)(C) of the Act 
states that except in particular circumstances determined by the 
Secretary, critical habitat shall not include the entire geographical 
area which can be occupied by the threatened or endangered species. It 
is not the intent of the Act to designate critical habitat for every 
population and every documented historical location of a species, nor 
is it the intent to designate all areas supporting metapopulations as 
critical habitat. We recognize that the designation of critical habitat 
may not include all of the habitat that may eventually be determined to 
be necessary for the recovery of the arroyo toad, and critical habitat 
designations do not signal that habitat outside the designation is 
unimportant or may not contribute to recovery of the species. Areas 
outside the final revised critical habitat designation will continue to 
be subject to conservation actions implemented under section 7(a)(1) of 
the Act, regulatory protections afforded by the section 7(a)(2) 
jeopardy standard, and the prohibitions of section 9 of the Act. These 
protections and conservation tools will continue to contribute to 
recovery of this species. Section 4(b) of the Act requires us to 
designate critical habitat on the basis of the best scientific and 
commercial data available. The best available data indicate that the 
Tijuana River no longer contains physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the species due to poor water quality. 
Additionally, the best available data indicate that the arroyo toad 
does not occur currently and most likely did not occur historically in 
the Pinto Wash Basin, and therefore we determined that this area is not 
essential for the conservation of the species. To provide clarification 
to the commenter regarding the San Dieguito River Basin, we included 
this area in Unit 16 in the proposed revised critical habitat 
designation and the final revised critical habitat designation. For a 
complete description of this unit, see Final Revised Critical Habitat 
Designation above.
    Comment 12: Two commenters expressed concerns that the Service 
dismissed from the critical habitat designation areas of habitat that 
have been altered from the operation of upstream dams but are known in 
the past to have supported populations of arroyo toads, including Big 
Tujunga Dam in Unit 7, Sutherland Dam in Unit 16, Loveland Dam in Unit 
18, and Morena Dam in Unit 19. While the first commenter recognized 
that the dams and the basins behind them pose a barrier to arroyo toad 
movement, they contended that proper management can restore habitat 
above and below these dams and basins and the Service should promote 
such restoration. The commenter recommended protecting and maintaining 
these important habitat areas and pressing for changes in flow regimes 
to support arroyo toads in these historical habitats.
    The second commenter also argued that given the extremely harmful 
effect these dams have on arroyo toad habitat, they believed the 
Service should be more focused on stopping the `taking' activity under 
section 9 of the Act (which prohibits any party, public or private, 
from `harming' an animal listed as endangered) than on removing the 
area from critical habitat designation. Moreover, if these dams were 
built with Federal funds, the commenter believed the Service could 
prohibit harmful activities that jeopardize the species under section 7 
of the Act (commenter cited Tennessee Valley Authority v. Hill, 437 
U.S. 153 (1978)).
    Our Response: In accordance with 50 CFR 424.12, we designated 
critical habitat on the basis of the best scientific data available, 
after taking into consideration the probable economic and other 
relevant impacts of making such a designation. In designating critical 
habitat, we considered those physical and biological features that are 
essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad and that may require 
special management considerations or protection. We are not designating 
lands above and below dams and basins if those areas do not contain the 
physical and biological features that are essential to the conservation 
of the arroyo toad. For more information on our criteria for 
designating critical habitat, please see the Criteria Used to Identify 
Critical Habitat section above.
    The Service implements all sections of the Act, including section 4 
(using the best scientific and commercial data available to determine 
if a species warrants Federal protection), section 7

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(consulting on Federal actions that may affect critical habitat), and 
section 9 (prohibiting take of listed species). Each of these sections 
of the Act is governed by separate legal standards and requirements. 
Regarding the commenters' belief that the Service should be more 
focused on stopping the `taking' activity than on removing the area 
from critical habitat designation, we appreciate any information 
provided by the public regarding a potential section 9 violation, and 
we will provide this information (as appropriate) to our law 
enforcement division. However, potential violations are not directly 
relevant to this final revised critical habitat designation.
    Comment 13: Three commenters expressed general opposition to 
revising critical habitat because taxpayers will be unable to access 
public lands and will lose recreational opportunities on public lands.
    Our Response: We acknowledge the commenters' concerns that revising 
critical habitat may result in certain habitat areas of the arroyo toad 
being restricted or closed to the public; however, an area we designate 
as critical habitat is not a refuge or sanctuary for the species but 
requires Federal agencies to ensure that their activities are not 
likely to destroy or adversely modify the areas designated. In 
addition, we believe that abundant recreational opportunities will 
remain and be available to the public on public lands, whether or not 
they are in arroyo toad critical habitat.

Comments Related to Site-Specific Areas

    Comment 14: One commenter supported our inclusion of the Upper 
Santa Ynez River as well as its Mono Creek and Indian Creek tributaries 
in Unit 3. However, they believe that Agua Caliente Creek (another 
tributary of the Santa Ynez River) should also be included in the 
designation and that Manzana Creek and La Brea Creek (tributaries to 
the Sisquoc River) should be included in the critical habitat 
designation. The commenter asserts that these tributaries contain 
numerous breeding pools and juvenile and adult habitat crucial to the 
survival of the toad but are subject to impacts from high-density 
recreational activity, off-highway vehicle use, livestock grazing, and 
mining activities. The commenter contends that designation of these 
areas as critical habitat would help facilitate protection of existing 
populations and help provide suitable habitat for recovery efforts.
    Our Response: Section 3(5)(A) of the Act defines critical habitat 
as: (1) The specific areas within the geographical area occupied by the 
species at the time it is listed on which are found those physical and 
biological features (a) essential to the conservation of the species, 
and (b) which may require special management considerations or 
protection, and (2) specific areas outside the geographical area 
occupied by the species at the time it is listed upon a determination 
by the Secretary that such areas are essential for the conservation of 
the species. Not all areas that may contribute to a species' recovery 
are necessarily essential for conservation of the species. Although 
arroyo toads are not known to occupy Agua Caliente Creek and we did not 
include Agua Caliente Creek as part of this final revised critical 
habitat designation for the arroyo toad, we included the confluence of 
Agua Caliente Creek and the Santa Ynez River occupied by arroyo toads 
because we determined that the area meets the definition of critical 
habitat. Additionally, we do not have information suggesting that 
Manzana Creek or La Brea Creek are occupied by arroyo toads or that 
these tributaries contribute a substantial amount of habitat that would 
be used by arroyo toads. We did not include these tributaries in this 
final revised critical habitat designation because these areas do not 
meet the definition of critical habitat for the arroyo toad.
    Comment 15: One commenter stated that the portion of Subunit 6a 
that encompasses approximately 7 mi (12 km) of Castaic Creek from Bear 
Canyon downstream to Castaic Lake should be excluded from the critical 
habitat designation. The commenter asserts that the Los Angeles County 
Department of Water and Power (LADWP) has secured appropriate permits 
from Federal and State agencies to clear accumulated materials and 
maintain three check-dams and debris basins on Castaic Creek. The 
commenter notes that these activities generally disturb the potential 
habitat for a number of years and the frequency and number of arroyo 
toads encountered has not dramatically increased; therefore, it is the 
opinion of the commenter that the area cannot be considered critical to 
the survival of the species.
    Our Response: According to a 2009 translocation survey report 
conducted prior to maintenance activities for the Castaic Power Plant 
(Ramirez 2009, pp. 1-5), recent 2008 and 2009 spring season surveys in 
Basin 1 within and adjacent to the project impact areas indicate that 
all of Basin 1 represents high-quality arroyo toad foraging and/or 
aestivation habitat. According to Ramirez (2009, p. 2), the active 
channel which bisects Basin 1 represents high-quality arroyo toad 
breeding habitat (during the spring season/inundation period). Arroyo 
toad tadpoles, juveniles, and adults were documented within Basin 1 
during 2008 and 2009 survey efforts conducted by the Forest Service 
(Ramirez 2009, p. 4). In addition, the western regions of Basins 2 and 
3 represent high-quality arroyo toad foraging and/or aestivation 
habitat (Ramirez 2009, p. 3). Based on these and prior annual survey 
results, we believe it is essential habitat for the arroyo toad and 
meets the definition of critical habitat for the species.
    Comment 16: Two commenters stated that land within Subunit 6b is 
already protected through conservation easements and other management 
measures and requested exclusion of Subunit 6b from the final revised 
critical habitat designation.
    The first commenter stated that the Newhall Land and Farming 
Company (Newhall LFC) Natural River Management Plan (NRMP) includes 
numerous avoidance and mitigation measures that benefit arroyo toads. 
Areas protected by conservation easement under the NRMP encompass 
nearly half of the proposed critical habitat acreage in Subunit 6. 
Newhall LFC has also voluntarily placed conservation easements on 
approximately 48 ac (19 ha) of arroyo toad upland habitat within the 
Santa Clara River corridor near the U.S. Interstate 5 bridge. This 
acreage is in addition to the acreage already conserved under the NRMP 
and Valencia Commerce Center conservation easements, as well as the 
conservation easements proposed under the Newhall Ranch Specific Plan. 
The commenter also stated that the Newhall Ranch area is not truly 
essential to the conservation of the species due to limited arroyo toad 
observations, and would generate considerable costs for private 
landowners.
    The second commenter stated that Subunit 6b is a highly developed 
area with concentrated urban and agricultural uses along the Santa 
Clara River corridor and its tributaries. Within the last 15 years, 
more than a dozen protocol surveys for arroyo toad have been performed 
in Subunit 6b and less than half of these surveys have identified any 
sign of arroyo toad presence. The commenter concluded that the few 
individuals found are not indicative of a robust population in the 
subunit, and therefore saw no reason for including Subunit 6b in the 
critical habitat designation and believed that the new regulatory 
burden resulting from the designation is not warranted.

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    Our Response: Although this area currently contains a small arroyo 
toad population, arroyo toad numbers likely were much larger in the 
past, and the number of arroyo toads has the potential to greatly 
increase once again throughout suitable habitat in this subunit. In the 
case of Newhall Ranch, we determined that approximately 1,003 ac (405 
ha) of land in Subunit 6b owned by Newhall LFC meet the definition of 
critical habitat under the Act. In our exclusion analysis under Section 
4(b)(2) of the Act, we evaluated the conservation strategy provided by 
Newhall LFC's Natural River Management Plan that includes the placement 
of a conservation easement on 541 ac (218 ha) on portions of Santa 
Clara River and Castaic Creek, of which 330 ac (133 ha) are within 
Subunit 6b. Existing conservation measures can minimize the benefits of 
inclusion, but the benefits of exclusion must outweigh the benefits of 
inclusion and a determination that exclusion would not result in the 
extinction of the species must be made before we can exclude lands from 
a final critical habitat designation. In making our final decision with 
regard to these lands, we considered several factors, including our 
relationships with the landowner and other stakeholders, conservation 
measures and management that are in place on these lands, and impacts 
to current and future partnerships. For the reasons discussed in the 
Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act section above, the 
Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude the 330 ac (133 ha) 
of Newhall LFC lands that have been conveyed the CDFG in a conservation 
easement and are conserved and managed by the NRMP from this final 
revised critical habitat designation.
    Comment 17: One commenter expressed concerns that the designation 
of critical habitat at the eastern end of Subunit 6b would impact 
operations and maintenance of several Metropolitan facilities (Foothill 
Feeder, Saugus Tunnel, and Santa Clara River Blow-Off Structure) and 
associated rights-of-way. The commenter stated we should revise the 
proposed designation to exclude approximately 243 acres of the eastern 
extension of critical habitat within Subunit 6b because the few arroyo 
toads present in this area do not represent a sustainable breeding 
population, and because operation of the Foothill Feeder, including 
discharge of water from the blow-off into the Santa Clara River, has 
minimal effects on this species.
    Our Response: Exclusion is based on our determination that the 
benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion, and that 
exclusion of an area will not result in extinction of a species, which 
is a more complex analysis process than described by the comment above. 
When considering the benefits of exclusion, we consider a variety of 
factors, which in the case of Newhall Ranch, included but was not 
limited to whether the conservation easements had been conveyed to 
CDFG, and whether there was a reasonable expectation that conservation 
management strategies and actions in the NRMP will be implemented into 
the future (see Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act section 
above for further discussion). After considering the relevant impacts, 
we have not concluded that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the 
benefits of inclusion for the remaining 672 ac (272 ha) of Newhall LFC 
lands within Subunit 6b. Regarding the 243 ac (98 ha) in question, the 
commenter did not include a map with the comment but simply described 
the area as the eastern extension of Subunit 6b. We are unable to 
determine how much, if any, of the 243 ac (98 ha) are within the 330 ac 
(133 ha) conservation easement and therefore, whether any of the 243 ac 
(98 ha) would be within the area that is excluded in Subunit 6b. 
Additionally, lands covered by buildings, pavement, and other 
structures, such as the Metropolitan Water District's water management 
facilities (Foothill Feeder, Saugus Tunnel, and Santa Clara River Blow-
Off Structure) would not be included in designated critical habitat 
because such lands do not support the physical and biological features 
essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad.
    Comment 18: One commenter stated that tributary streams to the 
lower Big Tujunga Wash in Unit 7, such as Clear, Doan, Ebbets, Vogel, 
Grizzly, Bryant, Ybarra, and Fusier creeks, contain suitable arroyo 
toad habitat and are unaffected by ``unseasonable'' water releases from 
Big Tujunga Dam. The commenter believed these tributaries have not 
received adequate focused surveys for arroyo toads and that Big Tujunga 
Wash might be naturally repopulated with arroyo toad tadpoles from 
these tributaries, provided water releases from the dam are timed 
properly and removal of invasive species is successfully completed.
    Our Response: We appreciate the commenter expressing their opinion 
that tributary streams to the lower Big Tujunga Wash may harbor 
suitable breeding habitat. We will consider this information during 
future recovery planning. At this time, the best available information 
indicates this habitat is of questionable suitability, is not currently 
occupied (Backlin et al. 2002, pp. 6, 12; Hitchcock et al. 2004, pp. 8-
9, 29), is not connected to habitat that is occupied, and does not 
appear to be required to maintain the appropriate population structure 
across the species' range, or to provide connectivity between breeding 
sites; therefore, it does not meet the definition of arroyo toad 
critical habitat. Please see our response to Comment 6 above.
    Comment 19: One commenter expressed concerns regarding potential 
impacts from the proposed revised critical habitat designation to 
existing and planned operations, maintenance, and protection activities 
associated with Metropolitan's Colorado River Aqueduct (CRA) right-of-
way and appurtenant facilities in Unit 23. The commenter believes we 
should revise the proposed designation to exclude the area within the 
Metropolitan CRA for the following reasons: (1) The absence of arroyo 
toads and PCEs; (2) previous and ongoing disturbance; (3) significant 
maintenance operations impacts that could potentially occur; and (4) 
significant potential economic impacts.
    Our Response: Following examination of data used to map Unit 23 in 
the proposed rule and discussions with species experts regarding 
identification records, we determined that these records are not arroyo 
toads and do not support a determination that this area meets the 
definition of critical habitat. Therefore, Unit 23 is not included in 
this final revised critical habitat rule (see the Summary of Changes 
from the 2009 Proposed Rule To Revise Critical Habitat section).
    Comment 20: Two commenters commended the Service for proposing 
critical habitat for the arroyo toad on 7.3 mi (12 km) of Silverado 
Creek in Unit 8. They stated there are multiple factors threatening the 
arroyo toad, including habitat loss from urban development, predation 
by invasive species, and wildfire, that necessitate continued 
protection under the Act for the arroyo toad in the Santa Ana River 
Basin.
    Our Response: We appreciate the support and look forward to working 
with the commenters in the future on continued conservation efforts for 
the arroyo toad.
    Comment 21: One commenter stated several reasons why they believe 
that arroyo toad critical habitat rule improperly includes 43 ac (17 
ha) of Pardee's Meadowwood project site north of State Route 76 along 
the San Luis Rey River in Unit 14. They stated that this area does not 
contain suitable breeding or aestivation habitat, and the recently 
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realignment of State Route 76 together with the permanent arroyo toad 
barrier fence that will be installed on the southern edge of the right-
of-way will restrict movements of toads from the San Luis Rey 
floodprone area north onto the Meadowwood project site.
    Our Response: Upon further examination, we agree that areas within 
the Meadowwood project site and on Rosemary's Mountain to the east do 
not contain the physical and biological features essential to the 
conservation of the arroyo toad. Therefore, we removed these areas from 
critical habitat. We did not remove all lands north of State Route 76, 
as arroyo toads may access these other areas via Horse Ranch Creek, 
which flows underneath State Route 76 and connects with the San Luis 
Rey River.
    Comment 22: One commenter requested that we reexamine the portion 
of Unit 16 where we proposed critical habitat along Guejito Creek on 
the Rancho Guejito property. The commenter stated that we included 
areas where the arroyo toad and the PCEs were absent, such as roads, 
developed areas, and particular natural features (i.e., steep slopes), 
or where the species status is uncertain. They recommended the 
following revisions: (1) Reduce potential adjacent upland habitat to 
1,000 ft (305 m), (2) remove the lower 2.3 mi (10 km) reach of Guejito 
Creek that does not support breeding activities and lacks PCEs, and (3) 
remove the developed area north of San Pasqual Valley Road.
    Our Response: After determining the criteria used to identify 
critical habitat, we made every effort to avoid developed areas such as 
lands covered by buildings, pavement, and other structures because such 
lands lack PCEs for the arroyo toad. We did not designate some areas if 
habitat was highly degraded and not likely restorable, nor did we 
designate areas that were highly fragmented or isolated. Such areas 
provide little or no long-term conservation value and do not support 
the physical and biological features essential to the conservation of 
the arroyo toad. Agricultural lands may have been included if they were 
within areas identified as necessary for dispersal or connectivity 
between known occurrences. However, we avoided known areas of intensive 
agriculture that lacked the PCEs for the arroyo toad. The scale of the 
maps we prepared under the parameters for publication within the Code 
of Federal Regulations may not reflect the exclusion of such developed 
lands. Any such lands inadvertently left inside critical habitat 
boundaries shown on the maps of the revised critical habitat are 
excluded by text in this final rule.
    We do not agree that upland habitat delineation should be limited 
to 1,000 ft (305 m) from the stream channel. Section 4(b) of the Act 
requires we designate critical habitat on the basis of the best 
scientific and commercial data available. We believe our proposed 
revisions to critical habitat were supported by sufficient data that 
represents the best available scientific information. To delineate 
upland habitat areas, we used a GIS-based modeling procedure. We 
determined that areas up to 82 ft (25 m) in elevation above the stream 
channel were most likely to contain the riparian and upland habitat 
elements essential to arroyo toads. We truncated the upland habitat 
delineation in flat areas at 4,921 ft (1,500 m) from the stream channel 
based on known movement of arroyo toads if the 82-ft (25-m) elevation 
limit had not yet been reached at that point. These model parameters 
are based on the best scientific data available and are the same as 
those used in the 2004 proposed critical habitat designation (69 FR 
23254; April 28, 2004) (see the Criteria Used to Identify Critical 
Habitat section of this rule). Peer reviewers expressed support for our 
methods (see Comment 1 above).
    We do not agree that the lower 2.3 mi (10 km) reach of Guejito 
Creek does not contain any PCEs. This area provides stream channels and 
adjacent upland habitat that allow movement to breeding pools, foraging 
areas, overwintering sites, and upstream and downstream dispersal for 
arroyo toad dispersal (PCE 4); therefore, it meets the definition of 
arroyo toad critical habitat.
    Comment 23: Two commenters opposed the designation of critical 
habitat in Subunit 22a. One commenter argued that the Rancho Las Flores 
Planned Community (Rancho Las Flores) land in Summit Valley, San 
Bernardino County, which surrounds the West Fork of the Mojave River, 
should be excluded from the final revised critical habitat designation. 
The commenter pointed out that many acres in this area will be 
designated as open space and are protected by a conservation easement 
to protect the toad. They also stated that two biological opinions have 
been issued for projects in this area and a habitat conservation plan 
(HCP) is being developed to cover lands not addressed in the biological 
opinions. Additionally, they expressed concern that new housing, jobs, 
and other social benefits provided by the planned community may be 
jeopardized or constrained by a critical habitat designation.
    A second commenter opposed the designation of critical habitat in 
Subunit 22a on Summit Valley Ranch in Summit Valley, San Bernardino 
County, which contains a portion of Little Horsethief Creek that runs 
through the southern portion of the site and is known to contain a 
breeding population of the arroyo toad. However, the commenter argued 
that the proposed critical habitat designation is too broad because it 
also includes Horsethief Creek and adjacent upland areas that do not 
contain breeding populations or breeding habitat for the arroyo toad. 
The commenter recommended revising the proposed designation at a 
minimum to exclude the western half of Horsethief Creek on Summit 
Valley Ranch and all land north of Highway 138. Additionally, the 
developed homesite, stock pond, and grazing land fronting the homesite 
should be excluded from critical habitat because they lack the primary 
constituent elements for arroyo toad habitat.
    Our Response: Justification of exclusion from critical habitat is 
not based on conservation measures provided by an HCP or other 
management plan but on how the benefits of exclusion compare to the 
benefits of inclusion. After considering the relevant impacts, we did 
not conclude that the benefits of excluding lands owned by the Rancho 
Las Flores LLP in Subunit 22a outweigh the benefits of including those 
lands, and the Secretary is declining to exercise his discretion to 
exclude the Rancho Las Flores property. Additionally, we did not 
conclude that the benefits of excluding the Summit Valley Ranch 
property in Subunit 22a outweigh the benefits of including those lands, 
and the Secretary is declining to exercise his discretion to exclude 
the Summit Valley Ranch property. The portion of Little Horsethief 
Creek that runs through Summit Valley Ranch contains the physical and 
biological features essential to the conservation of the arroyo toad. 
The area supports important breeding habitat and a robust breeding 
population of arroyo toads. However, we agree that the lands north of 
State Route 138 do not contain the primary constituent elements of 
critical habitat, and we removed those lands from this final revised 
critical habitat designation (see the Summary of Changes from the 2009 
Proposed Rule to Revise Critical Habitat section). The Secretary's 
determination not to exercise his discretion to exclude areas from 
critical habitat designation under section 4(b)(2) of the Act is 
committed to agency discretion by law and is not

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reviewable (see Home Builders Ass'n of N. Cal. v. U.S. Fish & Wildlife 
Serv., 2006 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 80255 at *66 (E.D. Cal. Nov. 2, 2006); 
Cape Hatteras Access Preservation Alliance et al. v. U.S. Dept. of the 
Interior, 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 84515 ** 36-38 (D.D.C. August 17, 
2010)).

Comments Related to HCPs, NCCP Program, and Section 7

    Comment 24: One commenter stated that HCPs, which allow for the 
``take'' of species, are not a substitute for the designation of 
critical habitat, which focuses on the recovery of species. The 
commenter argued that excluding areas of essential habitat from 
critical habitat designation that are covered or will be covered in the 
future by other management or conservation plans is unreasonable and 
unjustified. They were opposed to any exclusion of areas that may be 
covered by other management plans, specifically the Western Riverside 
County MSHCP, San Diego MSCP (and specifically the San Diego County 
Subarea Plan under the MSCP), Coachella Valley MSHCP, the Orange County 
Southern Subregion HCP, and Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP.
    Our Response: With regard to the commenter's concerns that lands 
owned or under the jurisdiction of the Western Riverside County MSHCP, 
San Diego MSCP (and specifically the San Diego County Subarea Plan 
under the MSCP), the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP, and the 
Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP should not be excluded because 
these HCPs may not adequately provide for the recovery of the species, 
the adequacy of an HCP to provide for the survival and recovery of the 
species is not the basis for an exclusion determination. Exclusion is 
based on our determination that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the 
benefits of inclusion, and that exclusion of an area will not result in 
extinction of a species. Conservation benefits provided by existing 
HCPs are not considered a benefit of exclusion because they would 
remain in place regardless of critical habitat designation; however, 
they do minimize the benefits of inclusion to the extent that they are 
redundant with protection measures that would be provided by a critical 
habitat designation. Any remaining conservation benefits resulting from 
critical habitat inclusion are also limited to projects where a Federal 
nexus applies. As described in the Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of 
the Act section above, the likelihood of a project with a Federal nexus 
occurring on lands covered by the Western Riverside County MSHCP, San 
Diego MSCP (and specifically the San Diego County Subarea Plan under 
the MSCP), the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP, and the Orange 
County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP proposed revised critical habitat is 
small in areas that are currently conserved; therefore, the benefits of 
inclusion are relatively minor in these areas. Additionally, we made 
the determination that lands within the jurisdiction of the Coachella 
Valley MSHCP do not meet the definition of critical habitat; therefore, 
this HCP is not addressed in this final rule (see Summary of Changes 
from the 2009 Proposed Rule to Revise Critical Habitat section).
    When we issued the incidental take permits for these regional HCPs, 
we believed they would address conservation issues from a coordinated, 
integrated perspective rather than a piecemeal, project-by-project 
approach (as would occur under sections 7 and 9 of the Act and smaller 
HCPs), and provide adequate protection for the arroyo toad and its 
habitat within plan area boundaries. We believe these five regional 
HCPs (including the Coachella Valley MSHCP, which addresses arroyo toad 
management although critical habitat does not occur within the 
boundaries of that plan; see Summary of Changes from the 2009 Proposed 
Rule to Revise Critical Habitat section) incorporate ongoing management 
and protection that will benefit the long-term conservation of arroyo 
toads and their habitat. We continue to monitor their implementation 
and the species' status and have not altered our determination. We have 
not determined the Western Riverside County MSHCP, San Diego MSCP (and 
specifically the San Diego County Subarea Plan under the MSCP), the 
Orange County Southern Subregion HCP, and Orange County Central-Coastal 
NCCP/HCP are being improperly implemented, nor that a return to the 
project-by-project approach as otherwise occurs under the Act would 
achieve greater long-term conservation than continued protection under 
these regional HCPs. Nonetheless, the Secretary is declining to 
exercise his discretion to exclude lands owned by or under the 
jurisdiction of the permittees of the San Diego MSCP. The Secretary's 
determination not to exercise his discretion to exclude areas from 
critical habitat designation under section 4(b)(2) of the Act is 
committed to agency discretion by law and is not reviewable (see Home 
Builders Ass'n of N. Cal. v. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Serv., 2006 U.S. 
Dist. LEXIS 80255 at *66 (E.D. Cal. Nov. 2, 2006); Cape Hatteras Access 
Preservation Alliance et al. v. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 2010 U.S. 
Dist. LEXIS 84515 ** 36-38 (D.D.C. August 17, 2010)). The Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude a portion of lands covered by the 
Western Riverside County MSHCP, Orange County Southern Subregion HCP, 
and Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP. Please refer to the 
Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Other Relevant Impacts 
section for further discussion of these areas.
    Comment 25: One commenter stated that most of the lands proposed 
for arroyo toad revised critical habitat designation in San Diego 
County (County) are unincorporated and therefore under the jurisdiction 
of the County. These areas are subject to the County's ongoing regional 
habitat conservation planning efforts under the Multiple Species 
Conservation Program (MSCP). While the MSCP for South San Diego County 
has been adopted and the Service has issued the incidental take permit, 
the MSCP for North San Diego County will not be finalized until 2011, 
and the MSCP for East San Diego County is still in development. 
Regardless, the commenter stated that the Service should exclude all 
arroyo toad critical habitat units and subunits within all three MSCP 
areas from the final revised critical habitat designation, based on the 
following rationale: (1) HCPs incorporate management measures and 
protection for conserved lands designed to restore and enhance their 
value as habitat; (2) costs would be increased and projects delayed by 
section 7 consultations, prompted primarily by the presence of critical 
habitat covering activities already covered by HCPs; (3) designating 
critical habitat over areas already covered by HCPs implies that the 
HCPs are not providing adequate protection for the covered species, and 
could provide an avenue for legal challenges against HCPs themselves; 
and (4) regional HCPs take many years to develop and require 
substantial investment of time and resources by Federal, State, and 
local governments; private landowners; and conservation organizations. 
The commenter stated that the resulting plan provides a preserve system 
and management measures that protect covered species and their habitat 
over the long term and provides the opportunity to implement measures 
to support the recovery of listed species on a broad and meaningful 
scale.
    Our Response: Justification of exclusion from critical habitat is 
not based on conservation measures provided by an HCP but on how the 
benefits of exclusion compare to the

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benefits of inclusion. After considering the relevant impacts, we did 
not conclude that the benefits of excluding lands covered by the County 
of San Diego Subarea Plan under the MSCP outweigh the benefits of 
including those lands (Subunits 16a, 17b, 17d, 18a, and 19b), and the 
Secretary is declining to exercise his discretion to exclude lands in 
these areas. Additionally, the North County MSCP and the East County 
MSCP under which conservation measures will be assured future 
implementation are not yet finalized; therefore, we have not concluded 
that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion. 
There are potential significant benefits to the conservation of arroyo 
toad that may come from the designation of critical habitat on these 
lands (Subunits 11b, 12a, 12b, 13a, 13b, 16a, 16d, 17a, 17b, 17d, 18a, 
19a, 19b, 19c, 19d, 19e, and Units 14 and 15). The Secretary's 
determination not to exercise his discretion to exclude areas from 
critical habitat designation under section 4(b)(2) of the Act is 
committed to agency discretion by law and is not reviewable (see Home 
Builders Ass'n of N. Cal. v. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Serv., 2006 U.S. 
Dist. LEXIS 80255 at *66 (E.D. Cal. Nov. 2, 2006); Cape Hatteras Access 
Preservation Alliance et al. v. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 2010 U.S. 
Dist. LEXIS 84515 ** 36-38 (D.D.C. August 17, 2010)).
    Comment 26: Two commenters argued for the exclusion of lands in 
Units 9 and 13 from the final revised critical habitat designation that 
are owned by or under the jurisdiction of the Western Riverside County 
MSHCP permittees because the HCP already adequately provides for the 
survival and recovery of the species, and under section 6.9 of the HCP 
and section 14.10 of the associated Implementing Agreement, no critical 
habitat should be designated in the HCP Plan Area. The commenters 
argued that designating critical habitat within the Western Riverside 
County MSHCP Plan boundaries would create duplicative regulatory 
efforts without any additional benefits to the species and would 
ultimately dissuade future habitat conservation plan creation. The 
commenters argued further that federally owned lands, not just 
privately owned lands, in each unit within the MSHCP should also be 
excluded because the Implementing Agreement has already taken Federal 
lands into account and therefore adequately provides for the survival 
and recovery of the species on these lands.
    Our Response: With regard to the commenters' assertions that lands 
owned by or under the jurisdiction of the Western Riverside County 
MSHCP should be excluded because the HCP adequately provides for the 
survival and recovery of the species, the adequacy of an HCP to provide 
for the survival and recovery of the species is not the basis for an 
exclusion determination. Exclusion is based on our determination that 
the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion, and that 
exclusion of an area will not result in extinction of a species, which 
is a more complex analysis process than described by the comments 
above. We found the benefits of exclusion of lands covered by the 
Western Riverside County MSHCP that are conserved and managed are 
greater than the benefits of including these lands in the critical 
habitat designation in Units 9 and 13 (see the Exclusions Under Section 
4(b)(2) of the Act--Other Relevant Impacts--``Western Riverside County 
Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (Western Riverside County 
MSHCP)'' section above for a detailed discussion).
    With regard to the commenters' belief that critical habitat should 
not be designated in the Western Riverside County MSHCP Plan Area based 
on language in section 6.9 of the HCP and the associated Implementing 
Agreement, section 14.10 of the Implementing Agreement does not 
preclude critical habitat designation within the plan area (Dudek and 
Associates 2003, pp. 51-52). Consistent with our commitment under the 
Implementing Agreement, and after public review and comment on the 
proposed revision to critical habitat for the arroyo toad, we 
determined through our analysis under section 4(b)(2) of the Act that 
the maximum extent of allowable exclusions under the Western Riverside 
County MSHCP was limited to the exclusion of conserved and managed 
lands owned by or under the jurisdiction of the permittees of the 
Western Riverside County MSHCP in Units 9 and 13 (see the Exclusions 
Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Other Relevant Impacts--``Western 
Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (Western 
Riverside County MSHCP)'' section above for a detailed discussion).
    Comment 27: One commenter believed the Service should exclude the 
entire 2,182 ac (883 ha) of proposed Unit 8 from the final revised 
critical habitat because potential risks to the arroyo toad have been 
sufficiently reduced or even eliminated through participation in the 
Orange County Central-Coastal Natural Community Conservation Plan/
Habitat Conservation Plan (Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP) and 
the North Ranch Policy Plan Area (NRPPA). The commenter further stated 
that although approximately 9 percent (identified by the commenter as 
land encompassing Santiago Creek from the confluence with Silverado 
Creek downstream to Irvine Lake) is not covered by either program, this 
land is unoccupied by arroyo toads and therefore is not essential to 
conservation of this species. Finally, the commenter identified during 
the second comment period that the area considered for exclusion within 
Unit 8 was changed from 1,497 ac (606 ha) in the 2009 proposed revised 
rule (74 FR 52630, 52643; October 13, 2009) to 647 ac (262 ha) in the 
2010 revisions to the proposed rule that were outlined in the document 
making available the DEA (75 FR 37365; June 29, 2010). The commenter 
stated that this 850-ac (344-ha) reduction is not explained, nor is it 
clear how this amount was determined or where it lies within the unit.
    Our Response: With regard to the commenter's belief that lands 
owned or under the jurisdiction of the Orange County Central-Coastal 
NCCP/HCP should be excluded because the HCP adequately provides for the 
survival and recovery of the species, the adequacy of an HCP to provide 
for the survival and recovery of the species is not the basis for an 
exclusion determination. Exclusion is based on our determination that 
the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion, and that 
exclusion of an area will not result in extinction of a species, which 
is a more complex analysis process than described by the comments 
above. We found the benefits of exclusion of conserved and managed 
lands covered by the Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and NRPPA 
to be greater than the minimal benefits of including these lands in the 
critical habitat designation in Unit 8 (see Exclusions Under Section 
4(b)(2) of the Act--Other Relevant Impacts--``Orange County Central-
Coastal Subregional Habitat Conservation Plan/Natural Community 
Conservation Plan (Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP)'' section 
above for a detailed discussion).
    Based on the commenter's concerns with regard to the Santiago Creek 
area, we reevaluated survey data in our files from 2005 (GLA 2005). We 
agree that approximately 179 ac (72 ha) specifically encompassing 
Santiago Creek from just below the confluence with Black Star Creek 
downstream to Irvine Lake do not contain the PCEs, and therefore we 
removed this area from this final revised critical habitat designation. 
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because as water from Irvine Lake frequently backs up into this area 
and creates conditions favorable for arroyo toad predators. High 
numbers and distribution of these predators, such as bullfrog, crayfish 
(Procambarus clarkia), and prickly sculpin (Cottus asper), were 
detected at this location (GLA 2005). With regard to the remaining 
portion of lands in Unit 8 encompassing Black Star Creek and Santiago 
Creek upstream of the confluence with Black Star Creek, the best 
available scientific information indicates that these areas contain the 
physical and biological features essential to conservation of this 
species. However, some of these areas are covered by the Orange County 
Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and NRPPA, and we determined that the benefits 
of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion in this final revised 
critical habitat designation in these areas. Therefore, the Secretary 
is exercising his discretion to exclude these areas from this final 
rule.
    Regarding the 9 percent, now 4 percent, of lands covered by the 
Orange County Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP and NRPPA that are not 
conserved, we do not agree that these areas do not meet the definition 
of critical habitat. We also do not agree that the remaining areas of 
Unit 8 (i.e., 685 ac (277 ha) of Forest Service land) not covered by 
the HCP do not meet the definition of critical habitat, and the 
Secretary is not exercising his discretion to exclude these areas from 
this final revised critical habitat designation. The Secretary's 
determination not to exercise his discretion to exclude areas from 
critical habitat designation under section 4(b)(2) of the Act is 
committed to agency discretion by law and is not reviewable (see Home 
Builders Ass'n of N. Cal. v. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Serv., 2006 U.S. 
Dist. LEXIS 80255 at *66 (E.D. Cal. Nov. 2, 2006); Cape Hatteras Access 
Preservation Alliance et al. v. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 2010 U.S. 
Dist. LEXIS 84515 ** 36-38 (D.D.C. August 17, 2010)).
    With regard to the commenter's concern that the area considered for 
exclusion was reduced by 850-ac (344-ha) in the document making 
available the DEA (75 FR 37365; June 29, 2010), we apologize for this 
confusion, as the acreage printed in the table was in error. The area 
considered for exclusion as noticed to the public in the 2009 proposed 
revised rule (74 FR 52630, 52643; October 13, 2009) is the correct 
acreage considered for exclusion under section 4(b)(2) of the Act. 
Additionally (as noted above), we found the benefits of exclusion of 
lands covered by the NRPPA to be greater than the minimal benefits of 
including these lands in the critical habitat designation in Unit 8 
(see Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Other Relevant 
Impacts--``Orange County Central-Coastal Subregional Habitat 
Conservation Plan/Natural Community Conservation Plan (Orange County 
Central-Coastal NCCP/HCP)'' section above for a detailed discussion).
    Comment 28: One commenter stated that lands owned by the Sweetwater 
Authority, Helix Water District, and Padre Dam Municipal Water District 
in San Diego County (portions of Subunits 18a and 18c) should be 
excluded from designated critical habitat for the arroyo toad because 
existing management and protection measures adequately conserve the 
habitat and those measures are likely to continue in the foreseeable 
future under the pending draft Joint Water Agencies Natural Community 
Conservation Plan/Habitat Conservation Plan (JWA NCCP/HCP) anticipated 
to be completed within the next year.
    Our Response: Exclusions under section 4(b)(2) of the Act are based 
on whether the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of 
inclusion. Conservation benefits provided by existing HCPs are not 
considered a benefit of exclusion because they would remain in place 
regardless of critical habitat designation; however, they do minimize 
the benefits of inclusion to the extent that they are redundant with 
protection measures that would be provided by a critical habitat 
designation. We reviewed the draft JWA NCCP/HCP referenced by the 
commenter and determined that the existing management and protection 
measures do provide beneficial conservation measures for the arroyo 
toad that are redundant with conservation measures provided by critical 
habitat designation, and therefore would reduce the benefits of 
inclusion in critical habitat if implementation were assured into the 
future. When considering the benefits of exclusion, we consider a 
variety of factors, including, but not limited to, whether the plan is 
finalized (i.e., approved by all parties) and whether there is a 
reasonable expectation that conservation management strategies and 
actions will be implemented into the future (see Exclusions Under 
Section 4(b)(2) of the Act section above for further discussion). After 
considering the relevant impacts, we have not concluded that the 
benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion for lands 
owned by the Sweetwater Authority, Helix Water District, and Padre Dam 
Municipal Water District, and the Secretary is not exercising his 
discretion to exclude these areas from arroyo toad critical habitat 
designation. The Secretary's determination not to exercise his 
discretion to exclude areas from critical habitat designation under 
section 4(b)(2) of the Act is committed to agency discretion by law and 
is not reviewable (see Home Builders Ass'n of N. Cal. v. U.S. Fish & 
Wildlife Serv., 2006 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 80255 at *66 (E.D. Cal. Nov. 2, 
2006); Cape Hatteras Access Preservation Alliance et al. v. U.S. Dept. 
of the Interior, 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 84515 ** 36-38 (D.D.C. August 
17, 2010)).
    Comment 29: One commenter requested that the Southern Subregion 
NCCP/HCP (referred to as the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP in 
the proposed revised critical habitat designation and this final rule) 
be excluded from the final revised critical habitat designation for the 
following reasons: (1) The plan benefits the arroyo toad through 
conservation of breeding locations, protection of upland foraging and 
aestivation habitats, and management actions; (2) the plan provides 
assurances that the conservation strategies and actions will be 
implemented and effective; and (3) the Service has stated its intention 
to exclude habitat within this plan area from any revision to an 
existing critical habitat designation as long as the Conservation 
Strategy is being properly implemented.
    Our Response: The Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude 
certain lands within the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP plan area 
from this final revised critical habitat designation (see ``Orange 
County Southern Subregion Habitat Conservation Plan (Orange County 
Southern Subregion HCP)'' section under the Exclusions Under Section 
4(b)(2) of the Act--Other Relevant Impacts section above). With regard 
to the commenter's assertions that lands owned by or under the 
jurisdiction of the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP should be 
excluded because the HCP adequately provides for the conservation of 
the species, the adequacy of an HCP to provide for the conservation of 
the species is not the basis for an exclusion determination. Exclusion 
is based on our determination that the benefits of exclusion outweigh 
the benefits of inclusion, and that exclusion of an area will not 
result in extinction of a species. We found the benefits of exclusion 
of lands covered by the Orange County Southern Subregion HCP to be 
greater than the minimal benefits of including these lands in the 
critical habitat designation in Subunits 10a, 10b, and 11a (see 
``Orange County Southern Subregion

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Habitat Conservation Plan (Orange County Southern Subregion HCP)'' 
section under the Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Other 
Relevant Impacts section above for a detailed discussion).

Comments Related to Military Lands

    Comment 30: The U.S. Navy stated that their facility, Camp Morena, 
lacks PCEs for arroyo toad and that no potentially suitable breeding 
habitat occurs on the property. Although potential upland foraging 
habitat occurs on the property, the U.S. Navy stated that the 
suitability of the habitat is low based on current and past human use 
of the site, compacted soils throughout the site, and low percentage of 
sand in the soil.
    Our Response: The Navy's statement was based on a draft 2009 
biological inventory that was not available for our review. Through our 
original analysis, we believe that this area in question contains the 
PCEs and provides suitable habitat for arroyo toad. Without additional 
data, we do not have a basis to reevaluate the area. Regardless, we 
determined that the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of 
inclusion under section 4(b)(2) of the Act for lands that overlap with 
Camp Morena (Unit 19); therefore, these lands are not included in this 
critical habitat designation (see Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of 
the Act--Impacts to National Security section).
    Comment 31: Two Federal agencies commented on the relationship of 
critical habitat designation for the arroyo toad and military lands. 
The first commenter, the U.S. Navy, agreed with the exemption of the 
Fallbrook Naval Weapons Station from critical habitat designation based 
on the existing 2006 Service approved INRMP, which provides 
conservation benefits to the arroyo toad. The Navy also believed 
additional Navy facilities, the Remote Training Site Warner Springs and 
Camp Morena, should be excluded from the final revised critical habitat 
designation. They contended that additional regulatory requirements 
imposed by the critical habitat designation for the arroyo toad may: 
(1) Restrict or prohibit implementation of required training (such as 
mission planning capabilities, more frequent training, and construction 
of new facilities); (2) result in unacceptable delays to construction 
of facilities needed to support mission critical training (such as 
unique warfare skills available to soldiers at Remote Training Site 
Warner Springs and Camp Morena); and (3) cause delays in construction 
of facilities or training initiatives that support operational 
readiness, which has a serious impact on personnel readiness and 
national security, resulting in lower numbers of qualified personnel or 
skills needed for the Navy's national security mission.
    The Navy stated that since the Remote Training Site Warner Springs 
and Camp Morena are part of Naval Base Coronado, they are included in a 
2009 update to the Naval Base Coronado INRMP, which identifies measures 
that provide conservation benefits to the species at Remote Training 
Site Warner Springs. The update to the INRMP was based on focused 
surveys for the arroyo toad that were conducted in 2006 to support the 
Biological Assessment for Expansion and Realignment of Training Areas 
at Remote Training Site Warner Springs (March 2008). The INRMP 
revision, expected to be completed in 2011, will incorporate all 
coordinated updates and conservation protocols established by new 
biological opinions for species found on Naval Base Coronado, and it 
will address natural resource management of the newly acquired Camp 
Morena property.
    The second commenter, Cleveland National Forest, agreed with the 
U.S. Navy that critical habitat for the arroyo toad should not be 
proposed along the upper San Luis River at the Remote Training Site 
Warner Springs in Unit 15 because it is covered by the Naval Base 
Coronado INRMP; it serves as the west coast's principal venue for SERE 
(Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape) training, and the critical 
habitat designation would result in unacceptable delays to future 
proposed training activities or construction of facilities needed to 
support mission critical training.
    Our Response: In our section 4(b)(2) exclusion analyses for Remote 
Training Site Warner Springs and Camp Morena, we considered several 
factors including impacts to national security associated with a 
critical habitat designation as described by the Navy, existing 
consultations, and conservation measures in place at Naval Base 
Coronado facilities that benefit the arroyo toad. As stated in section 
4(b)(2) of the Act, the Secretary may exclude any portion of such an 
area from the critical habitat if the benefits of such exclusion 
outweigh the benefits of specifying the area as part of the critical 
habitat. The Secretary shall not exclude any such area if, based on the 
best scientific and commercial data available, he determines that the 
failure to designate that area as critical habitat will result in the 
extinction of the species concerned. The Secretary is exercising his 
discretion to exclude all training lands associated with Remote 
Training Site Warner Springs and Camp Morena from this final revised 
critical habitat designation based on impacts to national security (see 
Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Impacts to National 
Security section above). We appreciate all of the Navy's efforts to 
conserve the arroyo toad and its habitat on its lands and will continue 
to work cooperatively with them in the future for resource 
conservation.

Comments Related to U.S. Forest Service Lands on the Angeles National 
Forest, Cleveland National Forest, Los Padres National Forest, and San 
Bernardino National Forest

    Comment 32: Two national forests agreed with the proposed revised 
critical habitat designation:
    (1) Angeles National Forest agreed with our description of the 
biology, habitat, and population status of the arroyo toad; and
    (2) Los Padres National Forest agreed with the proposed designation 
of critical habitat in Unit 3, Subunit 5a, and Subunit 5b because all 
of these areas are occupied by arroyo toads and contain essential 
habitat.
    Our Response: We appreciate the support and look forward to working 
with the U.S. Forest Service in the future on continued conservation 
efforts for the arroyo toad.
    Comment 33: Two national forests stated that the proposed revised 
critical habitat designation will not negatively impact current 
National Forest Land Management planning:
    (1) Angeles National Forest stated that the critical habitat 
designation would not serve as an impediment for completion of the 
Tehachapi Renewable Transmission Project or be cost prohibitive, 
although some design modification of the project may occur to reduce 
construction impacts to arroyo toad designated critical habitat; and
    (2) Los Padres National Forest stated that redesignating Unit 3, 
Subunit 5a, and Subunit 5b will not likely require a change of current 
management actions because the Los Padres National Forest considers 
protection of the arroyo toad and its habitat an important part of 
their land management plan.
    Our Response: Again, we appreciate the support and look forward to 
working with the U.S. Forest Service in the future on continued 
conservation efforts for the arroyo toad.
    Comment 34: Two national forests provided information on threats to 
the arroyo toad:
    (1) Angeles National Forest stated that the Big Tujunga locality of 
arroyo toads (Unit 7) is the only one where public access is not 
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proximity to a regularly traveled road that can be easily accessed by 
visitors, and therefore is at an elevated risk of impacts from human 
activities;
    (2) Angeles National Forest provided updated information on effects 
of the Station Fire to Unit 7, Subunit 6a, and Unit 21; and
    (3) Cleveland National Forest stated that regarding Subunits 19c 
and 19d, there is no authorized grazing along the portions of Pine 
Creek within proposed critical habitat, which has been in effect since 
1998 for the lower portion of Pine Creek (south of Old Highway 80), and 
since 2007 for the upper portion of Pine Creek (north of Old Highway 
80).
    Our Response: We appreciate these edit recommendations and have 
made changes to the unit descriptions in this final rule (see the Final 
Revised Critical Habitat Designation section above).
    Comment 35: Three national forests recommended adding or removing 
areas to the proposed revised critical habitat designation:
    (1) Angeles National Forest recommended re-examining areas near 
Lynx Gulch Road for consideration as critical habitat because there are 
verified records of arroyo toads from this area;
    (2) Cleveland National Forest recommended adding San Mateo Creek 
between Camp Pendleton and Tenaja Falls in Subunit 11b to the critical 
habitat designation because the entire stretch is occupied by arroyo 
toads;
    (3) San Bernardino National Forest recommended including Little 
Horsethief Canyon, Horsethief Canyon, the Cleghorn arm of Silverwood 
Lake, Kinely Creek, Mojave River, and Deep Creek for at least 0.5 mi 
(km) of the Mojave River below the Mojave spillway in Unit 22;
    (4) San Bernardino National Forest recommended re-examining 
Cucamonga Canyon for consideration as critical habitat because there 
are verified records of arroyo toads from this area within the last 
decade; and
    (5) Cleveland National Forest recommended removing the following 
areas because they are headwaters that lack the PCEs of critical 
habitat for the arroyo toad: Upper San Juan Creek from just upstream of 
Lower San Juan Picnic Area to the headwaters (Subunit 10a); Agua 
Caliente Creek (Unit 15); Temecula Creek from the intersection with 
Chihuahua to headwaters (Subunit 13b); Viejas Creek from just above the 
confluence with Sweetwater Creek to headwaters (Subunit 18a); and the 
upper portion of Horsethief Canyon (Subunit 19d).
    Our Response: We considered the suggested changes to this critical 
habitat designation. However, we did not receive enough information to 
support revisions to our critical habitat designation in most of these 
areas. Regarding the suggestion to add San Mateo Creek between MCB Camp 
Pendleton and Tenaja Falls in Subunit 11b to the critical habitat 
designation, we reevaluated survey data in our files and included this 
area in the proposed revised critical habitat as noticed in the 
document making available the DEA (75 FR 37358; June 29, 2010). For 
more information see the Summary of Changes From the 2009 Proposed Rule 
to Revise Critical Habitat section.
    Comment 36: Cleveland National Forest recommended removing the Oak 
Grove administrative site in Subunit 13b from the final revised 
critical habitat designation because most of the site is developed and 
heavily disturbed over many years due to operation of the fire station 
and campground.
    Our Response: After determining the criteria used to identify 
critical habitat, we made every effort to avoid developed areas such as 
lands covered by buildings, pavement, and other structures because such 
lands lack PCEs for the arroyo toad. We did not designate some areas if 
habitat was highly degraded and not likely restorable, nor did we 
designate areas that were highly fragmented or isolated. Such areas 
provide little or no long-term conservation value and do not support 
the physical and biological features essential to the conservation of 
the arroyo toad. The scale of the maps we prepared under the parameters 
for publication within the Code of Federal Regulations may not reflect 
the exclusion of such developed lands. Any such lands inadvertently 
left inside critical habitat boundaries shown on the maps of the final 
revised critical habitat (including the Oak Grove administrative site 
in Subunit 13b) are excluded by text in this rule and are not 
considered part of this final revised critical habitat designation.
    Comment 37: San Bernardino National Forest recommended including 
all sections of ``currently excluded essential habitat'' in the final 
revised critical habitat designation for Subunit 9a that fall within 
the national forest boundary along the South Fork San Jacinto River. 
Although none of these sections are known to be occupied by arroyo 
toads, the area contains suitable habitat for the species and should be 
managed as critical habitat, especially during times of climate change. 
San Bernardino National Forest further recommended including the area 
known as the ``Hixon trail area'' in Subunit 9b because it has the 
largest and only population of arroyo toads on the San Jacinto Ranger 
District.
    Our Response: These areas were included in our proposed revised 
critical habitat rule (74 FR 52612; October 13, 2009) and are included 
in this final revised critical habitat designation.
    Comment 38: San Bernardino National Forest recommended re-examining 
the species identification for Unit 23.
    Our Response: Following examination of data used to map Unit 23 in 
the proposed rule and discussions with species experts regarding 
identification records, we determined that these records are not arroyo 
toads and do not support a determination that this area meets the 
definition of critical habitat. Therefore, Unit 23 is not included in 
this final revised critical habitat rule (see the Summary of Changes 
From the 2009 Proposed Rule to Revise Critical Habitat section).

Comments Related to Tribal Lands

    Comment 39: The Barona Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission 
Indians, Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians, and Viejas 
(Baron Long) Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians stated 
that designation of critical habitat on reservation land undermines 
tribal sovereign governmental authority and interferes with the 
cooperative government-to-government trust relationship between the 
tribes and the United States.
    Our Response: We evaluated the benefits of exclusion of all 
reservation lands from this final revised critical habitat designation. 
Maintaining and fostering partnerships and good working relationships 
with tribes are benefits of exclusion and are supported by Secretarial 
Order 3206. Consistent with Secretarial Order 3206 and Executive Order 
13175, we also believe tribal lands are better managed under tribal 
authorities, policies, and programs than through Federal regulation 
wherever possible and practicable. We found the benefits of exclusion 
of tribal lands to be greater than the benefits of including these 
lands in the critical habitat designation in Units 14, 16, 17, and 18 
(see Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Tribal Lands section 
above for a detailed discussion). Therefore, the Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude all tribal reservation lands from 
this final revised critical habitat designation. We recognize and value 
our relationships with the tribes and will continue to work 
cooperatively with them to conserve federally listed species on their 
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    Comment 40: The Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians and 
Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation stated that critical habitat 
designation--for the protection and management of a species that became 
scarce due to activities off of a reservation--is unfair and 
inequitable on a reservation. They stated that designation of critical 
habitat on a reservation creates a disproportionate economic and 
cultural impact on Native Americans because, unlike other lands within 
the region, opportunities for relocation of projects are limited on a 
reservation. Additionally, the Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission 
Indians, Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians, Sycuan Band of 
the Kumeyaay Nation, and Viejas (Baron Long) Group of Capitan Grande 
Band of Mission Indians stated that designation of critical habitat on 
their lands would cause economic hardship due to increased costs and 
delays associated with section 7 consultations. Much of the activities 
on reservations occur with Federal funds, grants, or oversight; 
therefore, all these activities with Federal involvement in areas 
designated as critical habitat would require consultation under section 
7 of the Act.
    Our Response: Consistent with Secretarial Order 3206, we recognize 
that we must carry out our responsibilities under the Act in a manner 
that harmonizes these duties with the Federal trust responsibility to 
the tribes and tribal sovereignty while striving to ensure that Indian 
tribes do not bear a disproportionate burden for the conservation of 
species. Consistent with the Act and Secretarial Order 3206, we also 
evaluated the economic impact of critical habitat designation on 
tribes. The final economic analysis (FEA) indicated the proposed 
designation would result in total costs of future project modifications 
(including on-site set aside, ``other'' project modifications and 
administrative costs) associated with real estate development by tribes 
to be approximately $21 million under the baseline scenario and $119 
million under the incremental scenario over the next 25 years.
    In our analysis under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, we considered 
benefits of preserving the partnerships we have developed with the 
tribes, reinforcing those relationships with ongoing coordination on 
natural resource issues, and fostering future partnerships and 
development of future management plans. These are benefits of exclusion 
that, along with other benefits of exclusion, significantly outweigh 
the benefits of inclusion, and we determined that exclusion will not 
result in the extinction of the species. Therefore, the Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude all tribal reservation lands from 
this final revised critical habitat designation. See our response to 
Comment 39 above and Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--
Tribal Lands section for more information regarding the exclusion 
process.
    Comment 41: The Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians, Rincon 
Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians, and Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay 
Nation stated that they have demonstrated their ability to manage 
natural resources through their own management plans and other 
conservation programs. Therefore, in lieu of critical habitat 
designation on their lands, we should defer to their programs to 
protect arroyo toad habitat.
    Our Response: We appreciate receiving the information provided by 
the three tribes on their management plans and other conservation 
programs. In our analysis under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, we 
considered benefits of preserving the partnerships we have developed 
with the tribes, reinforcing those relationships with ongoing 
coordination on natural resource issues, and fostering future 
partnerships and development of future management plans. These are 
benefits of exclusion that, along with other benefits of exclusion, 
significantly outweigh the benefits of inclusion, and we determined 
that exclusion will not result in the extinction of the species. 
Therefore, the Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude all 
tribal reservation lands from this final revised critical habitat 
designation. We look forward to enhancing our government-to-government 
relationship with the tribes, and providing technical assistance in the 
future on natural resource to these tribes and any other tribes that do 
not currently have management plans in place. See Exclusions Under 
Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Tribal Lands section for more information 
regarding the exclusion process.
    Comment 42: The Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians 
stated that designation of critical habitat on the Rincon Reservation 
affords no additional benefits to the species. Specifically, the tribe 
stated that any possible educational benefits or minor protection 
during a section 7 consultation are negligible.
    Our Response: In our analysis under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, we 
considered educational benefits and benefits provided by critical 
habitat under section 7(a) of the Act. These are considered to be 
benefits of including a particular area in critical habitat. However, 
under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, a determination that the benefits of 
exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion, along with a 
determination that exclusion would not result in the extinction of the 
species, must be made before the Secretary determines whether to 
exercise his discretion to exclude lands that meet the definition of 
critical habitat from a final critical habitat designation. In our 
analysis under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, we determined that 
designating critical habitat would likely provide regulatory benefits 
under section 7(a) of the Act that are not already provided (as a 
result of the listing of arroyo toad) by the combination of sections 7 
and 9 of the Act and tribal regulations on reservations (such as the 
Rincon Reservation) where management plans are in place. We agree that 
educational benefits are small on lands controlled by tribal 
governments (such as the Rincon Reservation), as we believe our ongoing 
coordination with the Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians 
should provide sufficient future education for this area. As a result, 
the Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude the Rincon 
Reservation from this final revised critical habitat designation (see 
Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Tribal Lands section for 
more information regarding the tribal exclusions).
    Comment 43: The Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians 
stated that designation of critical habitat would create a disincentive 
to develop HCPs and therefore recommended that we exclude pending HCPs, 
including the Rincon HCP. They stated that the proposed designation on 
the Rincon Reservation poses substantial risks to the Rincon HCP 
without affording the arroyo toad any additional conservation benefits 
by adding uncertainty to the process, increasing costs to plan 
development and implementation, and weakening stakeholder support.
    Our Response: Under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, the Secretary may 
exercise his discretion to exclude an area from critical habitat if the 
benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion, provided the 
exclusion will not result in the extinction of the species. 
Conservation benefits provided by existing HCPs are not considered a 
benefit of exclusion because they would remain in place regardless of 
critical habitat designation; however, they do minimize the benefits of 
inclusion to the extent they are redundant with protection measures 
that would be provided by a critical habitat designation. We did not 
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exclusion areas covered by the draft Rincon HCP; however, the Secretary 
is exercising his discretion to exclude the Rincon Band of 
Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians reservation lands (see the Exclusions 
Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Tribal Lands section for more 
information regarding the tribal exclusions).
    Comment 44: The Barona Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission 
Indians and Viejas (Baron Long) Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission 
Indians, which jointly manage the Capitan Grande Band of Diegueno 
Mission Indians Reservation (Capitan Grande Reservation), stated that 
the reservation is not used for residential or development purposes. 
The two tribes prevent use by outside parties, and only tribal members 
can use the reservation for hunting and cultural purposes. The tribes 
further stated that they are not planning to change their procedures 
for controlling access to the reservation and protecting its resources. 
Finally, the tribes intend to work cooperatively with us to protect 
arroyo toad habitat on the reservation if needed; therefore, the 
reservation should be excluded from critical habitat designation.
    Our Response: We appreciate the Tribes' information on the current 
and future use of the reservation, management of their lands, and 
commitment to protecting natural resources, including the arroyo toad. 
In our analysis under section 4(b)(2) of the Act, we considered 
benefits of preserving the partnerships we have developed with the 
tribes, reinforcing those relationships with ongoing coordination on 
natural resource issues, and fostering future partnerships and 
development of future management plans, which we believe, along with 
other benefits of exclusion, significantly outweigh the benefits of 
inclusion in this critical habitat designation. Therefore, the 
Secretary is exercising his discretion to exclude the Capitan Grande 
Reservation lands from this final revised critical habitat designation 
(see our Response to Comment 40 above and the Exclusions Under Section 
4(b)(2) of the Act--Tribal Lands section).
    Comment 45: The Barona Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission 
Indians and Viejas (Baron Long) Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission 
Indians stated that although they oppose designation of any critical 
habitat on the Capitan Grande Reservation, areas proposed as critical 
habitat on the reservation were too broad. The Barona Group of Capitan 
Grande Band of Mission Indians surmised that our proposal was based 
only on our assessment of aerial photographs of the area and knowledge 
of the features of upstream and downstream parcels, rather than any 
direct, on-the-ground observations. Based on an arroyo toad habitat 
assessment of the area submitted by both tribes (HELIX 2009, pp. 1-6), 
they stated that only about half of the areas proposed contain suitable 
breeding habitat, and therefore the rest of the area does not contain 
suitable arroyo toad habitat.
    Our Response: To determine the extent of suitable arroyo toad 
habitat, we used spatial data on stream gradients with grades less than 
6 percent, aerial photography, surveys of habitat suitability, and site 
visits. Additionally, we included higher gradient areas between 
breeding habitat because these areas are used by toads during the non-
breeding period and allow toads to disperse between breeding areas. To 
delineate upland habitat areas, we used a GIS-based modeling procedure 
to identify alluvial terraces, valley bottomlands, and upland habitats 
adjacent to stream reaches occupied by the arroyo toad. These model 
parameters are based on the best scientific data available and are the 
same as those used in the 2004 proposed critical habitat designation 
(69 FR 23258; April 28, 2004) (see the Criteria Used to Identify 
Critical Habitat section of this rule). Peer Reviewers expressed 
support for our methods (see Comment 1 above).
    We appreciate receiving the arroyo toad habitat assessment and will 
consider this information during future recovery planning with both 
tribes. Although the habitat assessment delineates suitable breeding 
habitat within areas proposed for critical habitat designation and 
states that we may have overestimated the quantity of upland habitat 
outside the river bed (HELIX 2009, p. 3), it does not provide the 
specificity required to redraw the upland habitat areas or invalidate 
our assessment that these upland areas provide for arroyo toad foraging 
and overwintering (PCE 4) and that they therefore meet the definition 
of critical habitat. We will continue to work with the tribes on 
management and recovery-related activities for the arroyo toad and its 
habitat. However, with regard to Capitan Grande Reservation lands as 
they relate to the proposed critical habitat rule, we determined that 
the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion in this 
final revised critical habitat designation; therefore, the Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude the Capitan Grande Reservation 
from this final rule. See Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--
Tribal Lands section for more information regarding the exclusion 
process.
    Comment 46: The Barona Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission 
Indians and Viejas (Baron Long) Group of Capitan Grande Band of Mission 
Indians stated that habitat on the Capitan Grande Reservation may not 
be occupied by arroyo toad because there are no occupancy records of 
arroyo toad on the reservation. Additionally, the Barona Group of 
Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians stated that although there are 
occupancy records of arroyo toad near the reservation, the records are 
either more than 6 years old or more than 2 mi (0.8 km) upstream; 
therefore, habitat on the reservation likely does not provide 
connectivity between arroyo toad observations and should not be 
designated as critical habitat.
    Our Response: Section 4(b) of the Act requires we designate 
critical habitat on the basis of the best scientific and commercial 
data available. We believe our proposed revisions to critical habitat 
were supported by sufficient data that represent the best available 
scientific information. These data indicate that habitat has not 
changed since occupancy records were collected on adjacent parcels both 
upstream and downstream of the Capitan Grande Reservation. Therefore, 
we have no basis to conclude the area is no longer occupied. 
Additionally, the best available data indicate that habitat on the 
reservation is contiguous with habitat containing the PCEs upstream and 
downstream of the reservation; therefore, these areas continue to meet 
the definition of critical habitat. However, we determined that the 
benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion in this final 
revised critical habitat designation; therefore, the Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude the Capitan Grande Reservation 
from this final rule. See Exclusions Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--
Tribal Lands section for more information regarding the exclusion 
process.
    Comment 47: The Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation stated that the 
biological data cited in the description of Unit 18 in the proposed 
rule (see the Proposed Revisions to Critical Habitat Designation 
section of the proposed revised critical habitat rule (74 FR 52625; 
October 13, 2009)), which includes Sycuan lands, is significantly 
outdated because the occupancy records are 10 to 17 years old. 
Therefore, any designation in this unit based on species' presence or 
the existence of PCEs is speculative at best. Additionally, the tribe 
stated that they do not know which areas of their lands

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were proposed as critical habitat because the proposed rule is vague. 
They stated that the only areas on the reservation that appeared 
relevant to the proposed critical habitat designation were the north 
fork of the Sweetwater River, which is not known to support arroyo 
toad. Therefore, designating critical habitat on the reservation is 
inappropriate because the reservation does not have arroyo toad habitat 
or any occupancy records of arroyo toad.
    Our Response: Section 4(b) of the Act requires we designate 
critical habitat on the basis of the best scientific and commercial 
data available. The best available data indicate that habitat in Unit 
18 has not changed since the occupancy records were collected. 
Therefore, we have no basis to conclude the area is no longer occupied. 
To provide clarification to the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation 
regarding proposed critical habitat, the areas that meet the definition 
of critical habitat on the Sycuan Reservation include lands along the 
Sweetwater River and along the north fork of the Sweetwater River. With 
regards to this final rule, we determined that the benefits of 
exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion for Sycuan Band of the 
Kumeyaay Nation Reservation lands; therefore, the Secretary is 
exercising his discretion to exclude this reservation from this final 
revised critical habitat designation. See the Exclusions Under Section 
4(b)(2) of the Act--Tribal Lands section for more information regarding 
the exclusion process.

Comments Related to Economic Impacts and Analysis

Comments from Tribal Governments
    Comment 48: The Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians, the 
Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, and the Viejas (Baron Long) Group 
of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians stated that the draft 
economic analysis (DEA) does not include estimated economic impacts for 
tribal lands within the proposed revised critical habitat units.
    Our Response: The final economic analysis (FEA) has been updated to 
reflect estimated economic impacts on tribal lands within the proposed 
revised critical habitat units. The summary tables in the Executive 
Summary of the FEA include economic impacts on tribal lands. In 
addition, the FEA includes a new Chapter 7 that discusses the 
socioeconomic characteristics and estimated baseline and incremental 
economic impacts for each affected tribe. Where data limitations 
prevent quantification, the FEA also includes a qualitative discussion 
of impacts as provided by each tribe.
    Comment 49: The Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians and the 
Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation stated that fee to trust transfers 
(i.e., land currently owned by the Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission 
Indians and Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation but not yet part of 
their reservations) are currently in progress and should be treated the 
same as existing tribal [reservation] land.
    Our Response: The FEA includes economic impacts to tribal lands and 
assumes that fee-owned land incurs the same impacts as reservation 
land.
    Comment 50: The Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians, the 
Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, and the Viejas (Baron Long) Group 
of Capitan Grande Band of Mission Indians stated that the DEA excludes 
the economic impacts of proposed critical habitat on tribal groundwater 
use and tribal water rights.
    Our Response: Quantifying impacts of a critical habitat designation 
on tribal water rights would require information that is not readily 
available (such as the nature and scope of specific future projects 
that could be impacted by a critical habitat designation, or details on 
the current scope of water rights). This type of analysis is generally 
not undertaken unless there is an adjudication of tribal water rights. 
The FEA recognizes that tribes' water rights have long been recognized 
by the U.S. Supreme Court but does not attempt to include an estimated 
impact related to tribal water rights.
    Comment 51: The Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians and 
Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation stated that the DEA ignored the 
expenditures the tribes have incurred in developing and implementing 
their own Tribal Resource Management Plans (RMPs).
    Our Response: Where information was provided by the tribes, the FEA 
included annual costs associated with implementing their own Tribal 
RMPs. Otherwise, these plans are described qualitatively. These costs 
incurred by the Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians and Sycuan 
Band of the Kumeyaay Nation are considered baseline because the 
development and initial implementation of the RMPs occurred prior to 
the proposed critical habitat designation.
    Comment 52: The Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians and 
Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation stated that reservations were 
created for the use of tribes in perpetuity and are essentially 
nontransferable, creating a limited, specialized land value.
    Our Response: Economic impact estimates in the FEA resulting from 
reduced development opportunities include the present value of future 
annual land value losses based on market rates for non-tribal lands in 
each county. In addition, there are other, unique attributes of tribal 
land (such as cultural importance, restrictions on the ability of the 
tribes to transfer lands, and lack of substitutes) that should be taken 
into consideration when estimating land values. However, the effect of 
these attributes is difficult to quantify. In the absence of specific 
examples of recent land transactions within tribal lands that would 
provide information about the value of these lands, the FEA uses the 
best available scientific and commercial data available (as shown in 
Table 2-9 of the FEA) to estimate potential land value losses.
    Comment 53: The Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians stated 
that most of the tribal land proposed as critical habitat occurs within 
allotted lands on the reservations. The tribe stated that the DEA 
ignored the extraordinary economic impacts on allotted lands, which are 
not readily purchased or sold. Further, the tribe stated that the DEA 
does not address economic impacts to the tribes related to constrained 
allottees.
    Our Response: As discussed in our response to Comment 52, in the 
absence of specific land transaction data provided by affected tribes, 
the FEA uses average residential and nonresidential residual land 
values (as shown in Table 2-9 of the FEA). In Chapter 7, the FEA 
includes a qualitative discussion of the unique issues associated with 
allotted lands based on information provided by the tribes.
    Comment 54: The Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians and 
Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation stated that because a significant 
amount of activity on tribal lands occurs with Federal funds, grants, 
or oversight, the designation of critical habitat on Reservation land 
results in a disproportionately higher occurrence of section 7 
consultations with the Service.
    Our Response: The FEA estimates the economic impacts of section 7 
consultations based on the historical rate of consultations and the 
proposed revised critical habitat acreage. The comment letters 
submitted by the tribes do not provide specific data related to the 
number of future projects requiring section 7 consultations or the 
historical rate of consultation for projects occurring on their tribal 
lands. Therefore, the FEA does not quantify a higher rate of section 7 
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but does include a qualitative description of these impacts in Chapter 
7, which addresses economic impacts on tribal lands.
    Comment 55: The Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation stated that the 
DEA excluded the percentage of total tribal lands affected by the 
proposed critical habitat designation.
    Our Response: Chapter 5 of the FEA includes the percentage of total 
lands, by tribe, affected by the proposed critical habitat designation.

General Comments Regarding Framework and Assumptions

    Comment 56: One commenter believed the DEA did not include the most 
recent demographic projections provided by the San Diego Association of 
Governments (SANDAG).
    Our Response: The most recent SANDAG projections (Series 12) were 
published in February 2010, following the period in which demographic 
projections (Series 11) were collected for the DEA. The FEA has been 
updated to reflect the current Series 12 projections from the period 
2010 through 2035. In addition, the FEA includes updated ownership data 
that was the best available during the time of the analysis in July 
2010. The previous ownership data reflected a 2005 ownership database 
from California Spatial Information Library (CaSIL) that was adjusted 
by us with 2005 tribal reservation boundaries provided by the Building 
Industry Association. The updated ownership data in the FEA reflect the 
following changes: 2009 tribal reservation boundaries from the Building 
Industry Association; 2009 right-of-way from the Metropolitan Water 
District (MWD); 2009 parcels from the San Diego Geographic Information 
Source (SanGIS); 2009 ownership from the Rincon Tribe; and 2008 parcels 
from Riverside County.
    Comment 57: One commenter stated that to assume that all 
constrained land cannot be developed is unsupportable and understates 
the effect of the critical habitat designation.
    Our Response: The FEA assumes that bodies of water and land located 
within the 100-year flood plain will not be developed. For communities 
that participate in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) 
subsidized flood insurance program, development is prohibited within 
the 100-year flood plain. Specifically, these communities must have a 
flood management plan and related ordinance in place for developers to 
obtain flood insurance through FEMA, the sole purveyor of subsidized 
flood insurance. The flood management plan and ordinance cannot allow 
development within any special flood hazard area, defined as the 100-
year flood plain.
    For developers and communities that do not need or want to 
participate in FEMA's subsidized flood insurance program, development 
can occur within the 100-year flood plain. However, on average, this 
development would likely be prohibitively expensive to undertake 
relative to other locations given the cost of gaining entitlements, 
including engineering, planning, administration, and construction of 
the mitigation requirements. This assumption has been verified with 
private real estate developers and civil engineers and is consistent 
with SANDAG's data of developable land within their Series 12 Regional 
Growth Forecast.
    Other constraints, including land with ``slope issues'' and 
unusually or inadequately configured parcels of land, have not been 
excluded from the analysis.
    Comment 58: One commenter asked why 23,000 ac (9,308 ha) were 
identified as baseline economic costs, when there are 15,524 
developable ac (6,282 ha) in existing HCP boundaries, plus 1,844 buffer 
ac (746 ha), for a total of 17,368 ac (7,029 ha).
    Our Response: Based on the May 2010 DEA, the 23,000 baseline acres 
(9,308 ha) includes the following components: (1) Developable HCP acres 
(15,524); (2) 80 percent of developable acres within riparian habitat 
(buffer) (1,844 * 80 percent = 1,475); and (3) 15 percent of 
developable acres outside of riparian habitat (40,003 * 80 percent = 
6,000). These three components equal 23,000 baseline developable acres 
(9,308 ha). The definition of baseline acreage is based on our 
estimates incremental impacts (see Appendix H of the DEA), which 
identifies the proportion of acreage within and outside of riparian 
habitat that would likely result in a positive arroyo toad survey 
(i.e., at least one arroyo toad is present). A graphical representation 
of the methodology used to determine baseline acres is shown in Exhibit 
1-1 of the DEA and a detailed description of the methodology is also 
provided in Chapter 1. Adding developable acreage in existing HCP 
boundaries (15,524 ac (6,282 ha)) plus developable land within the 
1,844 ac (746 ha) buffer does not account for the application of 
proportional acreage within and outside of riparian habitat that are 
estimated to represent the presence of arroyo toads (i.e., 80 percent 
of acreage within the buffer and 15 percent of acreage outside of the 
buffer). Although these acreage estimates have now changed with the 
inclusion of updated SANDAG projections and ownership data in the FEA, 
the methodology remains the same.
    Comment 59: One commenter stated that the DEA uses anecdotal 
evidence to support a 1.5:1 mitigation ratio. The commenter believes 
anecdotal evidence indicated that 2:1 is more often the mitigation 
ratio, and that the DEA should include a more scientific basis for this 
estimate.
    Our Response: The mitigation ratio used in the DEA was based on the 
best available scientific and commercial data, which is the 
consultation history spanning from 1994 through 2009. We believe the 
1.5:1 mitigation ratio is appropriate and continue to use this ratio in 
the FEA.
    Comment 60: One commenter stated that the full 1.5:1 offsetting 
ratio is not applied to the amount of developable land that the DEA 
assumes to be used to offset development impacts.
    Our Response: Sixty percent of offsetting compensation is assumed 
to occur ``on-site'' or within the acreage forecasted to be developed. 
The remaining 40 percent of off-setting compensation is assumed to 
occur within suitable arroyo toad habitat within the 100-year flood 
plain. Specifically, applying a 1.5:1 mitigation ratio to the updated 
projected developable acreage in the FEA (7,602 ac (3,076 ha)) yields 
about 11,400 ac (4,613 ha) projected to be set-aside, 40 percent of 
which will occur within the 100-year flood plain (about 4,600 ac (1,862 
ha)). There are about 14,000 ac (5,666 ha) located in the 100-year 
flood plain to accommodate this offsetting compensation acreage. An 
explanation of this assumption is included in the FEA.
    Comment 61: One commenter believed the DEA contains an unsupported 
assumption that only 40 percent of all mitigation land would be within 
the 109,110 ac (44,155 ha) of lands that make up the proposed critical 
habitat designation. The commenter asked why this would not be 100 
percent of all mitigation lands.
    Our Response: Sixty percent of offsetting compensation is assumed 
to occur ``on-site'' or within the acreage forecasted to be developed. 
The remaining 40 percent of offsetting compensation is assumed to occur 
within suitable arroyo toad habitat within the 100-year flood plain. 
Please refer to our response to Comment 61 above.
    Comment 62: One commenter stated that the DEA incorrectly assumed 
that if land could not be developed in one part San Diego County, the 
development could be transferred to another area in

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the County that would be distinctly different, or that infill densities 
could be increased.
    Our Response: The FEA includes an analysis of substitutability as a 
basis for determining the potential extent of market impacts, rather 
than as a means for quantifying costs. To determine the significance of 
arroyo toad-related project modifications for regional real estate 
markets, the FEA evaluates the regional significance of the set-aside 
with the total projected development in each county. As shown in Table 
2-8 of the FEA, the estimated on-site incremental set-aside represents 
about 0.6 percent of future countywide growth (0.9 percent in total, 
including baseline). In San Diego County, the estimated on-site 
incremental set-aside represents about 1.4 percent of future countywide 
growth (2.0 percent in total, including baseline). These estimates may 
overstate the percentage of growth affected in San Diego County because 
they do not take into account opportunities for adaptation by 
developers (such as construction in areas of the county not currently 
forecast for development, infill development, or more dense 
development). Thus, the set-aside associated with arroyo toad 
protection is not expected to have a measurable impact on the amount of 
new housing constructed or housing prices. Calculations of land value 
losses do not consider potential offsetting increases in the value of 
substitute parcels located outside of critical habitat.
    Comment 63: One commenter stated that there were several places in 
the DEA where discrepancies existed between tables and text, between 
different tables, or between different parts of the text. There are 
other places where findings are provided and not adequately supported 
by explanations or tables that were cited.
    Our Response: Where appropriate, the FEA has been updated to 
resolve any identified inconsistencies. Additional text has been added 
to further explain findings or assumptions.
    Comment 64: One commenter stated that property values in the DEA 
were determined on a countywide basis, using ``typical'' housing 
developments and mean rents. The commenter believed the sites 
identified as habitat may not conform to these averages. Furthermore, 
the commenter believed the DEA should have included alternative 
development scenarios, and the exclusion of condominiums in the 
projection of housing development was inaccurate.
    Our Response: The FEA uses an average single-family residential 
housing value to determine residential residual land value, reflecting 
the most likely type of residential housing likely to be developed. We 
recognize that there are a broad range of housing types that will be 
constructed in the areas that were proposed as critical habitat, 
ranging from multifamily housing units (such as condominiums) to large, 
low-density homes. The average residential residual land value takes 
into account that some of these housing types will have a lower value, 
while other housing types will have a higher value relative to the 
assumption used in the FEA. The FEA has been updated to describe this 
assumption.
    Comment 65: One commenter stated that if condominiums are excluded 
from the projection of housing development in the DEA, then we should 
ensure that housing values do not reflect the value of condominium 
units.
    Our Response: Housing values reflect single-family detached homes 
only.
    Comment 66: One commenter believed the industrial lease rates were 
too low in the DEA, assuming a ``reasonable share of industrial 
development'' would be planned industrial or research and development, 
which command higher lease rates.
    Our Response: The DEA utilized general development projections 
obtained from regional planning agencies, which do not identify the 
specific sub-types of development (i.e., research and development is a 
sub-type of industrial development). Identifying specific sub-types of 
development is beyond the scope of the economic analysis. It is assumed 
that, on average, the mix of industrial development planned in the 
areas proposed for critical habitat would be similar to the mix of 
industrial development in each county. Thus, we believe using average 
industrial lease rates is an appropriate assumption.
    Comment 67: One commenter believed the developer's rate of return 
of 15 percent (as described in the DEA) should apply only to the 
developer's investment in the project, which is not 100 percent. The 
commenter stated that after accounting for debt funding (at an average 
interest rate of 6.375 percent) on approximately 75 percent of a 
project, the discount rate should be reduced to 8.5 percent.
    Our Response: The FEA has been updated to reflect a developer's 
nominal discount rate of 8.5 percent.
    Comment 68: One commenter believed the DEA ignored impacts on 
agricultural operations, and that the water costs allocable to 
agriculture in the water section had nothing to do with the need to 
develop an alternative water supply for agriculture, which are costs 
that pertain only to water that needs to be replaced due to controlled 
releases associated with habitat protections. The commenter stated that 
new agricultural installations require a local permit in San Diego 
County that would be subject to CEQA, and subject to scrutiny by the 
Service should the land be disturbed. In addition, the commenter 
believed the DEA ignores the economic impacts of harvested agricultural 
output lost annually.
    Our Response: The FEA evaluates impacts of the critical habitat 
designation on the water supply to agricultural operations in Chapter 
3. However, the FEA appropriately focuses on the value of resources 
potentially removed from production rather than the value of the 
potential reduction in total output from industries that use these 
resources. The total potential loss in output from ``downstream'' 
industries as a result of reduced water supply would not be an 
appropriate measure of the loss in ``social welfare'' because: (1) This 
output also requires additional inputs that represent a cost; and (2) 
downstream industries may adjust their factor inputs (grow less water 
intensive crops) in response to changes in water supply.
    In the past, agricultural operations have competed for water with 
urbanized land uses. However, until recently, agricultural lands have 
steadily declined in part because of higher land values associated with 
a conversation to urbanized land uses. Although this trend has abated 
slightly in conjunction with the economic downturn, an overall 
continued decline is expected over the long term.
    Comment 69: With respect to delay impacts as described in the DEA, 
one commenter stated that the developer does not lose the full value of 
his land for 2 years because he regains the use of that land in the 
third year; instead, the developer loses the return on the land above 
the natural appreciation. The commenter believed the DEA overestimates 
delay impacts.
    Our Response: We agree with the commenter that delay costs were 
overstated in the DEA. We updated the calculations in the FEA to 
reflect developers' opportunity cost of delayed returns on investment 
during the delay period.
    Comment 70: One commenter stated that the Service's assumption that 
delays will stop after 2 years is questionable.
    Our Response: The DEA assumes that in most cases, CEQA compliance 
requirements related to the critical habitat designation would become 
familiar, and after a period of 12

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months, applicants would incorporate these requirements into their CEQA 
documents.
    Comment 71: One commenter believed the assumption identified in the 
DEA to prepare an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) of $56,000 is too 
low, and that the cost to prepare an EIR is usually between $100,000 
and $200,000.
    Our Response: The DEA examines impacts on both large and small 
projects through CEQA. Consultants who specialize in EIRs agreed that 
proposed critical habitat adds no measurable CEQA-related costs for 
large projects that are already required to comply with CEQA statutes. 
For small projects, the DEA assumes that some projects will be required 
to prepare an EIR when they could otherwise claim a categorical 
exemption. Further, small projects that submitted either a mitigated 
negative declaration or a negative declaration would be required to 
prepare an EIR. The cost assumptions reflect the incremental cost of 
preparing these documents above what they already would have been 
required to prepare.
    Comment 72: One commenter stated that Tables 6-2 and 6-3 (estimated 
CEQA costs) in the DEA appear inaccurate and use faulty assumptions 
about the cost of producing CEQA documents. The commenter believed 
there was no documentation regarding CEQA costs, and that there was no 
support for the assumption that a critical habitat designation alone 
would upgrade the CEQA document to a more robust environmental review.
    Our Response: In Table 6-2 and 6-3 of the DEA, the total annual 
number of CEQA documents in a critical habitat designation does not 
equal the sum of their respective columns because of fractional 
numbers. The FEA has been updated to show each fractional number to the 
nearest tenth. As noted in the DEA and FEA, the costs associated with a 
notice of exemption, negative declaration, and EIR are based on 
personal communication with three consultants who specialize in EIRs. 
These consultants were contacted as part of the development of the 2005 
DEA; the current 2010 DEA escalated these cost assumptions to 2010 
dollars using a Consumer Price Index (CPI). Because there is no 
empirical evidence to support the assumption that a critical habitat 
designation would necessitate a more robust environmental review for 
small projects, the DEA assumes the ``worst case'' scenario that all 
small projects are affected.
    Comment 73: One commenter believed the cost and time required to 
prepare an EIR would increase substantially even for those projects 
already requiring an EIR due to the need to prepare additional surveys 
and conduct additional analysis of arroyo toad impacts. Further, the 
commenter stated that the DEA incorrectly assumes that substantial 
increases in CEQA costs would only occur for projects that would not 
require an EIR absent the critical habitat designation.
    Our Response: Consultants who specialize in EIRs agreed that 
proposed critical habitat adds no measurable CEQA-related costs for 
large projects that are already required to comply with CEQA statutes. 
Please also refer to our responses to Comments 71 and 72.
    Comment 74: One commenter believed the two types of delay 
identified in the DEA would be required regardless of whether or not 
critical habitat is designated.
    Our Response: The DEA assumes that delay costs are only incurred 
for a small percentage of projects that are already entitled or nearly 
entitled and where the arroyo toad has not previously been identified 
through surveys. In other words, these projects have nearly completed 
the necessary environmental reviews assuming the arroyo toad is not 
present at the site. The delays are caused by the new information 
provided by critical habitat regarding the potential presence of the 
arroyo toad and value of the habitat, regardless of the outcome of 
previous surveys.
    Comment 75: Three commenters stated that the DEA did not include an 
analysis of potential uncertainty and stigma costs, which could be 
substantial. They recommended that the Service should conduct a 
literature review or additional research regarding the effects of 
uncertainty and stigma on other endangered species.
    Our Response: We have reviewed the literature and are unaware of 
any published studies estimating the stigma effects of critical habitat 
designation. Furthermore, no published literature exists estimating the 
economic impact of regulatory uncertainty that may result from the 
designation. New, primary research on these issues is beyond the scope 
of the economic analysis. Because data are not readily available to 
quantify potential impacts from regulatory uncertainty and stigma, 
these impacts are discussed qualitatively in Chapter 6 of the DEA.
    Comment 76: Given the ongoing financial situation in our country, 
one commenter believed that many of the cost assumptions relied on in 
the DEA may no longer be valid, particularly with regards to the real 
estate sector. Further, the commenter believed the assumptions 
regarding the discount rate for future costs and the time value of 
money should be reevaluated.
    Our Response: Key assumptions in the analysis of potential impacts 
to real estate development include the amount, pace, and location of 
future development activity and current land values. The economic 
analysis relies on the best readily-available data sources, including 
the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments Regional Growth 
Forecast (2000-2030), the Southern California Association of 
Governments (SCAG) Adopted 2008 RTP Growth Forecast, and the SANDAG 
Series 12 Regional Growth Forecast, which project the amount and 
location of future development. These projections were adopted in 2007 
(Santa Barbara), 2008 (SCAG), and 2010 (SANDAG) and rely on data and 
the best judgment of local and regional planners in the respective 
communities. We agree that the pace of such development is likely 
influenced by current economic activities; however, we have no 
empirical data with which to make assumptions about when the 
development is most likely to occur. Therefore, we assume development 
is distributed evenly throughout the timeframe of the projections. 
Finally, residual land values are based on current 2010 data obtained 
from reputable industry sources (DataQuick and CB Richard Ellis).
    Throughout the report, the economic analysis estimates the present 
value of future impacts using discount rates of 3 and 7 percent. The 
U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) requires Federal agencies to 
report results using these rates (see OMB Circular A-4, 2003).
    Comment 77: One commenter stated that there may not be funding 
available for the conservation efforts of established HCPs given that 
housing and development ``starts'' and home prices in southern 
California continue to decline.
    Our Response: It is beyond the scope of the economic analysis to 
determine whether current development projections and estimated 
residual land values will impact the funding available for the 
conservation efforts of established HCPs. Furthermore, conservation 
efforts undertaken as a result of HCPs are considered to be baseline 
costs and would not be affected by the designation of critical habitat.
    Comment 78: One commenter stated that economic impacts to mining 
projects and grazing shown in the DEA are unrealistic. Specifically, 
the commenter stated that impacts to mining projects depend largely on 
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and other building materials would continue at a rate established 
during a housing boom in 2005. Further, the commenter stated that with 
respect to impacts to grazing, surveys, and fencing have already been 
implemented on a majority of allotments where arroyo toad occurs. While 
some fences may still need to be built, the commenter believed that 
maintenance of fencing could be an incremental cost; however, the 
commenter believed it is likely that this incremental cost would also 
occur in the absence of a critical habitat designation in order to 
protect arroyo toad as a listed species. The commenter believed that 
wholesale replacement of fencing in response to a critical habitat 
designation is unlikely.
    Our Response: The assumptions used to estimate the economic impacts 
to mining and grazing industries are conservative and may overstate 
impacts. However, these impacts represent a nominal portion of total 
incremental economic impacts. The estimated incremental economic 
impacts of both mining and grazing activities equal about 0.15 percent 
of total incremental impacts.
    Comment 79: The commenters believed that the assumption that 80 
percent of floodplain acreage is occupied by arroyo toads and 15 
percent of upland acreage is occupied by arroyo toads is overstated. By 
generally assuming these occupancy rates, the commenters believed the 
DEA does not properly account for areas that are not actually occupied 
by the species, but which will require intensive surveying due to 
critical habitat designation.
    Our Response: Occupancy rates were estimated using the following 
information: In studies by Griffin et al. (1999, pp. 1-66), arroyo 
toads were found to spend most of their time during the breeding season 
within the stream channel or on adjacent sandy terraces, but they also 
used upland areas such as campgrounds and even agricultural fields. 
Using our best professional judgment, the likelihood of finding arroyo 
toads in breeding habitat during the breeding season (typically between 
March and early June, although the breeding season may occur earlier or 
later, depending on weather conditions, elevation, and latitude) would 
be approximately 80 to 85 percent. During the non-breeding season, the 
likelihood would drop to approximately 15 to 20 percent because toads 
would most likely be burrowed in upland habitat.
    Arroyo toad juveniles and adults use upland areas adjacent to 
breeding habitat for foraging and wintering. Griffin et al. (1999, pp. 
1-66) also found that arroyo toads seemed to select habitat more 
according to vegetation structure than vegetation type; dense and tall 
vegetative structure was preferred least of all. In a study using 
pitfall traps, Holland and Sisk (2001, pp. 1-32) captured arroyo toads 
primarily within the stream channel and riparian habitats, but 
approximately 18 percent of the adult and subadult captures averaged 
across all 3 years of the study were in upland habitats (11 percent at 
one site and 24 percent at the other). Using our best professional 
judgment, the likelihood of finding arroyo toads in upland habitats 
would be approximately 15 to 20 percent.
    Comment 80: One commenter stated that the offsetting compensation 
ratio for Rancho Las Flores shown in the DEA is artificially low 
because the number of impacted acres is artificially high. Thus, the 
commenter believed the resulting offsetting compensation ratio used in 
the analysis is flawed.
    Our Response: The comment did not provide the correct number of 
affected acres for use in the economic analysis; therefore, the FEA 
continues to rely on acreage estimates obtained from the Rancho Las 
Flores consultation for preparation of the 2005 DEA.
    Comment 81: One commenter stated that a cost-effectiveness approach 
is the appropriate framework of economic science for weighing the 
economic costs and benefits of a critical habitat designation.
    Our Response: OMB's Circular A-4 (p. 10) defines the ``best 
practices'' for preparing economic analyses of Federal regulations. It 
states that for all major rulemakings, the Federal agency should carry 
out a benefit-cost analysis. If some of the primary benefit categories 
cannot be expressed in monetary units, the Federal agency should also 
conduct a cost-effectiveness analysis. In unusual cases where no 
quantified information on benefits, costs and effectiveness can be 
produced, the regulatory analysis should present a qualitative 
discussion of the issues and evidence.
    Both benefit-cost analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis require 
measurement of the effectiveness of the regulation in quantitative 
terms. Benefit-cost analysis simply takes the next step of monetizing 
the value to the public of the improvements. As discussed in Chapter 8 
of the FEA, neither monetization nor quantification of benefits is 
possible because data on the incremental change in the probability of 
arroyo toad conservation that is expected to result from the critical 
habitat designation do not exist. Therefore, potential benefits are 
discussed qualitatively.
    Comment 82: One commenter stated that the DEA should have allocated 
a portion of the costs of creating and modifying HCPs as an incremental 
impact because HCPs are often preemptively developed as a strategy to 
achieve regulatory relief.
    Our Response: While it is possible that the HCPs were created in 
part in anticipation of a critical habitat designation, these costs 
have already been incurred and the FEA does not include historical 
costs. Further, the decision of whether or not to designate critical 
habitat will not affect these costs; thus, costs already incurred are 
attributable to the baseline. Future baseline costs associated with 
modifying or maintaining HCPs are reflected in the estimated project 
modification costs shown in Table 2-13 of the DEA.

Comments Regarding Water Supply Framework and Assumptions in the DEA

    Comment 83: With regard to economic impacts to water supply, three 
commenters stated that the DEA assumes that all impacts are baseline. 
The commenters explain that prior to a critical habitat designation, a 
Service permit is required if arroyo toads are present or use the land 
with sufficient regularity that it is likely to be present during any 
reasonable span of time, and after critical habitat is designated an 
agency must consult with the Service if the land is suitable for the 
arroyo toad. The commenters believed that such additional costs are 
incremental, not baseline. One of the commenters indicated that since 
the arroyo toad was listed in 1995, they do not believe that water 
management changes in San Diego have been implemented as a result of 
the listing. Thus, the commenter believed that future mandated water 
management changes would be the result of a critical habitat 
designation and should be assigned as incremental costs.
    Our Response: Comment letters indicated that water agencies have 
not had to implement any project modifications or consult with the 
Service as a result of listing the arroyo toad as an endangered species 
in 1995. Discussions with affected water agencies conducted as part of 
the 2005 FEA (and included in the updated 2010 DEA) describe a series 
of project modifications implemented following the listing of the 
arroyo toad. For example, the California Department of Water Resources 
(DWR), which manages Pyramid Lake and releases water to Piru Creek, met 
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(UWCD) after the species was listed and mutually agreed to a flow 
release schedule and operating guidelines for California State Water 
Project (SWP) water deliveries. Thus, the FEA maintains the assumption 
that impacts to water supply are attributable to the baseline.
    Comment 84: One commenter stated that the DEA assumes that Santa 
Barbara households incur 25 percent of water costs, which differs from 
the 64 to 68 percent range identified for other counties.
    Our Response: Water consumption percentages by sector are based on 
data from publicly available software (IMpact Analysis for PLANing or 
IMPLAN) and data that are used to measure the economic impacts of a 
given change on a local or regional economy. It is reasonable to 
conclude that these factors vary by county depending on the mix of land 
uses contained within each county. As shown in Table D-2 of the DEA, 
Santa Barbara households account for 25 percent of the demand for water 
with all other sectors accounting for the remaining 75 percent of water 
demand, excluding the trade sector.
    Comment 85: One commenter stated that the regional multiplier 
assumption for water supply impacts of 1.21 was too low. Further, the 
commenter stated that overall regional multipliers are approximately 
2:1 when all direct, indirect, and induced expenditures are included.
    Our Response: The FEA examines impacts to water supply by 
estimating the costs associated with potential investments in water 
supply infrastructure and increased water prices and a corresponding 
loss in consumer surplus as shown in Table 3-4. In addition to reduced 
consumer surplus, an increase in the price of water may reduce the 
purchasing power of county households and increase business production 
costs. These regional economic impacts are shown in Table 3-5 and Table 
3-6 of the FEA. The total output impacts shown in Table 3-6 of the FEA 
are based on household output per million dollar change in final 
household demand (about 1.5 for each county), county consumption 
factors, and impacts by sector. The impacts by sector are estimated by 
multiplying the annual costs by county by the water consumption factors 
derived from IMPLAN, publicly available software and data that are used 
to measure the economic impacts of a given change on a local or 
regional economy. The FEA continues to rely on the data obtained 
through IMPLAN.
    Comment 86: One commenter believed the use of 2004 averages for 
costs applicable to dams and reservoirs that were not a part of that 
prior study is not justified.
    Our Response: The use of 2004 averages for costs applicable to dams 
and reservoirs that were not part of the prior study may understate the 
economic impacts to water supply. However, as discussed in our response 
to Comment 83, the FEA assumes that economic impacts to water supply 
are attributable to the baseline. The methodology employed in the FEA 
prioritized research efforts on evaluating costs that would result from 
critical habitat designation (incremental costs). However, the FEA 
includes costs applicable to the additional dams and reservoirs, using 
2005 averages as a proxy, to provide an indication of the magnitude of 
these baseline impacts.
    Comment 87: One commenter stated that there appears to be an error 
in the calculation of discounting annual water costs.
    Our Response: The FEA has been updated to correct an error in the 
estimate of total water impacts in Table 3-4.
    Comment 88: One commenter stated that the discount rate of 7 
percent used in estimating water impacts is too high.
    Our Response: OMB requires Federal agencies to report results using 
discount rates of 3 and 7 percent (see OMB Circular A-4, 2003).
    Comment 89: Two commenters believed the estimated cost of 
replacement water is too low. One commenter indicated that replacement 
water costs are likely approximately $600 per acre-foot, or $60 per 
acre-foot higher than indicated in the DEA. Another commenter indicated 
that actual 2010 costs are $690 per acre foot for untreated water and 
$905 per acre foot for treated water. These amounts are projected to 
increase to $1,634 and $2,016 per acre foot, respectively, by 2025.
    Our Response: The FEA incorporates revised replacement water costs. 
Specifically, Table 3-4 utilizes a replacement water cost of $905 per 
acre foot for each affected activity/dam in San Diego County. This 
assumption reflects the cost of replacement water for treated water, 
which is higher than the cost of replacement water for untreated water. 
Usage of this assumption may overstate water supply impacts; however, 
there is no readily available data on the percentage of treated versus 
untreated water. It is important to note, though, that these impacts 
are attributable to the baseline as discussed in our response to 
Comment 83.
    Comment 90: One commenter believed the DEA failed to acknowledge or 
analyze information provided by the Ramona Municipal Water District 
regarding the economic and public service impacts related to wastewater 
services--specifically, the expansion of the Santa Maria Wastewater 
Treatment Plant. The commenter stated that impacts include: Limiting 
the development projected by the County General Plan, loss of property 
value that could reach $70 million if property cannot be developed, and 
potential increases in consumer rates.
    Our Response: These economic impacts are now described in Chapter 5 
of the FEA.
    Comment 91: One commenter stated that the DEA's reliance on 
historical data to calculate the likelihood of Sweetwater's water 
releases is invalid. For example, the commenter stated that the DEA 
falsely assumed that Sweetwater only conducts water transfers outside 
typical breeding season on a limited basis; those criteria have been 
superseded by Sweetwater's 2006 Standard Operating Procedure, which 
assists in minimizing impacts to the arroyo toad from Sweetwater's 
water transfers, but allows for more operational flexibility resulting 
in greater water release volumes, a greater volume of water to be 
replaced, and higher costs than shown in the DEA.
    Our Response: We recognize that operations at Sweetwater have 
changed since the 2005 FEA was prepared. In order to incorporate these 
changes in the current FEA, we would need to collect data that are not 
readily available. Based our evaluation of information concerning 
potentially-affected water agencies, the FEA assumes that impacts to 
water supply are attributable to the baseline given the presence of 
arroyo toads downstream. Because the FEA assumes that water supply 
impacts are attributable to baseline, we prioritized our research 
efforts and focused on updating those costs and assumptions that would 
be incremental to the baseline. Thus, the FEA includes updated cost 
estimates but maintains those assumptions obtained for the 2005 FEA. 
These costs are included in the FEA to provide context, rather than for 
decision-making purposes.
    Comment 92: One commenter believed that the DEA failed to 
adequately account for the additional impacts to Sweetwater associated 
with any modification of current Loveland dam operations, time delays, 
and regulatory uncertainties. The commenter acknowledged that $2 
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shown in Table 3-4 of the DEA, but the commenter believed this number 
assumes that costs have not increased in the past 6 years and would not 
increase over the next 25 years. The commenter stated that there are no 
releases from the Sweetwater Dam except infrequently in the event it 
overtops in an El Ni[ntilde]o winter.
    Our Response: We recognize that operations at Sweetwater have 
changed since the 2005 FEA was prepared. In order to incorporate these 
changes in the current FEA, we would need to collect data that are not 
readily available. Please refer to our response to Comment 91 for 
additional discussion.
    Comment 93: Four commenters stated that the DEA incorrectly assumes 
that water supplies would be available without adequately considering 
the regulatory and environmental restrictions that have impacted 
sources of imported water. They stated that water supplies may have 
already been committed to another purpose, and that the DEA should 
assume all lost water will be replaced through the development of new 
substitute sources.
    Our Response: We recognize that the regulatory and environmental 
environment has changed since the 2005 FEA was prepared. Access to 
substitute water sources is more difficult, which would increase costs. 
Because the FEA assumes that some water will be replaced through the 
development of new substitute sources, costs may be understated. 
However, assuming 100 percent of lost water will be replaced through 
the development of new sources likely overstates costs. In order to 
incorporate an updated assumption regarding the amount of water to be 
replaced through new substitute sources, we would need to collect 
substantial data. Based on our evaluation of the best available 
information and potentially-affected water agencies, the FEA assumes 
that impacts to water supply are attributable to the baseline given the 
presence of arroyo toads downstream. Because the FEA assumes that water 
supply impacts are attributable to baseline, we prioritized our 
research efforts and focused on updating those costs and assumptions 
that would be incremental to the baseline. Thus, the FEA continues to 
rely on assumptions obtained for the 2005 DEA.
    Comment 94: One commenter believed there is some question regarding 
whether Metropolitan Water District (MWD) facilities are included in 
Unit 23. If so, the commenter believed the DEA underestimates the cost 
of new infrastructure at $451,500. The commenter instead estimates a 
cost of $5,780,000 for new infrastructure for water conveyance to avoid 
discharges into the Whitewater River; if not, the DEA should omit these 
costs.
    Our Response: We evaluated the information provided by the 
commenter and reevaluated information in our files and determined that 
MWD facilities are not included in Unit 23. Thus, the FEA has been 
updated to omit these costs.
    Comment 95: One commenter estimated that $350,000 in incremental 
costs was not included in the DEA for Subunit 6b. The commenter stated 
that these costs pertain to impacts to the operation and maintenance of 
Metropolitan Water District's facilities, associated right-of-way, 
monitoring, and development and implementation of an HCP.
    Our Response: It is unclear why the impacts described by the 
commenter would result from this critical habitat designation, rather 
than the listing of arroyo toad. As such, the FEA does not include 
these costs.

Comments Regarding Transportation Impacts

    Comment 96: Regarding transportation impacts, one commenter stated 
that the upland and wetland habitat restoration costs per acre are too 
low. The commenter believed that instead of using $14,800 per acre, the 
DEA should have used an assumption of $50,000 per acre, based on 
research that indicates upland habitat restoration costs range from 
$30,000 to $50,000 per acre and riparian habitat restoration costs 
range from $100,000 to $250,000 per acre.
    Our Response: The FEA has been updated to reflect an average 
habitat restoration cost of $50,000 per acre. This assumption is 
consistent with data derived from the Caltrans Endangered Species Act 
Annual Impact and Mitigation Report, described in the California Red-
Legged Frog Economic Analysis Final Report, dated December 11, 2009.
    Comment 97: Four commenters stated that the DEA repeats the error 
of the 2004 DEA by omitting the State Route 241 Completion Project (aka 
Foothill-South Transportation Corridor) from the evaluation of 
transportation projects that would experience significant economic 
impacts.
    Our Response: We have become aware that the proposed State Route 
241 Completion Project does not meet the requirements of the Coastal 
Zone Management Act (16 U.S.C. 1451 et seq.), and the California 
Coastal Commission has denied a permit for this project as currently 
planned based on concerns related to a portion of the project. Based on 
California Coastal Commission's concerns, it appears that no viable 
project alternatives exist at this time and the proposed project as 
currently designed cannot move forward without project modification. 
Therefore, this project has not been included in the FEA.
    Comment 98: Four commenters stated that the DEA incorrectly 
excludes transportation projects that are part of regional and 
interregional transportation plans.
    Our Response: We recognize there are some transportation projects 
that are part of regional and interregional transportation plans (SCAG, 
SANDAG, and SBCAG Regional Transportation Improvement Plans and 
Regional Transportation Plans) that overlap with the critical habitat 
designation. The data required to estimate the economic impacts of 
these transportation projects is not available; however, the FEA has 
discussed these projects qualitatively in Chapter 5.
    Comment 99: One commenter stated that the proposed widening of 
State Route 138 near the Rancho Las Flores Planned Community may 
overlap with Unit 22, although the DEA appears to consider this project 
confined to Unit 20.
    Our Response: The FEA utilizes the California Transportation 
Investment System (CTIS), a geographic information systems (GIS)-based 
application, that provides spatial data of planned and programmed 
transportation projects through 2030. An analysis of the CTIS data 
shows the proposed widening of State Route 138 overlapping with Unit 20 
only.
    Comment 100: One commenter believed the DEA overlooks the 
compliance costs associated with State Route 138 that would be imposed 
on the Rancho Las Flores Planned Community as it becomes developed.
    Our Response: The FEA has been updated to include development 
proposed in the Rancho Los Flores Planned Community. Thus, in Chapter 2 
(footnote 54) of the FEA, impacts pertaining to this development 
project are identified, including: Loss in land value; other project 
modifications; and delay costs. CEQA and administrative costs are based 
on total acreage designated, rather than acreage designated for 
development.

Comments Regarding Development Projections in the DEA

    Comment 101: One commenter stated that the DEA failed to evaluate 
State and local building ordinances that could limit development, which 
would lower the estimated economic impacts.

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    Our Response: As mentioned in our response to Comments 56 and 66, 
the DEA relies on development projections furnished by regional 
forecasting agencies. These agencies incorporate local land use 
projections from city planners who are aware of State or local building 
ordinances affecting future development.
    Comment 102: One commenter stated that Rancho Mission Viejo 
development has been approved by Orange County in 2004 and the Service 
in 2007 to consist of 816 developable acres (330 ha), a far greater 
amount than the 65 ac (26 ha) shown in the DEA for Unit 10.
    Our Response: Specific information regarding the type and location 
of development was not provided in the public comment letter. However, 
we obtained a map and project description found in ``The Ranch Plan 
Planned Community Program Text'' as adopted by Ordinance 04-014 on 
November 8, 2004, by the Orange County Board of Supervisors. Based on 
the information contained within this document, we determined that 
planned development overlapping with Unit 10 is located within the 
Orange County Southern Subregion HCP. Although it is difficult to 
confirm the number of overlapping acres, as a very conservative 
assumption, 800 additional residential acres (324 ha) in Unit 10 have 
been included in the baseline scenario in the FEA.
    Comment 103: One commenter believed the DEA incorrectly stated that 
there would be no economic impacts to development in Unit 22. The 
commenter stated that development within the Rancho Las Flores Planned 
Community and Summit Valley Ranch projects is expected to occur within 
this critical habitat unit over the next 20 years.
    Our Response: Based on the Rancho Las Flores Planned Community 
(RLFPC) boundary, we were able to determine that 2,624 ac (1,062 ha) of 
the 9,867-ac (3,993-ha) project overlap with proposed Unit 22, which 
translates into approximately 27 percent of the project. Because the 
comment letter did not provide details regarding the type of 
development within the overlapping acreage, we uniformly applied the 
percentage of overlap to the residential and nonresidential acreage 
identified in the City of Hesperia Draft General Plan Update Technical 
Background Report, dated January 2010. There are 3,810 ac (1,542 ha) of 
residential, 314 ac (127 ha) of town center (retail), and 80 ac (32 ha) 
of commercial (office) envisioned in the RLFPC. Applying the percentage 
of the project overlapping with proposed Unit 22, the FEA has been 
updated to include the following acreages: 1,029 ac (416 ha) of 
residential, 85 ac (34 ha) of retail, and 22 ac (9 ha) of office. As a 
conservative assumption, the FEA includes all development in the RLFPC 
under the incremental scenario.
    Since no information was provided in the comment letter regarding 
the amount and type of overlapping acreage in the Summit Valley Ranch 
Specific Plan (SVRSP), the FEA does not include development projections 
associated with this project. However, while the regional planning 
agency development projections indicate no development in this census 
tract, it is clear that proposed Unit 22 overlaps with the SVRSP. Thus, 
the FEA describes the fact that Unit 22 would have greater economic 
impacts than shown; however, these impacts cannot be quantified because 
development data are not available.
    Comment 104: One commenter stated that the DEA identifies 38 ac (15 
ha) of developable land in Unit 8. Instead, the commenter believed the 
projected development should be estimated as least 74 ac (30 ha), as 
approved under the East Orange Planned Community.
    Our Response: Although it is difficult to estimate, 36 additional 
residential acres (15 ha), as a very conservative assumption, in Unit 8 
have been included under the incremental scenario in the FEA.

Comments Regarding Benefits of Designation as They Relate to the DEA

    Comment 105: One commenter stated that the aesthetic benefits can 
be quantified by studying willingness-to-pay for environmental benefits 
in comparable regions. Similarly, the commenter believed the regional 
economic benefits can be quantified by researching tourism and 
visitation, and that mentioning these benefits without conducting a 
study is inappropriate. Another commenter also stated that the DEA 
failed to quantify benefits and ancillary benefits, and dismissed 
benefits because they believed the benefits are not the purpose of a 
critical habitat designation. Further, the second commenter stated that 
the DEA fails to: (1) Assess the benefits of maintaining riparian areas 
and adjacent upland habitat; (2) mention or assess the economic 
benefits accruing from preservation of native habitat for other 
species; and (3) account for the benefits of maintaining contiguous 
riparian and adjacent upland habitat for other native species that use 
these areas. Further, the second commenter believed the DEA fails to 
mention that critical habitat designation would reduce uncertainty by 
identifying areas that are likely occupied by the arroyo toad or 
necessary to its recovery.
    Our Response: As described in Chapter 7 of the DEA (now Chapter 8 
in the FEA), the primary benefit of critical habitat is to support the 
conservation of the arroyo toad. This chapter summarizes potential 
benefits associated with specific arroyo toad conservation efforts such 
as aesthetic benefits, regional economic benefits, improved water 
quality and soil productivity, and flood control. The analysis 
recognizes that these benefits can be measured if sufficient data are 
available. However, these benefits are not quantified or monetized 
because to do so requires information on the incremental change in the 
probability of toad conservation that is expected to result from the 
designation. Currently, these data are unavailable; no studies exist 
that provide such information for this particular species. Depending on 
the project modifications ultimately implemented as a result of the 
regulation, other ancillary benefits that are not the stated objective 
of critical habitat (such as increasing the value of homes adjacent to 
preserved habitat or preserving habitat for other non-listed species) 
may occur.
    Comment 106: One commenter stated that the DEA double-counts 
property value benefits by including them in the real estate 
development methodology (and claiming that values and densities would 
transfer freely throughout the county) and then singles them out as an 
additional benefit.
    Our Response: Property value benefits described qualitatively in 
Chapter 8 of the FEA focus on potential increase in values for 
properties adjoining critical habitat. This increase may occur due to 
the lower density development occurring on critical habitat properties. 
The commenter is correct in suggesting that if other areas are 
developed more densely to accommodate housing needs, the net benefit to 
society may be zero. A discussion of this issue has been added to 
Chapter 8 of the FEA.
    Comment 107: One commenter stated that improved water quality, soil 
productivity, and flood control should not be mentioned as benefits if 
costs are not evaluated.
    Our Response: The designation of critical habitat is not 
anticipated to negatively affect water quality, soil productivity, or 
flood control. Thus, costs to address such issues are not anticipated. 
Rather, these benefits may arise as a result of project modifications 
described in the report, for which costs have been estimated (such as 
costs of conserving land rather than developing it).

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Required Determinations

Regulatory Planning and Review

    The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has determined that this 
rule is not significant under E.O. 12866. OMB bases its determination 
upon the following four criteria:
    (1) Whether the rule will have an annual effect of $100 million or 
more on the economy or adversely affect an economic sector, 
productivity, jobs, the environment, or other units of the government.
    (2) Whether the rule will create inconsistencies with other Federal 
agencies' action.
    (3) Whether the rule will materially affect entitlements, grants, 
user fees, loan programs or the rights and obligations of their 
recipients.
    (4) Whether the rule raises novel legal or policy issues.

Regulatory Flexibility Act (5 U.S.C. 601 et seq.)

    Under the Regulatory Flexibility Act (RFA; 5 U.S.C. 601 et seq., as 
amended by the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act 
(SBREFA) of 1996), whenever an agency must publish a notice of 
rulemaking for any proposed or final rule, it must prepare and make 
available for public comment a regulatory flexibility analysis that 
describes the effects of the rule on small entities (small businesses, 
small organizations, and small government jurisdictions). However, no 
regulatory flexibility analysis is required if the head of an agency 
certifies the rule will not have a significant economic impact on a 
substantial number of small entities. In this final rule, we are 
certifying that the revised critical habitat designation for the arroyo 
toad will not have a significant economic impact on a substantial 
number of small entities. The following discussion explains our 
rationale.
    According to the Small Business Administration, small entities 
include small organizations, such as independent nonprofit 
organizations; small government jurisdictions, including school boards 
and city and community governments that serve fewer than 50,000 
residents; and small businesses (13 CFR 121.201). Small businesses 
include manufacturing and mining concerns with fewer than 500 
employees, wholesale trade entities with fewer than 100 employees, 
retail and service businesses with less than $5 million in annual 
sales, general and heavy construction businesses with less than $27.5 
million in annual business, special trade contractors doing less than 
$11.5 million in annual business, and agricultural businesses with 
annual sales less than $750,000. To determine if potential economic 
impacts to these small entities are significant, we considered the 
types of activities that might trigger regulatory impacts under this 
designation as well as types of project modifications that may result. 
In general, the term significant economic impact is meant to apply to a 
typical small business firm's business operations.
    To determine if the revised designation of critical habitat for the 
arroyo toad would affect a substantial number of small entities, we 
consider the number of small entities affected within particular types 
of economic activities, such as residential and commercial development. 
In order to determine whether it is appropriate for our agency to 
certify that this rule would not have a significant economic impact on 
a substantial number of small entities, we considered each industry or 
category individually. To estimate the numbers of small entities 
potentially affected, we also considered whether their activities have 
any Federal involvement. Critical habitat designation will not affect 
activities that do not have any Federal involvement; designation of 
critical habitat affects activities conducted, funded, permitted, or 
authorized by Federal agencies. Some kinds of activities are unlikely 
to have any Federal involvement and so will not be affected by critical 
habitat designation. In areas where the species is present, Federal 
agencies already are required to consult with us under section 7 of the 
Act on activities they fund, permit, or implement that may affect the 
arroyo toad. Federal agencies also must consult with us if their 
activities may affect critical habitat. Designation of critical 
habitat, therefore, could result in an additional economic impact on 
small entities due to the requirement to reinitiate consultation for 
ongoing Federal activities.
    In the FEA of the proposed revisions to critical habitat, we 
evaluated the potential economic effects on small business entities 
resulting from implementation of conservation actions related to the 
proposed revisions to critical habitat for the arroyo toad. The FEA is 
based on the estimated incremental impacts associated with the proposed 
rulemaking as described in Chapters 2 through 7. The FEA evaluates the 
potential for economic impacts related to activity categories including 
real estate development, changes in water supply, grazing and mining 
activities, road construction projects, utility and other 
infrastructure projects, CEQA, uncertainty, and delay. The FEA 
concludes that the incremental impacts resulting from this rulemaking 
that may be borne by small businesses will be associated only with land 
development, cattle ranching, and farming. Incremental impacts are 
either not expected for the other types of activities considered or, if 
expected, will not be borne by small entities.
    As discussed in Appendix A of the FEA, the potential impacts of the 
proposed revised designation of critical habitat on land developers 
over the next 25 years would result from lost land value, project 
modification costs, CEQA costs, delay costs, and administrative costs. 
Small land developers with projects in the proposed critical habitat 
designation are expected to bear an annual incremental impact per 
project of between roughly $800 and $934,000. The number of small land 
developers affected annually ranges from zero to approximately 1.0 
percent of the county total. For those small land developers that are 
impacted, the average annualized cost per project ranges from less than 
0.1 percent to 44.0 percent of the typical annual sales for a small 
firm in the land subdivision sector.
    As discussed in Appendix A of the FEA, the potential impacts of the 
proposed revised designation of critical habitat on cattle ranchers and 
farmers would result from future project modifications, such as fencing 
and water source development. Small cattle ranching businesses 
operating in the critical habitat designation are expected to bear an 
incremental impact per project of between roughly $6,300 and $13,700. 
The number of small cattle ranching operations affected annually ranges 
from about 0.2 percent to approximately 2.0 percent of the cattle 
ranching businesses in each county. For those small cattle ranching 
businesses that are impacted, the average cost per project (i.e., 
grazing allotment) ranges from less than 0.1 percent to approximately 
2.0 percent of the typical annual sales for a small business in the 
sector.
    In summary, we considered whether the revised designation of 
critical habitat would result in a significant economic impact on a 
substantial number of small entities. We have identified small 
businesses that may be affected within the land development, ranching, 
and farming sectors. We have determined that this designation would not 
affect a substantial number of land developers, farmers, or cattle 
ranchers.
    For the above reasons and based on currently available information, 
we certify that the revised designation of critical habitat for the 
arroyo toad will not have a significant economic impact

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on a substantial number of small business entities. Therefore, a 
regulatory flexibility analysis is not required.

Energy Supply, Distribution, or Use--Executive Order 13211

    On May 18, 2001, the President issued E.O. 13211 on regulations 
that significantly affect energy supply, distribution, and use. E.O. 
13211 requires agencies to prepare Statements of Energy Effects when 
undertaking certain actions. This revision to critical habitat for the 
arroyo toad is not considered a significant regulatory action under 
E.O. 13211. OMB has provided guidance for implementing this Order that 
outlines nine outcomes that may constitute ``a significant adverse 
effect'' when compared without the regulatory action under 
consideration. As discussed in Appendix A, the FEA finds that none of 
these outcomes are likely to occur. As such, the final designation of 
critical habitat is not expected to significantly affect energy 
supplies, distribution, or use, and a Statement of Energy Effects is 
not required.

Unfunded Mandates Reform Act (2 U.S.C. 1501 et seq.)

    In accordance with the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act, we make the 
following findings:
    (1) This rule will not produce a Federal mandate. In general, a 
Federal mandate is a provision in legislation, statute, or regulation 
that would impose an enforceable duty upon State, local, or tribal 
governments, or the private sector, and includes both ``Federal 
intergovernmental mandates'' and ``Federal private sector mandates.'' 
These terms are defined in 2 U.S.C. 658(5)-(7). ``Federal 
intergovernmental mandate'' includes a regulation that ``would impose 
an enforceable duty upon State, local, or tribal governments'' with two 
exceptions. It excludes ``a condition of Federal assistance.'' It also 
excludes ``a duty arising from participation in a voluntary Federal 
program,'' unless the regulation ``relates to a then-existing Federal 
program under which $500,000,000 or more is provided annually to State, 
local, and tribal governments under entitlement authority,'' if the 
provision would ``increase the stringency of conditions of assistance'' 
or ``place caps upon, or otherwise decrease, the Federal Government's 
responsibility to provide funding,'' and the State, local, or tribal 
governments ``lack authority'' to adjust accordingly. ``Federal private 
sector mandate'' includes a regulation that ``would impose an 
enforceable duty upon the private sector, except (i) a condition of 
Federal assistance; or (ii) a duty arising from participation in a 
voluntary Federal program.''
    The designation of critical habitat does not impose a legally 
binding duty on non-Federal government entities or private parties. 
Under section 7 of the Act, the only regulatory effect is that Federal 
agencies must ensure that their actions do not destroy or adversely 
modify critical habitat. Non-Federal entities which receive Federal 
funding, assistance, permits, or otherwise require approval or 
authorization from a Federal agency for an action, may be indirectly 
impacted by the designation of critical habitat. However, the legally 
binding duty to avoid destruction or adverse modification of critical 
habitat rests squarely on the Federal agency. Furthermore, to the 
extent that non-Federal entities are indirectly impacted because they 
receive Federal assistance or participate in a voluntary Federal aid 
program, the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act would not apply, nor would 
critical habitat shift the costs of the large entitlement programs 
listed above onto State governments.
    (2) We do not believe that this rule will significantly or uniquely 
affect small governments because it will not produce a Federal mandate 
of $100 million or greater in any year; that is, it is not a 
``significant regulatory action'' under the Unfunded Mandates Reform 
Act. The FEA concludes incremental impacts may occur due to project 
modifications that may need to be made for real estate development; 
however, these are not expected to affect small governments. 
Consequently, we do not believe that this final revised critical 
habitat designation will significantly or uniquely affect small 
government entities. As such, a Small Government Agency Plan is not 
required.

Takings--Executive Order 12630

    In accordance with E.O. 12630 (``Government Actions and 
Interference with Constitutionally Protected Private Property 
Rights''), we have analyzed the potential takings implications of 
designating revised critical habitat for the arroyo toad in a takings 
implications assessment. Critical habitat designation does not affect 
landowner actions that do not require Federal funding or permits, nor 
does it preclude development of habitat conservation programs or 
issuance of incidental take permits to permit actions that do require 
Federal funding or permits to go forward. The takings implications 
assessment concludes that this final revised designation of critical 
habitat for the arroyo toad does not pose significant takings 
implications.

Federalism--Executive Order 13132

    In accordance with E.O. 13132 (Federalism), this rule does not have 
significant Federalism effects. A Federalism assessment is not 
required. In keeping with Department of the Interior and Department of 
Commerce policy, we requested information from, and coordinated 
development of, this final revised critical habitat designation with 
appropriate State resource agencies in California; however, we did not 
receive any comments from State agencies. The majority of land (96 
percent) being designated is not State or locally owned and, therefore, 
the designation has little incremental impact on State and local 
governments and their activities. The designation may have some benefit 
to these governments in that the areas that contain the physical and 
biological features essential to the conservation of the species are 
more clearly defined, and the primary constituent elements of the 
habitat necessary to the conservation of the species are specifically 
identified. While making this definition and identification does not 
alter where and what federally sponsored activities may occur, it may 
assist these local governments in long-range planning (rather than 
waiting for case-by-case section 7 consultations to occur).

Civil Justice Reform

    In accordance with Executive Order 12988 (Civil Justice Reform), 
the Office of the Solicitor has determined that the rule does not 
unduly burden the judicial system and meets the requirements of 
sections 3(a) and 3(b)(2) of the Order. We are designating revised 
critical habitat in accordance with the provisions of the Act. This 
final rule uses standard property descriptions and identifies the 
physical and biological features essential to the conservation of the 
species within the designated areas to assist the public in 
understanding the habitat needs of the arroyo toad.

Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995

    This rule does not contain any new collections of information that 
require approval by OMB under the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44 
U.S.C. 3501 et seq.). This rule will not impose recordkeeping or 
reporting requirements on State or local governments, individuals, 
businesses, or organizations. An agency may not conduct or sponsor, and 
a person is not required to respond to, a collection of information 
unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number.

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National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)

    It is our position that, outside the jurisdiction of the Circuit 
Court of Appeals of the United States for the Tenth Circuit, we do not 
need to prepare environmental analyses as defined by NEPA (42 U.S.C. 
4321 et seq.) in connection with designating critical habitat under the 
Act. We published a notice outlining our reasons for this determination 
in the Federal Register on October 25, 1983 (48 FR 49244). This 
assertion was upheld by the Circuit Court of Appeals of the United 
States for the Ninth Circuit (Douglas County v. Babbitt, 48 F.3d 1495 
(9th Cir. 1995), cert. denied 516 U.S. 1042 (1996)).

Government-to-Government Relationship With Tribes

    In accordance with the President's memorandum of April 29, 1994, 
Government-to-Government Relations with Native American Tribal 
Governments (59 FR 22951), E.O. 13175, and the Department of the 
Interior's manual at 512 DM 2, we readily acknowledge our 
responsibility to communicate meaningfully with recognized Federal 
tribes on a government-to-government basis. In accordance with 
Secretarial Order 3206 of June 5, 1997 (American Indian Tribal Rights, 
Federal-Tribal Trust Responsibilities, and the Endangered Species Act), 
we readily acknowledge our responsibilities to work directly with 
tribes in developing programs for healthy ecosystems, to acknowledge 
that tribal lands are not subject to the same controls as Federal 
public lands, to remain sensitive to Indian culture, and to make 
information available to tribes.
    In the proposed revisions to critical habitat published in the 
Federal Register on October 13, 2009 (74 FR 52612), we proposed 
approximately 1,155 ac (467 ha) in Unit 14 within the Rincon Band of 
Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians Reservation and other associated tribal 
lands owned/managed by the Rincon Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission 
Indians; 2,385 ac (963 ha) in Unit 14 within the Pala Band of 
Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians Reservation and other associated tribal 
lands owned/managed by the Pala Band of Luise[ntilde]o Mission Indians; 
391 ac (158 ha) in Unit 18 within the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay 
Nation's Reservation and other associated tribal lands owned/managed by 
the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation; 93 ac (38 ha) in Unit 17 within 
the Capitan Grande Reservation; and 23 ac (9 ha) in Unit 16 within the 
Mesa Grande Reservation, as critical habitat for the arroyo toad. We 
worked directly with the tribes to determine economic and other burdens 
expected to result from critical habitat designation on tribal lands, 
and as a result of information exchanged, the Secretary is exercising 
his discretion to exclude all tribal reservation lands meeting the 
definition of critical habitat for the arroyo toad from this final 
revised designation under section 4(b)(2) of the Act (see Exclusions 
Under Section 4(b)(2) of the Act--Tribal Lands section above).

References Cited

    A complete list of all references cited in this rulemaking is 
available on http://www.regulations.gov and upon request from the Field 
Supervisor, Ventura Fish and Wildlife Office, or the Field Supervisor, 
Carlsbad Fish and Wildlife (see ADDRESSES and FOR FURTHER INFORMATION 
CONTACT sections).

Author(s)

    The primary authors of this notice are staff of the Ventura Fish 
and Wildlife Office and the Carlsbad Fish and Wildlife Office.

List of Subjects in 50 CFR Part 17

    Endangered and threatened species, Exports, Imports, Reporting and 
recordkeeping requirements, Transportation.

Regulation Promulgation

    Accordingly, we amend part 17, subchapter B of chapter I, title 50 
of the Code of Federal Regulations, as set forth below:

PART 17--[AMENDED]

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1. The authority citation for part 17 continues to read as follows:

    Authority:  16 U.S.C. 1361-1407; 16 U.S.C. 1531-1544; 16 U.S.C. 
4201-4245; Pub. L. 99-625, 100 Stat. 3500; unless otherwise noted.


0
2. In Sec.  17.11(h), revise the entry for ``Toad, arroyo (=arroyo 
southwestern)'' under ``Amphibians'' in the List of Endangered and 
Threatened Wildlife to read as follows:


Sec.  17.11  Endangered and threatened wildlife.

* * * * *
    (h) * * *

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                     Species                                              Vertebrate
--------------------------------------------------                     population where                                          Critical      Special
                                                     Historic range     endangered or          Status          When  listed       habitat       rules
          Common name            Scientific name                          threatened
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          Amphibians            .................  .................  .................  .................  .................  ............
 
                                                                      * * * * * * *
Toad, arroyo (=arroyo           Anaxyrus           U.S.A. (CA),       Entire...........  E................  568..............  17.95(d)....  NA
 southwestern).                  californicus.      Mexico.
 
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3. In Sec.  17.95(d), revise the entry for ``Arroyo Toad (Bufo 
californicus)'' to read as follows:


Sec.  17.95  Critical habitat--fish and wildlife.

* * * * *
    (d) Amphibians.
* * * * *
    Arroyo Toad (Anaxyrus californicus).
    (1) Critical habitat units are depicted for Los Angeles, Orange, 
Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Ventura 
Counties, California, on the maps below.
    (2) Within these areas, the primary constituent elements for the 
arroyo toad consist of four components:
    (i) Rivers or streams with hydrologic regimes that supply water to 
provide space, food, and cover needed to sustain eggs, tadpoles, 
metamorphosing juveniles, and adult breeding toads. Breeding pools must 
persist a minimum of 2 months for the completion of larval development. 
However, due to the dynamic nature of southern California riparian 
systems and flood regimes, the location of suitable breeding pools may 
vary from year to year. Specifically, the conditions necessary to allow 
for successful reproduction of arroyo toads are:
    (A) Breeding pools that are less than 6 inches (15 centimeters) 
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    (B) Areas of flowing water with current velocities less than 1.3 
feet per second (40 centimeters per second); and
    (C) Surface water that lasts for a minimum of 2 months during the 
breeding season (a sufficient wet period in the spring months to allow 
arroyo toad larvae to hatch, mature, and metamorphose).
    (ii) Riparian and adjacent upland habitats, particularly low-
gradient (typically less than 6 percent) stream segments and alluvial 
streamside terraces with sandy or fine gravel substrates that support 
the formation of shallow pools and sparsely vegetated sand and gravel 
bars for breeding and rearing of tadpoles and juveniles; and adjacent 
valley bottomlands that include areas of loose soil where toads can 
burrow underground, to provide foraging and living areas for juvenile 
and adult arroyo toads.
    (iii) A natural flooding regime, or one sufficiently corresponding 
to natural, that:
    (A) Is characterized by intermittent or near-perennial flow that 
contributes to the persistence of shallow pools into at least mid-
summer;
    (B) Maintains areas of open, sparsely vegetated, sandy stream 
channels and terraces by periodically scouring riparian vegetation; and
    (C) Also modifies stream channels and terraces and redistributes 
sand and sediment, such that breeding pools and terrace habitats with 
scattered vegetation are maintained.
    (iv) Stream channels and adjacent upland habitats that allow for 
movement to breeding pools, foraging areas, overwintering sites, 
upstream and downstream dispersal, and connectivity to areas that 
contain suitable habitat.
    (3) Critical habitat does not include manmade structures (such as 
buildings, aqueducts, airports, roads, and other paved areas) and the 
land on which they are located existing within the legal boundaries on 
the effective date of this rule.
    (4) Critical habitat map units. Data layers defining map units were 
created on a base of USGS 7.5' quadrangles using USDA National 
Agricultural Imagery Program (NAIP) county-wide MrSID compressed 
mosaics of 1 meter resolution and natural color aerial photography from 
summer 2009. Except where otherwise noted, critical habitat units were 
mapped using Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) zone 11, North 
American Datum of 1983 (NAD83) coordinates.
    (5) Note: Index map 1 of Units of Critical Habitat for Arroyo Toad 
(Anaxyrus californicus) follows:
BILLING CODE 4310-55-P

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    (6) Note: Index map 2 of Units of Critical Habitat for Arroyo Toad 
(Anaxyrus californicus) follows:

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BILLING CODE 4310-55-C
    (7) Unit 2: Sisquoc River, Santa Barbara County, California.
    (i) From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Foxen Canyon, Zaca Lake, 
Bald

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Mtn., and Hurricane Deck. Beginning at 120 degrees West Longitude at 
UTM zone 10, NAD83 y coordinate 3858106, land bounded by the following 
UTM zone 10, NAD83 coordinates (E, N): 774369, 3858136; 774379, 
3857806; 774379, 3857806; 774151, 3857792; 774149, 3857822; 773999, 
3857813; 773997, 3857843; 773937, 3857839; 773936, 3857869; 773876, 
3857866; 773874, 3857896; 773844, 3857894; 773842, 3857924; 773812, 
3857922; 773810, 3857952; 773780, 3857950; 773779, 3857980; 773749, 
3857978; 773740, 3858128; 773710, 3858126; 773708, 3858156; 773678, 
3858154; 773676, 3858184; 773646, 3858183; 773644, 3858213; 773615, 
3858211; 773613, 3858241; 773583, 3858239; 773581, 3858269; 773521, 
3858265; 773519, 3858295; 773459, 3858292; 773458, 3858322; 773248, 
3858309; 773246, 3858339; 773156, 3858334; 773155, 3858364; 773095, 
3858360; 773093, 3858390; 773033, 3858386; 773031, 3858416; 772941, 
3858411; 772940, 3858441; 772850, 3858435; 772852, 3858405; 772792, 
3858402; 772784, 3858522; 772755, 3858520; 772753, 3858550; 772723, 
3858548; 772719, 3858608; 772659, 3858604; 772658, 3858634; 772628, 
3858632; 772626, 3858662; 772566, 3858659; 772564, 3858689; 772444, 
3858682; 772443, 3858712; 772263, 3858701; 772261, 3858731; 772111, 
3858722; 772110, 3858752; 772050, 3858748; 772048, 3858778; 772018, 
3858776; 772016, 3858806; 771926, 3858801; 771923, 3858861; 771893, 
3858859; 771880, 3859069; 771850, 3859067; 771848, 3859097; 771818, 
3859095; 771817, 3859125; 771787, 3859123; 771783, 3859183; 771753, 
3859181; 771750, 3859241; 771720, 3859239; 771718, 3859269; 771688, 
3859267; 771686, 3859297; 771656, 3859296; 771654, 3859325; 771624, 
3859324; 771623, 3859354; 771563, 3859350; 771561, 3859380; 771531, 
3859378; 771529, 3859408; 771499, 3859406; 771497, 3859436; 771438, 
3859433; 771436, 3859463; 771406, 3859461; 771404, 3859491; 771374, 
3859489; 771372, 3859519; 771312, 3859515; 771311, 3859545; 771221, 
3859540; 771224, 3859480; 771194, 3859478; 771196, 3859448; 771136, 
3859445; 771135, 3859475; 771045, 3859469; 771043, 3859499; 770923, 
3859492; 770921, 3859522; 770832, 3859517; 770830, 3859547; 770650, 
3859536; 770648, 3859566; 770618, 3859564; 770617, 3859594; 770557, 
3859590; 770555, 3859620; 770495, 3859617; 770493, 3859647; 770463, 
3859645; 770461, 3859675; 770431, 3859673; 770430, 3859703; 770370, 
3859699; 770368, 3859729; 770338, 3859727; 770336, 3859757; 770007, 
3859738; 770005, 3859768; 769945, 3859764; 769943, 3859794; 769913, 
3859792; 769912, 3859822; 769882, 3859820; 769880, 3859850; 769820, 
3859847; 769818, 3859877; 769788, 3859875; 769786, 3859905; 769757, 
3859903; 769755, 3859933; 769665, 3859928; 769667, 3859898; 769637, 
3859896; 769635, 3859926; 769455, 3859915; 769457, 3859885; 769427, 
3859883; 769429, 3859853; 769399, 3859851; 769401, 3859822; 769371, 
3859820; 769373, 3859790; 769343, 3859788; 769344, 3859758; 769315, 
3859756; 769316, 3859726; 769256, 3859723; 769258, 3859693; 769168, 
3859687; 769167, 3859717; 769137, 3859716; 769135, 3859745; 769105, 
3859744; 769103, 3859774; 769073, 3859772; 769071, 3859802; 769041, 
3859800; 769040, 3859830; 769010, 3859828; 769004, 3859918; 769034, 
3859920; 769031, 3859980; 769001, 3859978; 768999, 3860008; 768969, 
3860006; 768967, 3860036; 768877, 3860031; 768876, 3860061; 768846, 
3860059; 768844, 3860089; 768754, 3860083; 768745, 3860233; 768715, 
3860231; 768712, 3860291; 768682, 3860289; 768678, 3860349; 768588, 
3860344; 768590, 3860314; 768560, 3860312; 768562, 3860282; 768412, 
3860273; 768410, 3860303; 768201, 3860291; 768202, 3860261; 768173, 
3860259; 768174, 3860229; 768144, 3860227; 768150, 3860137; 768180, 
3860139; 768196, 3859869; 768166, 3859868; 768168, 3859838; 768138, 
3859836; 768140, 3859806; 768080, 3859802; 768081, 3859772; 768022, 
3859769; 768023, 3859739; 767963, 3859735; 767962, 3859765; 767722, 
3859751; 767720, 3859781; 767451, 3859765; 767453, 3859735; 767423, 
3859733; 767424, 3859703; 767215, 3859690; 767213, 3859720; 767093, 
3859713; 767095, 3859683; 767005, 3859678; 767007, 3859648; 766887, 
3859641; 766889, 3859611; 766829, 3859607; 766831, 3859577; 766771, 
3859574; 766773, 3859544; 766713, 3859540; 766715, 3859510; 766655, 
3859507; 766657, 3859477; 766627, 3859475; 766629, 3859445; 766359, 
3859429; 766363, 3859369; 766333, 3859367; 766335, 3859337; 766305, 
3859335; 766306, 3859305; 766247, 3859302; 766248, 3859272; 766188, 
3859268; 766190, 3859238; 765951, 3859224; 765952, 3859194; 765893, 
3859191; 765894, 3859161; 765864, 3859159; 765866, 3859129; 765836, 
3859127; 765838, 3859097; 765808, 3859095; 765810, 3859065; 765780, 
3859064; 765782, 3859034; 765752, 3859032; 765754, 3859002; 765724, 
3859000; 765727, 3858940; 765697, 3858938; 765699, 3858908; 765669, 
3858907; 765673, 3858847; 765703, 3858849; 765706, 3858789; 765676, 
3858787; 765678, 3858757; 765648, 3858755; 765650, 3858725; 765620, 
3858723; 765622, 3858693; 765592, 3858692; 765599, 3858572; 765629, 
3858574; 765631, 3858544; 765661, 3858546; 765664, 3858486; 765575, 
3858480; 765576, 3858450; 765546, 3858449; 765550, 3858389; 765490, 
3858385; 765492, 3858355; 765432, 3858352; 765434, 3858322; 765344, 
3858316; 765342, 3858346; 765282, 3858343; 765222, 3858339; 765224, 
3858309; 765045, 3858298; 765043, 3858328; 764983, 3858325; 764981, 
3858355; 764921, 3858351; 764919, 3858381; 764830, 3858376; 764831, 
3858346; 764771, 3858342; 764773, 3858312; 764683, 3858307; 764685, 
3858277; 763967, 3858234; 763965, 3858264; 763935, 3858262; 763937, 
3858232; 763847, 3858227; 763849, 3858197; 763729, 3858189; 763731, 
3858159; 763671, 3858156; 763669, 3858186; 763549, 3858179; 763547, 
3858209; 763517, 3858207; 763514, 3858267; 763544, 3858268; 763542, 
3858298; 763537, 3858388; 763507, 3858386; 763503, 3858446; 763473, 
3858445; 763471, 3858474; 763441, 3858473; 763440, 3858503; 763380, 
3858499; 763378, 3858529; 763348, 3858527; 763346, 3858557; 763316, 
3858555; 763315, 3858585; 763285, 3858583; 763283, 3858613; 763253, 
3858612; 763251, 3858642; 763131, 3858634; 763129, 3858664; 762980, 
3858655; 762982, 3858625; 762892, 3858620; 762802, 3858615; 762800, 
3858645; 762680, 3858637; 762682, 3858607; 762652, 3858606; 762654, 
3858576; 762624, 3858574; 762631, 3858454; 762601, 3858452; 762603, 
3858422; 762573, 3858421; 762575, 3858391; 762545, 3858389; 762547, 
3858359; 762517, 3858357; 762519, 3858327; 762189, 3858307; 762187, 
3858337; 762008, 3858327; 762013, 3858237; 761983, 3858235; 761987, 
3858175; 761957, 3858173; 761959, 3858143; 761899, 3858140; 761901, 
3858110; 761871, 3858108; 761872, 3858078; 761813, 3858075; 761811, 
3858105; 761751, 3858101; 761749, 3858131; 761659, 3858125; 761661, 
3858096; 761631, 3858094; 761635, 3858034; 761605, 3858032; 761608, 
3857972; 761519, 3857967; 761520, 3857937; 761490, 3857935; 761492, 
3857905; 761462, 3857903; 761464, 3857873; 761434, 3857872; 761432, 
3857902; 761193, 3857887; 761195, 3857857; 761075, 3857850; 761077, 
3857820; 760747, 3857800; 760746, 3857830; 760716, 3857829; 760714, 
3857858;

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760654, 3857855; 760652, 3857885; 760622, 3857883; 760620, 3857913; 
760650, 3857915; 760640, 3858094; 760610, 3858093; 760608, 3858123; 
760578, 3858121; 760576, 3858151; 760606, 3858153; 760602, 3858212; 
760572, 3858211; 760574, 3858181; 760514, 3858177; 760516, 3858147; 
760456, 3858144; 760455, 3858173; 760305, 3858165; 760303, 3858194; 
760243, 3858191; 760241, 3858221; 760181, 3858217; 760180, 3858247; 
760150, 3858245; 760148, 3858275; 760058, 3858270; 760056, 3858300; 
760026, 3858298; 760025, 3858328; 759995, 3858326; 759993, 3858356; 
759933, 3858353; 759931, 3858383; 759871, 3858379; 759869, 3858409; 
759840, 3858407; 759838, 3858437; 759778, 3858433; 759776, 3858463; 
759746, 3858462; 759744, 3858492; 759714, 3858490; 759713, 3858520; 
759683, 3858518; 759681, 3858548; 759651, 3858546; 759649, 3858576; 
759619, 3858574; 759612, 3858694; 759582, 3858692; 759578, 3858752; 
759549, 3858750; 759547, 3858780; 759487, 3858777; 759485, 3858807; 
759425, 3858803; 759423, 3858833; 759393, 3858831; 759392, 3858861; 
759362, 3858859; 759360, 3858889; 759300, 3858886; 759298, 3858915; 
759059, 3858901; 759061, 3858871; 759031, 3858869; 759032, 3858839; 
758973, 3858836; 758974, 3858806; 758944, 3858804; 758946, 3858774; 
758916, 3858772; 758918, 3858742; 758888, 3858741; 758890, 3858711; 
758860, 3858709; 758862, 3858679; 758832, 3858677; 758835, 3858617; 
758865, 3858619; 758872, 3858499; 758843, 3858498; 758844, 3858468; 
758814, 3858466; 758818, 3858406; 758788, 3858404; 758792, 3858344; 
758762, 3858342; 758763, 3858313; 758734, 3858311; 758737, 3858251; 
758647, 3858245; 758649, 3858216; 758529, 3858208; 758531, 3858178; 
758441, 3858173; 758440, 3858203; 758110, 3858183; 758108, 3858213; 
758049, 3858210; 758047, 3858240; 757987, 3858236; 757985, 3858266; 
757925, 3858262; 757923, 3858292; 757834, 3858287; 757832, 3858317; 
757772, 3858313; 757770, 3858343; 757740, 3858341; 757737, 3858401; 
757707, 3858399; 757705, 3858429; 757675, 3858428; 757673, 3858458; 
757643, 3858456; 757641, 3858486; 757611, 3858484; 757610, 3858514; 
757580, 3858512; 757578, 3858542; 757458, 3858535; 757456, 3858565; 
757426, 3858563; 757423, 3858623; 757393, 3858621; 757391, 3858651; 
757361, 3858649; 757359, 3858679; 757329, 3858677; 757328, 3858707; 
757298, 3858705; 757296, 3858735; 757266, 3858734; 757262, 3858793; 
757232, 3858792; 757231, 3858822; 757171, 3858818; 757165, 3858908; 
757135, 3858906; 757132, 3858966; 757102, 3858964; 757100, 3858994; 
757010, 3858989; 757012, 3858959; 756952, 3858955; 756954, 3858925; 
756864, 3858920; 756866, 3858890; 756776, 3858885; 756778, 3858855; 
756688, 3858849; 756686, 3858879; 756507, 3858868; 756505, 3858898; 
756385, 3858891; 756383, 3858921; 756294, 3858916; 756292, 3858946; 
756262, 3858944; 756260, 3858974; 756200, 3858970; 756198, 3859000; 
756185, 3859042; 756163, 3859153; 756137, 3859208; 756100, 3859252; 
756031, 3859305; 755958, 3859355; 755884, 3859380; 755832, 3859387; 
755789, 3859366; 755738, 3859312; 755688, 3859269; 755668, 3859225; 
755676, 3859155; 755652, 3859088; 755656, 3859028; 755626, 3859026; 
755597, 3859047; 755592, 3859084; 755591, 3859114; 755600, 3859174; 
755580, 3859248; 755631, 3859307; 755637, 3859355; 755625, 3859379; 
755576, 3859399; 755502, 3859438; 755446, 3859448; 755302, 3859453; 
755236, 3859475; 755121, 3859518; 754957, 3859487; 754745, 3859445; 
754665, 3859413; 754520, 3859352; 754518, 3859645; 754595, 3859689; 
754685, 3859785; 754743, 3859833; 754874, 3859896; 755036, 3859965; 
755130, 3860004; 755197, 3860023; 755244, 3860037; 755280, 3860045; 
755310, 3860056; 755346, 3860062; 755378, 3860072; 755417, 3860083; 
755451, 3860087; 755503, 3860083; 755527, 3860084; 755542, 3860083; 
755555, 3860076; 755569, 3860059; 755591, 3860047; 755630, 3860040; 
755726, 3860058; 755839, 3860103; 755911, 3860141; 755958, 3860208; 
756003, 3860252; 756083, 3860313; 756146, 3860379; 756144, 3860409; 
756234, 3860414; 756232, 3860444; 756262, 3860446; 756260, 3860476; 
756293, 3860511; 756328, 3860531; 756376, 3860553; 756431, 3860562; 
756489, 3860553; 756556, 3860554; 756586, 3860556; 756584, 3860586; 
756614, 3860587; 756612, 3860617; 756642, 3860619; 756651, 3860470; 
756621, 3860468; 756627, 3860378; 756543, 3860373; 756527, 3860382; 
756494, 3860393; 756447, 3860388; 756403, 3860370; 756372, 3860335; 
756339, 3860257; 756325, 3860147; 756318, 3860037; 756301, 3859954; 
756294, 3859907; 756236, 3859874; 756238, 3859844; 756278, 3859794; 
756310, 3859765; 756367, 3859701; 756398, 3859673; 756432, 3859615; 
756468, 3859589; 756494, 3859600; 756555, 3859649; 756633, 3859716; 
756884, 3859777; 756962, 3859797; 757141, 3859808; 757140, 3859838; 
757200, 3859841; 757198, 3859871; 757347, 3859880; 757349, 3859850; 
757379, 3859852; 757381, 3859822; 757441, 3859826; 757443, 3859796; 
757473, 3859798; 757474, 3859768; 757534, 3859771; 757536, 3859741; 
757566, 3859743; 757571, 3859653; 757601, 3859655; 757603, 3859625; 
757633, 3859627; 757635, 3859597; 757665, 3859599; 757668, 3859539; 
757698, 3859541; 757700, 3859511; 757730, 3859513; 757732, 3859483; 
757762, 3859484; 757764, 3859455; 757526, 3859156; 757976, 3858832; 
758041, 3858795; 758125, 3858750; 758198, 3858670; 758305, 3858638; 
758476, 3858662; 758509, 3858721; 758556, 3858740; 758637, 3858750; 
758672, 3858797; 758700, 3858830; 758708, 3858864; 758716, 3858879; 
758744, 3858900; 758784, 3858921; 758823, 3858952; 758825, 3858982; 
758796, 3859059; 758794, 3859124; 758844, 3859135; 758900, 3859091; 
758934, 3859097; 759054, 3859172; 759050, 3859201; 759039, 3859230; 
759037, 3859260; 759067, 3859262; 759064, 3859322; 759094, 3859324; 
759092, 3859354; 759122, 3859356; 759120, 3859386; 759240, 3859393; 
759241, 3859363; 759391, 3859372; 759393, 3859342; 759423, 3859344; 
759425, 3859314; 759485, 3859317; 759486, 3859287; 759516, 3859289; 
759520, 3859229; 759550, 3859231; 759552, 3859201; 759582, 3859203; 
759585, 3859143; 759705, 3859150; 759707, 3859120; 759677, 3859118; 
759682, 3859029; 759772, 3859034; 759774, 3859004; 759804, 3859006; 
759805, 3858976; 759835, 3858978; 759837, 3858948; 759807, 3858946; 
759809, 3858916; 759749, 3858912; 759751, 3858883; 759781, 3858884; 
759788, 3858765; 759818, 3858766; 759823, 3858677; 759913, 3858682; 
759915, 3858652; 760035, 3858659; 760037, 3858629; 760067, 3858631; 
760070, 3858571; 760100, 3858573; 760102, 3858543; 760132, 3858545; 
760134, 3858515; 760164, 3858517; 760167, 3858457; 760197, 3858459; 
760199, 3858429; 760229, 3858430; 760231, 3858400; 760290, 3858404; 
760292, 3858374; 760352, 3858378; 760350, 3858408; 760380, 3858409; 
760378, 3858439; 760498, 3858447; 760496, 3858476; 760526, 3858478; 
760525, 3858508; 760555, 3858510; 760553, 3858540; 760643, 3858545; 
760644, 3858515; 760704, 3858519; 760711, 3858399; 760741, 3858401; 
760743, 3858371; 760773, 3858373; 760775, 3858343; 760805, 3858345; 
760812, 3858225; 760842, 3858227; 760844, 3858197; 760874, 3858199; 
760875, 3858169; 760905, 3858170; 760907, 3858141; 760937, 3858142;

[[Page 7328]]

760939, 3858112; 761029, 3858118; 761031, 3858088; 761240, 3858100; 
761238, 3858130; 761358, 3858137; 761356, 3858167; 761386, 3858169; 
761384, 3858199; 761414, 3858201; 761413, 3858231; 761443, 3858233; 
761441, 3858263; 761531, 3858268; 761529, 3858298; 761589, 3858302; 
761587, 3858331; 761647, 3858335; 761643, 3858395; 761673, 3858397; 
761670, 3858457; 761699, 3858458; 761698, 3858488; 761728, 3858490; 
761722, 3858580; 761752, 3858582; 761747, 3858672; 761777, 3858673; 
761775, 3858703; 761835, 3858707; 761833, 3858737; 761893, 3858740; 
761891, 3858770; 761921, 3858772; 761919, 3858802; 761949, 3858804; 
761947, 3858834; 762217, 3858850; 762215, 3858880; 762245, 3858882; 
762243, 3858912; 762273, 3858914; 762275, 3858884; 762754, 3858912; 
762756, 3858882; 762786, 3858884; 762788, 3858854; 762967, 3858865; 
762969, 3858835; 763029, 3858839; 763027, 3858869; 763147, 3858876; 
763149, 3858846; 763179, 3858848; 763209, 3858849; 763207, 3858879; 
763297, 3858885; 763327, 3858886; 763328, 3858857; 763448, 3858864; 
763450, 3858834; 763480, 3858836; 763483, 3858776; 763573, 3858781; 
763575, 3858751; 763605, 3858753; 763607, 3858723; 763637, 3858725; 
763640, 3858665; 763610, 3858663; 763614, 3858603; 763644, 3858605; 
763646, 3858575; 763706, 3858579; 763704, 3858609; 763764, 3858612; 
763767, 3858552; 763737, 3858551; 763739, 3858521; 763709, 3858519; 
763711, 3858489; 763681, 3858487; 763683, 3858457; 763713, 3858459; 
763715, 3858429; 763744, 3858431; 763743, 3858461; 763803, 3858464; 
763806, 3858404; 763776, 3858403; 763778, 3858373; 763868, 3858378; 
763866, 3858408; 763896, 3858410; 763894, 3858440; 764014, 3858447; 
764016, 3858417; 764195, 3858428; 764194, 3858458; 764463, 3858474; 
764465, 3858444; 764615, 3858453; 764613, 3858483; 764643, 3858485; 
764641, 3858515; 764731, 3858520; 764729, 3858550; 764909, 3858561; 
764907, 3858591; 764937, 3858592; 764939, 3858562; 765028, 3858568; 
765027, 3858598; 765057, 3858600; 765053, 3858659; 765083, 3858661; 
765081, 3858691; 765111, 3858693; 765109, 3858723; 765139, 3858725; 
765137, 3858755; 765167, 3858756; 765166, 3858786; 765255, 3858792; 
765254, 3858822; 765343, 3858827; 765342, 3858857; 765372, 3858859; 
765370, 3858889; 765400, 3858891; 765398, 3858920; 765458, 3858924; 
765456, 3858954; 765486, 3858956; 765484, 3858986; 765514, 3858988; 
765512, 3859017; 765572, 3859021; 765570, 3859051; 765600, 3859053; 
765597, 3859113; 765627, 3859114; 765625, 3859144; 765655, 3859146; 
765653, 3859176; 765683, 3859178; 765681, 3859208; 765711, 3859210; 
765709, 3859240; 765769, 3859243; 765764, 3859333; 765854, 3859338; 
765852, 3859368; 765972, 3859376; 765970, 3859406; 766060, 3859411; 
766056, 3859471; 766086, 3859473; 766082, 3859532; 766142, 3859536; 
766141, 3859566; 766170, 3859568; 766167, 3859628; 766347, 3859638; 
766345, 3859668; 766554, 3859681; 766553, 3859711; 766612, 3859714; 
766611, 3859744; 766641, 3859746; 766639, 3859776; 766669, 3859778; 
766667, 3859808; 766757, 3859813; 766755, 3859843; 766815, 3859847; 
766813, 3859877; 766963, 3859886; 766961, 3859916; 767230, 3859932; 
767229, 3859962; 767289, 3859965; 767287, 3859995; 767347, 3859999; 
767348, 3859969; 767408, 3859973; 767407, 3860002; 767496, 3860008; 
767495, 3860038; 767525, 3860040; 767523, 3860070; 767613, 3860075; 
767611, 3860105; 767760, 3860114; 767762, 3860084; 767822, 3860088; 
767815, 3860207; 767845, 3860209; 767841, 3860269; 767840, 3860299; 
767810, 3860297; 767801, 3860447; 767861, 3860450; 767859, 3860480; 
767889, 3860482; 767887, 3860512; 767917, 3860514; 767910, 3860634; 
767940, 3860635; 767947, 3860516; 767977, 3860517; 767978, 3860488; 
768188, 3860500; 768186, 3860530; 768246, 3860534; 768244, 3860564; 
768274, 3860565; 768273, 3860595; 768302, 3860597; 768301, 3860627; 
768331, 3860629; 768327, 3860689; 768357, 3860691; 768355, 3860720; 
768625, 3860737; 768626, 3860707; 768656, 3860708; 768658, 3860679; 
768688, 3860680; 768690, 3860650; 768720, 3860652; 768722, 3860622; 
768752, 3860624; 768755, 3860564; 768785, 3860566; 768789, 3860506; 
768819, 3860508; 768822, 3860448; 768852, 3860450; 768856, 3860390; 
768886, 3860392; 768888, 3860362; 768918, 3860364; 768919, 3860334; 
768949, 3860335; 768951, 3860305; 769071, 3860313; 769069, 3860343; 
769099, 3860344; 769097, 3860374; 769127, 3860376; 769125, 3860406; 
769155, 3860408; 769153, 3860438; 769183, 3860440; 769187, 3860380; 
769217, 3860381; 769226, 3860232; 769256, 3860234; 769259, 3860174; 
769289, 3860175; 769297, 3860056; 769327, 3860057; 769325, 3860087; 
769385, 3860091; 769381, 3860151; 769441, 3860154; 769439, 3860184; 
769469, 3860186; 769467, 3860216; 769497, 3860218; 769495, 3860248; 
769705, 3860260; 769703, 3860290; 769853, 3860299; 769855, 3860269; 
769915, 3860273; 769916, 3860243; 769976, 3860247; 769978, 3860217; 
770008, 3860219; 770010, 3860189; 770040, 3860190; 770042, 3860160; 
770221, 3860171; 770219, 3860201; 770249, 3860203; 770309, 3860207; 
770311, 3860177; 770461, 3860186; 770463, 3860156; 770493, 3860157; 
770496, 3860098; 770526, 3860099; 770528, 3860069; 770558, 3860071; 
770560, 3860041; 770620, 3860045; 770621, 3860015; 770711, 3860020; 
770713, 3859990; 770773, 3859994; 770775, 3859964; 770805, 3859966; 
770806, 3859936; 770896, 3859941; 770898, 3859911; 770958, 3859915; 
770960, 3859885; 771289, 3859905; 771291, 3859875; 771351, 3859878; 
771353, 3859848; 771412, 3859852; 771414, 3859822; 771444, 3859824; 
771446, 3859794; 771506, 3859797; 771508, 3859767; 771538, 3859769; 
771539, 3859739; 771599, 3859743; 771601, 3859713; 771691, 3859718; 
771695, 3859658; 771724, 3859660; 771726, 3859630; 771756, 3859632; 
771758, 3859602; 771788, 3859604; 771790, 3859574; 771850, 3859578; 
771851, 3859548; 771911, 3859551; 771913, 3859521; 771943, 3859523; 
771945, 3859493; 771975, 3859495; 771977, 3859465; 772007, 3859467; 
772014, 3859347; 772044, 3859349; 772049, 3859259; 772079, 3859261; 
772083, 3859201; 772053, 3859199; 772054, 3859169; 772084, 3859171; 
772093, 3859021; 772123, 3859023; 772125, 3858993; 772155, 3858995; 
772157, 3858965; 772217, 3858969; 772213, 3859028; 772243, 3859030; 
772241, 3859060; 772331, 3859066; 772329, 3859095; 772359, 3859097; 
772361, 3859067; 772421, 3859071; 772423, 3859041; 772483, 3859045; 
772484, 3859015; 772514, 3859016; 772513, 3859046; 772662, 3859055; 
772661, 3859085; 772720, 3859089; 772719, 3859119; 772749, 3859121; 
772747, 3859151; 772777, 3859152; 772782, 3859062; 772752, 3859061; 
772756, 3859001; 772759, 3858941; 772789, 3858943; 772793, 3858883; 
772853, 3858886; 772855, 3858856; 772944, 3858862; 772946, 3858832; 
773006, 3858835; 773008, 3858806; 773068, 3858809; 773070, 3858779; 
773129, 3858783; 773131, 3858753; 773191, 3858756; 773193, 3858726; 
773253, 3858730; 773255, 3858700; 773315, 3858704; 773316, 3858674; 
773436, 3858681; 773438, 3858651; 773618, 3858662; 773619, 3858632; 
773649, 3858634; 773651, 3858604; 773741, 3858609; 773743, 3858579; 
773773, 3858581; 773774, 3858551; 773834, 3858555; 773836, 3858525;

[[Page 7329]]

773896, 3858528; 773898, 3858498; 773928, 3858500; 773935, 3858380; 
773965, 3858382; 773970, 3858292; 774000, 3858294; 774007, 3858174; 
774037, 3858176; 774039, 3858146; 774099, 3858150; 774097, 3858180; 
774187, 3858185; 774189, 3858155; 774249, 3858159; 774251, 3858129; 
774368, 3858136; 774368, 3858136; returning to 774369, 3858136; thence 
from 120 degrees West Longitude at UTM zone 11, NAD83 y coordinate 
3857806; land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 225627, 
3857806; 225636, 3858106; 225693, 3858106; 225693, 3858136; 225723, 
3858136; 225723, 3858166; 225873, 3858166; 225873, 3858136; 225993, 
3858136; 225993, 3858106; 226053, 3858106; 226053, 3858076; 226413, 
3858076; 226413, 3858106; 226473, 3858106; 226473, 3858076; 226533, 
3858076; 226533, 3858046; 226593, 3858046; 226593, 3858016; 226833, 
3858016; 226833, 3858046; 226893, 3858046; 226893, 3858016; 226953, 
3858016; 226953, 3857986; 226983, 3857986; 226983, 3857956; 227013, 
3857956; 227013, 3857926; 227343, 3857926; 227343, 3857956; 227433, 
3857956; 227433, 3857986; 227703, 3857986; 227703, 3858016; 227733, 
3858016; 227733, 3857986; 227763, 3857986; 227763, 3858016; 227823, 
3858016; 227823, 3858046; 227913, 3858046; 227913, 3858076; 227973, 
3858076; 227973, 3858106; 228033, 3858106; 228033, 3858136; 228093, 
3858136; 228093, 3858166; 228183, 3858166; 228183, 3858196; 228213, 
3858196; 228213, 3858226; 228303, 3858226; 228303, 3858256; 228363, 
3858256; 228363, 3858226; 228393, 3858226; 228393, 3858196; 228453, 
3858196; 228453, 3858166; 228603, 3858166; 228603, 3858106; 228573, 
3858106; 228573, 3858016; 228603, 3858016; 228603, 3857986; 228753, 
3857986; 228753, 3858016; 228813, 3858016; 228813, 3857986; 228843, 
3857986; 228843, 3858016; 229023, 3858016; 229023, 3858046; 229053, 
3858046; 229053, 3858076; 229083, 3858076; 229083, 3858046; 229173, 
3858046; 229173, 3858076; 229203, 3858076; 229203, 3858106; 229323, 
3858106; 229323, 3858136; 229353, 3858136; 229353, 3858196; 229473, 
3858196; 229473, 3858226; 229563, 3858226; 229563, 3858256; 229623, 
3858256; 229623, 3858286; 229713, 3858286; 229713, 3858256; 229743, 
3858256; 229743, 3858226; 229773, 3858226; 229773, 3858196; 229803, 
3858196; 229803, 3858166; 229893, 3858166; 229893, 3858226; 229923, 
3858226; 229923, 3858256; 229953, 3858256; 229953, 3858286; 229983, 
3858286; 229983, 3858316; 230013, 3858316; 230013, 3858346; 230043, 
3858346; 230043, 3858376; 230103, 3858376; 230103, 3858406; 230163, 
3858406; 230163, 3858436; 230223, 3858436; 230223, 3858466; 230253, 
3858466; 230253, 3858436; 230283, 3858436; 230283, 3858406; 230373, 
3858406; 230373, 3858526; 230343, 3858526; 230343, 3858556; 230313, 
3858556; 230313, 3858706; 230343, 3858706; 230343, 3858766; 230373, 
3858766; 230373, 3858796; 230403, 3858796; 230403, 3858856; 230433, 
3858856; 230433, 3858886; 230493, 3858886; 230493, 3858916; 230523, 
3858916; 230523, 3858946; 230553, 3858946; 230553, 3858976; 230583, 
3858976; 230583, 3859006; 230613, 3859006; 230613, 3859036; 230583, 
3859036; 230583, 3859126; 230613, 3859126; 230613, 3859216; 230643, 
3859216; 230643, 3859276; 230613, 3859276; 230613, 3859366; 230583, 
3859366; 230583, 3859546; 230613, 3859546; 230613, 3859516; 230643, 
3859516; 230643, 3859486; 230733, 3859486; 230733, 3859516; 230763, 
3859516; 230763, 3859546; 230793, 3859546; 230793, 3859606; 230823, 
3859606; 230823, 3859696; 230793, 3859696; 230793, 3859756; 230763, 
3859756; 230763, 3859816; 230793, 3859816; 230793, 3859876; 230823, 
3859876; 230823, 3859906; 230913, 3859906; 230913, 3859936; 230973, 
3859936; 230973, 3859906; 231033, 3859906; 231033, 3859876; 231063, 
3859876; 231063, 3859846; 231213, 3859846; 231213, 3859876; 231273, 
3859876; 231273, 3859906; 231303, 3859906; 231303, 3859936; 231393, 
3859936; 231393, 3859906; 231423, 3859906; 231423, 3859876; 231453, 
3859876; 231453, 3859906; 231483, 3859906; 231483, 3859966; 231513, 
3859966; 231513, 3859996; 231543, 3859996; 231543, 3860026; 231573, 
3860026; 231573, 3860056; 231633, 3860056; 231633, 3860086; 231663, 
3860086; 231663, 3860116; 231693, 3860116; 231693, 3860146; 231783, 
3860146; 231783, 3860176; 231813, 3860176; 231813, 3860206; 231903, 
3860206; 231903, 3860236; 231933, 3860236; 231933, 3860206; 231963, 
3860206; 231963, 3860176; 231993, 3860176; 231993, 3860146; 232023, 
3860146; 232023, 3860056; 232053, 3860056; 232053, 3860026; 232083, 
3860026; 232083, 3859906; 232173, 3859906; 232173, 3859876; 232263, 
3859876; 232263, 3859816; 232293, 3859816; 232293, 3859786; 232323, 
3859786; 232323, 3859756; 232353, 3859756; 232353, 3859726; 232383, 
3859726; 232383, 3859666; 232413, 3859666; 232413, 3859576; 232443, 
3859576; 232443, 3859516; 232473, 3859516; 232473, 3859396; 232503, 
3859396; 232503, 3859366; 232533, 3859366; 232533, 3859336; 232563, 
3859336; 232563, 3859186; 232533, 3859186; 232533, 3859096; 232713, 
3859096; 232713, 3859066; 232743, 3859066; 232743, 3859036; 232773, 
3859036; 232773, 3858856; 232893, 3858856; 232893, 3858886; 232923, 
3858886; 232923, 3858916; 232953, 3858916; 232953, 3858856; 232983, 
3858856; 232983, 3858886; 233013, 3858886; 233013, 3858856; 233193, 
3858856; 233193, 3858826; 233223, 3858826; 233223, 3858766; 233253, 
3858766; 233253, 3858736; 233343, 3858736; 233343, 3858766; 233373, 
3858766; 233373, 3858796; 233403, 3858796; 233403, 3858826; 233433, 
3858826; 233433, 3858856; 233463, 3858856; 233463, 3858886; 233553, 
3858886; 233553, 3858916; 233643, 3858916; 233643, 3858946; 233673, 
3858946; 233673, 3858916; 233733, 3858916; 233733, 3858946; 233853, 
3858946; 233853, 3858916; 233883, 3858916; 233883, 3858886; 233853, 
3858886; 233853, 3858826; 233913, 3858826; 233913, 3858796; 233943, 
3858796; 233943, 3858676; 234003, 3858676; 234003, 3858706; 234033, 
3858706; 234033, 3858736; 234063, 3858736; 234063, 3858706; 234093, 
3858706; 234093, 3858676; 234123, 3858676; 234123, 3858616; 234153, 
3858616; 234153, 3858556; 234093, 3858556; 234093, 3858496; 234123, 
3858496; 234123, 3858466; 234153, 3858466; 234153, 3858376; 234183, 
3858376; 234183, 3858346; 234213, 3858346; 234213, 3858316; 234273, 
3858316; 234273, 3858346; 234333, 3858346; 234333, 3858376; 234363, 
3858376; 234363, 3858406; 234393, 3858406; 234393, 3858466; 234423, 
3858466; 234423, 3858496; 234573, 3858496; 234573, 3858526; 234603, 
3858526; 234603, 3858556; 234633, 3858556; 234633, 3858586; 234693, 
3858586; 234693, 3858556; 234813, 3858556; 234813, 3858526; 234903, 
3858526; 234903, 3858496; 234963, 3858496; 234963, 3858376; 234993, 
3858376; 234993, 3858346; 235023, 3858346; 235023, 3858316; 235083, 
3858316; 235083, 3858286; 235113, 3858286; 235113, 3858256; 235143, 
3858256; 235143, 3858226; 235173, 3858226; 235173, 3858196; 235263, 
3858196; 235263, 3858166; 235293, 3858166; 235293, 3858136; 235323, 
3858136; 235323, 3858166; 235443, 3858166; 235443, 3858046; 235533, 
3858046; 235533, 3858016; 235593, 3858016; 235593, 3857986; 235653, 
3857986; 235653, 3858016; 235743, 3858016; 235743, 3858046; 235773,

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3858046; 235773, 3858076; 235803, 3858076; 235803, 3858106; 235893, 
3858106; 235893, 3858136; 235953, 3858136; 235953, 3858166; 235983, 
3858166; 235983, 3858136; 236193, 3858136; 236193, 3858106; 236253, 
3858106; 236253, 3858016; 236283, 3858016; 236283, 3857926; 236253, 
3857926; 236253, 3857836; 236283, 3857836; 236283, 3857806; 236313, 
3857806; 236313, 3857716; 236343, 3857716; 236343, 3857746; 236403, 
3857746; 236403, 3857776; 236493, 3857776; 236493, 3857746; 236553, 
3857746; 236553, 3857776; 236643, 3857776; 236643, 3857746; 236703, 
3857746; 236703, 3857716; 236793, 3857716; 236793, 3857686; 236823, 
3857686; 236823, 3857656; 236853, 3857656; 236853, 3857626; 236973, 
3857626; 236973, 3857596; 237033, 3857596; 237033, 3857626; 237063, 
3857626; 237063, 3857656; 237093, 3857656; 237093, 3857746; 237123, 
3857746; 237123, 3857776; 237153, 3857776; 237153, 3857806; 237183, 
3857806; 237183, 3857836; 237213, 3857836; 237213, 3857896; 237243, 
3857896; 237243, 3857866; 237273, 3857866; 237273, 3857806; 237303, 
3857806; 237303, 3857776; 237333, 3857776; 237333, 3857716; 237423, 
3857716; 237423, 3857686; 237453, 3857686; 237453, 3857656; 237543, 
3857656; 237543, 3857596; 237513, 3857596; 237513, 3857566; 237543, 
3857566; 237543, 3857536; 237573, 3857536; 237573, 3857506; 237603, 
3857506; 237603, 3857416; 237633, 3857416; 237633, 3857356; 237663, 
3857356; 237663, 3857326; 237843, 3857326; 237843, 3857296; 237903, 
3857296; 237903, 3857266; 237933, 3857266; 237933, 3857296; 237993, 
3857296; 237993, 3857326; 238053, 3857326; 238053, 3857296; 238083, 
3857296; 238083, 3857236; 238143, 3857236; 238143, 3857206; 238203, 
3857206; 238203, 3857176; 238383, 3857176; 238383, 3857206; 238413, 
3857206; 238413, 3857176; 238803, 3857176; 238803, 3857206; 238863, 
3857206; 238863, 3857146; 238893, 3857146; 238893, 3857116; 239013, 
3857116; 239013, 3857086; 239073, 3857086; 239073, 3857056; 239133, 
3857056; 239133, 3857026; 239163, 3857026; 239163, 3856996; 239193, 
3856996; 239193, 3856906; 239223, 3856906; 239223, 3856876; 239283, 
3856876; 239283, 3856846; 239313, 3856846; 239313, 3856816; 239373, 
3856816; 239373, 3856846; 239433, 3856846; 239433, 3856876; 239493, 
3856876; 239493, 3856906; 239523, 3856906; 239523, 3856816; 239553, 
3856816; 239553, 3856786; 239583, 3856786; 239583, 3856726; 239613, 
3856726; 239613, 3856666; 239643, 3856666; 239643, 3856636; 239673, 
3856636; 239673, 3856606; 239703, 3856606; 239703, 3856576; 239733, 
3856576; 239733, 3856546; 239763, 3856546; 239763, 3856456; 239793, 
3856456; 239793, 3856426; 239823, 3856426; 239823, 3856396; 239883, 
3856396; 239883, 3856336; 239913, 3856336; 239913, 3856306; 239973, 
3856306; 239973, 3856276; 240063, 3856276; 240063, 3856306; 240093, 
3856306; 240093, 3856336; 240123, 3856336; 240123, 3856396; 240153, 
3856396; 240153, 3856426; 240273, 3856426; 240273, 3856396; 240243, 
3856396; 240243, 3856366; 240213, 3856366; 240213, 3856336; 240243, 
3856336; 240243, 3856306; 240273, 3856306; 240273, 3856276; 240333, 
3856276; 240333, 3856246; 240393, 3856246; 240393, 3856216; 240453, 
3856216; 240453, 3856186; 240483, 3856186; 240483, 3856156; 240513, 
3856156; 240513, 3856096; 240543, 3856096; 240543, 3856066; 240513, 
3856066; 240513, 3856006; 240543, 3856006; 240543, 3855976; 240573, 
3855976; 240573, 3856006; 240603, 3856006; 240603, 3856096; 240633, 
3856096; 240633, 3856186; 240663, 3856186; 240663, 3856246; 240693, 
3856246; 240693, 3856276; 240753, 3856276; 240753, 3856306; 240783, 
3856306; 240783, 3856336; 240843, 3856336; 240843, 3856366; 240903, 
3856366; 240903, 3856336; 240963, 3856336; 240963, 3856306; 241023, 
3856306; 241023, 3856276; 241053, 3856276; 241053, 3856156; 241023, 
3856156; 241023, 3856006; 241083, 3856006; 241083, 3855976; 241293, 
3855976; 241293, 3855946; 241353, 3855946; 241353, 3855916; 241383, 
3855916; 241383, 3855946; 241443, 3855946; 241443, 3855976; 241563, 
3855976; 241563, 3855946; 241623, 3855946; 241623, 3855916; 241653, 
3855916; 241653, 3855886; 241683, 3855886; 241683, 3855856; 241713, 
3855856; 241713, 3855826; 241743, 3855826; 241743, 3855796; 241773, 
3855796; 241773, 3855826; 241803, 3855826; 241803, 3855856; 241833, 
3855856; 241833, 3855886; 241863, 3855886; 241863, 3855916; 241923, 
3855916; 241923, 3855946; 242043, 3855946; 242043, 3855916; 242133, 
3855916; 242133, 3855886; 242253, 3855886; 242253, 3855856; 242283, 
3855856; 242283, 3855826; 242343, 3855826; 242343, 3855796; 242373, 
3855796; 242373, 3855766; 242403, 3855766; 242403, 3855736; 242433, 
3855736; 242433, 3855706; 242463, 3855706; 242463, 3855676; 242493, 
3855676; 242493, 3855646; 242643, 3855646; 242643, 3855556; 242703, 
3855556; 242703, 3855526; 242733, 3855526; 242733, 3855496; 242763, 
3855496; 242763, 3855466; 242883, 3855466; 242883, 3855436; 242973, 
3855436; 242973, 3855466; 243003, 3855466; 243003, 3855436; 243063, 
3855436; 243063, 3855406; 243243, 3855406; 243243, 3855436; 243303, 
3855436; 243303, 3855406; 243393, 3855406; 243393, 3855436; 243423, 
3855436; 243423, 3855466; 243453, 3855466; 243453, 3855256; 243423, 
3855256; 243423, 3855166; 243393, 3855166; 243393, 3855136; 243363, 
3855136; 243363, 3855106; 243393, 3855106; 243393, 3855016; 243483, 
3855016; 243483, 3854986; 243573, 3854986; 243573, 3854956; 243603, 
3854956; 243603, 3854926; 243633, 3854926; 243633, 3854776; 243603, 
3854776; 243603, 3854836; 243543, 3854836; 243543, 3854866; 243483, 
3854866; 243483, 3854836; 243393, 3854836; 243393, 3854806; 243303, 
3854806; 243303, 3854836; 243243, 3854836; 243243, 3854866; 243183, 
3854866; 243183, 3854896; 243123, 3854896; 243123, 3855076; 243153, 
3855076; 243153, 3855196; 243123, 3855196; 243123, 3855226; 242853, 
3855226; 242853, 3855256; 242793, 3855256; 242793, 3855286; 242733, 
3855286; 242733, 3855316; 242643, 3855316; 242643, 3855346; 242613, 
3855346; 242613, 3855376; 242583, 3855376; 242583, 3855406; 242523, 
3855406; 242523, 3855436; 242463, 3855436; 242463, 3855466; 242403, 
3855466; 242403, 3855496; 242343, 3855496; 242343, 3855526; 242283, 
3855526; 242283, 3855556; 242253, 3855556; 242253, 3855586; 242223, 
3855586; 242223, 3855616; 242163, 3855616; 242163, 3855646; 242103, 
3855646; 242103, 3855676; 241983, 3855676; 241983, 3855646; 241953, 
3855646; 241953, 3855616; 241923, 3855616; 241923, 3855556; 241863, 
3855556; 241863, 3855526; 241833, 3855526; 241833, 3855496; 241713, 
3855496; 241713, 3855526; 241653, 3855526; 241653, 3855586; 241623, 
3855586; 241623, 3855616; 241593, 3855616; 241593, 3855646; 241563, 
3855646; 241563, 3855676; 241533, 3855676; 241533, 3855706; 241173, 
3855706; 241173, 3855796; 241083, 3855796; 241083, 3855826; 240993, 
3855826; 240993, 3855856; 240963, 3855856; 240963, 3855886; 240903, 
3855886; 240903, 3855946; 240873, 3855946; 240873, 3856066; 240753, 
3856066; 240753, 3856006; 240723, 3856006; 240723, 3855976; 240693, 
3855976; 240693, 3855886; 240663, 3855886; 240663, 3855796; 240633, 
3855796; 240633, 3855736; 240663, 3855736; 240663, 3855706; 240693,

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3855706; 240693, 3855616; 240663, 3855616; 240663, 3855586; 240633, 
3855586; 240633, 3855556; 240603, 3855556; 240603, 3855646; 240573, 
3855646; 240573, 3855676; 240543, 3855676; 240543, 3855706; 240453, 
3855706; 240453, 3855736; 240423, 3855736; 240423, 3855796; 240393, 
3855796; 240393, 3855856; 240363, 3855856; 240363, 3855886; 240303, 
3855886; 240303, 3856006; 240273, 3856006; 240273, 3856036; 240243, 
3856036; 240243, 3856066; 240183, 3856066; 240183, 3856096; 239943, 
3856096; 239943, 3856156; 239883, 3856156; 239883, 3856186; 239853, 
3856186; 239853, 3856216; 239823, 3856216; 239823, 3856246; 239793, 
3856246; 239793, 3856276; 239763, 3856276; 239763, 3856306; 239733, 
3856306; 239733, 3856336; 239673, 3856336; 239673, 3856366; 239643, 
3856366; 239643, 3856396; 239613, 3856396; 239613, 3856426; 239583, 
3856426; 239583, 3856396; 239553, 3856396; 239553, 3856426; 239493, 
3856426; 239493, 3856456; 239433, 3856456; 239433, 3856636; 239313, 
3856636; 239313, 3856666; 239223, 3856666; 239223, 3856696; 239163, 
3856696; 239163, 3856726; 239133, 3856726; 239133, 3856756; 239103, 
3856756; 239103, 3856786; 239073, 3856786; 239073, 3856816; 239043, 
3856816; 239043, 3856846; 239013, 3856846; 239013, 3856876; 238863, 
3856876; 238863, 3856906; 238803, 3856906; 238803, 3856936; 238743, 
3856936; 238743, 3856966; 238683, 3856966; 238683, 3856996; 238623, 
3856996; 238623, 3857026; 238593, 3857026; 238593, 3856996; 238533, 
3856996; 238533, 3856966; 238473, 3856966; 238473, 3856936; 238263, 
3856936; 238263, 3856966; 238173, 3856966; 238173, 3856996; 238113, 
3856996; 238113, 3857026; 238083, 3857026; 238083, 3857056; 238053, 
3857056; 238053, 3857086; 237843, 3857086; 237843, 3857116; 237543, 
3857116; 237543, 3857146; 237483, 3857146; 237483, 3857176; 237453, 
3857176; 237453, 3857206; 237423, 3857206; 237423, 3857296; 237393, 
3857296; 237393, 3857416; 237423, 3857416; 237423, 3857476; 237393, 
3857476; 237393, 3857536; 237363, 3857536; 237363, 3857566; 237333, 
3857566; 237333, 3857596; 237243, 3857596; 237243, 3857506; 237213, 
3857506; 237213, 3857476; 237183, 3857476; 237183, 3857446; 237153, 
3857446; 237153, 3857416; 237123, 3857416; 237123, 3857386; 236883, 
3857386; 236883, 3857416; 236823, 3857416; 236823, 3857446; 236763, 
3857446; 236763, 3857476; 236643, 3857476; 236643, 3857506; 236133, 
3857506; 236133, 3857536; 236043, 3857536; 236043, 3857566; 235983, 
3857566; 235983, 3857596; 235953, 3857596; 235953, 3857686; 235983, 
3857686; 235983, 3857746; 236013, 3857746; 236013, 3857776; 235983, 
3857776; 235983, 3857836; 235893, 3857836; 235893, 3857806; 235863, 
3857806; 235863, 3857776; 235833, 3857776; 235833, 3857716; 235803, 
3857716; 235803, 3857656; 235773, 3857656; 235773, 3857746; 235743, 
3857746; 235743, 3857776; 235713, 3857776; 235713, 3857806; 235443, 
3857806; 235443, 3857836; 235383, 3857836; 235383, 3857866; 235293, 
3857866; 235293, 3857896; 235263, 3857896; 235263, 3857926; 235203, 
3857926; 235203, 3857956; 235113, 3857956; 235113, 3857986; 235083, 
3857986; 235083, 3858016; 235023, 3858016; 235023, 3858046; 234963, 
3858046; 234963, 3858076; 234933, 3858076; 234933, 3858106; 234903, 
3858106; 234903, 3858136; 234873, 3858136; 234873, 3858166; 234813, 
3858166; 234813, 3858196; 234783, 3858196; 234783, 3858226; 234663, 
3858226; 234663, 3858196; 234573, 3858196; 234573, 3858226; 234543, 
3858226; 234543, 3858196; 234513, 3858196; 234513, 3858166; 234483, 
3858166; 234483, 3858106; 234453, 3858106; 234453, 3858016; 234423, 
3858016; 234423, 3857986; 234393, 3857986; 234393, 3857956; 234273, 
3857956; 234273, 3857926; 234183, 3857926; 234183, 3857986; 234153, 
3857986; 234153, 3858046; 234123, 3858046; 234123, 3858106; 234093, 
3858106; 234093, 3858196; 234063, 3858196; 234063, 3858226; 234033, 
3858226; 234033, 3858256; 234003, 3858256; 234003, 3858286; 233973, 
3858286; 233973, 3858316; 233943, 3858316; 233943, 3858346; 233883, 
3858346; 233883, 3858376; 233853, 3858376; 233853, 3858436; 233823, 
3858436; 233823, 3858526; 233793, 3858526; 233793, 3858556; 233733, 
3858556; 233733, 3858586; 233523, 3858586; 233523, 3858556; 233463, 
3858556; 233463, 3858526; 233433, 3858526; 233433, 3858496; 233403, 
3858496; 233403, 3858466; 233373, 3858466; 233373, 3858436; 233343, 
3858436; 233343, 3858376; 233283, 3858376; 233283, 3858346; 233253, 
3858346; 233253, 3858376; 233163, 3858376; 233163, 3858406; 233103, 
3858406; 233103, 3858436; 233073, 3858436; 233073, 3858466; 233043, 
3858466; 233043, 3858496; 233013, 3858496; 233013, 3858526; 232863, 
3858526; 232863, 3858496; 232713, 3858496; 232713, 3858526; 232623, 
3858526; 232623, 3858556; 232593, 3858556; 232593, 3858586; 232533, 
3858586; 232533, 3858616; 232503, 3858616; 232503, 3858736; 232473, 
3858736; 232473, 3858766; 232443, 3858766; 232443, 3858826; 232473, 
3858826; 232473, 3858886; 232443, 3858886; 232443, 3858916; 232413, 
3858916; 232413, 3858976; 232383, 3858976; 232383, 3859126; 232353, 
3859126; 232353, 3859366; 232323, 3859366; 232323, 3859456; 232293, 
3859456; 232293, 3859546; 232233, 3859546; 232233, 3859576; 232203, 
3859576; 232203, 3859606; 232113, 3859606; 232113, 3859636; 232053, 
3859636; 232053, 3859666; 231993, 3859666; 231993, 3859696; 231963, 
3859696; 231963, 3859756; 231933, 3859756; 231933, 3859816; 231903, 
3859816; 231903, 3859846; 231873, 3859846; 231873, 3859906; 231843, 
3859906; 231843, 3859936; 231813, 3859936; 231813, 3859906; 231723, 
3859906; 231723, 3859876; 231693, 3859876; 231693, 3859846; 231663, 
3859846; 231663, 3859816; 231603, 3859816; 231603, 3859786; 231573, 
3859786; 231573, 3859756; 231543, 3859756; 231543, 3859726; 231453, 
3859726; 231453, 3859696; 231123, 3859696; 231123, 3859666; 231033, 
3859666; 231033, 3859636; 231003, 3859636; 231003, 3859546; 230973, 
3859546; 230973, 3859486; 230943, 3859486; 230943, 3859456; 230913, 
3859456; 230913, 3859426; 230883, 3859426; 230883, 3859366; 230853, 
3859366; 230853, 3859276; 230883, 3859276; 230883, 3859246; 230943, 
3859246; 230943, 3859066; 230883, 3859066; 230883, 3859006; 230853, 
3859006; 230853, 3858976; 230823, 3858976; 230823, 3858916; 230793, 
3858916; 230793, 3858856; 230763, 3858856; 230763, 3858826; 230733, 
3858826; 230733, 3858796; 230703, 3858796; 230703, 3858736; 230643, 
3858736; 230643, 3858706; 230613, 3858706; 230613, 3858676; 230583, 
3858676; 230583, 3858646; 230613, 3858646; 230613, 3858616; 230643, 
3858616; 230643, 3858586; 230703, 3858586; 230703, 3858556; 230733, 
3858556; 230733, 3858526; 230763, 3858526; 230763, 3858496; 230793, 
3858496; 230793, 3858376; 230763, 3858376; 230763, 3858346; 230703, 
3858346; 230703, 3858316; 230673, 3858316; 230673, 3858256; 230613, 
3858256; 230613, 3858226; 230553, 3858226; 230553, 3858196; 230523, 
3858196; 230523, 3858166; 230463, 3858166; 230463, 3858136; 230223, 
3858136; 230223, 3858106; 230163, 3858106; 230163, 3858016; 230133, 
3858016; 230133, 3857986; 230013, 3857986; 230013, 3857956; 229983, 
3857956; 229983, 3857926; 229893, 3857926; 229893, 3857956; 229833,

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3857956; 229833, 3857986; 229743, 3857986; 229743, 3858016; 229683, 
3858016; 229683, 3858046; 229593, 3858046; 229593, 3858016; 229563, 
3858016; 229563, 3857986; 229533, 3857986; 229533, 3857956; 229443, 
3857956; 229443, 3857926; 229383, 3857926; 229383, 3857896; 229353, 
3857896; 229353, 3857866; 229323, 3857866; 229323, 3857836; 229293, 
3857836; 229293, 3857806; 229233, 3857806; 229233, 3857776; 229083, 
3857776; 229083, 3857746; 228993, 3857746; 228993, 3857776; 228513, 
3857776; 228513, 3857806; 228483, 3857806; 228483, 3857836; 228423, 
3857836; 228423, 3857866; 228393, 3857866; 228393, 3857896; 228303, 
3857896; 228303, 3857866; 228273, 3857866; 228273, 3857836; 228243, 
3857836; 228243, 3857866; 228063, 3857866; 228063, 3857836; 228033, 
3857836; 228033, 3857776; 228003, 3857776; 228003, 3857746; 227973, 
3857746; 227973, 3857716; 227943, 3857716; 227943, 3857686; 227913, 
3857686; 227913, 3857656; 227883, 3857656; 227883, 3857596; 227853, 
3857596; 227853, 3857566; 227823, 3857566; 227823, 3857536; 227643, 
3857536; 227643, 3857566; 227523, 3857566; 227523, 3857596; 227223, 
3857596; 227223, 3857626; 226863, 3857626; 226863, 3857656; 226683, 
3857656; 226683, 3857626; 226653, 3857626; 226653, 3857656; 226623, 
3857656; 226623, 3857686; 226593, 3857686; 226593, 3857716; 226623, 
3857716; 226623, 3857746; 226593, 3857746; 226593, 3857776; 226563, 
3857776; 226563, 3857806; 226533, 3857806; 226533, 3857776; 226413, 
3857776; 226413, 3857746; 226263, 3857746; 226263, 3857716; 226233, 
3857716; 226233, 3857686; 226203, 3857686; 226203, 3857656; 226173, 
3857656; 226173, 3857596; 226113, 3857596; 226113, 3857566; 226083, 
3857566; 226083, 3857506; 226053, 3857506; 226053, 3857446; 225963, 
3857446; 225963, 3857476; 225903, 3857476; 225903, 3857506; 225843, 
3857506; 225843, 3857566; 225873, 3857566; 225873, 3857596; 225903, 
3857596; 225903, 3857746; 225873, 3857746; 225873, 3857776; 225843, 
3857776; 225843, 3857806; returning to 225627, 3857806.
    (ii) Note: Map of Unit 2 is provided at paragraph (8)(ii) of this 
entry.
    (8) Unit 3: Upper Santa Ynez River Basin, Santa Barbara County, 
California.
    (i) From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Little Pine Mtn., Hildreth 
Peak, and Carpinteria, land bounded by the following UTM coordinates 
(E, N): 262233, 3833176; 262233, 3833146; 262263, 3833146; 262263, 
3833116; 262293, 3833116; 262293, 3833086; 262323, 3833086; 262323, 
3833026; 262203, 3833026; 262203, 3832996; 262113, 3832996; 262113, 
3832966; 262083, 3832966; 262083, 3832936; 261963, 3832936; 261963, 
3832876; 261993, 3832876; 261993, 3832846; 261963, 3832846; 261963, 
3832786; 261993, 3832786; 261993, 3832666; 261933, 3832666; 261933, 
3832636; 261843, 3832636; 261843, 3832666; 261753, 3832666; 261753, 
3832636; 261723, 3832636; 261723, 3832576; 261753, 3832576; 261753, 
3832486; 261723, 3832486; 261723, 3832456; 261693, 3832456; 261693, 
3832426; 261663, 3832426; 261663, 3832396; 261693, 3832396; 261693, 
3832336; 261753, 3832336; 261753, 3832306; 261723, 3832306; 261723, 
3832276; 261663, 3832276; 261663, 3832246; 261633, 3832246; 261633, 
3832216; 261663, 3832216; 261663, 3832186; 261693, 3832186; 261693, 
3832066; 261663, 3832066; 261663, 3832006; 261633, 3832006; 261633, 
3831976; 261603, 3831976; 261603, 3831916; 261543, 3831916; 261543, 
3831886; 261513, 3831886; 261513, 3831916; 261393, 3831916; 261393, 
3831946; 261363, 3831946; 261363, 3831976; 261333, 3831976; 261333, 
3831856; 261363, 3831856; 261363, 3831706; 261333, 3831706; 261333, 
3831676; 261303, 3831676; 261303, 3831616; 261333, 3831616; 261333, 
3831556; 261213, 3831556; 261213, 3831496; 261183, 3831496; 261183, 
3831466; 261153, 3831466; 261153, 3831436; 261123, 3831436; 261123, 
3831376; 261063, 3831376; 261063, 3831346; 260973, 3831346; 260973, 
3831316; 260823, 3831316; 260823, 3831256; 260793, 3831256; 260793, 
3831226; 260823, 3831226; 260823, 3831196; 260853, 3831196; 260853, 
3831166; 260733, 3831166; 260733, 3831106; 260703, 3831106; 260703, 
3831046; 260583, 3831046; 260583, 3831016; 260523, 3831016; 260523, 
3830926; 260553, 3830926; 260553, 3830896; 260613, 3830896; 260613, 
3830866; 260643, 3830866; 260643, 3830806; 260673, 3830806; 260673, 
3830746; 260703, 3830746; 260703, 3830656; 260673, 3830656; 260673, 
3830596; 260643, 3830596; 260643, 3830536; 260613, 3830536; 260613, 
3830506; 260583, 3830506; 260583, 3830476; 260523, 3830476; 260523, 
3830416; 260493, 3830416; 260493, 3830356; 260523, 3830356; 260523, 
3830296; 260553, 3830296; 260553, 3830236; 260583, 3830236; 260583, 
3830206; 260553, 3830206; 260553, 3830176; 260583, 3830176; 260583, 
3830146; 260613, 3830146; 260613, 3830116; 260643, 3830116; 260643, 
3830086; 260673, 3830086; 260673, 3829996; 260553, 3829996; 260553, 
3829966; 260523, 3829966; 260523, 3829936; 260493, 3829936; 260493, 
3829876; 260523, 3829876; 260523, 3829786; 260493, 3829786; 260493, 
3829606; 260463, 3829606; 260463, 3829546; 260433, 3829546; 260433, 
3829516; 260403, 3829516; 260403, 3829486; 260373, 3829486; 260373, 
3829456; 260343, 3829456; 260343, 3829426; 260313, 3829426; 260313, 
3829246; 260343, 3829246; 260343, 3829216; 260373, 3829216; 260373, 
3829186; 260343, 3829186; 260343, 3829096; 260313, 3829096; 260313, 
3829066; 260283, 3829066; 260283, 3829036; 260253, 3829036; 260253, 
3829006; 260223, 3829006; 260223, 3828976; 260193, 3828976; 260193, 
3828946; 260163, 3828946; 260163, 3828796; 260193, 3828796; 260193, 
3828766; 260223, 3828766; 260223, 3828736; 260313, 3828736; 260313, 
3828676; 260343, 3828676; 260343, 3828616; 260373, 3828616; 260373, 
3828556; 260403, 3828556; 260403, 3828526; 260433, 3828526; 260433, 
3828496; 260523, 3828496; 260523, 3828466; 260643, 3828466; 260643, 
3828436; 260613, 3828436; 260613, 3828406; 260583, 3828406; 260583, 
3828376; 260403, 3828376; 260403, 3828346; 260253, 3828346; 260253, 
3828316; 260223, 3828316; 260223, 3828286; 260193, 3828286; 260193, 
3828256; 260163, 3828256; 260163, 3828196; 260193, 3828196; 260193, 
3828166; 260223, 3828166; 260223, 3828136; 260253, 3828136; 260253, 
3828046; 260283, 3828046; 260283, 3827986; 260253, 3827986; 260253, 
3827926; 260223, 3827926; 260223, 3827866; 260193, 3827866; 260193, 
3827806; 260253, 3827806; 260253, 3827776; 260343, 3827776; 260343, 
3827746; 260403, 3827746; 260403, 3827716; 260373, 3827716; 260373, 
3827686; 260343, 3827686; 260343, 3827566; 260313, 3827566; 260313, 
3827536; 260223, 3827536; 260223, 3827506; 260193, 3827506; 260193, 
3827476; 260163, 3827476; 260163, 3827356; 260133, 3827356; 260133, 
3827326; 260163, 3827326; 260163, 3827236; 260283, 3827236; 260283, 
3827206; 260253, 3827206; 260253, 3827176; 260223, 3827176; 260223, 
3827116; 260133, 3827116; 260133, 3827086; 260103, 3827086; 260103, 
3827056; 260073, 3827056; 260073, 3826936; 259983, 3826936; 259983, 
3826906; 259953, 3826906; 259953, 3826846; 259833, 3826846; 259833, 
3826816; 259803, 3826816; 259803, 3826786; 259773, 3826786; 259773, 
3826756; 259563, 3826756; 259563, 3826576; 259593, 3826576; 259593, 
3826546; 259623, 3826546; 259623, 3826516;

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259653, 3826516; 259653, 3826426; 259683, 3826426; 259683, 3826306; 
259623, 3826306; 259623, 3826276; 259563, 3826276; 259563, 3826246; 
259473, 3826246; 259473, 3826216; 259413, 3826216; 259413, 3825826; 
259443, 3825826; 259443, 3825796; 259413, 3825796; 259413, 3825766; 
259383, 3825766; 259383, 3825736; 259113, 3825736; 259113, 3825766; 
259053, 3825766; 259053, 3825796; 259023, 3825796; 259023, 3825826; 
258963, 3825826; 258963, 3825856; 258843, 3825856; 258843, 3825736; 
258873, 3825736; 258873, 3825706; 258903, 3825706; 258903, 3825676; 
259023, 3825676; 259023, 3825646; 259113, 3825646; 259113, 3825616; 
259143, 3825616; 259143, 3825586; 259173, 3825586; 259173, 3825526; 
259203, 3825526; 259203, 3825466; 259233, 3825466; 259233, 3825436; 
259293, 3825436; 259293, 3825376; 259323, 3825376; 259323, 3825346; 
259353, 3825346; 259353, 3825286; 259383, 3825286; 259383, 3825166; 
259353, 3825166; 259353, 3825106; 259323, 3825106; 259323, 3825076; 
259293, 3825076; 259293, 3825046; 259053, 3825046; 259053, 3825076; 
259023, 3825076; 259023, 3825046; 258783, 3825046; 258783, 3825076; 
258633, 3825076; 258633, 3825016; 258603, 3825016; 258603, 3824956; 
258633, 3824956; 258633, 3824896; 258663, 3824896; 258663, 3824866; 
258693, 3824866; 258693, 3824836; 258723, 3824836; 258723, 3824806; 
258753, 3824806; 258753, 3824776; 258813, 3824776; 258813, 3824746; 
258843, 3824746; 258843, 3824716; 258903, 3824716; 258903, 3824686; 
258933, 3824686; 258933, 3824656; 258963, 3824656; 258963, 3824626; 
258993, 3824626; 258993, 3824596; 258963, 3824596; 258963, 3824536; 
258933, 3824536; 258933, 3824416; 258903, 3824416; 258903, 3824266; 
258873, 3824266; 258873, 3824236; 258843, 3824236; 258843, 3824206; 
258813, 3824206; 258813, 3824296; 258753, 3824296; 258753, 3824326; 
258663, 3824326; 258663, 3824296; 258633, 3824296; 258633, 3824206; 
258603, 3824206; 258603, 3824176; 258633, 3824176; 258633, 3824086; 
258663, 3824086; 258663, 3824056; 258753, 3824056; 258753, 3823996; 
258783, 3823996; 258783, 3823876; 258843, 3823876; 258843, 3823846; 
258903, 3823846; 258903, 3823816; 258873, 3823816; 258873, 3823786; 
258903, 3823786; 258903, 3823756; 258933, 3823756; 258933, 3823726; 
258963, 3823726; 258963, 3823666; 258993, 3823666; 258993, 3823636; 
258963, 3823636; 258963, 3823546; 258993, 3823546; 258993, 3823366; 
259023, 3823366; 259023, 3823246; 258993, 3823246; 258993, 3823186; 
258963, 3823186; 258963, 3823156; 258903, 3823156; 258903, 3823126; 
258723, 3823126; 258723, 3823096; 258633, 3823096; 258633, 3823066; 
258513, 3823066; 258513, 3823036; 258483, 3823036; 258483, 3822886; 
258513, 3822886; 258513, 3822826; 258543, 3822826; 258543, 3822736; 
258423, 3822736; 258423, 3822706; 258393, 3822706; 258393, 3822646; 
258303, 3822646; 258303, 3822616; 258333, 3822616; 258333, 3822586; 
258303, 3822586; 258303, 3822526; 258333, 3822526; 258333, 3822466; 
258363, 3822466; 258363, 3822436; 258393, 3822436; 258393, 3822376; 
258453, 3822376; 258453, 3822346; 258483, 3822346; 258483, 3822316; 
258513, 3822316; 258513, 3822286; 258573, 3822286; 258573, 3822256; 
258603, 3822256; 258603, 3822226; 258633, 3822226; 258633, 3822196; 
258693, 3822196; 258693, 3822166; 258843, 3822166; 258843, 3822136; 
258963, 3822136; 258963, 3822166; 258993, 3822166; 258993, 3822136; 
259023, 3822136; 259023, 3822106; 259083, 3822106; 259083, 3822076; 
259113, 3822076; 259113, 3822016; 259173, 3822016; 259173, 3821986; 
259383, 3821986; 259383, 3821956; 259413, 3821956; 259413, 3821896; 
259443, 3821896; 259443, 3821926; 259503, 3821926; 259503, 3821956; 
259563, 3821956; 259563, 3821986; 259623, 3821986; 259623, 3822016; 
259653, 3822016; 259653, 3822046; 259683, 3822046; 259683, 3822076; 
259743, 3822076; 259743, 3822106; 259893, 3822106; 259893, 3822076; 
259923, 3822076; 259923, 3822016; 259953, 3822016; 259953, 3821986; 
259983, 3821986; 259983, 3821956; 260013, 3821956; 260013, 3821926; 
260043, 3821926; 260043, 3821866; 260073, 3821866; 260073, 3821836; 
260103, 3821836; 260103, 3821806; 260133, 3821806; 260133, 3821776; 
260223, 3821776; 260223, 3821806; 260253, 3821806; 260253, 3821836; 
260313, 3821836; 260313, 3821746; 260343, 3821746; 260343, 3821686; 
260493, 3821686; 260493, 3821716; 260643, 3821716; 260643, 3821746; 
260673, 3821746; 260673, 3821806; 260733, 3821806; 260733, 3821836; 
260793, 3821836; 260793, 3821866; 260823, 3821866; 260823, 3821896; 
260973, 3821896; 260973, 3821926; 261033, 3821926; 261033, 3821956; 
261063, 3821956; 261063, 3821986; 261093, 3821986; 261093, 3822016; 
261123, 3822016; 261123, 3822076; 261093, 3822076; 261093, 3822136; 
261153, 3822136; 261153, 3822166; 261273, 3822166; 261273, 3822196; 
261333, 3822196; 261333, 3822226; 261363, 3822226; 261363, 3822346; 
261393, 3822346; 261393, 3822316; 261453, 3822316; 261453, 3822286; 
261483, 3822286; 261483, 3822256; 261603, 3822256; 261603, 3822226; 
261813, 3822226; 261813, 3822196; 261873, 3822196; 261873, 3822226; 
261903, 3822226; 261903, 3822256; 261933, 3822256; 261933, 3822316; 
261963, 3822316; 261963, 3822376; 261993, 3822376; 261993, 3822406; 
262023, 3822406; 262023, 3822466; 262083, 3822466; 262083, 3822436; 
262113, 3822436; 262113, 3822376; 262143, 3822376; 262143, 3822346; 
262203, 3822346; 262203, 3822316; 262263, 3822316; 262263, 3822286; 
262293, 3822286; 262293, 3822256; 262323, 3822256; 262323, 3822226; 
262353, 3822226; 262353, 3822196; 262383, 3822196; 262383, 3822166; 
262413, 3822166; 262413, 3822136; 262533, 3822136; 262533, 3822196; 
262563, 3822196; 262563, 3822226; 262623, 3822226; 262623, 3822136; 
262653, 3822136; 262653, 3822046; 262683, 3822046; 262683, 3822016; 
262713, 3822016; 262713, 3822046; 262773, 3822046; 262773, 3822076; 
262803, 3822076; 262803, 3822106; 262863, 3822106; 262863, 3822076; 
263073, 3822076; 263073, 3822046; 263103, 3822046; 263103, 3822016; 
263133, 3822016; 263133, 3821956; 263163, 3821956; 263163, 3821926; 
263193, 3821926; 263193, 3821896; 263223, 3821896; 263223, 3821866; 
263253, 3821866; 263253, 3821896; 263283, 3821896; 263283, 3821986; 
263313, 3821986; 263313, 3822016; 263373, 3822016; 263373, 3822046; 
263433, 3822046; 263433, 3822076; 263463, 3822076; 263463, 3822106; 
263493, 3822106; 263493, 3822136; 263553, 3822136; 263553, 3822106; 
263523, 3822106; 263523, 3822046; 263493, 3822046; 263493, 3821896; 
263523, 3821896; 263523, 3821776; 263493, 3821776; 263493, 3821656; 
263523, 3821656; 263523, 3821596; 263553, 3821596; 263553, 3821506; 
263583, 3821506; 263583, 3821446; 263613, 3821446; 263613, 3821416; 
263643, 3821416; 263643, 3821356; 263673, 3821356; 263673, 3821326; 
263703, 3821326; 263703, 3821296; 263793, 3821296; 263793, 3821266; 
263823, 3821266; 263823, 3821206; 263853, 3821206; 263853, 3821176; 
263883, 3821176; 263883, 3821146; 263943, 3821146; 263943, 3821116; 
263973, 3821116; 263973, 3821086; 264033, 3821086; 264033, 3821116; 
264063, 3821116; 264063, 3821146; 264093, 3821146; 264093, 3821116; 
264123, 3821116; 264123, 3821086; 264153, 3821086; 264153, 3821026;

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264213, 3821026; 264213, 3820996; 264273, 3820996; 264273, 3821026; 
264363, 3821026; 264363, 3820996; 264393, 3820996; 264393, 3820966; 
264423, 3820966; 264423, 3820936; 264513, 3820936; 264513, 3820906; 
264573, 3820906; 264573, 3820876; 264633, 3820876; 264633, 3820846; 
264753, 3820846; 264753, 3820816; 264783, 3820816; 264783, 3820756; 
264813, 3820756; 264813, 3820666; 264843, 3820666; 264843, 3820606; 
264873, 3820606; 264873, 3820576; 264933, 3820576; 264933, 3820546; 
264963, 3820546; 264963, 3820486; 264933, 3820486; 264933, 3820456; 
264963, 3820456; 264963, 3820396; 264993, 3820396; 264993, 3820366; 
264963, 3820366; 264963, 3820336; 264933, 3820336; 264933, 3820156; 
264903, 3820156; 264903, 3820096; 264933, 3820096; 264933, 3820126; 
264963, 3820126; 264963, 3820096; 265233, 3820096; 265233, 3820066; 
265263, 3820066; 265263, 3820036; 265203, 3820036; 265203, 3819946; 
265233, 3819946; 265233, 3819916; 265293, 3819916; 265293, 3819976; 
265323, 3819976; 265323, 3820036; 265353, 3820036; 265353, 3820066; 
265383, 3820066; 265383, 3820096; 265443, 3820096; 265443, 3820126; 
265473, 3820126; 265473, 3820156; 265503, 3820156; 265503, 3820186; 
265533, 3820186; 265533, 3820216; 265563, 3820216; 265563, 3820186; 
265593, 3820186; 265593, 3820156; 265563, 3820156; 265563, 3820006; 
265593, 3820006; 265593, 3819976; 265623, 3819976; 265623, 3819946; 
265653, 3819946; 265653, 3819916; 265683, 3819916; 265683, 3819826; 
265653, 3819826; 265653, 3819796; 265623, 3819796; 265623, 3819766; 
265563, 3819766; 265563, 3819736; 265533, 3819736; 265533, 3819706; 
265503, 3819706; 265503, 3819676; 265473, 3819676; 265473, 3819646; 
265533, 3819646; 265533, 3819616; 265563, 3819616; 265563, 3819586; 
265623, 3819586; 265623, 3819616; 265683, 3819616; 265683, 3819646; 
265713, 3819646; 265713, 3819676; 265773, 3819676; 265773, 3819706; 
265833, 3819706; 265833, 3819676; 265863, 3819676; 265863, 3819646; 
266043, 3819646; 266043, 3819616; 266103, 3819616; 266103, 3819646; 
266163, 3819646; 266163, 3819676; 266373, 3819676; 266373, 3819646; 
266403, 3819646; 266403, 3819586; 266433, 3819586; 266433, 3819466; 
266463, 3819466; 266463, 3819376; 266493, 3819376; 266493, 3819346; 
266523, 3819346; 266523, 3819316; 266553, 3819316; 266553, 3819286; 
266613, 3819286; 266613, 3819256; 266643, 3819256; 266643, 3819226; 
266703, 3819226; 266703, 3819196; 266733, 3819196; 266733, 3819256; 
266763, 3819256; 266763, 3819286; 266823, 3819286; 266823, 3819316; 
266853, 3819316; 266853, 3819346; 266883, 3819346; 266883, 3819376; 
266913, 3819376; 266913, 3819346; 266943, 3819346; 266943, 3819256; 
267003, 3819256; 267003, 3819226; 267063, 3819226; 267063, 3819196; 
267183, 3819196; 267183, 3819226; 267483, 3819226; 267483, 3819196; 
267663, 3819196; 267663, 3819166; 267723, 3819166; 267723, 3819136; 
267843, 3819136; 267843, 3819106; 267933, 3819106; 267933, 3819076; 
268023, 3819076; 268023, 3819106; 268143, 3819106; 268143, 3819136; 
268353, 3819136; 268353, 3819166; 268533, 3819166; 268533, 3819196; 
268563, 3819196; 268563, 3819226; 268593, 3819226; 268593, 3819256; 
268623, 3819256; 268623, 3819286; 268653, 3819286; 268653, 3819316; 
268713, 3819316; 268713, 3819346; 268773, 3819346; 268773, 3819376; 
268803, 3819376; 268803, 3819406; 268833, 3819406; 268833, 3819496; 
268803, 3819496; 268803, 3819556; 268773, 3819556; 268773, 3819586; 
268743, 3819586; 268743, 3819616; 268713, 3819616; 268713, 3819706; 
268683, 3819706; 268683, 3819826; 268773, 3819826; 268773, 3819856; 
268893, 3819856; 268893, 3819826; 268953, 3819826; 268953, 3819796; 
268983, 3819796; 268983, 3819826; 269043, 3819826; 269043, 3819856; 
269163, 3819856; 269163, 3819826; 269193, 3819826; 269193, 3819796; 
269223, 3819796; 269223, 3819766; 269253, 3819766; 269253, 3819736; 
269283, 3819736; 269283, 3819706; 269313, 3819706; 269313, 3819676; 
269343, 3819676; 269343, 3819556; 269283, 3819556; 269283, 3819586; 
269253, 3819586; 269253, 3819616; 269223, 3819616; 269223, 3819646; 
269193, 3819646; 269193, 3819676; 269163, 3819676; 269163, 3819736; 
269073, 3819736; 269073, 3819706; 269013, 3819706; 269013, 3819676; 
268953, 3819676; 268953, 3819586; 268983, 3819586; 268983, 3819466; 
268953, 3819466; 268953, 3819406; 268983, 3819406; 268983, 3819346; 
269013, 3819346; 269013, 3819286; 269043, 3819286; 269043, 3819166; 
269013, 3819166; 269013, 3819136; 268983, 3819136; 268983, 3819106; 
268923, 3819106; 268923, 3819076; 268893, 3819076; 268893, 3819046; 
268743, 3819046; 268743, 3819016; 268683, 3819016; 268683, 3818986; 
268653, 3818986; 268653, 3818866; 268563, 3818866; 268563, 3818896; 
268323, 3818896; 268323, 3818866; 268293, 3818866; 268293, 3818836; 
268173, 3818836; 268173, 3818806; 268053, 3818806; 268053, 3818776; 
267963, 3818776; 267963, 3818746; 267933, 3818746; 267933, 3818776; 
267873, 3818776; 267873, 3818806; 267783, 3818806; 267783, 3818746; 
267723, 3818746; 267723, 3818806; 267693, 3818806; 267693, 3818836; 
267663, 3818836; 267663, 3818866; 267423, 3818866; 267423, 3818896; 
267393, 3818896; 267393, 3818926; 267243, 3818926; 267243, 3818896; 
267093, 3818896; 267093, 3818926; 267003, 3818926; 267003, 3818896; 
266943, 3818896; 266943, 3818866; 266913, 3818866; 266913, 3818896; 
266853, 3818896; 266853, 3818866; 266733, 3818866; 266733, 3818896; 
266613, 3818896; 266613, 3818926; 266553, 3818926; 266553, 3818956; 
266463, 3818956; 266463, 3818986; 266433, 3818986; 266433, 3819016; 
266373, 3819016; 266373, 3819046; 266343, 3819046; 266343, 3819106; 
266313, 3819106; 266313, 3819166; 266253, 3819166; 266253, 3819196; 
266223, 3819196; 266223, 3819256; 266193, 3819256; 266193, 3819286; 
266133, 3819286; 266133, 3819346; 266103, 3819346; 266103, 3819376; 
266073, 3819376; 266073, 3819346; 265863, 3819346; 265863, 3819376; 
265803, 3819376; 265803, 3819406; 265773, 3819406; 265773, 3819436; 
265653, 3819436; 265653, 3819406; 265623, 3819406; 265623, 3819376; 
265593, 3819376; 265593, 3819346; 265563, 3819346; 265563, 3819286; 
265503, 3819286; 265503, 3819256; 265443, 3819256; 265443, 3819226; 
265383, 3819226; 265383, 3819256; 265323, 3819256; 265323, 3819316; 
265293, 3819316; 265293, 3819406; 265263, 3819406; 265263, 3819556; 
265233, 3819556; 265233, 3819586; 265263, 3819586; 265263, 3819616; 
265293, 3819616; 265293, 3819646; 265323, 3819646; 265323, 3819736; 
265143, 3819736; 265143, 3819766; 265113, 3819766; 265113, 3819796; 
265083, 3819796; 265083, 3819826; 265053, 3819826; 265053, 3819856; 
265023, 3819856; 265023, 3819886; 264993, 3819886; 264993, 3819916; 
264933, 3819916; 264933, 3819886; 264873, 3819886; 264873, 3819916; 
264813, 3819916; 264813, 3819976; 264783, 3819976; 264783, 3820276; 
264753, 3820276; 264753, 3820396; 264723, 3820396; 264723, 3820426; 
264693, 3820426; 264693, 3820456; 264663, 3820456; 264663, 3820486; 
264453, 3820486; 264453, 3820516; 264423, 3820516; 264423, 3820546; 
264393, 3820546; 264393, 3820576; 264333, 3820576; 264333, 3820606; 
264303, 3820606; 264303, 3820636; 264273, 3820636; 264273, 3820666;

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264243, 3820666; 264243, 3820696; 264183, 3820696; 264183, 3820726; 
264153, 3820726; 264153, 3820756; 264123, 3820756; 264123, 3820786; 
264063, 3820786; 264063, 3820816; 264003, 3820816; 264003, 3820846; 
263943, 3820846; 263943, 3820876; 263883, 3820876; 263883, 3820906; 
263823, 3820906; 263823, 3820936; 263793, 3820936; 263793, 3820966; 
263673, 3820966; 263673, 3820996; 263613, 3820996; 263613, 3821026; 
263553, 3821026; 263553, 3821056; 263493, 3821056; 263493, 3821116; 
263463, 3821116; 263463, 3821146; 263433, 3821146; 263433, 3821176; 
263373, 3821176; 263373, 3821206; 263343, 3821206; 263343, 3821236; 
263313, 3821236; 263313, 3821296; 263253, 3821296; 263253, 3821326; 
263223, 3821326; 263223, 3821356; 263163, 3821356; 263163, 3821386; 
263133, 3821386; 263133, 3821416; 263103, 3821416; 263103, 3821446; 
263073, 3821446; 263073, 3821596; 263013, 3821596; 263013, 3821626; 
262953, 3821626; 262953, 3821656; 262923, 3821656; 262923, 3821686; 
262863, 3821686; 262863, 3821716; 262803, 3821716; 262803, 3821746; 
262743, 3821746; 262743, 3821776; 262683, 3821776; 262683, 3821806; 
262563, 3821806; 262563, 3821836; 262473, 3821836; 262473, 3821866; 
262323, 3821866; 262323, 3821896; 262263, 3821896; 262263, 3821926; 
262233, 3821926; 262233, 3821956; 262053, 3821956; 262053, 3821926; 
261963, 3821926; 261963, 3821896; 261813, 3821896; 261813, 3821926; 
261753, 3821926; 261753, 3821956; 261603, 3821956; 261603, 3821926; 
261543, 3821926; 261543, 3821896; 261513, 3821896; 261513, 3821866; 
261393, 3821866; 261393, 3821836; 261363, 3821836; 261363, 3821806; 
261333, 3821806; 261333, 3821776; 261303, 3821776; 261303, 3821746; 
261243, 3821746; 261243, 3821716; 261213, 3821716; 261213, 3821686; 
261153, 3821686; 261153, 3821656; 261123, 3821656; 261123, 3821626; 
261093, 3821626; 261093, 3821596; 261063, 3821596; 261063, 3821566; 
261003, 3821566; 261003, 3821536; 260943, 3821536; 260943, 3821506; 
260913, 3821506; 260913, 3821476; 260883, 3821476; 260883, 3821446; 
260853, 3821446; 260853, 3821416; 260823, 3821416; 260823, 3821386; 
260793, 3821386; 260793, 3821356; 260763, 3821356; 260763, 3821326; 
260733, 3821326; 260733, 3821266; 260703, 3821266; 260703, 3821236; 
260673, 3821236; 260673, 3821206; 260643, 3821206; 260643, 3821176; 
260613, 3821176; 260613, 3821146; 260583, 3821146; 260583, 3821116; 
260553, 3821116; 260553, 3821086; 260583, 3821086; 260583, 3821026; 
260613, 3821026; 260613, 3820936; 260553, 3820936; 260553, 3820906; 
260523, 3820906; 260523, 3820876; 260463, 3820876; 260463, 3820846; 
260403, 3820846; 260403, 3820816; 260343, 3820816; 260343, 3820876; 
260373, 3820876; 260373, 3820936; 260403, 3820936; 260403, 3821056; 
260373, 3821056; 260373, 3821086; 260313, 3821086; 260313, 3821116; 
260253, 3821116; 260253, 3821146; 260223, 3821146; 260223, 3821176; 
260193, 3821176; 260193, 3821206; 260163, 3821206; 260163, 3821236; 
260073, 3821236; 260073, 3821266; 259983, 3821266; 259983, 3821296; 
259923, 3821296; 259923, 3821326; 259863, 3821326; 259863, 3821446; 
259833, 3821446; 259833, 3821476; 259803, 3821476; 259803, 3821566; 
259833, 3821566; 259833, 3821716; 259803, 3821716; 259803, 3821746; 
259773, 3821746; 259773, 3821806; 259653, 3821806; 259653, 3821776; 
259623, 3821776; 259623, 3821746; 259563, 3821746; 259563, 3821716; 
259503, 3821716; 259503, 3821686; 259473, 3821686; 259473, 3821626; 
259413, 3821626; 259413, 3821596; 259323, 3821596; 259323, 3821566; 
259293, 3821566; 259293, 3821536; 259203, 3821536; 259203, 3821566; 
259143, 3821566; 259143, 3821596; 259113, 3821596; 259113, 3821626; 
259083, 3821626; 259083, 3821686; 259053, 3821686; 259053, 3821716; 
258993, 3821716; 258993, 3821776; 258963, 3821776; 258963, 3821866; 
258933, 3821866; 258933, 3821896; 258903, 3821896; 258903, 3821926; 
258873, 3821926; 258873, 3821956; 258843, 3821956; 258843, 3821926; 
258813, 3821926; 258813, 3821956; 258663, 3821956; 258663, 3821986; 
258603, 3821986; 258603, 3821956; 258543, 3821956; 258543, 3821926; 
258483, 3821926; 258483, 3821956; 258513, 3821956; 258513, 3822046; 
258483, 3822046; 258483, 3822076; 258453, 3822076; 258453, 3822106; 
258393, 3822106; 258393, 3822136; 258303, 3822136; 258303, 3822166; 
258243, 3822166; 258243, 3822196; 258183, 3822196; 258183, 3822226; 
258153, 3822226; 258153, 3822256; 258063, 3822256; 258063, 3822376; 
258033, 3822376; 258033, 3822406; 257973, 3822406; 257973, 3822436; 
257943, 3822436; 257943, 3822466; 257973, 3822466; 257973, 3822646; 
257943, 3822646; 257943, 3822676; 257973, 3822676; 257973, 3822736; 
258003, 3822736; 258003, 3822826; 257883, 3822826; 257883, 3822856; 
257793, 3822856; 257793, 3822886; 257733, 3822886; 257733, 3822916; 
257703, 3822916; 257703, 3822946; 257553, 3822946; 257553, 3822916; 
257493, 3822916; 257493, 3823006; 257403, 3823006; 257403, 3822976; 
257163, 3822976; 257163, 3823006; 257103, 3823006; 257103, 3823066; 
257073, 3823066; 257073, 3823126; 257043, 3823126; 257043, 3823156; 
257013, 3823156; 257013, 3823186; 256983, 3823186; 256983, 3823246; 
256953, 3823246; 256953, 3823276; 256923, 3823276; 256923, 3823336; 
256893, 3823336; 256893, 3823396; 256863, 3823396; 256863, 3823426; 
256833, 3823426; 256833, 3823456; 256863, 3823456; 256863, 3823516; 
256893, 3823516; 256893, 3823606; 256923, 3823606; 256923, 3823666; 
256893, 3823666; 256893, 3823756; 256863, 3823756; 256863, 3823786; 
256923, 3823786; 256923, 3823756; 256983, 3823756; 256983, 3823726; 
257013, 3823726; 257013, 3823696; 257043, 3823696; 257043, 3823666; 
257103, 3823666; 257103, 3823636; 257133, 3823636; 257133, 3823606; 
257163, 3823606; 257163, 3823576; 257193, 3823576; 257193, 3823486; 
257223, 3823486; 257223, 3823456; 257253, 3823456; 257253, 3823366; 
257283, 3823366; 257283, 3823336; 257463, 3823336; 257463, 3823306; 
257703, 3823306; 257703, 3823276; 257793, 3823276; 257793, 3823246; 
257853, 3823246; 257853, 3823216; 257943, 3823216; 257943, 3823186; 
257973, 3823186; 257973, 3823156; 258003, 3823156; 258003, 3823126; 
258213, 3823126; 258213, 3823156; 258243, 3823156; 258243, 3823336; 
258363, 3823336; 258363, 3823366; 258393, 3823366; 258393, 3823396; 
258423, 3823396; 258423, 3823456; 258483, 3823456; 258483, 3823486; 
258543, 3823486; 258543, 3823516; 258573, 3823516; 258573, 3823546; 
258603, 3823546; 258603, 3823576; 258633, 3823576; 258633, 3823756; 
258603, 3823756; 258603, 3823786; 258573, 3823786; 258573, 3823816; 
258543, 3823816; 258543, 3823846; 258513, 3823846; 258513, 3823906; 
258483, 3823906; 258483, 3823966; 258453, 3823966; 258453, 3824086; 
258213, 3824086; 258213, 3824056; 258153, 3824056; 258153, 3824086; 
258093, 3824086; 258093, 3824116; 258063, 3824116; 258063, 3824146; 
258003, 3824146; 258003, 3824176; 257973, 3824176; 257973, 3824206; 
257943, 3824206; 257943, 3824266; 257913, 3824266; 257913, 3824386; 
257883, 3824386; 257883, 3824416; 257853, 3824416; 257853, 3824476; 
257883, 3824476; 257883, 3824506; 257913, 3824506; 257913, 3824536; 
257973, 3824536; 257973, 3824566; 258003, 3824566; 258003, 3824596;

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258033, 3824596; 258033, 3824656; 257943, 3824656; 257943, 3824686; 
257823, 3824686; 257823, 3824716; 257793, 3824716; 257793, 3824746; 
257853, 3824746; 257853, 3824776; 257883, 3824776; 257883, 3824806; 
257913, 3824806; 257913, 3824896; 257943, 3824896; 257943, 3824956; 
257973, 3824956; 257973, 3824986; 258003, 3824986; 258003, 3825016; 
258063, 3825016; 258063, 3825046; 258093, 3825046; 258093, 3825106; 
258003, 3825106; 258003, 3825136; 257913, 3825136; 257913, 3825196; 
257883, 3825196; 257883, 3825256; 257853, 3825256; 257853, 3825226; 
257763, 3825226; 257763, 3825196; 257733, 3825196; 257733, 3825166; 
257703, 3825166; 257703, 3825136; 257643, 3825136; 257643, 3825166; 
257583, 3825166; 257583, 3825196; 257553, 3825196; 257553, 3825226; 
257523, 3825226; 257523, 3825256; 257493, 3825256; 257493, 3825286; 
257463, 3825286; 257463, 3825376; 257433, 3825376; 257433, 3825436; 
257403, 3825436; 257403, 3825466; 257373, 3825466; 257373, 3825526; 
257343, 3825526; 257343, 3825556; 257313, 3825556; 257313, 3825586; 
257283, 3825586; 257283, 3825616; 257403, 3825616; 257403, 3825826; 
257373, 3825826; 257373, 3825886; 257343, 3825886; 257343, 3825946; 
257313, 3825946; 257313, 3826006; 257343, 3826006; 257343, 3826036; 
257403, 3826036; 257403, 3826006; 257463, 3826006; 257463, 3826036; 
257493, 3826036; 257493, 3826066; 257553, 3826066; 257553, 3826156; 
257583, 3826156; 257583, 3826186; 257643, 3826186; 257643, 3826216; 
257613, 3826216; 257613, 3826246; 257583, 3826246; 257583, 3826276; 
257553, 3826276; 257553, 3826246; 257463, 3826246; 257463, 3826216; 
257403, 3826216; 257403, 3826186; 257343, 3826186; 257343, 3826216; 
257283, 3826216; 257283, 3826186; 257223, 3826186; 257223, 3826216; 
257193, 3826216; 257193, 3826246; 257163, 3826246; 257163, 3826276; 
257133, 3826276; 257133, 3826336; 257103, 3826336; 257103, 3826366; 
257043, 3826366; 257043, 3826336; 256983, 3826336; 256983, 3826366; 
256953, 3826366; 256953, 3826396; 256893, 3826396; 256893, 3826426; 
256773, 3826426; 256773, 3826456; 256713, 3826456; 256713, 3826426; 
256443, 3826426; 256443, 3826456; 256563, 3826456; 256563, 3826486; 
256593, 3826486; 256593, 3826516; 256623, 3826516; 256623, 3826576; 
256653, 3826576; 256653, 3826666; 256623, 3826666; 256623, 3826696; 
256593, 3826696; 256593, 3826726; 256563, 3826726; 256563, 3826756; 
256533, 3826756; 256533, 3826786; 256503, 3826786; 256503, 3826816; 
256473, 3826816; 256473, 3826846; 256413, 3826846; 256413, 3826906; 
256383, 3826906; 256383, 3826966; 256353, 3826966; 256353, 3827026; 
256323, 3827026; 256323, 3827056; 256173, 3827056; 256173, 3827086; 
256143, 3827086; 256143, 3827116; 256113, 3827116; 256113, 3827416; 
256083, 3827416; 256083, 3827536; 256053, 3827536; 256053, 3827596; 
256023, 3827596; 256023, 3827626; 255993, 3827626; 255993, 3827656; 
255963, 3827656; 255963, 3827686; 255933, 3827686; 255933, 3827716; 
255903, 3827716; 255903, 3827746; 255873, 3827746; 255873, 3827806; 
255843, 3827806; 255843, 3827836; 255753, 3827836; 255753, 3827866; 
255633, 3827866; 255633, 3827896; 255603, 3827896; 255603, 3827926; 
255573, 3827926; 255573, 3827986; 255543, 3827986; 255543, 3828166; 
255513, 3828166; 255513, 3828196; 255483, 3828196; 255483, 3828226; 
255453, 3828226; 255453, 3828256; 255423, 3828256; 255423, 3828286; 
255393, 3828286; 255393, 3828316; 255363, 3828316; 255363, 3828346; 
255333, 3828346; 255333, 3828406; 255303, 3828406; 255303, 3828466; 
255273, 3828466; 255273, 3828496; 255183, 3828496; 255183, 3828526; 
254973, 3828526; 254973, 3828556; 254913, 3828556; 254913, 3828616; 
254883, 3828616; 254883, 3828676; 254853, 3828676; 254853, 3828706; 
254823, 3828706; 254823, 3828766; 254853, 3828766; 254853, 3828796; 
254823, 3828796; 254823, 3828856; 254853, 3828856; 254853, 3828886; 
255003, 3828886; 255003, 3828916; 255033, 3828916; 255033, 3829036; 
255003, 3829036; 255003, 3829126; 254973, 3829126; 254973, 3829156; 
254943, 3829156; 254943, 3829186; 254913, 3829186; 254913, 3829216; 
254853, 3829216; 254853, 3829276; 254823, 3829276; 254823, 3829426; 
254853, 3829426; 254853, 3829486; 254883, 3829486; 254883, 3829516; 
254913, 3829516; 254913, 3829546; 254883, 3829546; 254883, 3829606; 
254853, 3829606; 254853, 3829666; 254973, 3829666; 254973, 3829636; 
255033, 3829636; 255033, 3829666; 255153, 3829666; 255153, 3829696; 
255273, 3829696; 255273, 3829726; 255303, 3829726; 255303, 3829786; 
255333, 3829786; 255333, 3829756; 255363, 3829756; 255363, 3829636; 
255333, 3829636; 255333, 3829606; 255273, 3829606; 255273, 3829576; 
255183, 3829576; 255183, 3829546; 255123, 3829546; 255123, 3829516; 
255093, 3829516; 255093, 3829456; 255063, 3829456; 255063, 3829396; 
255093, 3829396; 255093, 3829336; 255123, 3829336; 255123, 3829306; 
255153, 3829306; 255153, 3829276; 255183, 3829276; 255183, 3829246; 
255213, 3829246; 255213, 3829216; 255243, 3829216; 255243, 3829186; 
255213, 3829186; 255213, 3829096; 255183, 3829096; 255183, 3829036; 
255213, 3829036; 255213, 3828976; 255243, 3828976; 255243, 3828886; 
255213, 3828886; 255213, 3828826; 255183, 3828826; 255183, 3828766; 
255213, 3828766; 255213, 3828736; 255243, 3828736; 255243, 3828766; 
255333, 3828766; 255333, 3828736; 255423, 3828736; 255423, 3828706; 
255453, 3828706; 255453, 3828676; 255483, 3828676; 255483, 3828646; 
255513, 3828646; 255513, 3828586; 255543, 3828586; 255543, 3828526; 
255513, 3828526; 255513, 3828436; 255543, 3828436; 255543, 3828406; 
255573, 3828406; 255573, 3828376; 255633, 3828376; 255633, 3828346; 
255723, 3828346; 255723, 3828316; 255753, 3828316; 255753, 3828346; 
255783, 3828346; 255783, 3828286; 255813, 3828286; 255813, 3828316; 
255873, 3828316; 255873, 3828196; 255843, 3828196; 255843, 3828136; 
255813, 3828136; 255813, 3828076; 255783, 3828076; 255783, 3828046; 
255813, 3828046; 255813, 3828016; 255873, 3828016; 255873, 3827986; 
255963, 3827986; 255963, 3827956; 256023, 3827956; 256023, 3827926; 
256053, 3827926; 256053, 3827956; 256083, 3827956; 256083, 3827926; 
256113, 3827926; 256113, 3827896; 256143, 3827896; 256143, 3827836; 
256173, 3827836; 256173, 3827806; 256203, 3827806; 256203, 3827776; 
256233, 3827776; 256233, 3827746; 256263, 3827746; 256263, 3827716; 
256293, 3827716; 256293, 3827686; 256263, 3827686; 256263, 3827656; 
256233, 3827656; 256233, 3827536; 256263, 3827536; 256263, 3827506; 
256293, 3827506; 256293, 3827416; 256353, 3827416; 256353, 3827236; 
256413, 3827236; 256413, 3827206; 256473, 3827206; 256473, 3827236; 
256533, 3827236; 256533, 3827206; 256563, 3827206; 256563, 3827116; 
256593, 3827116; 256593, 3827056; 256623, 3827056; 256623, 3827026; 
256653, 3827026; 256653, 3826966; 256623, 3826966; 256623, 3826846; 
256653, 3826846; 256653, 3826816; 256683, 3826816; 256683, 3826786; 
256713, 3826786; 256713, 3826756; 256773, 3826756; 256773, 3826726; 
256833, 3826726; 256833, 3826696; 256863, 3826696; 256863, 3826756; 
256893, 3826756; 256893, 3826816; 256923, 3826816; 256923, 3826846; 
256983, 3826846; 256983, 3826876; 257103, 3826876; 257103, 3826906;

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257163, 3826906; 257163, 3826846; 257223, 3826846; 257223, 3826786; 
257313, 3826786; 257313, 3826816; 257373, 3826816; 257373, 3826876; 
257403, 3826876; 257403, 3826846; 257433, 3826846; 257433, 3826816; 
257463, 3826816; 257463, 3826846; 257493, 3826846; 257493, 3826876; 
257523, 3826876; 257523, 3826846; 257583, 3826846; 257583, 3826876; 
257643, 3826876; 257643, 3826726; 257673, 3826726; 257673, 3826696; 
257733, 3826696; 257733, 3826666; 257763, 3826666; 257763, 3826576; 
257733, 3826576; 257733, 3826516; 257763, 3826516; 257763, 3826456; 
257793, 3826456; 257793, 3826426; 257853, 3826426; 257853, 3826486; 
257943, 3826486; 257943, 3826456; 257973, 3826456; 257973, 3826426; 
258003, 3826426; 258003, 3826366; 257973, 3826366; 257973, 3826246; 
258003, 3826246; 258003, 3826216; 257973, 3826216; 257973, 3826186; 
257943, 3826186; 257943, 3826126; 257973, 3826126; 257973, 3826096; 
258063, 3826096; 258063, 3826066; 258003, 3826066; 258003, 3826036; 
257883, 3826036; 257883, 3825976; 257913, 3825976; 257913, 3825886; 
257883, 3825886; 257883, 3825796; 257853, 3825796; 257853, 3825766; 
257823, 3825766; 257823, 3825736; 257853, 3825736; 257853, 3825706; 
257823, 3825706; 257823, 3825646; 257853, 3825646; 257853, 3825676; 
257913, 3825676; 257913, 3825646; 257973, 3825646; 257973, 3825616; 
258033, 3825616; 258033, 3825586; 258093, 3825586; 258093, 3825556; 
258123, 3825556; 258123, 3825466; 258153, 3825466; 258153, 3825316; 
258183, 3825316; 258183, 3825286; 258213, 3825286; 258213, 3825256; 
258243, 3825256; 258243, 3825196; 258273, 3825196; 258273, 3825136; 
258303, 3825136; 258303, 3825076; 258333, 3825076; 258333, 3825046; 
258393, 3825046; 258393, 3825136; 258423, 3825136; 258423, 3825166; 
258453, 3825166; 258453, 3825196; 258483, 3825196; 258483, 3825226; 
258543, 3825226; 258543, 3825346; 258753, 3825346; 258753, 3825316; 
258813, 3825316; 258813, 3825286; 258873, 3825286; 258873, 3825316; 
258903, 3825316; 258903, 3825376; 258753, 3825376; 258753, 3825436; 
258723, 3825436; 258723, 3825466; 258693, 3825466; 258693, 3825496; 
258663, 3825496; 258663, 3825556; 258633, 3825556; 258633, 3825616; 
258573, 3825616; 258573, 3825646; 258513, 3825646; 258513, 3825676; 
258423, 3825676; 258423, 3825736; 258393, 3825736; 258393, 3825766; 
258423, 3825766; 258423, 3825796; 258453, 3825796; 258453, 3825826; 
258483, 3825826; 258483, 3825856; 258543, 3825856; 258543, 3825886; 
258603, 3825886; 258603, 3825916; 258633, 3825916; 258633, 3825976; 
258663, 3825976; 258663, 3826006; 258693, 3826006; 258693, 3826066; 
258783, 3826066; 258783, 3826096; 258843, 3826096; 258843, 3826126; 
258873, 3826126; 258873, 3826096; 258903, 3826096; 258903, 3826066; 
258993, 3826066; 258993, 3826036; 259143, 3826036; 259143, 3826006; 
259203, 3826006; 259203, 3826126; 259233, 3826126; 259233, 3826186; 
259263, 3826186; 259263, 3826216; 259293, 3826216; 259293, 3826276; 
259323, 3826276; 259323, 3826306; 259353, 3826306; 259353, 3826336; 
259413, 3826336; 259413, 3826366; 259443, 3826366; 259443, 3826456; 
259413, 3826456; 259413, 3826486; 259383, 3826486; 259383, 3826546; 
259353, 3826546; 259353, 3826576; 259323, 3826576; 259323, 3826606; 
259293, 3826606; 259293, 3826636; 259323, 3826636; 259323, 3826696; 
259353, 3826696; 259353, 3826756; 259383, 3826756; 259383, 3826876; 
259353, 3826876; 259353, 3827056; 259443, 3827056; 259443, 3827026; 
259503, 3827026; 259503, 3827056; 259563, 3827056; 259563, 3827086; 
259593, 3827086; 259593, 3827116; 259623, 3827116; 259623, 3827146; 
259653, 3827146; 259653, 3827176; 259683, 3827176; 259683, 3827206; 
259833, 3827206; 259833, 3827176; 259863, 3827176; 259863, 3827206; 
259893, 3827206; 259893, 3827266; 259863, 3827266; 259863, 3827386; 
259833, 3827386; 259833, 3827446; 259803, 3827446; 259803, 3827536; 
259833, 3827536; 259833, 3827506; 259893, 3827506; 259893, 3827536; 
259923, 3827536; 259923, 3827566; 259953, 3827566; 259953, 3827626; 
259983, 3827626; 259983, 3827656; 259953, 3827656; 259953, 3827746; 
259923, 3827746; 259923, 3827806; 259893, 3827806; 259893, 3828016; 
259923, 3828016; 259923, 3828046; 259893, 3828046; 259893, 3828076; 
259863, 3828076; 259863, 3828136; 259833, 3828136; 259833, 3828226; 
259803, 3828226; 259803, 3828256; 259773, 3828256; 259773, 3828286; 
259743, 3828286; 259743, 3828346; 259713, 3828346; 259713, 3828376; 
259683, 3828376; 259683, 3828436; 259713, 3828436; 259713, 3828496; 
259743, 3828496; 259743, 3828526; 259773, 3828526; 259773, 3828556; 
259803, 3828556; 259803, 3828616; 259833, 3828616; 259833, 3828406; 
259953, 3828406; 259953, 3828436; 259983, 3828436; 259983, 3828466; 
260013, 3828466; 260013, 3828796; 259983, 3828796; 259983, 3828856; 
259953, 3828856; 259953, 3828886; 259923, 3828886; 259923, 3829036; 
259953, 3829036; 259953, 3829096; 259983, 3829096; 259983, 3829126; 
260073, 3829126; 260073, 3829156; 260103, 3829156; 260103, 3829216; 
260073, 3829216; 260073, 3829276; 260043, 3829276; 260043, 3829306; 
259983, 3829306; 259983, 3829336; 259923, 3829336; 259923, 3829486; 
259893, 3829486; 259893, 3829576; 259863, 3829576; 259863, 3829606; 
259833, 3829606; 259833, 3829666; 259863, 3829666; 259863, 3829696; 
259893, 3829696; 259893, 3829786; 259953, 3829786; 259953, 3829816; 
260013, 3829816; 260013, 3829876; 260223, 3829876; 260223, 3829906; 
260253, 3829906; 260253, 3829936; 260283, 3829936; 260283, 3830116; 
260253, 3830116; 260253, 3830206; 260223, 3830206; 260223, 3830236; 
260193, 3830236; 260193, 3830296; 260163, 3830296; 260163, 3830356; 
260193, 3830356; 260193, 3830416; 260223, 3830416; 260223, 3830446; 
260253, 3830446; 260253, 3830476; 260283, 3830476; 260283, 3830506; 
260313, 3830506; 260313, 3830536; 260343, 3830536; 260343, 3830566; 
260403, 3830566; 260403, 3830596; 260463, 3830596; 260463, 3830626; 
260493, 3830626; 260493, 3830716; 260463, 3830716; 260463, 3830746; 
260433, 3830746; 260433, 3830776; 260373, 3830776; 260373, 3830806; 
260313, 3830806; 260313, 3830836; 260283, 3830836; 260283, 3830926; 
260253, 3830926; 260253, 3831046; 260223, 3831046; 260223, 3831196; 
260253, 3831196; 260253, 3831226; 260283, 3831226; 260283, 3831256; 
260373, 3831256; 260373, 3831286; 260403, 3831286; 260403, 3831316; 
260463, 3831316; 260463, 3831286; 260553, 3831286; 260553, 3831316; 
260583, 3831316; 260583, 3831466; 260613, 3831466; 260613, 3831616; 
260583, 3831616; 260583, 3831676; 260643, 3831676; 260643, 3831646; 
260703, 3831646; 260703, 3831616; 260793, 3831616; 260793, 3831646; 
260823, 3831646; 260823, 3831676; 260853, 3831676; 260853, 3831706; 
260883, 3831706; 260883, 3831736; 260913, 3831736; 260913, 3831796; 
260943, 3831796; 260943, 3831826; 260973, 3831826; 260973, 3831856; 
261003, 3831856; 261003, 3831916; 260973, 3831916; 260973, 3832036; 
261003, 3832036; 261003, 3832066; 261033, 3832066; 261033, 3832096; 
261063, 3832096; 261063, 3832126; 261093, 3832126; 261093, 3832156; 
261153, 3832156; 261153, 3832186; 261363, 3832186; 261363, 3832156; 
261393, 3832156; 261393, 3832126; 261423, 3832126; 261423, 3832096;

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261453, 3832096; 261453, 3832036; 261513, 3832036; 261513, 3832066; 
261543, 3832066; 261543, 3832126; 261513, 3832126; 261513, 3832156; 
261483, 3832156; 261483, 3832246; 261453, 3832246; 261453, 3832276; 
261423, 3832276; 261423, 3832336; 261393, 3832336; 261393, 3832426; 
261423, 3832426; 261423, 3832456; 261483, 3832456; 261483, 3832486; 
261513, 3832486; 261513, 3832516; 261543, 3832516; 261543, 3832546; 
261573, 3832546; 261573, 3832606; 261603, 3832606; 261603, 3832636; 
261633, 3832636; 261633, 3832756; 261603, 3832756; 261603, 3832786; 
261633, 3832786; 261633, 3832816; 261693, 3832816; 261693, 3832786; 
261723, 3832786; 261723, 3832816; 261813, 3832816; 261813, 3832906; 
261783, 3832906; 261783, 3832936; 261753, 3832936; 261753, 3832966; 
261783, 3832966; 261783, 3832996; 261813, 3832996; 261813, 3833056; 
261843, 3833056; 261843, 3833086; 261963, 3833086; 261963, 3833116; 
261993, 3833116; 261993, 3833086; 262083, 3833086; 262083, 3833116; 
262143, 3833116; 262143, 3833146; 262203, 3833146; 262203, 3833176; 
returning to 262233, 3833176.
    (ii) Note: Map of Units 2 and 3 follows:
BILLING CODE 4310-55-P

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[GRAPHIC] [TIFF OMITTED] TR09FE11.002

BILLING CODE 4310-55-C
    (9) Unit 4: Sespe Creek, Ventura County, California.
    (i) From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Wheeler Springs, Lion 
Canyon,

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Topatopa Mts., and Devil's Heart Peak, land bounded by the following 
UTM coordinates (E, N): 292923, 3828526; 292923, 3828496; 292953, 
3828496; 292953, 3828376; 292923, 3828376; 292923, 3828316; 292893, 
3828316; 292893, 3828256; 292863, 3828256; 292863, 3828226; 292833, 
3828226; 292833, 3828166; 292803, 3828166; 292803, 3828046; 292923, 
3828046; 292923, 3828016; 292953, 3828016; 292953, 3827986; 292923, 
3827986; 292923, 3827956; 292893, 3827956; 292893, 3827926; 292863, 
3827926; 292863, 3827836; 292833, 3827836; 292833, 3827776; 292803, 
3827776; 292803, 3827716; 292773, 3827716; 292773, 3827686; 292743, 
3827686; 292743, 3827626; 292713, 3827626; 292713, 3827416; 292683, 
3827416; 292683, 3827386; 292653, 3827386; 292653, 3827356; 292623, 
3827356; 292623, 3827326; 292593, 3827326; 292593, 3827236; 292563, 
3827236; 292563, 3827176; 292533, 3827176; 292533, 3827116; 292503, 
3827116; 292503, 3827056; 292473, 3827056; 292473, 3826996; 292443, 
3826996; 292443, 3826936; 292473, 3826936; 292473, 3826876; 292533, 
3826876; 292533, 3826816; 292503, 3826816; 292503, 3826756; 292473, 
3826756; 292473, 3826726; 292443, 3826726; 292443, 3826606; 292413, 
3826606; 292413, 3826576; 292383, 3826576; 292383, 3826546; 292353, 
3826546; 292353, 3826516; 292263, 3826516; 292263, 3826486; 292143, 
3826486; 292143, 3826456; 292053, 3826456; 292053, 3826366; 292233, 
3826366; 292233, 3826396; 292443, 3826396; 292443, 3826366; 292533, 
3826366; 292533, 3826396; 292623, 3826396; 292623, 3826426; 292713, 
3826426; 292713, 3826456; 292743, 3826456; 292743, 3826486; 292833, 
3826486; 292833, 3826516; 292863, 3826516; 292863, 3826546; 292893, 
3826546; 292893, 3826576; 292923, 3826576; 292923, 3826606; 292983, 
3826606; 292983, 3826636; 293073, 3826636; 293073, 3826666; 293133, 
3826666; 293133, 3826696; 293253, 3826696; 293253, 3826576; 293223, 
3826576; 293223, 3826516; 293193, 3826516; 293193, 3826426; 293283, 
3826426; 293283, 3826396; 293553, 3826396; 293553, 3826426; 293583, 
3826426; 293583, 3826456; 293643, 3826456; 293643, 3826486; 293613, 
3826486; 293613, 3826546; 293583, 3826546; 293583, 3826576; 293373, 
3826576; 293373, 3826606; 293343, 3826606; 293343, 3826636; 293313, 
3826636; 293313, 3826666; 293343, 3826666; 293343, 3826756; 293373, 
3826756; 293373, 3826786; 293433, 3826786; 293433, 3826816; 293553, 
3826816; 293553, 3826846; 293583, 3826846; 293583, 3826876; 293733, 
3826876; 293733, 3826696; 293763, 3826696; 293763, 3826666; 293793, 
3826666; 293793, 3826636; 293913, 3826636; 293913, 3826606; 293973, 
3826606; 293973, 3826576; 294003, 3826576; 294003, 3826516; 294093, 
3826516; 294093, 3826486; 294123, 3826486; 294123, 3826516; 294153, 
3826516; 294153, 3826546; 294213, 3826546; 294213, 3826576; 294243, 
3826576; 294243, 3826606; 294333, 3826606; 294333, 3826636; 294513, 
3826636; 294513, 3826666; 294633, 3826666; 294633, 3826606; 294603, 
3826606; 294603, 3826576; 294543, 3826576; 294543, 3826546; 294513, 
3826546; 294513, 3826516; 294453, 3826516; 294453, 3826486; 294423, 
3826486; 294423, 3826426; 294393, 3826426; 294393, 3826366; 294363, 
3826366; 294363, 3826306; 294393, 3826306; 294393, 3826246; 294423, 
3826246; 294423, 3826216; 294453, 3826216; 294453, 3826186; 294483, 
3826186; 294483, 3826156; 294543, 3826156; 294543, 3826126; 294573, 
3826126; 294573, 3826096; 294603, 3826096; 294603, 3826066; 294633, 
3826066; 294633, 3826036; 294663, 3826036; 294663, 3825976; 294693, 
3825976; 294693, 3825946; 294753, 3825946; 294753, 3825916; 294873, 
3825916; 294873, 3825946; 294903, 3825946; 294903, 3825976; 294933, 
3825976; 294933, 3826006; 294963, 3826006; 294963, 3826036; 295143, 
3826036; 295143, 3826066; 295203, 3826066; 295203, 3826096; 295233, 
3826096; 295233, 3826126; 295263, 3826126; 295263, 3826156; 295323, 
3826156; 295323, 3826186; 295353, 3826186; 295353, 3826246; 295293, 
3826246; 295293, 3826276; 295233, 3826276; 295233, 3826306; 295173, 
3826306; 295173, 3826336; 295143, 3826336; 295143, 3826516; 295173, 
3826516; 295173, 3826606; 295203, 3826606; 295203, 3826636; 295233, 
3826636; 295233, 3826576; 295263, 3826576; 295263, 3826516; 295293, 
3826516; 295293, 3826456; 295323, 3826456; 295323, 3826426; 295413, 
3826426; 295413, 3826456; 295473, 3826456; 295473, 3826426; 295563, 
3826426; 295563, 3826456; 295623, 3826456; 295623, 3826486; 295683, 
3826486; 295683, 3826516; 295743, 3826516; 295743, 3826486; 295773, 
3826486; 295773, 3826516; 295833, 3826516; 295833, 3826456; 295863, 
3826456; 295863, 3826426; 295893, 3826426; 295893, 3826396; 295953, 
3826396; 295953, 3826366; 296013, 3826366; 296013, 3826336; 296073, 
3826336; 296073, 3826306; 296163, 3826306; 296163, 3826276; 296193, 
3826276; 296193, 3826246; 296283, 3826246; 296283, 3826216; 296313, 
3826216; 296313, 3826186; 296343, 3826186; 296343, 3826156; 296373, 
3826156; 296373, 3826126; 296403, 3826126; 296403, 3826066; 296433, 
3826066; 296433, 3826006; 296463, 3826006; 296463, 3825976; 296493, 
3825976; 296493, 3825946; 296523, 3825946; 296523, 3825886; 296553, 
3825886; 296553, 3825856; 296583, 3825856; 296583, 3825826; 296613, 
3825826; 296613, 3825796; 296643, 3825796; 296643, 3825766; 296703, 
3825766; 296703, 3825736; 296733, 3825736; 296733, 3825766; 296763, 
3825766; 296763, 3825946; 296793, 3825946; 296793, 3826036; 296823, 
3826036; 296823, 3826096; 296853, 3826096; 296853, 3826156; 296883, 
3826156; 296883, 3826186; 296943, 3826186; 296943, 3826216; 297153, 
3826216; 297153, 3826186; 297183, 3826186; 297183, 3826156; 297273, 
3826156; 297273, 3826126; 297363, 3826126; 297363, 3826096; 297393, 
3826096; 297393, 3826126; 297453, 3826126; 297453, 3826156; 297513, 
3826156; 297513, 3826126; 297543, 3826126; 297543, 3826156; 297573, 
3826156; 297573, 3826186; 297603, 3826186; 297603, 3826216; 297633, 
3826216; 297633, 3826276; 297663, 3826276; 297663, 3826216; 297693, 
3826216; 297693, 3826126; 297723, 3826126; 297723, 3826096; 297783, 
3826096; 297783, 3826006; 297873, 3826006; 297873, 3826036; 297903, 
3826036; 297903, 3826066; 297933, 3826066; 297933, 3826126; 297963, 
3826126; 297963, 3826186; 297993, 3826186; 297993, 3826216; 298023, 
3826216; 298023, 3826246; 298053, 3826246; 298053, 3826276; 298113, 
3826276; 298113, 3826306; 298173, 3826306; 298173, 3826336; 298203, 
3826336; 298203, 3826366; 298233, 3826366; 298233, 3826396; 298323, 
3826396; 298323, 3826366; 298383, 3826366; 298383, 3826456; 298413, 
3826456; 298413, 3826486; 298443, 3826486; 298443, 3826516; 298503, 
3826516; 298503, 3826546; 298563, 3826546; 298563, 3826576; 298653, 
3826576; 298653, 3826606; 298743, 3826606; 298743, 3826576; 298773, 
3826576; 298773, 3826546; 298863, 3826546; 298863, 3826516; 298893, 
3826516; 298893, 3826486; 298923, 3826486; 298923, 3826456; 298983, 
3826456; 298983, 3826426; 299013, 3826426; 299013, 3826396; 299103, 
3826396; 299103, 3826426; 299163, 3826426; 299163, 3826456; 299223, 
3826456; 299223, 3826486; 299253, 3826486; 299253, 3826456; 299403, 
3826456; 299403, 3826426; 299433, 3826426; 299433, 3826396; 299463, 
3826396;

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299463, 3826366; 299493, 3826366; 299493, 3826306; 299523, 3826306; 
299523, 3826246; 299553, 3826246; 299553, 3826186; 299583, 3826186; 
299583, 3826156; 299673, 3826156; 299673, 3826186; 299703, 3826186; 
299703, 3826156; 299733, 3826156; 299733, 3826216; 299763, 3826216; 
299763, 3826246; 299793, 3826246; 299793, 3826276; 299853, 3826276; 
299853, 3826306; 299883, 3826306; 299883, 3826396; 299853, 3826396; 
299853, 3826426; 299973, 3826426; 299973, 3826486; 300003, 3826486; 
300003, 3826576; 300033, 3826576; 300033, 3826666; 300063, 3826666; 
300063, 3826696; 300123, 3826696; 300123, 3826726; 300243, 3826726; 
300243, 3826756; 300333, 3826756; 300333, 3826726; 300393, 3826726; 
300393, 3826666; 300453, 3826666; 300453, 3826696; 300603, 3826696; 
300603, 3826666; 300663, 3826666; 300663, 3826606; 300693, 3826606; 
300693, 3826546; 300783, 3826546; 300783, 3826576; 300813, 3826576; 
300813, 3826606; 300843, 3826606; 300843, 3826756; 300903, 3826756; 
300903, 3826726; 300933, 3826726; 300933, 3826756; 300993, 3826756; 
300993, 3826786; 301053, 3826786; 301053, 3826756; 301083, 3826756; 
301083, 3826726; 301143, 3826726; 301143, 3826756; 301203, 3826756; 
301203, 3826786; 301263, 3826786; 301263, 3826756; 301293, 3826756; 
301293, 3826726; 301383, 3826726; 301383, 3826756; 301443, 3826756; 
301443, 3826786; 301533, 3826786; 301533, 3826756; 301563, 3826756; 
301563, 3826726; 301593, 3826726; 301593, 3826696; 301623, 3826696; 
301623, 3826636; 301683, 3826636; 301683, 3826606; 301743, 3826606; 
301743, 3826576; 301863, 3826576; 301863, 3826516; 301893, 3826516; 
301893, 3826396; 301923, 3826396; 301923, 3826366; 302073, 3826366; 
302073, 3826396; 302313, 3826396; 302313, 3826366; 302403, 3826366; 
302403, 3826396; 302433, 3826396; 302433, 3826426; 302403, 3826426; 
302403, 3826546; 302493, 3826546; 302493, 3826516; 302583, 3826516; 
302583, 3826396; 302553, 3826396; 302553, 3826276; 302583, 3826276; 
302583, 3826246; 302613, 3826246; 302613, 3826216; 302733, 3826216; 
302733, 3826186; 302823, 3826186; 302823, 3826216; 302883, 3826216; 
302883, 3826246; 302913, 3826246; 302913, 3826276; 302943, 3826276; 
302943, 3826306; 302973, 3826306; 302973, 3826336; 303003, 3826336; 
303003, 3826366; 303033, 3826366; 303033, 3826396; 303093, 3826396; 
303093, 3826426; 303123, 3826426; 303123, 3826456; 303363, 3826456; 
303363, 3826486; 303423, 3826486; 303423, 3826426; 303453, 3826426; 
303453, 3826306; 303483, 3826306; 303483, 3826276; 303513, 3826276; 
303513, 3826246; 303573, 3826246; 303573, 3826216; 303693, 3826216; 
303693, 3826186; 303753, 3826186; 303753, 3826156; 303813, 3826156; 
303813, 3826126; 303903, 3826126; 303903, 3826096; 303933, 3826096; 
303933, 3826156; 303993, 3826156; 303993, 3826216; 304053, 3826216; 
304053, 3826246; 304083, 3826246; 304083, 3826306; 304113, 3826306; 
304113, 3826396; 304143, 3826396; 304143, 3826426; 304173, 3826426; 
304173, 3826486; 304203, 3826486; 304203, 3826546; 304173, 3826546; 
304173, 3826636; 304203, 3826636; 304203, 3826666; 304233, 3826666; 
304233, 3826696; 304263, 3826696; 304263, 3826726; 304323, 3826726; 
304323, 3826756; 304353, 3826756; 304353, 3826786; 304383, 3826786; 
304383, 3826756; 304533, 3826756; 304533, 3826786; 304563, 3826786; 
304563, 3826756; 304653, 3826756; 304653, 3826696; 304713, 3826696; 
304713, 3826666; 304743, 3826666; 304743, 3826636; 304773, 3826636; 
304773, 3826576; 304923, 3826576; 304923, 3826546; 304953, 3826546; 
304953, 3826516; 304983, 3826516; 304983, 3826486; 305073, 3826486; 
305073, 3826456; 305103, 3826456; 305103, 3826426; 305133, 3826426; 
305133, 3826396; 305163, 3826396; 305163, 3826336; 305283, 3826336; 
305283, 3826306; 305313, 3826306; 305313, 3826366; 305343, 3826366; 
305343, 3826396; 305493, 3826396; 305493, 3826426; 305523, 3826426; 
305523, 3826396; 305643, 3826396; 305643, 3826366; 305793, 3826366; 
305793, 3826396; 305823, 3826396; 305823, 3826366; 305853, 3826366; 
305853, 3826276; 305913, 3826276; 305913, 3826246; 305943, 3826246; 
305943, 3826216; 305973, 3826216; 305973, 3826276; 306123, 3826276; 
306123, 3826306; 306153, 3826306; 306153, 3826336; 306243, 3826336; 
306243, 3826366; 306453, 3826366; 306453, 3826396; 306513, 3826396; 
306513, 3826456; 306543, 3826456; 306543, 3826396; 306603, 3826396; 
306603, 3826426; 306723, 3826426; 306723, 3826396; 306783, 3826396; 
306783, 3826366; 306903, 3826366; 306903, 3826336; 306993, 3826336; 
306993, 3826306; 307023, 3826306; 307023, 3826336; 307083, 3826336; 
307083, 3826366; 307113, 3826366; 307113, 3826426; 307173, 3826426; 
307173, 3826486; 307203, 3826486; 307203, 3826576; 307263, 3826576; 
307263, 3826546; 307293, 3826546; 307293, 3826516; 307353, 3826516; 
307353, 3826546; 307383, 3826546; 307383, 3826576; 307503, 3826576; 
307503, 3826606; 307653, 3826606; 307653, 3826576; 307713, 3826576; 
307713, 3826546; 307743, 3826546; 307743, 3826516; 307773, 3826516; 
307773, 3826486; 307803, 3826486; 307803, 3826456; 307863, 3826456; 
307863, 3826396; 307953, 3826396; 307953, 3826366; 308073, 3826366; 
308073, 3826396; 308133, 3826396; 308133, 3826426; 308163, 3826426; 
308163, 3826456; 308193, 3826456; 308193, 3826486; 308223, 3826486; 
308223, 3826516; 308253, 3826516; 308253, 3826546; 308283, 3826546; 
308283, 3826576; 308313, 3826576; 308313, 3826606; 308373, 3826606; 
308373, 3826636; 308403, 3826636; 308403, 3826606; 308493, 3826606; 
308493, 3826576; 308583, 3826576; 308583, 3826546; 308673, 3826546; 
308673, 3826516; 308823, 3826516; 308823, 3826486; 309033, 3826486; 
309033, 3826456; 309093, 3826456; 309093, 3826426; 309123, 3826426; 
309123, 3826396; 309183, 3826396; 309183, 3826366; 309213, 3826366; 
309213, 3826336; 309243, 3826336; 309243, 3826246; 309273, 3826246; 
309273, 3826066; 309243, 3826066; 309243, 3825886; 309303, 3825886; 
309303, 3825916; 309333, 3825916; 309333, 3825946; 309363, 3825946; 
309363, 3825976; 309393, 3825976; 309393, 3825946; 309423, 3825946; 
309423, 3825976; 309513, 3825976; 309513, 3825946; 309663, 3825946; 
309663, 3825976; 309753, 3825976; 309753, 3825946; 309843, 3825946; 
309843, 3825976; 309873, 3825976; 309873, 3826096; 309843, 3826096; 
309843, 3826126; 309813, 3826126; 309813, 3826156; 309963, 3826156; 
309963, 3826126; 309993, 3826126; 309993, 3826066; 309963, 3826066; 
309963, 3826006; 309993, 3826006; 309993, 3825976; 310023, 3825976; 
310023, 3825946; 310053, 3825946; 310053, 3826036; 310083, 3826036; 
310083, 3826066; 310143, 3826066; 310143, 3826036; 310173, 3826036; 
310173, 3826156; 310203, 3826156; 310203, 3826246; 310233, 3826246; 
310233, 3826306; 310263, 3826306; 310263, 3826336; 310293, 3826336; 
310293, 3826366; 310353, 3826366; 310353, 3826396; 310533, 3826396; 
310533, 3826366; 310563, 3826366; 310563, 3826456; 310593, 3826456; 
310593, 3826516; 310623, 3826516; 310623, 3826546; 310653, 3826546; 
310653, 3826636; 310683, 3826636; 310683, 3826696; 310713, 3826696; 
310713, 3826726; 310743, 3826726; 310743, 3826756; 310773, 3826756; 
310773, 3826816; 310833, 3826816; 310833, 3826936; 310803, 3826936;

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310803, 3826966; 310923, 3826966; 310923, 3826996; 311043, 3826996; 
311043, 3827026; 311373, 3827026; 311373, 3826966; 311403, 3826966; 
311403, 3826846; 311433, 3826846; 311433, 3826786; 311463, 3826786; 
311463, 3826816; 311493, 3826816; 311493, 3827056; 311523, 3827056; 
311523, 3827116; 311553, 3827116; 311553, 3827146; 311613, 3827146; 
311613, 3827176; 311733, 3827176; 311733, 3827146; 311763, 3827146; 
311763, 3827116; 311793, 3827116; 311793, 3827086; 311853, 3827086; 
311853, 3827026; 311883, 3827026; 311883, 3826966; 311913, 3826966; 
311913, 3826936; 311943, 3826936; 311943, 3826906; 312033, 3826906; 
312033, 3826876; 312063, 3826876; 312063, 3826846; 312093, 3826846; 
312093, 3826816; 312123, 3826816; 312123, 3826786; 312153, 3826786; 
312153, 3826816; 312213, 3826816; 312213, 3826786; 312243, 3826786; 
312243, 3826816; 312273, 3826816; 312273, 3826966; 312243, 3826966; 
312243, 3826996; 312213, 3826996; 312213, 3827026; 312183, 3827026; 
312183, 3827056; 312153, 3827056; 312153, 3827086; 312123, 3827086; 
312123, 3827146; 312093, 3827146; 312093, 3827176; 312063, 3827176; 
312063, 3827206; 312033, 3827206; 312033, 3827326; 312003, 3827326; 
312003, 3827476; 311973, 3827476; 311973, 3827566; 312003, 3827566; 
312003, 3827656; 312033, 3827656; 312033, 3827686; 312093, 3827686; 
312093, 3827716; 312213, 3827716; 312213, 3827746; 312363, 3827746; 
312363, 3827776; 312423, 3827776; 312423, 3827806; 312513, 3827806; 
312513, 3827776; 312693, 3827776; 312693, 3827746; 312783, 3827746; 
312783, 3827716; 312873, 3827716; 312873, 3827686; 312903, 3827686; 
312903, 3827656; 313023, 3827656; 313023, 3827626; 313083, 3827626; 
313083, 3827596; 313143, 3827596; 313143, 3827566; 313173, 3827566; 
313173, 3827536; 313203, 3827536; 313203, 3827476; 313233, 3827476; 
313233, 3827416; 313263, 3827416; 313263, 3827386; 313323, 3827386; 
313323, 3827326; 313353, 3827326; 313353, 3827356; 313383, 3827356; 
313383, 3827386; 313413, 3827386; 313413, 3827416; 313443, 3827416; 
313443, 3827446; 313563, 3827446; 313563, 3827416; 313743, 3827416; 
313743, 3827446; 313893, 3827446; 313893, 3827416; 314043, 3827416; 
314043, 3827476; 314073, 3827476; 314073, 3827446; 314133, 3827446; 
314133, 3827416; 314193, 3827416; 314193, 3827386; 314253, 3827386; 
314253, 3827416; 314643, 3827416; 314643, 3827386; 314763, 3827386; 
314763, 3827416; 314793, 3827416; 314793, 3827386; 314913, 3827386; 
314913, 3827416; 315003, 3827416; 315003, 3827476; 315033, 3827476; 
315033, 3827596; 315123, 3827596; 315123, 3827656; 315153, 3827656; 
315153, 3827716; 315183, 3827716; 315183, 3827806; 315213, 3827806; 
315213, 3827836; 315243, 3827836; 315243, 3827866; 315273, 3827866; 
315273, 3827896; 315363, 3827896; 315363, 3827926; 315393, 3827926; 
315393, 3827896; 315543, 3827896; 315543, 3827866; 315693, 3827866; 
315693, 3827836; 315753, 3827836; 315753, 3827806; 315843, 3827806; 
315843, 3827776; 315873, 3827776; 315873, 3827746; 315903, 3827746; 
315903, 3827716; 315933, 3827716; 315933, 3827566; 315963, 3827566; 
315963, 3827536; 316053, 3827536; 316053, 3827506; 316143, 3827506; 
316143, 3827476; 316203, 3827476; 316203, 3827416; 316233, 3827416; 
316233, 3827356; 316263, 3827356; 316263, 3827326; 316293, 3827326; 
316293, 3827296; 316383, 3827296; 316383, 3827266; 316413, 3827266; 
316413, 3827236; 316563, 3827236; 316563, 3827206; 316623, 3827206; 
316623, 3827236; 316683, 3827236; 316683, 3827266; 316713, 3827266; 
316713, 3827416; 316683, 3827416; 316683, 3827626; 316713, 3827626; 
316713, 3827716; 316743, 3827716; 316743, 3827776; 316803, 3827776; 
316803, 3827896; 316833, 3827896; 316833, 3827956; 316863, 3827956; 
316863, 3827986; 316893, 3827986; 316893, 3828046; 316923, 3828046; 
316923, 3828106; 317193, 3828106; 317193, 3828136; 317283, 3828136; 
317283, 3828106; 317373, 3828106; 317373, 3828076; 317403, 3828076; 
317403, 3828046; 317433, 3828046; 317433, 3828016; 317463, 3828016; 
317463, 3827956; 317493, 3827956; 317493, 3827926; 317523, 3827926; 
317523, 3827896; 317553, 3827896; 317553, 3827866; 317643, 3827866; 
317643, 3827806; 317673, 3827806; 317673, 3827776; 317763, 3827776; 
317763, 3827806; 317793, 3827806; 317793, 3827866; 317673, 3827866; 
317673, 3827896; 317643, 3827896; 317643, 3827986; 317793, 3827986; 
317793, 3828016; 317853, 3828016; 317853, 3828046; 317883, 3828046; 
317883, 3828076; 317913, 3828076; 317913, 3828106; 317943, 3828106; 
317943, 3828136; 317973, 3828136; 317973, 3828166; 318273, 3828166; 
318273, 3828136; 318363, 3828136; 318363, 3828106; 318423, 3828106; 
318423, 3828076; 318483, 3828076; 318483, 3828016; 318513, 3828016; 
318513, 3827986; 318543, 3827986; 318543, 3827956; 318603, 3827956; 
318603, 3827926; 318663, 3827926; 318663, 3827896; 318693, 3827896; 
318693, 3827866; 318723, 3827866; 318723, 3827836; 318753, 3827836; 
318753, 3827776; 318783, 3827776; 318783, 3827716; 318813, 3827716; 
318813, 3827536; 318843, 3827536; 318843, 3827506; 318873, 3827506; 
318873, 3827476; 318993, 3827476; 318993, 3827506; 319023, 3827506; 
319023, 3827536; 319053, 3827536; 319053, 3827686; 319083, 3827686; 
319083, 3827776; 319113, 3827776; 319113, 3827836; 319143, 3827836; 
319143, 3827866; 319173, 3827866; 319173, 3827896; 319203, 3827896; 
319203, 3827926; 319383, 3827926; 319383, 3827896; 319413, 3827896; 
319413, 3827866; 319443, 3827866; 319443, 3827806; 319473, 3827806; 
319473, 3827746; 319503, 3827746; 319503, 3827656; 319533, 3827656; 
319533, 3827446; 319653, 3827446; 319653, 3827476; 319743, 3827476; 
319743, 3827506; 319773, 3827506; 319773, 3827476; 319863, 3827476; 
319863, 3827416; 319893, 3827416; 319893, 3827296; 319863, 3827296; 
319863, 3827116; 319893, 3827116; 319893, 3827056; 319923, 3827056; 
319923, 3827026; 319983, 3827026; 319983, 3826996; 320103, 3826996; 
320103, 3826966; 320163, 3826966; 320163, 3826936; 320223, 3826936; 
320223, 3826906; 320283, 3826906; 320283, 3826876; 320313, 3826876; 
320313, 3826846; 320343, 3826846; 320343, 3826816; 320373, 3826816; 
320373, 3826756; 320403, 3826756; 320403, 3826696; 320433, 3826696; 
320433, 3826666; 320493, 3826666; 320493, 3826636; 320523, 3826636; 
320523, 3826606; 320703, 3826606; 320703, 3826636; 320733, 3826636; 
320733, 3826606; 320763, 3826606; 320763, 3826546; 320793, 3826546; 
320793, 3826486; 320823, 3826486; 320823, 3826366; 320793, 3826366; 
320793, 3826336; 320763, 3826336; 320763, 3826306; 320733, 3826306; 
320733, 3826276; 320703, 3826276; 320703, 3826426; 320673, 3826426; 
320673, 3826456; 320613, 3826456; 320613, 3826486; 320553, 3826486; 
320553, 3826516; 320463, 3826516; 320463, 3826546; 320433, 3826546; 
320433, 3826576; 320403, 3826576; 320403, 3826606; 320373, 3826606; 
320373, 3826636; 320343, 3826636; 320343, 3826696; 320313, 3826696; 
320313, 3826726; 320283, 3826726; 320283, 3826756; 320223, 3826756; 
320223, 3826786; 320163, 3826786; 320163, 3826816; 319923, 3826816; 
319923, 3826846; 319863, 3826846; 319863, 3826876; 319833, 3826876; 
319833, 3826906; 319773, 3826906; 319773, 3826936; 319743, 3826936;

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319743, 3827116; 319713, 3827116; 319713, 3827266; 319653, 3827266; 
319653, 3827296; 319623, 3827296; 319623, 3827266; 319503, 3827266; 
319503, 3827236; 319473, 3827236; 319473, 3827266; 319413, 3827266; 
319413, 3827326; 319383, 3827326; 319383, 3827386; 319353, 3827386; 
319353, 3827536; 319323, 3827536; 319323, 3827596; 319293, 3827596; 
319293, 3827626; 319263, 3827626; 319263, 3827656; 319203, 3827656; 
319203, 3827446; 319173, 3827446; 319173, 3827356; 319143, 3827356; 
319143, 3827326; 319113, 3827326; 319113, 3827296; 319083, 3827296; 
319083, 3827266; 318933, 3827266; 318933, 3827296; 318813, 3827296; 
318813, 3827326; 318783, 3827326; 318783, 3827386; 318753, 3827386; 
318753, 3827416; 318723, 3827416; 318723, 3827446; 318693, 3827446; 
318693, 3827506; 318663, 3827506; 318663, 3827596; 318633, 3827596; 
318633, 3827626; 318573, 3827626; 318573, 3827656; 318543, 3827656; 
318543, 3827686; 318513, 3827686; 318513, 3827716; 318483, 3827716; 
318483, 3827746; 318453, 3827746; 318453, 3827776; 318423, 3827776; 
318423, 3827806; 318393, 3827806; 318393, 3827836; 318303, 3827836; 
318303, 3827866; 318273, 3827866; 318273, 3827896; 318243, 3827896; 
318243, 3827926; 318213, 3827926; 318213, 3827956; 318183, 3827956; 
318183, 3827986; 318123, 3827986; 318123, 3827956; 318063, 3827956; 
318063, 3827926; 318033, 3827926; 318033, 3827896; 318003, 3827896; 
318003, 3827866; 317973, 3827866; 317973, 3827746; 318003, 3827746; 
318003, 3827656; 317913, 3827656; 317913, 3827626; 317853, 3827626; 
317853, 3827596; 317793, 3827596; 317793, 3827566; 317523, 3827566; 
317523, 3827596; 317463, 3827596; 317463, 3827626; 317403, 3827626; 
317403, 3827656; 317373, 3827656; 317373, 3827686; 317343, 3827686; 
317343, 3827716; 317313, 3827716; 317313, 3827746; 317163, 3827746; 
317163, 3827776; 317043, 3827776; 317043, 3827746; 316983, 3827746; 
316983, 3827716; 316923, 3827716; 316923, 3827686; 316893, 3827686; 
316893, 3827656; 316863, 3827656; 316863, 3827506; 316833, 3827506; 
316833, 3827326; 316863, 3827326; 316863, 3827266; 316833, 3827266; 
316833, 3827176; 316803, 3827176; 316803, 3827146; 316773, 3827146; 
316773, 3827116; 316713, 3827116; 316713, 3827086; 316593, 3827086; 
316593, 3827056; 316563, 3827056; 316563, 3827086; 316383, 3827086; 
316383, 3827116; 316263, 3827116; 316263, 3827176; 316203, 3827176; 
316203, 3827206; 316173, 3827206; 316173, 3827236; 316143, 3827236; 
316143, 3827266; 316083, 3827266; 316083, 3827296; 315993, 3827296; 
315993, 3827326; 315903, 3827326; 315903, 3827356; 315783, 3827356; 
315783, 3827416; 315753, 3827416; 315753, 3827446; 315723, 3827446; 
315723, 3827476; 315693, 3827476; 315693, 3827506; 315663, 3827506; 
315663, 3827536; 315633, 3827536; 315633, 3827566; 315603, 3827566; 
315603, 3827596; 315543, 3827596; 315543, 3827626; 315453, 3827626; 
315453, 3827596; 315423, 3827596; 315423, 3827566; 315393, 3827566; 
315393, 3827506; 315363, 3827506; 315363, 3827446; 315333, 3827446; 
315333, 3827416; 315303, 3827416; 315303, 3827386; 315243, 3827386; 
315243, 3827356; 315213, 3827356; 315213, 3827326; 315153, 3827326; 
315153, 3827296; 315123, 3827296; 315123, 3827266; 315033, 3827266; 
315033, 3827236; 314973, 3827236; 314973, 3827206; 314403, 3827206; 
314403, 3827176; 314343, 3827176; 314343, 3827146; 314253, 3827146; 
314253, 3827116; 314223, 3827116; 314223, 3827086; 314193, 3827086; 
314193, 3827056; 314163, 3827056; 314163, 3827086; 314133, 3827086; 
314133, 3827116; 314103, 3827116; 314103, 3827146; 314073, 3827146; 
314073, 3827116; 314013, 3827116; 314013, 3827086; 313983, 3827086; 
313983, 3827026; 313953, 3827026; 313953, 3827056; 313923, 3827056; 
313923, 3827086; 313893, 3827086; 313893, 3827146; 313803, 3827146; 
313803, 3827116; 313773, 3827116; 313773, 3827146; 313743, 3827146; 
313743, 3827176; 313713, 3827176; 313713, 3827206; 313653, 3827206; 
313653, 3827176; 313593, 3827176; 313593, 3827146; 313563, 3827146; 
313563, 3827116; 313503, 3827116; 313503, 3827086; 313413, 3827086; 
313413, 3827056; 313323, 3827056; 313323, 3827026; 313263, 3827026; 
313263, 3827056; 313173, 3827056; 313173, 3827086; 313113, 3827086; 
313113, 3827116; 313083, 3827116; 313083, 3827146; 313053, 3827146; 
313053, 3827176; 313023, 3827176; 313023, 3827236; 312993, 3827236; 
312993, 3827356; 312963, 3827356; 312963, 3827386; 312933, 3827386; 
312933, 3827416; 312903, 3827416; 312903, 3827446; 312843, 3827446; 
312843, 3827476; 312723, 3827476; 312723, 3827506; 312483, 3827506; 
312483, 3827536; 312333, 3827536; 312333, 3827506; 312243, 3827506; 
312243, 3827476; 312213, 3827476; 312213, 3827446; 312273, 3827446; 
312273, 3827416; 312303, 3827416; 312303, 3827356; 312333, 3827356; 
312333, 3827266; 312303, 3827266; 312303, 3827176; 312333, 3827176; 
312333, 3827116; 312363, 3827116; 312363, 3827086; 312393, 3827086; 
312393, 3827056; 312423, 3827056; 312423, 3827026; 312453, 3827026; 
312453, 3826966; 312483, 3826966; 312483, 3826816; 312453, 3826816; 
312453, 3826696; 312423, 3826696; 312423, 3826666; 312273, 3826666; 
312273, 3826636; 312033, 3826636; 312033, 3826666; 312003, 3826666; 
312003, 3826696; 311973, 3826696; 311973, 3826726; 311913, 3826726; 
311913, 3826756; 311883, 3826756; 311883, 3826786; 311853, 3826786; 
311853, 3826816; 311793, 3826816; 311793, 3826846; 311733, 3826846; 
311733, 3826666; 311703, 3826666; 311703, 3826606; 311673, 3826606; 
311673, 3826486; 311613, 3826486; 311613, 3826516; 311343, 3826516; 
311343, 3826546; 311313, 3826546; 311313, 3826606; 311283, 3826606; 
311283, 3826636; 311253, 3826636; 311253, 3826696; 311223, 3826696; 
311223, 3826816; 311073, 3826816; 311073, 3826786; 311013, 3826786; 
311013, 3826756; 310983, 3826756; 310983, 3826696; 310953, 3826696; 
310953, 3826666; 310923, 3826666; 310923, 3826606; 310893, 3826606; 
310893, 3826576; 310863, 3826576; 310863, 3826546; 310833, 3826546; 
310833, 3826486; 310803, 3826486; 310803, 3826426; 310773, 3826426; 
310773, 3826366; 310743, 3826366; 310743, 3826336; 310713, 3826336; 
310713, 3826186; 310683, 3826186; 310683, 3826156; 310623, 3826156; 
310623, 3826126; 310593, 3826126; 310593, 3826096; 310563, 3826096; 
310563, 3826066; 310473, 3826066; 310473, 3826036; 310413, 3826036; 
310413, 3826006; 310353, 3826006; 310353, 3825946; 310383, 3825946; 
310383, 3825886; 310413, 3825886; 310413, 3825856; 310383, 3825856; 
310383, 3825826; 310353, 3825826; 310353, 3825796; 310323, 3825796; 
310323, 3825766; 310263, 3825766; 310263, 3825736; 309993, 3825736; 
309993, 3825676; 309963, 3825676; 309963, 3825736; 309933, 3825736; 
309933, 3825766; 309903, 3825766; 309903, 3825796; 309753, 3825796; 
309753, 3825766; 309573, 3825766; 309573, 3825736; 309453, 3825736; 
309453, 3825706; 309333, 3825706; 309333, 3825676; 309243, 3825676; 
309243, 3825706; 309093, 3825706; 309093, 3825736; 309063, 3825736; 
309063, 3825826; 309033, 3825826; 309033, 3826006; 309063, 3826006; 
309063, 3826126; 309033, 3826126; 309033, 3826156; 309003, 3826156; 
309003, 3826216; 308973, 3826216; 308973, 3826246; 308943, 3826246;

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308943, 3826276; 308883, 3826276; 308883, 3826306; 308763, 3826306; 
308763, 3826276; 308523, 3826276; 308523, 3826246; 308193, 3826246; 
308193, 3826216; 308103, 3826216; 308103, 3826186; 308043, 3826186; 
308043, 3826156; 307923, 3826156; 307923, 3826186; 307833, 3826186; 
307833, 3826216; 307773, 3826216; 307773, 3826246; 307713, 3826246; 
307713, 3826276; 307563, 3826276; 307563, 3826306; 307353, 3826306; 
307353, 3826276; 307323, 3826276; 307323, 3826246; 307293, 3826246; 
307293, 3826216; 307263, 3826216; 307263, 3826186; 307233, 3826186; 
307233, 3826156; 307143, 3826156; 307143, 3826126; 307113, 3826126; 
307113, 3826096; 307083, 3826096; 307083, 3826066; 307053, 3826066; 
307053, 3826036; 307023, 3826036; 307023, 3826006; 306933, 3826006; 
306933, 3825976; 306903, 3825976; 306903, 3825946; 306873, 3825946; 
306873, 3825916; 306783, 3825916; 306783, 3825976; 306723, 3825976; 
306723, 3826006; 306543, 3826006; 306543, 3826036; 306423, 3826036; 
306423, 3826066; 306303, 3826066; 306303, 3826096; 306243, 3826096; 
306243, 3826066; 306213, 3826066; 306213, 3826006; 306123, 3826006; 
306123, 3825976; 306003, 3825976; 306003, 3825946; 305853, 3825946; 
305853, 3825916; 305673, 3825916; 305673, 3825946; 305583, 3825946; 
305583, 3825976; 305493, 3825976; 305493, 3826006; 305343, 3826006; 
305343, 3825976; 305313, 3825976; 305313, 3826006; 305283, 3826006; 
305283, 3826036; 305193, 3826036; 305193, 3826066; 305013, 3826066; 
305013, 3826096; 304983, 3826096; 304983, 3826126; 304833, 3826126; 
304833, 3826156; 304803, 3826156; 304803, 3826186; 304773, 3826186; 
304773, 3826246; 304713, 3826246; 304713, 3826276; 304683, 3826276; 
304683, 3826366; 304653, 3826366; 304653, 3826396; 304593, 3826396; 
304593, 3826456; 304563, 3826456; 304563, 3826486; 304533, 3826486; 
304533, 3826516; 304503, 3826516; 304503, 3826456; 304413, 3826456; 
304413, 3826396; 304383, 3826396; 304383, 3826216; 304353, 3826216; 
304353, 3826066; 304323, 3826066; 304323, 3826036; 304293, 3826036; 
304293, 3825976; 304263, 3825976; 304263, 3825916; 304173, 3825916; 
304173, 3825886; 304083, 3825886; 304083, 3825856; 304053, 3825856; 
304053, 3825826; 303993, 3825826; 303993, 3825796; 303963, 3825796; 
303963, 3825826; 303753, 3825826; 303753, 3825856; 303663, 3825856; 
303663, 3825886; 303573, 3825886; 303573, 3825916; 303543, 3825916; 
303543, 3825946; 303453, 3825946; 303453, 3825976; 303423, 3825976; 
303423, 3826006; 303363, 3826006; 303363, 3826036; 303333, 3826036; 
303333, 3826066; 303243, 3826066; 303243, 3826096; 303183, 3826096; 
303183, 3826066; 303093, 3826066; 303093, 3826036; 303063, 3826036; 
303063, 3826006; 302943, 3826006; 302943, 3825976; 302763, 3825976; 
302763, 3825946; 302703, 3825946; 302703, 3825916; 302523, 3825916; 
302523, 3825946; 302493, 3825946; 302493, 3825976; 302463, 3825976; 
302463, 3826006; 302433, 3826006; 302433, 3826036; 302373, 3826036; 
302373, 3826066; 302343, 3826066; 302343, 3826096; 302283, 3826096; 
302283, 3826126; 302223, 3826126; 302223, 3826156; 302043, 3826156; 
302043, 3826186; 301803, 3826186; 301803, 3826216; 301593, 3826216; 
301593, 3826186; 301503, 3826186; 301503, 3826246; 301533, 3826246; 
301533, 3826276; 301503, 3826276; 301503, 3826306; 301473, 3826306; 
301473, 3826336; 301413, 3826336; 301413, 3826366; 301383, 3826366; 
301383, 3826426; 301233, 3826426; 301233, 3826396; 301143, 3826396; 
301143, 3826426; 300993, 3826426; 300993, 3826396; 300903, 3826396; 
300903, 3826366; 300843, 3826366; 300843, 3826336; 300663, 3826336; 
300663, 3826306; 300573, 3826306; 300573, 3826276; 300483, 3826276; 
300483, 3826306; 300393, 3826306; 300393, 3826276; 300363, 3826276; 
300363, 3826246; 300303, 3826246; 300303, 3826216; 300243, 3826216; 
300243, 3826186; 300183, 3826186; 300183, 3826156; 300093, 3826156; 
300093, 3826126; 300003, 3826126; 300003, 3826096; 299973, 3826096; 
299973, 3826066; 299913, 3826066; 299913, 3826036; 299883, 3826036; 
299883, 3826006; 299853, 3826006; 299853, 3825976; 299823, 3825976; 
299823, 3825946; 299763, 3825946; 299763, 3825916; 299703, 3825916; 
299703, 3825886; 299553, 3825886; 299553, 3825916; 299493, 3825916; 
299493, 3825946; 299463, 3825946; 299463, 3825976; 299433, 3825976; 
299433, 3826006; 299373, 3826006; 299373, 3826096; 299343, 3826096; 
299343, 3826066; 299223, 3826066; 299223, 3826036; 299103, 3826036; 
299103, 3826006; 299043, 3826006; 299043, 3826036; 298923, 3826036; 
298923, 3826066; 298863, 3826066; 298863, 3826096; 298803, 3826096; 
298803, 3826126; 298713, 3826126; 298713, 3826096; 298623, 3826096; 
298623, 3826066; 298503, 3826066; 298503, 3826036; 298383, 3826036; 
298383, 3826006; 298353, 3826006; 298353, 3825976; 298293, 3825976; 
298293, 3825946; 298233, 3825946; 298233, 3825916; 298173, 3825916; 
298173, 3825886; 297993, 3825886; 297993, 3825856; 297903, 3825856; 
297903, 3825826; 297483, 3825826; 297483, 3825796; 297453, 3825796; 
297453, 3825766; 297423, 3825766; 297423, 3825736; 297393, 3825736; 
297393, 3825676; 297363, 3825676; 297363, 3825616; 297333, 3825616; 
297333, 3825556; 297273, 3825556; 297273, 3825676; 297243, 3825676; 
297243, 3825736; 297273, 3825736; 297273, 3825796; 297243, 3825796; 
297243, 3825826; 297213, 3825826; 297213, 3825856; 297183, 3825856; 
297183, 3825886; 297153, 3825886; 297153, 3825916; 297123, 3825916; 
297123, 3825946; 297093, 3825946; 297093, 3825976; 297063, 3825976; 
297063, 3826006; 296973, 3826006; 296973, 3825946; 296943, 3825946; 
296943, 3825706; 296913, 3825706; 296913, 3825676; 296883, 3825676; 
296883, 3825646; 296853, 3825646; 296853, 3825616; 296763, 3825616; 
296763, 3825586; 296673, 3825586; 296673, 3825616; 296613, 3825616; 
296613, 3825646; 296553, 3825646; 296553, 3825676; 296523, 3825676; 
296523, 3825706; 296463, 3825706; 296463, 3825736; 296433, 3825736; 
296433, 3825766; 296403, 3825766; 296403, 3825826; 296373, 3825826; 
296373, 3825856; 296343, 3825856; 296343, 3825886; 296313, 3825886; 
296313, 3825916; 296283, 3825916; 296283, 3825946; 296253, 3825946; 
296253, 3825976; 296193, 3825976; 296193, 3826006; 296163, 3826006; 
296163, 3826036; 296043, 3826036; 296043, 3826006; 295983, 3826006; 
295983, 3826036; 295803, 3826036; 295803, 3826006; 295743, 3826006; 
295743, 3825976; 295653, 3825976; 295653, 3825946; 295623, 3825946; 
295623, 3825886; 295593, 3825886; 295593, 3825856; 295563, 3825856; 
295563, 3825886; 295473, 3825886; 295473, 3825856; 295413, 3825856; 
295413, 3825886; 295353, 3825886; 295353, 3825856; 295323, 3825856; 
295323, 3825826; 295263, 3825826; 295263, 3825796; 295173, 3825796; 
295173, 3825766; 295143, 3825766; 295143, 3825736; 295113, 3825736; 
295113, 3825706; 295083, 3825706; 295083, 3825676; 295053, 3825676; 
295053, 3825646; 295023, 3825646; 295023, 3825616; 294993, 3825616; 
294993, 3825586; 294963, 3825586; 294963, 3825466; 294903, 3825466; 
294903, 3825496; 294873, 3825496; 294873, 3825526; 294783, 3825526; 
294783, 3825556; 294723, 3825556; 294723, 3825586; 294633, 3825586; 
294633, 3825616; 294603, 3825616; 294603, 3825646; 294573, 3825646;

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294573, 3825676; 294543, 3825676; 294543, 3825706; 294483, 3825706; 
294483, 3825766; 294453, 3825766; 294453, 3825796; 294393, 3825796; 
294393, 3825856; 294363, 3825856; 294363, 3825886; 294303, 3825886; 
294303, 3825916; 294243, 3825916; 294243, 3825886; 294093, 3825886; 
294093, 3825946; 294063, 3825946; 294063, 3826006; 294033, 3826006; 
294033, 3826066; 294003, 3826066; 294003, 3826096; 293973, 3826096; 
293973, 3826126; 293943, 3826126; 293943, 3826156; 293913, 3826156; 
293913, 3826186; 293883, 3826186; 293883, 3826246; 293703, 3826246; 
293703, 3826216; 293643, 3826216; 293643, 3826186; 293523, 3826186; 
293523, 3826156; 293403, 3826156; 293403, 3826186; 293253, 3826186; 
293253, 3826156; 293223, 3826156; 293223, 3826186; 293073, 3826186; 
293073, 3826216; 292983, 3826216; 292983, 3826186; 292893, 3826186; 
292893, 3826156; 292863, 3826156; 292863, 3826126; 292833, 3826126; 
292833, 3826096; 292683, 3826096; 292683, 3826066; 292353, 3826066; 
292353, 3826096; 292203, 3826096; 292203, 3826066; 292083, 3826066; 
292083, 3826096; 291993, 3826096; 291993, 3826126; 291963, 3826126; 
291963, 3826156; 291933, 3826156; 291933, 3826216; 291903, 3826216; 
291903, 3826246; 291873, 3826246; 291873, 3826276; 291813, 3826276; 
291813, 3826336; 291843, 3826336; 291843, 3826396; 291813, 3826396; 
291813, 3826426; 291663, 3826426; 291663, 3826456; 291573, 3826456; 
291573, 3826486; 291543, 3826486; 291543, 3826516; 291513, 3826516; 
291513, 3826576; 291483, 3826576; 291483, 3826606; 291423, 3826606; 
291423, 3826636; 291483, 3826636; 291483, 3826666; 291543, 3826666; 
291543, 3826636; 291573, 3826636; 291573, 3826606; 291633, 3826606; 
291633, 3826576; 291843, 3826576; 291843, 3826606; 291933, 3826606; 
291933, 3826636; 291993, 3826636; 291993, 3826666; 292053, 3826666; 
292053, 3826696; 292143, 3826696; 292143, 3826726; 292173, 3826726; 
292173, 3826816; 292143, 3826816; 292143, 3826846; 292083, 3826846; 
292083, 3826876; 292053, 3826876; 292053, 3826906; 292023, 3826906; 
292023, 3826966; 291993, 3826966; 291993, 3827026; 291963, 3827026; 
291963, 3827086; 291993, 3827086; 291993, 3827146; 292023, 3827146; 
292023, 3827206; 292053, 3827206; 292053, 3827236; 292083, 3827236; 
292083, 3827266; 292143, 3827266; 292143, 3827296; 292203, 3827296; 
292203, 3827326; 292293, 3827326; 292293, 3827356; 292353, 3827356; 
292353, 3827386; 292383, 3827386; 292383, 3827416; 292413, 3827416; 
292413, 3827446; 292443, 3827446; 292443, 3827476; 292473, 3827476; 
292473, 3827506; 292503, 3827506; 292503, 3827596; 292533, 3827596; 
292533, 3827746; 292503, 3827746; 292503, 3827776; 292473, 3827776; 
292473, 3827806; 292413, 3827806; 292413, 3827866; 292533, 3827866; 
292533, 3827896; 292593, 3827896; 292593, 3827926; 292623, 3827926; 
292623, 3827956; 292653, 3827956; 292653, 3827986; 292683, 3827986; 
292683, 3828106; 292653, 3828106; 292653, 3828136; 292623, 3828136; 
292623, 3828196; 292593, 3828196; 292593, 3828226; 292563, 3828226; 
292563, 3828286; 292593, 3828286; 292593, 3828316; 292653, 3828316; 
292653, 3828346; 292683, 3828346; 292683, 3828376; 292713, 3828376; 
292713, 3828406; 292773, 3828406; 292773, 3828436; 292863, 3828436; 
292863, 3828466; 292893, 3828466; 292893, 3828526; returning to 292923, 
3828526.
    (ii) Note: Map of Unit 4 is provided at paragraph (10)(iii) of this 
entry.
    (10) Unit 5: Piru Creek, Ventura and Los Angeles Counties, 
California.
    (i) Subunit 5a: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Lockwood Valley, 
Alamo Mtn., and Black Mtn., land upstream from Pyramid Lake bounded by 
the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 319293, 3842776; 319293, 3842746; 
319353, 3842746; 319353, 3842716; 319383, 3842716; 319383, 3842626; 
319413, 3842626; 319413, 3842536; 319443, 3842536; 319443, 3842506; 
319473, 3842506; 319473, 3842446; 319503, 3842446; 319503, 3842476; 
319533, 3842476; 319533, 3842536; 319623, 3842536; 319623, 3842506; 
319683, 3842506; 319683, 3842476; 319713, 3842476; 319713, 3842446; 
319773, 3842446; 319773, 3842476; 319803, 3842476; 319803, 3842536; 
319833, 3842536; 319833, 3842596; 319863, 3842596; 319863, 3842686; 
319923, 3842686; 319923, 3842716; 319953, 3842716; 319953, 3842746; 
320013, 3842746; 320013, 3842716; 320073, 3842716; 320073, 3842686; 
320103, 3842686; 320103, 3842626; 320163, 3842626; 320163, 3842656; 
320193, 3842656; 320193, 3842686; 320283, 3842686; 320283, 3842656; 
320313, 3842656; 320313, 3842686; 320403, 3842686; 320403, 3842716; 
320433, 3842716; 320433, 3842686; 320463, 3842686; 320463, 3842596; 
320523, 3842596; 320523, 3842566; 320613, 3842566; 320613, 3842596; 
320643, 3842596; 320643, 3842626; 320703, 3842626; 320703, 3842596; 
320733, 3842596; 320733, 3842566; 320793, 3842566; 320793, 3842506; 
320823, 3842506; 320823, 3842446; 320853, 3842446; 320853, 3842356; 
320883, 3842356; 320883, 3842326; 320913, 3842326; 320913, 3842296; 
320973, 3842296; 320973, 3842326; 321063, 3842326; 321063, 3842356; 
321123, 3842356; 321123, 3842386; 321153, 3842386; 321153, 3842356; 
321213, 3842356; 321213, 3842386; 321273, 3842386; 321273, 3842356; 
321363, 3842356; 321363, 3842326; 321693, 3842326; 321693, 3842356; 
321723, 3842356; 321723, 3842416; 321753, 3842416; 321753, 3842356; 
321783, 3842356; 321783, 3842326; 321903, 3842326; 321903, 3842296; 
321933, 3842296; 321933, 3842236; 321963, 3842236; 321963, 3842206; 
321993, 3842206; 321993, 3842236; 322053, 3842236; 322053, 3842266; 
322143, 3842266; 322143, 3842296; 322233, 3842296; 322233, 3842326; 
322293, 3842326; 322293, 3842356; 322353, 3842356; 322353, 3842326; 
322413, 3842326; 322413, 3842296; 322443, 3842296; 322443, 3842266; 
322473, 3842266; 322473, 3842206; 322503, 3842206; 322503, 3842086; 
322473, 3842086; 322473, 3842056; 322503, 3842056; 322503, 3841966; 
322563, 3841966; 322563, 3841936; 322623, 3841936; 322623, 3841906; 
322713, 3841906; 322713, 3841846; 322743, 3841846; 322743, 3841816; 
322773, 3841816; 322773, 3841726; 322833, 3841726; 322833, 3841696; 
322863, 3841696; 322863, 3841576; 322893, 3841576; 322893, 3841456; 
322953, 3841456; 322953, 3841426; 322983, 3841426; 322983, 3841276; 
323013, 3841276; 323013, 3841186; 323043, 3841186; 323043, 3841156; 
323103, 3841156; 323103, 3841126; 323223, 3841126; 323223, 3841096; 
323253, 3841096; 323253, 3841066; 323283, 3841066; 323283, 3841006; 
323313, 3841006; 323313, 3840976; 323373, 3840976; 323373, 3840886; 
323433, 3840886; 323433, 3840916; 323583, 3840916; 323583, 3840946; 
323613, 3840946; 323613, 3840976; 323673, 3840976; 323673, 3841006; 
323763, 3841006; 323763, 3841036; 323913, 3841036; 323913, 3841006; 
323973, 3841006; 323973, 3840976; 324033, 3840976; 324033, 3840946; 
324063, 3840946; 324063, 3840916; 324093, 3840916; 324093, 3840886; 
324243, 3840886; 324243, 3840916; 324363, 3840916; 324363, 3840946; 
324483, 3840946; 324483, 3840976; 324633, 3840976; 324633, 3840946; 
324783, 3840946; 324783, 3840916; 324843, 3840916; 324843, 3840886; 
324873, 3840886; 324873, 3840856; 324903, 3840856; 324903, 3840826; 
324933, 3840826; 324933, 3840736; 324963, 3840736; 324963, 3840646;

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324993, 3840646; 324993, 3840586; 325023, 3840586; 325023, 3840496; 
324993, 3840496; 324993, 3840466; 324963, 3840466; 324963, 3840436; 
324933, 3840436; 324933, 3840406; 324903, 3840406; 324903, 3840346; 
324873, 3840346; 324873, 3840316; 324963, 3840316; 324963, 3840286; 
324993, 3840286; 324993, 3840256; 325053, 3840256; 325053, 3840226; 
325173, 3840226; 325173, 3840196; 325233, 3840196; 325233, 3840166; 
325263, 3840166; 325263, 3840136; 325293, 3840136; 325293, 3840106; 
325383, 3840106; 325383, 3840166; 325533, 3840166; 325533, 3840196; 
325563, 3840196; 325563, 3840256; 325533, 3840256; 325533, 3840406; 
325563, 3840406; 325563, 3840436; 325593, 3840436; 325593, 3840466; 
325653, 3840466; 325653, 3840436; 325683, 3840436; 325683, 3840406; 
325713, 3840406; 325713, 3840376; 325803, 3840376; 325803, 3840406; 
325833, 3840406; 325833, 3840436; 325893, 3840436; 325893, 3840466; 
326013, 3840466; 326013, 3840496; 326073, 3840496; 326073, 3840526; 
326103, 3840526; 326103, 3840496; 326133, 3840496; 326133, 3840466; 
326163, 3840466; 326163, 3840436; 326193, 3840436; 326193, 3840406; 
326223, 3840406; 326223, 3840346; 326253, 3840346; 326253, 3840316; 
326283, 3840316; 326283, 3840106; 326253, 3840106; 326253, 3840046; 
326313, 3840046; 326313, 3840016; 326343, 3840016; 326343, 3840046; 
326373, 3840046; 326373, 3840076; 326403, 3840076; 326403, 3840106; 
326433, 3840106; 326433, 3840166; 326403, 3840166; 326403, 3840316; 
326463, 3840316; 326463, 3840376; 326523, 3840376; 326523, 3840406; 
326553, 3840406; 326553, 3840436; 326613, 3840436; 326613, 3840466; 
326703, 3840466; 326703, 3840436; 326823, 3840436; 326823, 3840406; 
326913, 3840406; 326913, 3840376; 326973, 3840376; 326973, 3840256; 
327003, 3840256; 327003, 3840196; 327033, 3840196; 327033, 3840256; 
327063, 3840256; 327063, 3840466; 327123, 3840466; 327123, 3840496; 
327153, 3840496; 327153, 3840526; 327273, 3840526; 327273, 3840496; 
327303, 3840496; 327303, 3840376; 327333, 3840376; 327333, 3840346; 
327393, 3840346; 327393, 3840376; 327453, 3840376; 327453, 3840406; 
327483, 3840406; 327483, 3840496; 327513, 3840496; 327513, 3840556; 
327543, 3840556; 327543, 3840586; 327603, 3840586; 327603, 3840616; 
327633, 3840616; 327633, 3840586; 327723, 3840586; 327723, 3840556; 
327753, 3840556; 327753, 3840586; 327783, 3840586; 327783, 3840646; 
327813, 3840646; 327813, 3840676; 327843, 3840676; 327843, 3840706; 
327873, 3840706; 327873, 3840736; 327903, 3840736; 327903, 3840766; 
327993, 3840766; 327993, 3840796; 328143, 3840796; 328143, 3840826; 
328293, 3840826; 328293, 3840886; 328323, 3840886; 328323, 3840916; 
328293, 3840916; 328293, 3840976; 328263, 3840976; 328263, 3841006; 
328233, 3841006; 328233, 3841036; 328203, 3841036; 328203, 3841126; 
328233, 3841126; 328233, 3841186; 328263, 3841186; 328263, 3841216; 
328293, 3841216; 328293, 3841246; 328323, 3841246; 328323, 3841276; 
328473, 3841276; 328473, 3841456; 328443, 3841456; 328443, 3841486; 
328413, 3841486; 328413, 3841546; 328533, 3841546; 328533, 3841576; 
328563, 3841576; 328563, 3841666; 328593, 3841666; 328593, 3841726; 
328623, 3841726; 328623, 3841756; 328683, 3841756; 328683, 3841786; 
328863, 3841786; 328863, 3841846; 328893, 3841846; 328893, 3841906; 
328923, 3841906; 328923, 3841936; 328953, 3841936; 328953, 3841966; 
328983, 3841966; 328983, 3841996; 329013, 3841996; 329013, 3841936; 
329043, 3841936; 329043, 3841906; 329073, 3841906; 329073, 3841786; 
329103, 3841786; 329103, 3841756; 329133, 3841756; 329133, 3841696; 
329103, 3841696; 329103, 3841666; 329073, 3841666; 329073, 3841606; 
329043, 3841606; 329043, 3841546; 329073, 3841546; 329073, 3841486; 
329103, 3841486; 329103, 3841426; 329133, 3841426; 329133, 3841396; 
329163, 3841396; 329163, 3841336; 329193, 3841336; 329193, 3841276; 
329253, 3841276; 329253, 3841216; 329283, 3841216; 329283, 3841066; 
329313, 3841066; 329313, 3841006; 329343, 3841006; 329343, 3840976; 
329373, 3840976; 329373, 3840946; 329403, 3840946; 329403, 3840916; 
329433, 3840916; 329433, 3840856; 329463, 3840856; 329463, 3840736; 
329493, 3840736; 329493, 3840706; 329523, 3840706; 329523, 3840736; 
329613, 3840736; 329613, 3840766; 329643, 3840766; 329643, 3840796; 
329673, 3840796; 329673, 3840826; 329763, 3840826; 329763, 3840856; 
329883, 3840856; 329883, 3840766; 329913, 3840766; 329913, 3840826; 
329943, 3840826; 329943, 3840886; 329973, 3840886; 329973, 3840976; 
330033, 3840976; 330033, 3841066; 330063, 3841066; 330063, 3841036; 
330093, 3841036; 330093, 3841006; 330123, 3841006; 330123, 3840976; 
330213, 3840976; 330213, 3840946; 330243, 3840946; 330243, 3840916; 
330273, 3840916; 330273, 3840736; 330243, 3840736; 330243, 3840676; 
330273, 3840676; 330273, 3840646; 330303, 3840646; 330303, 3840616; 
330333, 3840616; 330333, 3840586; 330363, 3840586; 330363, 3840556; 
330393, 3840556; 330393, 3840526; 330423, 3840526; 330423, 3840496; 
330483, 3840496; 330483, 3840526; 330513, 3840526; 330513, 3840556; 
330543, 3840556; 330543, 3840586; 330573, 3840586; 330573, 3840616; 
330633, 3840616; 330633, 3840586; 330603, 3840586; 330603, 3840466; 
330663, 3840466; 330663, 3840436; 330723, 3840436; 330723, 3840466; 
330783, 3840466; 330783, 3840316; 330813, 3840316; 330813, 3840286; 
330873, 3840286; 330873, 3840256; 330903, 3840256; 330903, 3840226; 
330933, 3840226; 330933, 3840196; 330963, 3840196; 330963, 3840136; 
330993, 3840136; 330993, 3840076; 330963, 3840076; 330963, 3840046; 
330993, 3840046; 330993, 3839956; 331053, 3839956; 331053, 3839986; 
331143, 3839986; 331143, 3839896; 331113, 3839896; 331113, 3839836; 
331083, 3839836; 331083, 3839746; 331113, 3839746; 331113, 3839716; 
331143, 3839716; 331143, 3839686; 331173, 3839686; 331173, 3839656; 
331203, 3839656; 331203, 3839596; 331353, 3839596; 331353, 3839566; 
331383, 3839566; 331383, 3839536; 331353, 3839536; 331353, 3839506; 
331323, 3839506; 331323, 3839446; 331293, 3839446; 331293, 3839386; 
331323, 3839386; 331323, 3839356; 331353, 3839356; 331353, 3839326; 
331413, 3839326; 331413, 3839356; 331533, 3839356; 331533, 3839326; 
331563, 3839326; 331563, 3839266; 331593, 3839266; 331593, 3839236; 
331653, 3839236; 331653, 3839296; 331713, 3839296; 331713, 3839086; 
331683, 3839086; 331683, 3838906; 331713, 3838906; 331713, 3838816; 
331683, 3838816; 331683, 3838756; 331713, 3838756; 331713, 3838696; 
331743, 3838696; 331743, 3838666; 331773, 3838666; 331773, 3838606; 
331803, 3838606; 331803, 3838576; 331833, 3838576; 331833, 3838546; 
331893, 3838546; 331893, 3838516; 331923, 3838516; 331923, 3838486; 
331953, 3838486; 331953, 3838456; 331983, 3838456; 331983, 3838426; 
332013, 3838426; 332013, 3838366; 332043, 3838366; 332043, 3838276; 
332073, 3838276; 332073, 3838246; 332133, 3838246; 332133, 3838276; 
332163, 3838276; 332163, 3838306; 332193, 3838306; 332193, 3838186; 
332223, 3838186; 332223, 3838126; 332253, 3838126; 332253, 3838006; 
332283, 3838006; 332283, 3837976; 332313, 3837976; 332313, 3837916; 
332343, 3837916; 332343, 3837856; 332373, 3837856; 332373, 3837826;

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332433, 3837826; 332433, 3837796; 332493, 3837796; 332493, 3837706; 
332523, 3837706; 332523, 3837676; 332583, 3837676; 332583, 3837616; 
332613, 3837616; 332613, 3837586; 332643, 3837586; 332643, 3837556; 
332673, 3837556; 332673, 3837526; 332703, 3837526; 332703, 3837496; 
332733, 3837496; 332733, 3837466; 332793, 3837466; 332793, 3837496; 
332823, 3837496; 332823, 3837526; 332853, 3837526; 332853, 3837556; 
332883, 3837556; 332883, 3837616; 332913, 3837616; 332913, 3837706; 
332943, 3837706; 332943, 3837766; 332973, 3837766; 332973, 3837796; 
333003, 3837796; 333003, 3837826; 333033, 3837826; 333033, 3837796; 
333093, 3837796; 333093, 3837766; 333153, 3837766; 333153, 3837676; 
333183, 3837676; 333183, 3837556; 333213, 3837556; 333213, 3837586; 
333303, 3837586; 333303, 3837556; 333363, 3837556; 333363, 3837526; 
333393, 3837526; 333393, 3837496; 333423, 3837496; 333423, 3837466; 
333453, 3837466; 333453, 3837376; 333423, 3837376; 333423, 3837316; 
333483, 3837316; 333483, 3837166; 333453, 3837166; 333453, 3837076; 
333483, 3837076; 333483, 3837016; 333693, 3837016; 333693, 3836986; 
333723, 3836986; 333723, 3836956; 333753, 3836956; 333753, 3836926; 
333903, 3836926; 333903, 3836866; 333873, 3836866; 333873, 3836896; 
333813, 3836896; 333813, 3836866; 333693, 3836866; 333693, 3836956; 
333663, 3836956; 333663, 3836986; 333543, 3836986; 333543, 3836926; 
333453, 3836926; 333453, 3836956; 333423, 3836956; 333423, 3836986; 
333393, 3836986; 333393, 3837016; 333363, 3837016; 333363, 3837196; 
333333, 3837196; 333333, 3837316; 333303, 3837316; 333303, 3837406; 
333153, 3837406; 333153, 3837436; 333093, 3837436; 333093, 3837466; 
333063, 3837466; 333063, 3837496; 333033, 3837496; 333033, 3837466; 
332943, 3837466; 332943, 3837436; 332913, 3837436; 332913, 3837406; 
332853, 3837406; 332853, 3837376; 332823, 3837376; 332823, 3837316; 
332793, 3837316; 332793, 3837226; 332763, 3837226; 332763, 3837166; 
332733, 3837166; 332733, 3837136; 332703, 3837136; 332703, 3837106; 
332673, 3837106; 332673, 3837166; 332643, 3837166; 332643, 3837286; 
332613, 3837286; 332613, 3837346; 332583, 3837346; 332583, 3837376; 
332553, 3837376; 332553, 3837406; 332493, 3837406; 332493, 3837436; 
332433, 3837436; 332433, 3837466; 332343, 3837466; 332343, 3837556; 
332313, 3837556; 332313, 3837586; 332283, 3837586; 332283, 3837616; 
332253, 3837616; 332253, 3837646; 332223, 3837646; 332223, 3837676; 
332193, 3837676; 332193, 3837706; 332133, 3837706; 332133, 3837736; 
332073, 3837736; 332073, 3837856; 332043, 3837856; 332043, 3837886; 
332013, 3837886; 332013, 3837976; 331983, 3837976; 331983, 3838066; 
331923, 3838066; 331923, 3838096; 331833, 3838096; 331833, 3838126; 
331803, 3838126; 331803, 3838186; 331773, 3838186; 331773, 3838216; 
331683, 3838216; 331683, 3838246; 331653, 3838246; 331653, 3838276; 
331623, 3838276; 331623, 3838306; 331593, 3838306; 331593, 3838336; 
331563, 3838336; 331563, 3838366; 331533, 3838366; 331533, 3838426; 
331503, 3838426; 331503, 3838456; 331443, 3838456; 331443, 3838486; 
331413, 3838486; 331413, 3838546; 331353, 3838546; 331353, 3838576; 
331293, 3838576; 331293, 3838666; 331203, 3838666; 331203, 3838726; 
331173, 3838726; 331173, 3838846; 331203, 3838846; 331203, 3838906; 
331233, 3838906; 331233, 3838936; 331263, 3838936; 331263, 3838966; 
331203, 3838966; 331203, 3838996; 331143, 3838996; 331143, 3839026; 
331113, 3839026; 331113, 3839056; 331083, 3839056; 331083, 3839086; 
331053, 3839086; 331053, 3839146; 331023, 3839146; 331023, 3839236; 
330993, 3839236; 330993, 3839326; 330963, 3839326; 330963, 3839356; 
330933, 3839356; 330933, 3839386; 330963, 3839386; 330963, 3839446; 
330933, 3839446; 330933, 3839506; 330873, 3839506; 330873, 3839536; 
330783, 3839536; 330783, 3839566; 330723, 3839566; 330723, 3839626; 
330693, 3839626; 330693, 3839686; 330663, 3839686; 330663, 3839746; 
330633, 3839746; 330633, 3839866; 330603, 3839866; 330603, 3839926; 
330573, 3839926; 330573, 3839986; 330543, 3839986; 330543, 3840046; 
330513, 3840046; 330513, 3840076; 330453, 3840076; 330453, 3840106; 
330423, 3840106; 330423, 3840166; 330393, 3840166; 330393, 3840196; 
330363, 3840196; 330363, 3840256; 330333, 3840256; 330333, 3840286; 
330303, 3840286; 330303, 3840316; 330273, 3840316; 330273, 3840346; 
330213, 3840346; 330213, 3840376; 330183, 3840376; 330183, 3840406; 
330153, 3840406; 330153, 3840436; 330123, 3840436; 330123, 3840496; 
330093, 3840496; 330093, 3840586; 330063, 3840586; 330063, 3840646; 
329973, 3840646; 329973, 3840616; 329763, 3840616; 329763, 3840646; 
329673, 3840646; 329673, 3840616; 329553, 3840616; 329553, 3840586; 
329523, 3840586; 329523, 3840556; 329463, 3840556; 329463, 3840526; 
329433, 3840526; 329433, 3840556; 329403, 3840556; 329403, 3840616; 
329373, 3840616; 329373, 3840706; 329343, 3840706; 329343, 3840826; 
329313, 3840826; 329313, 3840856; 329283, 3840856; 329283, 3840886; 
329253, 3840886; 329253, 3840916; 329223, 3840916; 329223, 3840946; 
329193, 3840946; 329193, 3841006; 329163, 3841006; 329163, 3841126; 
329133, 3841126; 329133, 3841216; 329103, 3841216; 329103, 3841276; 
329073, 3841276; 329073, 3841336; 329043, 3841336; 329043, 3841366; 
329013, 3841366; 329013, 3841396; 328983, 3841396; 328983, 3841456; 
328953, 3841456; 328953, 3841516; 328923, 3841516; 328923, 3841576; 
328773, 3841576; 328773, 3841546; 328713, 3841546; 328713, 3841516; 
328683, 3841516; 328683, 3841486; 328653, 3841486; 328653, 3841426; 
328623, 3841426; 328623, 3841216; 328593, 3841216; 328593, 3841186; 
328563, 3841186; 328563, 3841156; 328503, 3841156; 328503, 3841126; 
328413, 3841126; 328413, 3841156; 328383, 3841156; 328383, 3841096; 
328413, 3841096; 328413, 3840976; 328443, 3840976; 328443, 3840796; 
328413, 3840796; 328413, 3840736; 328233, 3840736; 328233, 3840796; 
328173, 3840796; 328173, 3840766; 328203, 3840766; 328203, 3840736; 
328143, 3840736; 328143, 3840706; 328053, 3840706; 328053, 3840676; 
327993, 3840676; 327993, 3840646; 327933, 3840646; 327933, 3840616; 
327903, 3840616; 327903, 3840586; 327873, 3840586; 327873, 3840496; 
327843, 3840496; 327843, 3840466; 327813, 3840466; 327813, 3840436; 
327603, 3840436; 327603, 3840346; 327573, 3840346; 327573, 3840316; 
327543, 3840316; 327543, 3840256; 327453, 3840256; 327453, 3840226; 
327423, 3840226; 327423, 3840196; 327303, 3840196; 327303, 3840166; 
327273, 3840166; 327273, 3840196; 327243, 3840196; 327243, 3840226; 
327183, 3840226; 327183, 3840196; 327153, 3840196; 327153, 3840136; 
327123, 3840136; 327123, 3840106; 327093, 3840106; 327093, 3840076; 
327063, 3840076; 327063, 3840046; 327003, 3840046; 327003, 3840016; 
326913, 3840016; 326913, 3840076; 326883, 3840076; 326883, 3840106; 
326853, 3840106; 326853, 3840196; 326823, 3840196; 326823, 3840256; 
326763, 3840256; 326763, 3840286; 326733, 3840286; 326733, 3840316; 
326643, 3840316; 326643, 3840286; 326613, 3840286; 326613, 3840256; 
326583, 3840256; 326583, 3840106; 326553, 3840106; 326553, 3840046; 
326523, 3840046; 326523, 3839986; 326493, 3839986; 326493, 3839926;

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326463, 3839926; 326463, 3839896; 326373, 3839896; 326373, 3839866; 
326283, 3839866; 326283, 3839836; 326253, 3839836; 326253, 3839806; 
326103, 3839806; 326103, 3839776; 325953, 3839776; 325953, 3839836; 
325923, 3839836; 325923, 3839956; 325953, 3839956; 325953, 3840076; 
325983, 3840076; 325983, 3840166; 326013, 3840166; 326013, 3840346; 
325923, 3840346; 325923, 3840316; 325863, 3840316; 325863, 3840286; 
325803, 3840286; 325803, 3840256; 325683, 3840256; 325683, 3840076; 
325623, 3840076; 325623, 3840046; 325413, 3840046; 325413, 3840016; 
325383, 3840016; 325383, 3840046; 325233, 3840046; 325233, 3840076; 
325203, 3840076; 325203, 3840106; 325233, 3840106; 325233, 3840136; 
325203, 3840136; 325203, 3840166; 325173, 3840166; 325173, 3840136; 
325143, 3840136; 325143, 3840196; 325023, 3840196; 325023, 3840226; 
324933, 3840226; 324933, 3840196; 324993, 3840196; 324993, 3840166; 
324963, 3840166; 324963, 3840136; 324813, 3840136; 324813, 3840106; 
324723, 3840106; 324723, 3840136; 324693, 3840136; 324693, 3840166; 
324663, 3840166; 324663, 3840316; 324693, 3840316; 324693, 3840376; 
324723, 3840376; 324723, 3840436; 324753, 3840436; 324753, 3840466; 
324783, 3840466; 324783, 3840526; 324813, 3840526; 324813, 3840556; 
324843, 3840556; 324843, 3840616; 324873, 3840616; 324873, 3840736; 
324843, 3840736; 324843, 3840766; 324903, 3840766; 324903, 3840796; 
324873, 3840796; 324873, 3840826; 324843, 3840826; 324843, 3840856; 
324813, 3840856; 324813, 3840886; 324753, 3840886; 324753, 3840856; 
324723, 3840856; 324723, 3840826; 324693, 3840826; 324693, 3840856; 
324603, 3840856; 324603, 3840886; 324573, 3840886; 324573, 3840946; 
324543, 3840946; 324543, 3840856; 324453, 3840856; 324453, 3840826; 
324423, 3840826; 324423, 3840796; 324333, 3840796; 324333, 3840766; 
324093, 3840766; 324093, 3840796; 324003, 3840796; 324003, 3840826; 
323943, 3840826; 323943, 3840856; 323853, 3840856; 323853, 3840886; 
323793, 3840886; 323793, 3840856; 323673, 3840856; 323673, 3840826; 
323643, 3840826; 323643, 3840796; 323583, 3840796; 323583, 3840766; 
323523, 3840766; 323523, 3840796; 323463, 3840796; 323463, 3840826; 
323403, 3840826; 323403, 3840796; 323343, 3840796; 323343, 3840826; 
323313, 3840826; 323313, 3840856; 323283, 3840856; 323283, 3840916; 
323253, 3840916; 323253, 3840946; 323223, 3840946; 323223, 3840976; 
323163, 3840976; 323163, 3841006; 323013, 3841006; 323013, 3841036; 
322953, 3841036; 322953, 3841126; 322923, 3841126; 322923, 3841156; 
322893, 3841156; 322893, 3841246; 322863, 3841246; 322863, 3841306; 
322833, 3841306; 322833, 3841336; 322803, 3841336; 322803, 3841366; 
322773, 3841366; 322773, 3841396; 322743, 3841396; 322743, 3841576; 
322713, 3841576; 322713, 3841606; 322683, 3841606; 322683, 3841666; 
322653, 3841666; 322653, 3841696; 322623, 3841696; 322623, 3841726; 
322353, 3841726; 322353, 3841756; 322323, 3841756; 322323, 3841786; 
322293, 3841786; 322293, 3841816; 322263, 3841816; 322263, 3841846; 
322203, 3841846; 322203, 3841876; 322143, 3841876; 322143, 3841906; 
322023, 3841906; 322023, 3841936; 321963, 3841936; 321963, 3841966; 
321783, 3841966; 321783, 3841996; 321753, 3841996; 321753, 3842026; 
321693, 3842026; 321693, 3842056; 321663, 3842056; 321663, 3842086; 
321633, 3842086; 321633, 3842116; 321573, 3842116; 321573, 3842146; 
321543, 3842146; 321543, 3842176; 321513, 3842176; 321513, 3842206; 
321303, 3842206; 321303, 3842236; 321183, 3842236; 321183, 3842266; 
321123, 3842266; 321123, 3842236; 321033, 3842236; 321033, 3842206; 
320853, 3842206; 320853, 3842176; 320823, 3842176; 320823, 3842206; 
320793, 3842206; 320793, 3842236; 320763, 3842236; 320763, 3842296; 
320733, 3842296; 320733, 3842386; 320703, 3842386; 320703, 3842416; 
320463, 3842416; 320463, 3842386; 320373, 3842386; 320373, 3842356; 
320343, 3842356; 320343, 3842386; 320283, 3842386; 320283, 3842446; 
320253, 3842446; 320253, 3842476; 320193, 3842476; 320193, 3842446; 
319983, 3842446; 319983, 3842416; 319953, 3842416; 319953, 3842386; 
319923, 3842386; 319923, 3842356; 319893, 3842356; 319893, 3842296; 
319863, 3842296; 319863, 3842266; 319713, 3842266; 319713, 3842236; 
319443, 3842236; 319443, 3842266; 319323, 3842266; 319323, 3842296; 
319293, 3842296; 319293, 3842326; 319263, 3842326; 319263, 3842356; 
319203, 3842356; 319203, 3842326; 319113, 3842326; 319113, 3842356; 
318903, 3842356; 318903, 3842326; 318873, 3842326; 318873, 3842296; 
318843, 3842296; 318843, 3842176; 318783, 3842176; 318783, 3842056; 
318753, 3842056; 318753, 3841996; 318723, 3841996; 318723, 3841966; 
318693, 3841966; 318693, 3841936; 318543, 3841936; 318543, 3841966; 
318483, 3841966; 318483, 3841996; 318363, 3841996; 318363, 3841936; 
318333, 3841936; 318333, 3841906; 318303, 3841906; 318303, 3841876; 
318243, 3841876; 318243, 3841846; 318273, 3841846; 318273, 3841816; 
318243, 3841816; 318243, 3841786; 318213, 3841786; 318213, 3841756; 
318183, 3841756; 318183, 3841726; 318153, 3841726; 318153, 3841636; 
318123, 3841636; 318123, 3841576; 318093, 3841576; 318093, 3841546; 
318063, 3841546; 318063, 3841516; 318033, 3841516; 318033, 3841456; 
317823, 3841456; 317823, 3841486; 317793, 3841486; 317793, 3841516; 
317763, 3841516; 317763, 3841546; 317733, 3841546; 317733, 3841516; 
317673, 3841516; 317673, 3841486; 317613, 3841486; 317613, 3841456; 
317583, 3841456; 317583, 3841396; 317493, 3841396; 317493, 3841366; 
317433, 3841366; 317433, 3841336; 317403, 3841336; 317403, 3841306; 
317343, 3841306; 317343, 3841336; 317283, 3841336; 317283, 3841366; 
317223, 3841366; 317223, 3841336; 317103, 3841336; 317103, 3841366; 
316713, 3841366; 316713, 3841396; 316653, 3841396; 316653, 3841426; 
316563, 3841426; 316563, 3841396; 316503, 3841396; 316503, 3841366; 
316473, 3841366; 316473, 3841486; 316503, 3841486; 316503, 3841546; 
316533, 3841546; 316533, 3841576; 316563, 3841576; 316563, 3841606; 
316593, 3841606; 316593, 3841636; 316653, 3841636; 316653, 3841666; 
316743, 3841666; 316743, 3841756; 316773, 3841756; 316773, 3841786; 
316803, 3841786; 316803, 3841816; 316953, 3841816; 316953, 3841786; 
317013, 3841786; 317013, 3841756; 317193, 3841756; 317193, 3841726; 
317253, 3841726; 317253, 3841696; 317283, 3841696; 317283, 3841636; 
317313, 3841636; 317313, 3841606; 317343, 3841606; 317343, 3841546; 
317463, 3841546; 317463, 3841576; 317493, 3841576; 317493, 3841636; 
317553, 3841636; 317553, 3841666; 317673, 3841666; 317673, 3841696; 
317793, 3841696; 317793, 3841726; 317883, 3841726; 317883, 3841666; 
317913, 3841666; 317913, 3841606; 317943, 3841606; 317943, 3841666; 
317973, 3841666; 317973, 3841786; 317943, 3841786; 317943, 3841876; 
317973, 3841876; 317973, 3841966; 318003, 3841966; 318003, 3841996; 
318033, 3841996; 318033, 3842056; 318063, 3842056; 318063, 3842116; 
318213, 3842116; 318213, 3842146; 318243, 3842146; 318243, 3842176; 
318333, 3842176; 318333, 3842206; 318393, 3842206; 318393, 3842176; 
318453, 3842176; 318453, 3842146; 318483, 3842146; 318483, 3842176; 
318513, 3842176; 318513, 3842146; 318543, 3842146; 318543, 3842116;

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318573, 3842116; 318573, 3842146; 318603, 3842146; 318603, 3842206; 
318633, 3842206; 318633, 3842416; 318663, 3842416; 318663, 3842506; 
318693, 3842506; 318693, 3842566; 318723, 3842566; 318723, 3842596; 
318753, 3842596; 318753, 3842626; 318813, 3842626; 318813, 3842656; 
318903, 3842656; 318903, 3842686; 319023, 3842686; 319023, 3842716; 
319143, 3842716; 319143, 3842746; 319203, 3842746; 319203, 3842776; 
returning to 319293, 3842776.
    (ii) Subunit 5b: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Black Mountain, 
Liebre Mountain, Whitaker Peak, and Cobblestone Mountain, land between 
Pyramid Lake and Lake Piru bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, 
N): 337443, 3829276; 337383, 3829276; 337383, 3829246; 337293, 3829246; 
337293, 3829216; 337263, 3829216; 337263, 3829246; 337203, 3829246; 
337203, 3829336; 337173, 3829336; 337173, 3829366; 337203, 3829366; 
337203, 3829426; 337173, 3829426; 337173, 3829456; 337143, 3829456; 
337143, 3829486; 337053, 3829486; 337053, 3829456; 336873, 3829456; 
336873, 3829486; 336843, 3829486; 336843, 3829516; 336813, 3829516; 
336813, 3829546; 336783, 3829546; 336783, 3829606; 336693, 3829606; 
336693, 3829726; 336723, 3829726; 336723, 3829786; 336693, 3829786; 
336693, 3829816; 336663, 3829816; 336663, 3829846; 336633, 3829846; 
336633, 3829876; 336573, 3829876; 336573, 3829936; 336513, 3829936; 
336513, 3829876; 336483, 3829876; 336483, 3829846; 336453, 3829846; 
336453, 3829816; 336303, 3829816; 336303, 3829876; 336273, 3829876; 
336273, 3829936; 336243, 3829936; 336243, 3830146; 336273, 3830146; 
336273, 3830206; 336243, 3830206; 336243, 3830176; 336123, 3830176; 
336123, 3830146; 336033, 3830146; 336033, 3830116; 335973, 3830116; 
335973, 3830086; 335943, 3830086; 335943, 3830026; 335913, 3830026; 
335913, 3829966; 335883, 3829966; 335883, 3829936; 335823, 3829936; 
335823, 3829906; 335733, 3829906; 335733, 3829936; 335703, 3829936; 
335703, 3829906; 335613, 3829906; 335613, 3829966; 335583, 3829966; 
335583, 3830116; 335553, 3830116; 335553, 3830176; 335583, 3830176; 
335583, 3830326; 335553, 3830326; 335553, 3830356; 335523, 3830356; 
335523, 3830386; 335463, 3830386; 335463, 3830416; 335433, 3830416; 
335433, 3830566; 335223, 3830566; 335223, 3830626; 335193, 3830626; 
335193, 3830656; 335163, 3830656; 335163, 3830686; 335133, 3830686; 
335133, 3830776; 335163, 3830776; 335163, 3830806; 335193, 3830806; 
335193, 3830836; 335223, 3830836; 335223, 3830866; 335283, 3830866; 
335283, 3830956; 335223, 3830956; 335223, 3830986; 335193, 3830986; 
335193, 3831046; 335163, 3831046; 335163, 3831076; 335103, 3831076; 
335103, 3831166; 335073, 3831166; 335073, 3831196; 335283, 3831196; 
335283, 3831106; 335313, 3831106; 335313, 3831046; 335343, 3831046; 
335343, 3831016; 335373, 3831016; 335373, 3830986; 335403, 3830986; 
335403, 3830926; 335433, 3830926; 335433, 3830896; 335463, 3830896; 
335463, 3830836; 335433, 3830836; 335433, 3830806; 335403, 3830806; 
335403, 3830776; 335343, 3830776; 335343, 3830806; 335313, 3830806; 
335313, 3830776; 335283, 3830776; 335283, 3830746; 335313, 3830746; 
335313, 3830686; 335553, 3830686; 335553, 3830656; 335583, 3830656; 
335583, 3830476; 335643, 3830476; 335643, 3830446; 335673, 3830446; 
335673, 3830386; 335703, 3830386; 335703, 3830086; 335763, 3830086; 
335763, 3830116; 335793, 3830116; 335793, 3830086; 335823, 3830086; 
335823, 3830146; 335883, 3830146; 335883, 3830176; 335913, 3830176; 
335913, 3830206; 336003, 3830206; 336003, 3830236; 336063, 3830236; 
336063, 3830266; 336123, 3830266; 336123, 3830296; 336183, 3830296; 
336183, 3830326; 336243, 3830326; 336243, 3830356; 336393, 3830356; 
336393, 3830266; 336423, 3830266; 336423, 3830236; 336393, 3830236; 
336393, 3830146; 336363, 3830146; 336363, 3829996; 336393, 3829996; 
336393, 3829966; 336423, 3829966; 336423, 3830026; 336453, 3830026; 
336453, 3830056; 336483, 3830056; 336483, 3830086; 336543, 3830086; 
336543, 3830056; 336603, 3830056; 336603, 3830026; 336633, 3830026; 
336633, 3829996; 336693, 3829996; 336693, 3829936; 336723, 3829936; 
336723, 3829876; 336753, 3829876; 336753, 3829846; 336783, 3829846; 
336783, 3829786; 336813, 3829786; 336813, 3829756; 336843, 3829756; 
336843, 3829726; 337053, 3829726; 337053, 3829636; 337083, 3829636; 
337083, 3829606; 337053, 3829606; 337053, 3829576; 337113, 3829576; 
337113, 3829546; 337203, 3829546; 337203, 3829516; 337233, 3829516; 
337233, 3829486; 337263, 3829486; 337263, 3829396; 337293, 3829396; 
337293, 3829366; 337353, 3829366; 337353, 3829396; 337473, 3829396; 
337473, 3829366; 337503, 3829366; 337503, 3829216; 337533, 3829216; 
337533, 3829186; 337563, 3829186; 337563, 3829126; 337593, 3829126; 
337593, 3829036; 337623, 3829036; 337623, 3829006; 337653, 3829006; 
337653, 3828976; 337623, 3828976; 337623, 3828916; 337653, 3828916; 
337653, 3828826; 337683, 3828826; 337683, 3828796; 337653, 3828796; 
337653, 3828766; 337683, 3828766; 337683, 3828736; 337653, 3828736; 
337653, 3828706; 337623, 3828706; 337623, 3828646; 337593, 3828646; 
337593, 3828616; 337473, 3828616; 337473, 3828586; 337413, 3828586; 
337413, 3828616; 337353, 3828616; 337353, 3828646; 337323, 3828646; 
337323, 3828676; 337173, 3828676; 337173, 3828706; 337113, 3828706; 
337113, 3828616; 337083, 3828616; 337083, 3828586; 337053, 3828586; 
337053, 3828526; 336993, 3828526; 336993, 3828496; 336963, 3828496; 
336963, 3828286; 336993, 3828286; 336993, 3828136; 337053, 3828136; 
337053, 3828106; 337113, 3828106; 337113, 3828046; 337143, 3828046; 
337143, 3827926; 337113, 3827926; 337113, 3827716; 337143, 3827716; 
337143, 3827626; 337173, 3827626; 337173, 3827596; 337233, 3827596; 
337233, 3827566; 337203, 3827566; 337203, 3827536; 337173, 3827536; 
337173, 3827326; 337143, 3827326; 337143, 3827296; 337173, 3827296; 
337173, 3827266; 337143, 3827266; 337143, 3827236; 337113, 3827236; 
337113, 3827206; 337143, 3827206; 337143, 3827176; 337263, 3827176; 
337263, 3827146; 337293, 3827146; 337293, 3827086; 337323, 3827086; 
337323, 3827026; 337353, 3827026; 337353, 3826996; 337383, 3826996; 
337383, 3826936; 337353, 3826936; 337353, 3826846; 337323, 3826846; 
337323, 3826786; 337293, 3826786; 337293, 3826726; 337263, 3826726; 
337263, 3826696; 336993, 3826696; 336993, 3826726; 336903, 3826726; 
336903, 3826756; 336843, 3826756; 336843, 3826726; 336813, 3826726; 
336813, 3826636; 336843, 3826636; 336843, 3826516; 337053, 3826516; 
337053, 3826456; 337083, 3826456; 337083, 3826426; 337143, 3826426; 
337143, 3826396; 337173, 3826396; 337173, 3826366; 337203, 3826366; 
337203, 3826336; 337233, 3826336; 337233, 3826306; 337263, 3826306; 
337263, 3826096; 337233, 3826096; 337233, 3825946; 337353, 3825946; 
337353, 3825976; 337383, 3825976; 337383, 3825916; 337353, 3825916; 
337353, 3825766; 337323, 3825766; 337323, 3825706; 337293, 3825706; 
337293, 3825676; 337263, 3825676; 337263, 3825646; 337233, 3825646; 
337233, 3825616; 337203, 3825616; 337203, 3825586; 337173, 3825586; 
337173, 3825526; 337143, 3825526; 337143, 3825106; 337173, 3825106; 
337173, 3825016; 337203, 3825016;

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337203, 3824956; 337233, 3824956; 337233, 3824896; 337263, 3824896; 
337263, 3824806; 337233, 3824806; 337233, 3824746; 337203, 3824746; 
337203, 3824686; 337173, 3824686; 337173, 3824536; 337143, 3824536; 
337143, 3824446; 337173, 3824446; 337173, 3824356; 337203, 3824356; 
337203, 3824326; 337233, 3824326; 337233, 3824296; 337263, 3824296; 
337263, 3824266; 337293, 3824266; 337293, 3824236; 337413, 3824236; 
337413, 3824296; 337443, 3824296; 337443, 3824356; 337503, 3824356; 
337503, 3824326; 337533, 3824326; 337533, 3824356; 337563, 3824356; 
337563, 3824326; 337653, 3824326; 337653, 3824296; 337713, 3824296; 
337713, 3824266; 337863, 3824266; 337863, 3824236; 337983, 3824236; 
337983, 3824206; 338043, 3824206; 338043, 3824176; 338073, 3824176; 
338073, 3824146; 338103, 3824146; 338103, 3824116; 338133, 3824116; 
338133, 3824086; 338163, 3824086; 338163, 3824056; 338193, 3824056; 
338193, 3823996; 338223, 3823996; 338223, 3823966; 338253, 3823966; 
338253, 3823936; 338283, 3823936; 338283, 3823906; 338313, 3823906; 
338313, 3823876; 338343, 3823876; 338343, 3823846; 338373, 3823846; 
338373, 3823816; 338493, 3823816; 338493, 3823756; 338463, 3823756; 
338463, 3823726; 338493, 3823726; 338493, 3823666; 338523, 3823666; 
338523, 3823636; 338553, 3823636; 338553, 3823576; 338583, 3823576; 
338583, 3823546; 338643, 3823546; 338643, 3823516; 338673, 3823516; 
338673, 3823486; 338733, 3823486; 338733, 3823456; 338793, 3823456; 
338793, 3823366; 338823, 3823366; 338823, 3823276; 338883, 3823276; 
338883, 3823246; 338913, 3823246; 338913, 3823186; 338853, 3823186; 
338853, 3823006; 338883, 3823006; 338883, 3822976; 338913, 3822976; 
338913, 3822946; 338883, 3822946; 338883, 3822916; 338853, 3822916; 
338853, 3822886; 338823, 3822886; 338823, 3822826; 338793, 3822826; 
338793, 3822766; 338763, 3822766; 338763, 3822736; 338733, 3822736; 
338733, 3822646; 338703, 3822646; 338703, 3822616; 338733, 3822616; 
338733, 3822556; 338763, 3822556; 338763, 3822526; 338883, 3822526; 
338883, 3822496; 338943, 3822496; 338943, 3822466; 339003, 3822466; 
339003, 3822436; 339033, 3822436; 339033, 3822346; 339063, 3822346; 
339063, 3822316; 339093, 3822316; 339093, 3822286; 339063, 3822286; 
339063, 3822256; 338943, 3822256; 338943, 3822226; 338883, 3822226; 
338883, 3822196; 338853, 3822196; 338853, 3822046; 338823, 3822046; 
338823, 3821956; 338853, 3821956; 338853, 3821896; 338823, 3821896; 
338823, 3821626; 338853, 3821626; 338853, 3821566; 338883, 3821566; 
338883, 3821536; 338913, 3821536; 338913, 3821446; 338943, 3821446; 
338943, 3821326; 338973, 3821326; 338973, 3821116; 339003, 3821116; 
339003, 3820966; 338973, 3820966; 338973, 3820816; 339003, 3820816; 
339003, 3820786; 339123, 3820786; 339123, 3820726; 339153, 3820726; 
339153, 3820666; 339183, 3820666; 339183, 3820606; 339213, 3820606; 
339213, 3820576; 339303, 3820576; 339303, 3820546; 339333, 3820546; 
339333, 3820516; 339363, 3820516; 339363, 3820456; 339303, 3820456; 
339303, 3820426; 339243, 3820426; 339243, 3820396; 339093, 3820396; 
339093, 3820336; 339063, 3820336; 339063, 3820306; 339033, 3820306; 
339033, 3820276; 339003, 3820276; 339003, 3820216; 338973, 3820216; 
338973, 3820186; 338913, 3820186; 338913, 3820156; 338853, 3820156; 
338853, 3820126; 338823, 3820126; 338823, 3820096; 338793, 3820096; 
338793, 3820066; 338763, 3820066; 338763, 3820006; 338793, 3820006; 
338793, 3819886; 338823, 3819886; 338823, 3819826; 338853, 3819826; 
338853, 3819796; 338883, 3819796; 338883, 3819736; 338913, 3819736; 
338913, 3819676; 338943, 3819676; 338943, 3819586; 338973, 3819586; 
338973, 3819526; 339003, 3819526; 339003, 3819496; 338973, 3819496; 
338973, 3819436; 339003, 3819436; 339003, 3819316; 338973, 3819316; 
338973, 3819196; 338943, 3819196; 338943, 3819166; 338913, 3819166; 
338913, 3819136; 338793, 3819136; 338793, 3819166; 338733, 3819166; 
338733, 3819196; 338703, 3819196; 338703, 3819226; 338673, 3819226; 
338673, 3819286; 338643, 3819286; 338643, 3819436; 338493, 3819436; 
338493, 3819406; 338403, 3819406; 338403, 3819436; 338433, 3819436; 
338433, 3819466; 338463, 3819466; 338463, 3819496; 338493, 3819496; 
338493, 3819646; 338463, 3819646; 338463, 3819676; 338433, 3819676; 
338433, 3819706; 338403, 3819706; 338403, 3819766; 338373, 3819766; 
338373, 3819796; 338343, 3819796; 338343, 3819856; 338313, 3819856; 
338313, 3819886; 338283, 3819886; 338283, 3819916; 338223, 3819916; 
338223, 3819976; 338253, 3819976; 338253, 3820036; 338283, 3820036; 
338283, 3820096; 338313, 3820096; 338313, 3820156; 338343, 3820156; 
338343, 3820186; 338373, 3820186; 338373, 3820276; 338313, 3820276; 
338313, 3820306; 338223, 3820306; 338223, 3820276; 338193, 3820276; 
338193, 3820306; 338133, 3820306; 338133, 3820336; 338103, 3820336; 
338103, 3820366; 338133, 3820366; 338133, 3820426; 338163, 3820426; 
338163, 3820486; 338193, 3820486; 338193, 3820456; 338313, 3820456; 
338313, 3820486; 338373, 3820486; 338373, 3820456; 338433, 3820456; 
338433, 3820426; 338643, 3820426; 338643, 3820516; 338613, 3820516; 
338613, 3820576; 338583, 3820576; 338583, 3820696; 338553, 3820696; 
338553, 3820966; 338583, 3820966; 338583, 3821056; 338553, 3821056; 
338553, 3821446; 338523, 3821446; 338523, 3821476; 338493, 3821476; 
338493, 3821506; 338433, 3821506; 338433, 3821536; 338493, 3821536; 
338493, 3821566; 338553, 3821566; 338553, 3821536; 338583, 3821536; 
338583, 3821566; 338613, 3821566; 338613, 3821656; 338583, 3821656; 
338583, 3821686; 338613, 3821686; 338613, 3821746; 338643, 3821746; 
338643, 3821896; 338673, 3821896; 338673, 3821956; 338703, 3821956; 
338703, 3822196; 338673, 3822196; 338673, 3822376; 338643, 3822376; 
338643, 3822406; 338613, 3822406; 338613, 3822436; 338583, 3822436; 
338583, 3822496; 338553, 3822496; 338553, 3822616; 338523, 3822616; 
338523, 3822676; 338553, 3822676; 338553, 3822706; 338523, 3822706; 
338523, 3822736; 338493, 3822736; 338493, 3822766; 338463, 3822766; 
338463, 3822826; 338433, 3822826; 338433, 3822976; 338493, 3822976; 
338493, 3823066; 338463, 3823066; 338463, 3823126; 338343, 3823126; 
338343, 3823156; 338283, 3823156; 338283, 3823186; 338253, 3823186; 
338253, 3823216; 338223, 3823216; 338223, 3823276; 338193, 3823276; 
338193, 3823336; 338163, 3823336; 338163, 3823456; 338193, 3823456; 
338193, 3823516; 338253, 3823516; 338253, 3823606; 338223, 3823606; 
338223, 3823636; 338133, 3823636; 338133, 3823576; 338103, 3823576; 
338103, 3823516; 338073, 3823516; 338073, 3823486; 337893, 3823486; 
337893, 3823426; 337863, 3823426; 337863, 3823396; 337803, 3823396; 
337803, 3823366; 337743, 3823366; 337743, 3823396; 337593, 3823396; 
337593, 3823486; 337563, 3823486; 337563, 3823576; 337383, 3823576; 
337383, 3823546; 337293, 3823546; 337293, 3823516; 337263, 3823516; 
337263, 3823486; 337233, 3823486; 337233, 3823456; 337203, 3823456; 
337203, 3823426; 337173, 3823426; 337173, 3823366; 337113, 3823366; 
337113, 3823336; 337053, 3823336; 337053, 3823366; 336873, 3823366; 
336873, 3823396; 336843, 3823396; 336843, 3823426; 336813, 3823426;

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336813, 3823456; 336783, 3823456; 336783, 3823486; 336693, 3823486; 
336693, 3823456; 336633, 3823456; 336633, 3823426; 336603, 3823426; 
336603, 3823456; 336543, 3823456; 336543, 3823486; 336513, 3823486; 
336513, 3823516; 336483, 3823516; 336483, 3823576; 336363, 3823576; 
336363, 3823636; 336333, 3823636; 336333, 3823666; 336273, 3823666; 
336273, 3823696; 336243, 3823696; 336243, 3823726; 336213, 3823726; 
336213, 3823786; 336183, 3823786; 336183, 3823816; 336063, 3823816; 
336063, 3823846; 336003, 3823846; 336003, 3823876; 335973, 3823876; 
335973, 3823906; 335913, 3823906; 335913, 3823936; 335883, 3823936; 
335883, 3823966; 335823, 3823966; 335823, 3823996; 335763, 3823996; 
335763, 3824026; 335733, 3824026; 335733, 3824056; 335703, 3824056; 
335703, 3824206; 335673, 3824206; 335673, 3824386; 335643, 3824386; 
335643, 3824416; 335583, 3824416; 335583, 3824446; 335553, 3824446; 
335553, 3824506; 335523, 3824506; 335523, 3824536; 335373, 3824536; 
335373, 3824566; 335313, 3824566; 335313, 3824596; 335223, 3824596; 
335223, 3824626; 334953, 3824626; 334953, 3824656; 334923, 3824656; 
334923, 3824626; 334743, 3824626; 334743, 3824656; 334653, 3824656; 
334653, 3824626; 334623, 3824626; 334623, 3824596; 334563, 3824596; 
334563, 3824656; 334593, 3824656; 334593, 3824716; 334623, 3824716; 
334623, 3824836; 334653, 3824836; 334653, 3824866; 334683, 3824866; 
334683, 3824806; 334803, 3824806; 334803, 3824776; 334863, 3824776; 
334863, 3824746; 335103, 3824746; 335103, 3824776; 335163, 3824776; 
335163, 3824746; 335343, 3824746; 335343, 3824716; 335373, 3824716; 
335373, 3824686; 335403, 3824686; 335403, 3824656; 335613, 3824656; 
335613, 3824626; 335643, 3824626; 335643, 3824536; 335673, 3824536; 
335673, 3824506; 335703, 3824506; 335703, 3824536; 335733, 3824536; 
335733, 3824506; 335763, 3824506; 335763, 3824476; 335793, 3824476; 
335793, 3824176; 335823, 3824176; 335823, 3824116; 335853, 3824116; 
335853, 3824086; 335943, 3824086; 335943, 3824056; 336003, 3824056; 
336003, 3823996; 336033, 3823996; 336033, 3823966; 336093, 3823966; 
336093, 3823936; 336183, 3823936; 336183, 3823966; 336213, 3823966; 
336213, 3823936; 336243, 3823936; 336243, 3823966; 336273, 3823966; 
336273, 3823936; 336303, 3823936; 336303, 3823906; 336273, 3823906; 
336273, 3823876; 336303, 3823876; 336303, 3823786; 336333, 3823786; 
336333, 3823756; 336393, 3823756; 336393, 3823726; 336453, 3823726; 
336453, 3823696; 336513, 3823696; 336513, 3823666; 336543, 3823666; 
336543, 3823636; 336603, 3823636; 336603, 3823576; 336633, 3823576; 
336633, 3823606; 336693, 3823606; 336693, 3823636; 336813, 3823636; 
336813, 3823606; 336843, 3823606; 336843, 3823576; 336873, 3823576; 
336873, 3823516; 336933, 3823516; 336933, 3823486; 337113, 3823486; 
337113, 3823516; 337143, 3823516; 337143, 3823546; 337113, 3823546; 
337113, 3823696; 337203, 3823696; 337203, 3823726; 337323, 3823726; 
337323, 3823696; 337413, 3823696; 337413, 3823726; 337533, 3823726; 
337533, 3823756; 337563, 3823756; 337563, 3823726; 337623, 3823726; 
337623, 3823696; 337713, 3823696; 337713, 3823636; 337743, 3823636; 
337743, 3823606; 337833, 3823606; 337833, 3823636; 337863, 3823636; 
337863, 3823666; 337893, 3823666; 337893, 3823696; 337923, 3823696; 
337923, 3823786; 337953, 3823786; 337953, 3823966; 337803, 3823966; 
337803, 3823996; 337743, 3823996; 337743, 3824026; 337683, 3824026; 
337683, 3824086; 337653, 3824086; 337653, 3824146; 337623, 3824146; 
337623, 3824176; 337443, 3824176; 337443, 3824146; 337323, 3824146; 
337323, 3824116; 337203, 3824116; 337203, 3824146; 337143, 3824146; 
337143, 3824176; 337113, 3824176; 337113, 3824206; 337083, 3824206; 
337083, 3824236; 337053, 3824236; 337053, 3824326; 337023, 3824326; 
337023, 3824476; 337053, 3824476; 337053, 3824596; 337083, 3824596; 
337083, 3824716; 337113, 3824716; 337113, 3824776; 337143, 3824776; 
337143, 3824866; 337173, 3824866; 337173, 3824896; 337143, 3824896; 
337143, 3824956; 337113, 3824956; 337113, 3824986; 337083, 3824986; 
337083, 3825046; 337053, 3825046; 337053, 3825376; 337023, 3825376; 
337023, 3825436; 336993, 3825436; 336993, 3825466; 336963, 3825466; 
336963, 3825526; 336933, 3825526; 336933, 3825616; 336963, 3825616; 
336963, 3825676; 337023, 3825676; 337023, 3825706; 337053, 3825706; 
337053, 3825736; 337083, 3825736; 337083, 3825766; 337113, 3825766; 
337113, 3825856; 337083, 3825856; 337083, 3825976; 337053, 3825976; 
337053, 3826036; 337023, 3826036; 337023, 3826066; 336993, 3826066; 
336993, 3826096; 337023, 3826096; 337023, 3826126; 337053, 3826126; 
337053, 3826186; 337023, 3826186; 337023, 3826246; 336993, 3826246; 
336993, 3826276; 336933, 3826276; 336933, 3826306; 336723, 3826306; 
336723, 3826336; 336693, 3826336; 336693, 3826366; 336663, 3826366; 
336663, 3826396; 336603, 3826396; 336603, 3826456; 336573, 3826456; 
336573, 3826516; 336543, 3826516; 336543, 3826576; 336513, 3826576; 
336513, 3826636; 336633, 3826636; 336633, 3826846; 336663, 3826846; 
336663, 3826906; 336693, 3826906; 336693, 3826936; 336723, 3826936; 
336723, 3826966; 336753, 3826966; 336753, 3827026; 336783, 3827026; 
336783, 3827056; 336843, 3827056; 336843, 3827086; 336873, 3827086; 
336873, 3827206; 336903, 3827206; 336903, 3827296; 336933, 3827296; 
336933, 3827326; 336963, 3827326; 336963, 3827416; 336993, 3827416; 
336993, 3827476; 337023, 3827476; 337023, 3828016; 336993, 3828016; 
336993, 3828046; 336963, 3828046; 336963, 3828076; 336933, 3828076; 
336933, 3828106; 336903, 3828106; 336903, 3828256; 336873, 3828256; 
336873, 3828286; 336903, 3828286; 336903, 3828556; 336963, 3828556; 
336963, 3828586; 336993, 3828586; 336993, 3828646; 336963, 3828646; 
336963, 3828706; 336933, 3828706; 336933, 3828736; 336903, 3828736; 
336903, 3828766; 336933, 3828766; 336933, 3828826; 336963, 3828826; 
336963, 3828856; 336993, 3828856; 336993, 3828886; 337083, 3828886; 
337083, 3828856; 337173, 3828856; 337173, 3828826; 337263, 3828826; 
337263, 3828796; 337353, 3828796; 337353, 3828766; 337533, 3828766; 
337533, 3828916; 337503, 3828916; 337503, 3829006; 337473, 3829006; 
337473, 3829126; 337443, 3829126; returning to 337443, 3829276. 
Excluding land bounded by 337443, 3829276; 337473, 3829276; 337473, 
3829336; 337443, 3829336; returning to 337443, 3829276.
    (iii) Note: Map of Units 4 and 5 follows:
BILLING CODE 4310-55-P

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[GRAPHIC] [TIFF OMITTED] TR09FE11.003

BILLING CODE 43107-55-C
    (11) Unit 6: Upper Santa Clara River Basin, Los Angeles County, 
California.
    (i) Subunit 6a: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Liebre Mtn. and

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Whitaker Peak, land upstream of Castaic Lake, bounded by the following 
UTM coordinates (E, N): 347013, 3835726; 347013, 3835696; 347043, 
3835696; 347043, 3835576; 347073, 3835576; 347073, 3835546; 347103, 
3835546; 347103, 3835516; 347073, 3835516; 347073, 3835426; 347103, 
3835426; 347103, 3835306; 347133, 3835306; 347133, 3835276; 347163, 
3835276; 347163, 3835216; 347133, 3835216; 347133, 3835186; 347163, 
3835186; 347163, 3835126; 347133, 3835126; 347133, 3835036; 347163, 
3835036; 347163, 3834976; 347193, 3834976; 347193, 3834946; 347223, 
3834946; 347223, 3834916; 347193, 3834916; 347193, 3834886; 347163, 
3834886; 347163, 3834856; 347133, 3834856; 347133, 3834766; 347163, 
3834766; 347163, 3834676; 347133, 3834676; 347133, 3834646; 347103, 
3834646; 347103, 3834436; 347073, 3834436; 347073, 3834406; 347043, 
3834406; 347043, 3834346; 347073, 3834346; 347073, 3834226; 347043, 
3834226; 347043, 3834166; 347073, 3834166; 347073, 3834136; 347103, 
3834136; 347103, 3834106; 347073, 3834106; 347073, 3834046; 347043, 
3834046; 347043, 3834016; 346983, 3834016; 346983, 3833986; 347013, 
3833986; 347013, 3833956; 347043, 3833956; 347043, 3833926; 347163, 
3833926; 347163, 3833956; 347223, 3833956; 347223, 3833986; 347313, 
3833986; 347313, 3833956; 347373, 3833956; 347373, 3833926; 347433, 
3833926; 347433, 3833836; 347463, 3833836; 347463, 3833776; 347493, 
3833776; 347493, 3833806; 347523, 3833806; 347523, 3833776; 347553, 
3833776; 347553, 3833746; 347583, 3833746; 347583, 3833716; 347613, 
3833716; 347613, 3833596; 347643, 3833596; 347643, 3833566; 347613, 
3833566; 347613, 3833536; 347523, 3833536; 347523, 3833506; 347553, 
3833506; 347553, 3833476; 347583, 3833476; 347583, 3833446; 347613, 
3833446; 347613, 3833326; 347583, 3833326; 347583, 3833296; 347553, 
3833296; 347553, 3833236; 347523, 3833236; 347523, 3833206; 347493, 
3833206; 347493, 3833116; 347523, 3833116; 347523, 3833086; 347553, 
3833086; 347553, 3833056; 347523, 3833056; 347523, 3833026; 347583, 
3833026; 347583, 3832966; 347613, 3832966; 347613, 3832936; 347673, 
3832936; 347673, 3832876; 347733, 3832876; 347733, 3832846; 347763, 
3832846; 347763, 3832816; 347883, 3832816; 347883, 3832756; 347913, 
3832756; 347913, 3832516; 347883, 3832516; 347883, 3832456; 347853, 
3832456; 347853, 3832396; 347823, 3832396; 347823, 3832336; 347793, 
3832336; 347793, 3832276; 347763, 3832276; 347763, 3832186; 347733, 
3832186; 347733, 3832126; 347763, 3832126; 347763, 3832096; 347793, 
3832096; 347793, 3832006; 347823, 3832006; 347823, 3831916; 347853, 
3831916; 347853, 3831886; 348003, 3831886; 348003, 3831616; 348033, 
3831616; 348033, 3831496; 348003, 3831496; 348003, 3831436; 347943, 
3831436; 347943, 3831406; 347913, 3831406; 347913, 3831376; 347883, 
3831376; 347883, 3831346; 347853, 3831346; 347853, 3831316; 347793, 
3831316; 347793, 3831286; 347763, 3831286; 347763, 3831316; 347733, 
3831316; 347733, 3831286; 347703, 3831286; 347703, 3831256; 347643, 
3831256; 347643, 3831196; 347613, 3831196; 347613, 3831106; 347583, 
3831106; 347583, 3831046; 347553, 3831046; 347553, 3830956; 347463, 
3830956; 347463, 3830926; 347403, 3830926; 347403, 3830776; 347373, 
3830776; 347373, 3830686; 347343, 3830686; 347343, 3830626; 347373, 
3830626; 347373, 3830596; 347403, 3830596; 347403, 3830566; 347433, 
3830566; 347433, 3830536; 347463, 3830536; 347463, 3830506; 347493, 
3830506; 347493, 3830416; 347583, 3830416; 347583, 3830446; 347613, 
3830446; 347613, 3830506; 347673, 3830506; 347673, 3830536; 347733, 
3830536; 347733, 3830566; 347883, 3830566; 347883, 3830596; 347943, 
3830596; 347943, 3830566; 347973, 3830566; 347973, 3830596; 348003, 
3830596; 348003, 3830656; 348033, 3830656; 348033, 3830686; 348063, 
3830686; 348063, 3830746; 348093, 3830746; 348093, 3830776; 348153, 
3830776; 348153, 3830836; 348183, 3830836; 348183, 3830806; 348213, 
3830806; 348213, 3830656; 348243, 3830656; 348243, 3830626; 348213, 
3830626; 348213, 3830596; 348153, 3830596; 348153, 3830536; 348123, 
3830536; 348123, 3830476; 348093, 3830476; 348093, 3830446; 348063, 
3830446; 348063, 3830416; 348033, 3830416; 348033, 3830386; 347763, 
3830386; 347763, 3830326; 347733, 3830326; 347733, 3830236; 347703, 
3830236; 347703, 3830206; 347643, 3830206; 347643, 3830176; 347583, 
3830176; 347583, 3830146; 347553, 3830146; 347553, 3830116; 347523, 
3830116; 347523, 3830056; 347493, 3830056; 347493, 3830026; 347463, 
3830026; 347463, 3829936; 347493, 3829936; 347493, 3829906; 347463, 
3829906; 347463, 3829876; 347493, 3829876; 347493, 3829786; 347523, 
3829786; 347523, 3829726; 347553, 3829726; 347553, 3829666; 347583, 
3829666; 347583, 3829636; 347613, 3829636; 347613, 3829606; 347643, 
3829606; 347643, 3829516; 347673, 3829516; 347673, 3829486; 347703, 
3829486; 347703, 3829456; 347733, 3829456; 347733, 3829396; 347763, 
3829396; 347763, 3829246; 347793, 3829246; 347793, 3829186; 347823, 
3829186; 347823, 3829156; 347793, 3829156; 347793, 3829126; 347823, 
3829126; 347823, 3829096; 347853, 3829096; 347853, 3829066; 348003, 
3829066; 348003, 3829036; 348033, 3829036; 348033, 3828976; 348063, 
3828976; 348063, 3828946; 348093, 3828946; 348093, 3828916; 348123, 
3828916; 348123, 3828886; 348153, 3828886; 348153, 3828856; 348243, 
3828856; 348243, 3828826; 348333, 3828826; 348333, 3828796; 348423, 
3828796; 348423, 3828706; 348453, 3828706; 348453, 3828646; 348483, 
3828646; 348483, 3828616; 348513, 3828616; 348513, 3828586; 348543, 
3828586; 348543, 3828556; 348573, 3828556; 348573, 3828526; 348603, 
3828526; 348603, 3828496; 348663, 3828496; 348663, 3828436; 348693, 
3828436; 348693, 3828376; 348723, 3828376; 348723, 3828286; 348753, 
3828286; 348753, 3828226; 348589, 3828161; 348284, 3828591; 348178, 
3828688; 348078, 3828752; 348062, 3828760; 347717, 3828918; 347472, 
3829091; 347435, 3829183; 347360, 3829275; 347250, 3829419; 347225, 
3829488; 347198, 3829606; 347157, 3829757; 347133, 3829992; 347133, 
3830026; 347103, 3830026; 347103, 3830056; 347073, 3830056; 347073, 
3830116; 347133, 3830116; 347133, 3830176; 347163, 3830176; 347163, 
3830206; 347193, 3830206; 347193, 3830266; 347223, 3830266; 347223, 
3830356; 347193, 3830356; 347193, 3830416; 347163, 3830416; 347163, 
3830476; 347133, 3830476; 347133, 3830506; 347103, 3830506; 347103, 
3830536; 347043, 3830536; 347043, 3830566; 346953, 3830566; 346953, 
3830596; 347043, 3830596; 347043, 3830626; 347103, 3830626; 347103, 
3830656; 347133, 3830656; 347133, 3830716; 347193, 3830716; 347193, 
3830746; 347223, 3830746; 347223, 3830896; 347253, 3830896; 347253, 
3830986; 347283, 3830986; 347283, 3831046; 347343, 3831046; 347343, 
3831076; 347433, 3831076; 347433, 3831106; 347463, 3831106; 347463, 
3831286; 347523, 3831286; 347523, 3831346; 347553, 3831346; 347553, 
3831376; 347613, 3831376; 347613, 3831406; 347673, 3831406; 347673, 
3831436; 347763, 3831436; 347763, 3831466; 347823, 3831466; 347823, 
3831496; 347883, 3831496; 347883, 3831526; 347853, 3831526; 347853, 
3831766; 347793, 3831766; 347793, 3831826; 347763, 3831826; 347763, 
3831856;

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347733, 3831856; 347733, 3831946; 347703, 3831946; 347703, 3832006; 
347643, 3832006; 347643, 3832036; 347613, 3832036; 347613, 3832216; 
347643, 3832216; 347643, 3832276; 347673, 3832276; 347673, 3832306; 
347643, 3832306; 347643, 3832396; 347673, 3832396; 347673, 3832456; 
347703, 3832456; 347703, 3832546; 347733, 3832546; 347733, 3832576; 
347763, 3832576; 347763, 3832636; 347793, 3832636; 347793, 3832696; 
347733, 3832696; 347733, 3832726; 347703, 3832726; 347703, 3832756; 
347673, 3832756; 347673, 3832786; 347643, 3832786; 347643, 3832816; 
347583, 3832816; 347583, 3832846; 347553, 3832846; 347553, 3832876; 
347523, 3832876; 347523, 3832906; 347493, 3832906; 347493, 3832936; 
347403, 3832936; 347403, 3832966; 347343, 3832966; 347343, 3832996; 
347283, 3832996; 347283, 3833026; 347313, 3833026; 347313, 3833056; 
347283, 3833056; 347283, 3833146; 347253, 3833146; 347253, 3833206; 
347283, 3833206; 347283, 3833266; 347313, 3833266; 347313, 3833296; 
347343, 3833296; 347343, 3833356; 347373, 3833356; 347373, 3833386; 
347343, 3833386; 347343, 3833566; 347313, 3833566; 347313, 3833596; 
347283, 3833596; 347283, 3833746; 347253, 3833746; 347253, 3833716; 
347223, 3833716; 347223, 3833686; 347193, 3833686; 347193, 3833716; 
347133, 3833716; 347133, 3833746; 347073, 3833746; 347073, 3833776; 
346983, 3833776; 346983, 3833806; 346953, 3833806; 346953, 3833866; 
346923, 3833866; 346923, 3833896; 346893, 3833896; 346893, 3833926; 
346833, 3833926; 346833, 3834046; 346803, 3834046; 346803, 3834076; 
346833, 3834076; 346833, 3834196; 346803, 3834196; 346803, 3834316; 
346833, 3834316; 346833, 3834286; 346893, 3834286; 346893, 3834316; 
346923, 3834316; 346923, 3834466; 346953, 3834466; 346953, 3834766; 
346983, 3834766; 346983, 3834796; 346953, 3834796; 346953, 3834916; 
346983, 3834916; 346983, 3835006; 346953, 3835006; 346953, 3835126; 
346923, 3835126; 346923, 3835186; 346953, 3835186; 346953, 3835276; 
346923, 3835276; 346923, 3835576; 346953, 3835576; 346953, 3835666; 
346983, 3835666; 346983, 3835726; returning to 347013, 3835726.
    (ii) Subunit 6b: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Val Verde and 
Newhall, land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 351607, 
3812015; 351519, 3811959; 351509, 3811885; 351441, 3811818; 351334, 
3811775; 351265, 3811817; 351198, 3811784; 351050, 3811684; 350707, 
3811270; 350549, 3811035; 350461, 3810962; 350392, 3810900; 350536, 
3810555; 350611, 3810615; 350651, 3810701; 350911, 3810836; 350996, 
3810902; 351071, 3811080; 351233, 3811324; 351219, 3811410; 351600, 
3811716; 351723, 3811700; 351817, 3811720; 351869, 3811755; 351931, 
3811780; 352028, 3811785; 352275, 3811789; 352444, 3811775; 352470, 
3811769; 352572, 3811731; 352656, 3811722; 352693, 3811705; 352754, 
3811671; 352780, 3811675; 352794, 3811672; 352866, 3811626; 352898, 
3811602; 352914, 3811598; 352942, 3811612; 352987, 3811637; 353083, 
3811663; 353147, 3811702; 353216, 3811740; 353234, 3811758; 353232, 
3811809; 353269, 3811790; 353276, 3811785; 353335, 3811693; 353500, 
3811489; 353620, 3811270; 353712, 3811027; 353790, 3810921; 353806, 
3810879; 353836, 3810829; 353902, 3810814; 354034, 3810821; 354163, 
3810711; 354188, 3810661; 354219, 3810611; 354385, 3810571; 354404, 
3810585; 354407, 3810621; 354340, 3810791; 354401, 3810779; 354503, 
3810743; 354626, 3810700; 354675, 3810672; 354728, 3810658; 354809, 
3810606; 354872, 3810556; 354931, 3810602; 354944, 3810635; 354962, 
3810664; 354999, 3810679; 355059, 3810710; 355104, 3810722; 355134, 
3810752; 355211, 3810742; 355239, 3810746; 355261, 3810741; 355286, 
3810734; 355312, 3810731; 355340, 3810738; 355367, 3810705; 355334, 
3810669; 355308, 3810641; 355272, 3810602; 355329, 3810504; 355339, 
3810502; 355434, 3810487; 355489, 3810439; 355510, 3810432; 355515, 
3810392; 355464, 3810402; 355405, 3810353; 355244, 3810403; 355176, 
3810435; 355113, 3810417; 355091, 3810325; 354761, 3810325; 354746, 
3810358; 354539, 3810348; 354510, 3810406; 354477, 3810400; 354282, 
3810496; 354213, 3810530; 354144, 3810533; 354039, 3810589; 353745, 
3810703; 353618, 3810835; 353493, 3810884; 353457, 3810959; 353464, 
3811077; 353461, 3811117; 353440, 3811155; 353401, 3811177; 353203, 
3811177; 353129, 3811231; 353097, 3811234; 353059, 3811234; 353025, 
3811241; 353000, 3811258; 352943, 3811285; 352799, 3811294; 352639, 
3811323; 352632, 3811323; 352526, 3811295; 352391, 3811345; 352293, 
3811456; 352263, 3811456; 352263, 3811486; 352203, 3811486; 352203, 
3811516; 352143, 3811516; 352143, 3811486; 352083, 3811486; 352083, 
3811516; 352053, 3811516; 352053, 3811546; 351933, 3811546; 351933, 
3811516; 351903, 3811516; 351903, 3811486; 351873, 3811486; 351873, 
3811456; 351843, 3811456; 351843, 3811396; 351813, 3811396; 351813, 
3811366; 351783, 3811366; 351783, 3811306; 351753, 3811306; 351753, 
3811246; 351723, 3811246; 351723, 3811216; 351693, 3811216; 351693, 
3811126; 351723, 3811126; 351723, 3811096; 351753, 3811096; 351753, 
3811036; 351783, 3811036; 351783, 3811006; 351843, 3811006; 351843, 
3810946; 351873, 3810946; 351873, 3810916; 351903, 3810916; 351903, 
3810886; 351873, 3810886; 351873, 3810856; 351783, 3810856; 351783, 
3810886; 351693, 3810886; 351693, 3810916; 351633, 3810916; 351633, 
3810886; 351573, 3810886; 351573, 3810856; 351543, 3810856; 351543, 
3810826; 351513, 3810826; 351513, 3810796; 351483, 3810796; 351483, 
3810766; 351453, 3810766; 351453, 3810736; 351423, 3810736; 351423, 
3810706; 351393, 3810706; 351393, 3810586; 351423, 3810586; 351423, 
3810556; 351483, 3810556; 351483, 3810526; 351573, 3810526; 351573, 
3810496; 351513, 3810496; 351513, 3810406; 351423, 3810406; 351423, 
3810436; 351333, 3810436; 351333, 3810406; 351273, 3810406; 351273, 
3810376; 351213, 3810376; 351213, 3810346; 351123, 3810346; 351123, 
3810316; 351063, 3810316; 351063, 3810286; 350973, 3810286; 350973, 
3810256; 350913, 3810256; 350913, 3810196; 350853, 3810196; 350853, 
3810166; 350823, 3810166; 350823, 3810106; 350793, 3810106; 350793, 
3810016; 350763, 3810016; 350763, 3809986; 350733, 3809986; 350733, 
3810016; 350703, 3810016; 350703, 3810046; 350673, 3810046; 350673, 
3810016; 350613, 3810016; 350613, 3809986; 350583, 3809986; 350583, 
3809956; 350553, 3809956; 350553, 3809926; 350523, 3809926; 350523, 
3809896; 350463, 3809896; 350463, 3809866; 350433, 3809866; 350433, 
3809806; 350463, 3809806; 350463, 3809776; 350493, 3809776; 350493, 
3809716; 350523, 3809716; 350523, 3809686; 350493, 3809686; 350493, 
3809656; 350403, 3809656; 350403, 3809686; 350343, 3809686; 350343, 
3809716; 350283, 3809716; 350283, 3809746; 350163, 3809746; 350163, 
3809716; 350073, 3809716; 350073, 3809746; 349803, 3809746; 349803, 
3809716; 349773, 3809716; 349773, 3809656; 349743, 3809656; 349743, 
3809626; 349713, 3809626; 349713, 3809656; 349683, 3809656; 349683, 
3809716; 349653, 3809716; 349653, 3809746; 349593, 3809746; 349593, 
3809776; 349443, 3809776; 349443, 3809746; 349413, 3809746; 349413, 
3809716; 349383, 3809716; 349383, 3809686; 349353, 3809686; 349353,

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3809716; 349293, 3809716; 349293, 3809746; 349203, 3809746; 349203, 
3809716; 348963, 3809716; 348963, 3809686; 348843, 3809686; 348843, 
3809656; 348783, 3809656; 348783, 3809626; 348723, 3809626; 348723, 
3809716; 348693, 3809716; 348693, 3809956; 348723, 3809956; 348723, 
3810010; 348814, 3810014; 348855, 3810063; 348912, 3810088; 348977, 
3810098; 349069, 3810099; 349167, 3810089; 349274, 3810065; 349342, 
3810026; 349783, 3810022; 349908, 3810053; 350020, 3810116; 350109, 
3810204; 350111, 3810282; 350155, 3810412; 350231, 3810529; 350260, 
3810644; 350290, 3810839; 350136, 3810837; 350133, 3810916; 350133, 
3810946; 350163, 3810946; 350163, 3810976; 350193, 3810976; 350193, 
3811006; 350223, 3811006; 350223, 3811036; 350253, 3811036; 350253, 
3811066; 350284, 3811067; 350332, 3811179; 350353, 3811269; 350362, 
3811367; 350497, 3811286; 350572, 3811314; 350783, 3811547; 350856, 
3811582; 350916, 3811674; 350944, 3811744; 351015, 3811821; 351114, 
3811958; 351013, 3811999; 350945, 3812079; 350793, 3812290; 350679, 
3812483; 350662, 3812533; 350660, 3812557; 350664, 3812570; 350686, 
3812591; 350711, 3812689; 350772, 3812746; 350853, 3812746; 350853, 
3812716; 350883, 3812716; 350883, 3812656; 350943, 3812656; 350943, 
3812506; 350973, 3812506; 350973, 3812446; 351003, 3812446; 351003, 
3812416; 351033, 3812416; 351033, 3812356; 351123, 3812356; 351154, 
3812153; 351230, 3811960; 351308, 3812011; 351365, 3812071; 351394, 
3812134; 351402, 3812197; 351373, 3812260; 351429, 3812312; 351362, 
3812433; 351344, 3812518; 351327, 3812670; 351317, 3812718; 351276, 
3812777; 351276, 3812820; 351290, 3812866; 351284, 3812918; 351290, 
3812961; 351301, 3813098; 351324, 3813156; 351391, 3813243; 351591, 
3813448; 351660, 3813318; 351665, 3813305; 351582, 3813228; 351575, 
3813219; 351541, 3813083; 351558, 3812923; 351732, 3812697; 351808, 
3812549; 351808, 3812379; 351818, 3812330; 351792, 3812262; 351710, 
3812130; returning to 351607, 3812015.
    (iii) Subunit 6c: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Agua Dulce, 
and Acton, land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 
388803, 3811696; 388803, 3811636; 388833, 3811636; 388833, 3811606; 
388863, 3811606; 388863, 3811576; 388833, 3811576; 388833, 3811486; 
388773, 3811486; 388773, 3811426; 388683, 3811426; 388683, 3811306; 
388653, 3811306; 388653, 3811276; 388623, 3811276; 388623, 3811246; 
388593, 3811246; 388593, 3811216; 388353, 3811216; 388353, 3811186; 
388293, 3811186; 388293, 3811126; 387965, 3811126; 387965, 3810996; 
386223, 3810996; 386223, 3811006; 386163, 3811006; 386163, 3811036; 
386013, 3811036; 386013, 3811066; 385953, 3811066; 385953, 3811096; 
385893, 3811096; 385893, 3811186; 385773, 3811186; 385773, 3811156; 
385743, 3811156; 385743, 3811036; 385773, 3811036; 385773, 3810706; 
385803, 3810706; 385803, 3810646; 385833, 3810646; 385833, 3810586; 
385863, 3810586; 385863, 3810526; 385773, 3810526; 385773, 3810556; 
385713, 3810556; 385713, 3810586; 385623, 3810586; 385623, 3810646; 
385563, 3810646; 385563, 3810706; 385533, 3810706; 385533, 3810766; 
385503, 3810766; 385503, 3810796; 385443, 3810796; 385443, 3810766; 
385383, 3810766; 385383, 3810736; 385353, 3810736; 385353, 3810826; 
385383, 3810826; 385383, 3810886; 385413, 3810886; 385413, 3811006; 
385383, 3811006; 385383, 3811066; 385353, 3811066; 385353, 3811216; 
385323, 3811216; 385323, 3811276; 385293, 3811276; 385293, 3811246; 
385263, 3811246; 385263, 3811276; 385233, 3811276; 385233, 3811396; 
385203, 3811396; 385203, 3811426; 385173, 3811426; 385173, 3811456; 
385113, 3811456; 385113, 3811486; 385083, 3811486; 385083, 3811516; 
385023, 3811516; 385023, 3811546; 384963, 3811546; 384963, 3811576; 
384783, 3811576; 384783, 3811546; 384753, 3811546; 384753, 3811516; 
384783, 3811516; 384783, 3811426; 384723, 3811426; 384723, 3811456; 
384693, 3811456; 384693, 3811426; 384633, 3811426; 384633, 3811306; 
384573, 3811306; 384573, 3811336; 384543, 3811336; 384543, 3811366; 
384453, 3811366; 384453, 3811396; 384333, 3811396; 384333, 3811426; 
384033, 3811426; 384033, 3811366; 383883, 3811366; 383883, 3811336; 
383823, 3811336; 383823, 3811306; 383793, 3811306; 383793, 3811276; 
383703, 3811276; 383703, 3811246; 383673, 3811246; 383673, 3811306; 
383643, 3811306; 383643, 3811276; 383553, 3811276; 383553, 3811306; 
383433, 3811306; 383433, 3811246; 383343, 3811246; 383343, 3811276; 
383253, 3811276; 383253, 3811306; 383193, 3811306; 383193, 3811276; 
383163, 3811276; 383163, 3811306; 383103, 3811306; 383103, 3811336; 
383073, 3811336; 383073, 3811306; 383043, 3811306; 383043, 3811336; 
382893, 3811336; 382893, 3811366; 382623, 3811366; 382623, 3811396; 
382503, 3811396; 382503, 3811366; 382443, 3811366; 382443, 3811336; 
382383, 3811336; 382383, 3811306; 382353, 3811306; 382353, 3811246; 
382323, 3811246; 382323, 3811336; 382293, 3811336; 382293, 3811366; 
382263, 3811366; 382263, 3811426; 382233, 3811426; 382233, 3811456; 
382203, 3811456; 382203, 3811516; 382173, 3811516; 382173, 3811546; 
382143, 3811546; 382143, 3811576; 382083, 3811576; 382083, 3811546; 
382023, 3811546; 382023, 3811516; 381903, 3811516; 381903, 3811546; 
381813, 3811546; 381813, 3811456; 381783, 3811456; 381783, 3811396; 
381723, 3811396; 381723, 3811336; 381693, 3811336; 381693, 3811366; 
381663, 3811366; 381663, 3811486; 381543, 3811486; 381543, 3811456; 
381453, 3811456; 381453, 3811486; 381423, 3811486; 381423, 3811516; 
381333, 3811516; 381333, 3811486; 381303, 3811486; 381303, 3811426; 
381273, 3811426; 381273, 3811486; 381213, 3811486; 381213, 3811456; 
381183, 3811456; 381183, 3811426; 381153, 3811426; 381153, 3811396; 
381123, 3811396; 381123, 3811366; 381063, 3811366; 381063, 3811396; 
380973, 3811396; 380973, 3811426; 380883, 3811426; 380883, 3811456; 
380853, 3811456; 380853, 3811606; 380823, 3811606; 380823, 3811636; 
380793, 3811636; 380793, 3811576; 380763, 3811576; 380763, 3811546; 
380733, 3811546; 380733, 3811516; 380703, 3811516; 380703, 3811486; 
380673, 3811486; 380673, 3811456; 380643, 3811456; 380643, 3811426; 
380583, 3811426; 380583, 3811396; 380553, 3811396; 380553, 3811426; 
380403, 3811426; 380403, 3811396; 380313, 3811396; 380313, 3811366; 
380253, 3811366; 380253, 3811456; 380223, 3811456; 380223, 3811486; 
380193, 3811486; 380193, 3811516; 380133, 3811516; 380133, 3811576; 
380103, 3811576; 380103, 3811606; 380043, 3811606; 380043, 3811576; 
380013, 3811576; 380013, 3811606; 379983, 3811606; 379983, 3811666; 
379953, 3811666; 379953, 3811696; 379923, 3811696; 379923, 3811726; 
379893, 3811726; 379893, 3811756; 379803, 3811756; 379803, 3811726; 
379773, 3811726; 379773, 3811696; 379803, 3811696; 379803, 3811636; 
379743, 3811636; 379743, 3811666; 379713, 3811666; 379713, 3811696; 
379653, 3811696; 379653, 3811726; 379623, 3811726; 379623, 3811696; 
379563, 3811696; 379563, 3811666; 379503, 3811666; 379503, 3811636; 
379443, 3811636; 379443, 3811606; 379413, 3811606; 379413, 3811576; 
379353, 3811576; 379353, 3811546; 379263, 3811546; 379263, 3811516; 
379173, 3811516; 379173, 3811486; 379053,

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3811486; 379053, 3811456; 378963, 3811456; 378963, 3811426; 378903, 
3811426; 378903, 3811396; 378873, 3811396; 378873, 3811366; 378843, 
3811366; 378843, 3811336; 378753, 3811336; 378753, 3811306; 378603, 
3811306; 378603, 3811336; 378513, 3811336; 378513, 3811306; 378453, 
3811306; 378453, 3811456; 378423, 3811456; 378423, 3811516; 378393, 
3811516; 378393, 3811576; 378273, 3811576; 378273, 3811546; 378243, 
3811546; 378243, 3811516; 378153, 3811516; 378153, 3811486; 378093, 
3811486; 378093, 3811456; 377973, 3811456; 377973, 3811426; 377883, 
3811426; 377883, 3811396; 377823, 3811396; 377823, 3811366; 377793, 
3811366; 377793, 3811396; 377763, 3811396; 377763, 3811426; 377643, 
3811426; 377643, 3811396; 377583, 3811396; 377583, 3811366; 377553, 
3811366; 377553, 3811336; 377463, 3811336; 377463, 3811306; 377403, 
3811306; 377403, 3811276; 377343, 3811276; 377343, 3811246; 377283, 
3811246; 377283, 3811216; 377193, 3811216; 377193, 3811186; 377133, 
3811186; 377133, 3811216; 377103, 3811216; 377103, 3811276; 377043, 
3811276; 377043, 3811216; 377013, 3811216; 377013, 3811186; 376983, 
3811186; 376983, 3811126; 376953, 3811126; 376953, 3811036; 376803, 
3811036; 376803, 3811006; 376773, 3811006; 376773, 3811036; 376743, 
3811036; 376743, 3811006; 376623, 3811006; 376623, 3811039; 376545, 
3811045; 376512, 3811023; 376510, 3810982; 376495, 3810969; 376469, 
3810978; 376452, 3810976; 376291, 3810900; 376219, 3810812; 376203, 
3810708; 376203, 3810526; 376173, 3810526; 376173, 3810466; 376143, 
3810466; 376143, 3810406; 376173, 3810406; 376173, 3810376; 376203, 
3810376; 376203, 3810346; 376233, 3810346; 376233, 3810256; 376173, 
3810256; 376173, 3810286; 376143, 3810286; 376143, 3810256; 376083, 
3810256; 376083, 3810226; 375933, 3810226; 375933, 3810256; 375903, 
3810256; 375903, 3810286; 375873, 3810286; 375873, 3810316; 375843, 
3810316; 375843, 3810346; 375813, 3810346; 375813, 3810376; 375783, 
3810376; 375783, 3810406; 375753, 3810406; 375753, 3810466; 375723, 
3810466; 375723, 3810496; 375693, 3810496; 375693, 3810526; 375663, 
3810526; 375663, 3810556; 375513, 3810556; 375513, 3810526; 375483, 
3810526; 375483, 3810466; 375453, 3810466; 375453, 3810436; 375423, 
3810436; 375423, 3810406; 375363, 3810406; 375363, 3810436; 375273, 
3810436; 375273, 3810466; 375213, 3810466; 375213, 3810496; 375183, 
3810496; 375183, 3810526; 375153, 3810526; 375153, 3810586; 375183, 
3810586; 375183, 3810796; 375123, 3810796; 375123, 3810826; 375063, 
3810826; 375063, 3810856; 375003, 3810856; 375003, 3810886; 374853, 
3810886; 374853, 3810856; 374733, 3810856; 374733, 3810886; 374673, 
3810886; 374673, 3810916; 374643, 3810916; 374643, 3810946; 374619, 
3810946; 374619, 3811009; 374606, 3811024; 374509, 3811098; 374493, 
3811108; 374452, 3811126; 374405, 3811138; 374370, 3811142; 374330, 
3811143; 374285, 3811149; 374167, 3811152; 374045, 3811143; 373991, 
3811134; 373939, 3811129; 373833, 3811111; 373719, 3811097; 373719, 
3811297; 373917, 3811395; 373954, 3811427; 374012, 3811466; 374043, 
3811478; 374072, 3811494; 374151, 3811554; 374189, 3811575; 374233, 
3811590; 374300, 3811595; 374307, 3811609; 374356, 3811624; 374413, 
3811623; 374441, 3811626; 374477, 3811626; 374510, 3811616; 374526, 
3811608; 374558, 3811585; 374590, 3811572; 374615, 3811550; 374646, 
3811509; 374660, 3811484; 374667, 3811464; 374676, 3811448; 374684, 
3811410; 374724, 3811105; 374737, 3811072; 374765, 3811041; 374796, 
3811023; 374822, 3811017; 374844, 3811017; 374901, 3811027; 374967, 
3811050; 374994, 3811054; 375014, 3811054; 375039, 3811050; 375053, 
3811044; 375147, 3811016; 375153, 3811013; 375153, 3811006; 375173, 
3811006; 375189, 3810997; 375206, 3810983; 375284, 3810900; 375320, 
3810857; 375345, 3810834; 375363, 3810821; 375363, 3810676; 375393, 
3810676; 375393, 3810706; 375423, 3810706; 375424, 3810710; 375432, 
3810701; 375442, 3810695; 375486, 3810673; 375516, 3810668; 375557, 
3810656; 375601, 3810648; 375641, 3810636; 375660, 3810626; 375699, 
3810600; 375722, 3810581; 375798, 3810506; 375845, 3810475; 375886, 
3810456; 375898, 3810454; 375961, 3810455; 375979, 3810466; 376023, 
3810466; 376023, 3810490; 376046, 3810502; 376073, 3810523; 376106, 
3810565; 376121, 3810597; 376126, 3810620; 376132, 3810672; 376141, 
3810800; 376156, 3810864; 376176, 3810912; 376196, 3810945; 376215, 
3810969; 376244, 3810998; 376265, 3811015; 376309, 3811045; 376340, 
3811058; 376473, 3811108; 376547, 3811132; 376678, 3811179; 376735, 
3811202; 376769, 3811219; 376800, 3811238; 376833, 3811262; 376919, 
3811345; 376960, 3811381; 376985, 3811400; 377028, 3811423; 377083, 
3811443; 377272, 3811484; 377232, 3811514; 377310, 3811526; 377398, 
3811545; 377422, 3811559; 377455, 3811588; 377494, 3811630; 377507, 
3811650; 377511, 3811662; 377512, 3811769; 377510, 3811785; 377501, 
3811817; 377493, 3811835; 377493, 3811846; 377523, 3811846; 377523, 
3811936; 377553, 3811936; 377553, 3811846; 377583, 3811846; 377583, 
3811816; 377613, 3811816; 377613, 3811666; 377918, 3811666; 377918, 
3811609; 377969, 3811624; 378003, 3811629; 378033, 3811642; 378048, 
3811646; 378061, 3811653; 378073, 3811664; 378148, 3811708; 378195, 
3811739; 378227, 3811754; 378287, 3811775; 378356, 3811793; 378386, 
3811797; 378469, 3811797; 378486, 3811794; 378505, 3811787; 378542, 
3811766; 378550, 3811758; 378631, 3811699; 378654, 3811688; 378687, 
3811677; 378729, 3811671; 378779, 3811672; 378798, 3811675; 379128, 
3811748; 379177, 3811756; 379231, 3811771; 379383, 3811834; 379533, 
3811890; 379591, 3811916; 379684, 3811953; 379734, 3811970; 379788, 
3811979; 379825, 3811977; 380026, 3811944; 380076, 3811933; 380107, 
3811917; 380130, 3811899; 380217, 3811809; 380239, 3811793; 380319, 
3811744; 380405, 3811710; 380453, 3811700; 380495, 3811696; 380524, 
3811697; 380560, 3811706; 380583, 3811715; 380611, 3811732; 380629, 
3811744; 380649, 3811764; 380688, 3811812; 380714, 3811850; 380757, 
3811892; 380793, 3811916; 380833, 3811935; 380856, 3811942; 380888, 
3811948; 380917, 3811948; 380941, 3811945; 380981, 3811931; 381014, 
3811909; 381039, 3811886; 381059, 3811872; 381083, 3811859; 381110, 
3811849; 381136, 3811845; 381165, 3811844; 381242, 3811857; 381272, 
3811858; 381295, 3811855; 381331, 3811844; 381350, 3811832; 381401, 
3811788; 381447, 3811741; 381493, 3811713; 381540, 3811699; 381589, 
3811700; 381647, 3811714; 381697, 3811751; 381742, 3811797; 381774, 
3811820; 381813, 3811836; 381875, 3811851; 381949, 3811861; 381964, 
3811861; 382009, 3811854; 382024, 3811854; 382074, 3811861; 382165, 
3811909; 382211, 3811924; 382268, 3811917; 382320, 3811895; 382361, 
3811860; 382391, 3811806; 382417, 3811744; 382438, 3811720; 382471, 
3811698; 382774, 3811598; 382839, 3811580; 382890, 3811582; 382931, 
3811591; 382978, 3811615; 383030, 3811647; 383073, 3811667; 383137, 
3811678; 383281, 3811676; 383335, 3811680; 383381, 3811679; 383442, 
3811670; 383563, 3811642; 383618, 3811638; 383678, 3811653; 383810, 
3811692; 383902, 3811715; 383975, 3811726; 384092, 3811729; 384401,

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3811731; 384445, 3811735; 384502, 3811747; 384571, 3811775; 384652, 
3811815; 384705, 3811837; 384755, 3811848; 384809, 3811851; 384858, 
3811846; 384919, 3811829; 384987, 3811796; 385059, 3811745; 385212, 
3811628; 385258, 3811586; 385318, 3811521; 385360, 3811483; 385393, 
3811458; 385455, 3811429; 385503, 3811416; 385551, 3811409; 385604, 
3811411; 385663, 3811424; 385741, 3811449; 385803, 3811460; 385914, 
3811454; 385966, 3811458; 386054, 3811474; 386119, 3811474; 386163, 
3811456; 386279, 3811357; 386367, 3811327; 386444, 3811315; 386679, 
3811313; 386980, 3811335; 387030, 3811349; 387161, 3811396; 387311, 
3811454; 387379, 3811466; 387432, 3811467; 387477, 3811462; 387554, 
3811437; 387673, 3811385; 387800, 3811344; 387846, 3811336; 387864, 
3811336; 387910, 3811338; 387952, 3811350; 388023, 3811383; 388126, 
3811463; 388185, 3811505; 388246, 3811554; 388293, 3811597; 388382, 
3811653; 388449, 3811688; 388507, 3811713; 388551, 3811776; 388599, 
3811829; 388647, 3811900; 388675, 3811946; 388795, 3812106; 388839, 
3812194; 388882, 3812243; 388918, 3812296; 389119, 3812296; 389120, 
3812290; 389121, 3812252; 389019, 3812197; 389019, 3811816; 388953, 
3811816; 388953, 3811786; 388893, 3811786; 388893, 3811756; 388863, 
3811756; 388863, 3811726; 388833, 3811726; 388833, 3811696; returning 
to 388803, 3811696.
    (iv) Note: Map of Unit 6 follows.
BILLING CODE 4310-55-P

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[GRAPHIC] [TIFF OMITTED] TR09FE11.004

BILLING CODE 4310-55-C
    (12) Unit 7: Upper Los Angeles River Basin, Los Angeles County, 
California.
    (i) From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Condor Peak and Chilao Flat, 
land

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in the Big Tujunga Creek basin bounded by the following UTM zone 11, 
NAD83 coordinates (E, N): 398433, 3797296; 398403, 3797296; 398403, 
3797326; 398433, 3797326; returning to 398433, 3797296.
    (ii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 398433, 
3797296; 398463, 3797296; 398463, 3797326; 398523, 3797326; 398523, 
3797446; 398553, 3797446; 398553, 3797416; 398583, 3797416; 398583, 
3797386; 398613, 3797386; 398613, 3797326; 398643, 3797326; 398643, 
3797296; 398703, 3797296; 398703, 3797326; 398733, 3797326; 398733, 
3797356; 398763, 3797356; 398763, 3797386; 398823, 3797386; 398823, 
3797326; 398793, 3797326; 398793, 3797266; 398823, 3797266; 398823, 
3797236; 398943, 3797236; 398943, 3797266; 399003, 3797266; 399003, 
3797236; 399033, 3797236; 399033, 3797206; 399003, 3797206; 399003, 
3797146; 399093, 3797146; 399093, 3797176; 399123, 3797176; 399123, 
3797206; 399153, 3797206; 399153, 3797296; 399183, 3797296; 399183, 
3797326; 399213, 3797326; 399213, 3797296; 399243, 3797296; 399243, 
3797266; 399273, 3797266; 399273, 3797296; 399303, 3797296; 399303, 
3797326; 399363, 3797326; 399363, 3797356; 399393, 3797356; 399393, 
3797236; 399633, 3797236; 399633, 3797206; 399693, 3797206; 399693, 
3797176; 399723, 3797176; 399723, 3797116; 399783, 3797116; 399783, 
3797146; 399843, 3797146; 399843, 3797176; 399903, 3797176; 399903, 
3797206; 399933, 3797206; 399933, 3797236; 399963, 3797236; 399963, 
3797356; 399993, 3797356; 399993, 3797416; 400203, 3797416; 400203, 
3797446; 400263, 3797446; 400263, 3797356; 400293, 3797356; 400293, 
3797326; 400323, 3797326; 400323, 3797236; 400443, 3797236; 400443, 
3797206; 400473, 3797206; 400473, 3797176; 400503, 3797176; 400503, 
3797146; 400563, 3797146; 400563, 3797116; 400593, 3797116; 400593, 
3797086; 400623, 3797086; 400623, 3797056; 400653, 3797056; 400653, 
3797026; 400713, 3797026; 400713, 3796996; 400743, 3796996; 400743, 
3796966; 400773, 3796966; 400773, 3796936; 400803, 3796936; 400803, 
3796906; 400983, 3796906; 400983, 3796876; 401103, 3796876; 401103, 
3796906; 401133, 3796906; 401133, 3796996; 401163, 3796996; 401163, 
3797026; 401193, 3797026; 401193, 3797056; 401223, 3797056; 401223, 
3797086; 401253, 3797086; 401253, 3797116; 401283, 3797116; 401283, 
3797176; 401313, 3797176; 401313, 3797206; 401343, 3797206; 401343, 
3797236; 401373, 3797236; 401373, 3797296; 401433, 3797296; 401433, 
3797326; 401493, 3797326; 401493, 3797386; 401523, 3797386; 401523, 
3797536; 401493, 3797536; 401493, 3797626; 401463, 3797626; 401463, 
3797716; 401493, 3797716; 401493, 3797686; 401553, 3797686; 401553, 
3797656; 401583, 3797656; 401583, 3797716; 401613, 3797716; 401613, 
3797746; 401643, 3797746; 401643, 3797806; 401673, 3797806; 401673, 
3797836; 401733, 3797836; 401733, 3797866; 401883, 3797866; 401883, 
3797926; 401913, 3797926; 401913, 3797956; 401943, 3797956; 401943, 
3797926; 401973, 3797926; 401973, 3797866; 402033, 3797866; 402033, 
3797896; 402063, 3797896; 402063, 3797926; 402093, 3797926; 402093, 
3797956; 402123, 3797956; 402123, 3797986; 402273, 3797986; 402273, 
3797956; 402303, 3797956; 402303, 3797986; 402363, 3797986; 402363, 
3797956; 402393, 3797956; 402393, 3797986; 402483, 3797986; 402483, 
3798106; 402513, 3798106; 402513, 3798226; 402723, 3798226; 402723, 
3798256; 402753, 3798256; 402753, 3798226; 403113, 3798226; 403113, 
3798256; 403263, 3798256; 403263, 3798286; 403293, 3798286; 403293, 
3798316; 403323, 3798316; 403323, 3798106; 403353, 3798106; 403353, 
3798076; 403383, 3798076; 403383, 3798046; 403413, 3798046; 403413, 
3798016; 403443, 3798016; 403443, 3797986; 403383, 3797986; 403383, 
3797926; 403353, 3797926; 403353, 3797806; 403293, 3797806; 403293, 
3797836; 403263, 3797836; 403263, 3797866; 403233, 3797866; 403233, 
3797896; 403203, 3797896; 403203, 3797926; 403143, 3797926; 403143, 
3797956; 402933, 3797956; 402933, 3797986; 402873, 3797986; 402873, 
3798016; 402843, 3798016; 402843, 3798046; 402783, 3798046; 402783, 
3798076; 402723, 3798076; 402723, 3798046; 402693, 3798046; 402693, 
3798016; 402663, 3798016; 402663, 3797926; 402603, 3797926; 402603, 
3797896; 402543, 3797896; 402543, 3797866; 402513, 3797866; 402513, 
3797836; 402453, 3797836; 402453, 3797806; 402363, 3797806; 402363, 
3797776; 402303, 3797776; 402303, 3797746; 402213, 3797746; 402213, 
3797716; 402183, 3797716; 402183, 3797686; 402153, 3797686; 402153, 
3797656; 402123, 3797656; 402123, 3797626; 402063, 3797626; 402063, 
3797596; 401883, 3797596; 401883, 3797566; 401823, 3797566; 401823, 
3797326; 401793, 3797326; 401793, 3797266; 401763, 3797266; 401763, 
3797236; 401733, 3797236; 401733, 3797206; 401673, 3797206; 401673, 
3797176; 401643, 3797176; 401643, 3797146; 401613, 3797146; 401613, 
3797116; 401583, 3797116; 401583, 3797026; 401553, 3797026; 401553, 
3796996; 401433, 3796996; 401433, 3796966; 401373, 3796966; 401373, 
3796936; 401313, 3796936; 401313, 3796876; 401283, 3796876; 401283, 
3796816; 401373, 3796816; 401373, 3796786; 401403, 3796786; 401403, 
3796816; 401433, 3796816; 401433, 3796786; 401523, 3796786; 401523, 
3796756; 401583, 3796756; 401583, 3796786; 401613, 3796786; 401643, 
3796786; 401643, 3796756; 401673, 3796756; 401673, 3796786; 401703, 
3796786; 401703, 3796756; 401733, 3796756; 401733, 3796726; 401763, 
3796726; 401763, 3796666; 401823, 3796666; 401823, 3796636; 401853, 
3796636; 401853, 3796546; 401913, 3796546; 401913, 3796516; 402033, 
3796516; 402033, 3796456; 402183, 3796456; 402183, 3796426; 402213, 
3796426; 402213, 3796366; 402243, 3796366; 402243, 3796336; 402273, 
3796336; 402273, 3796276; 402303, 3796276; 402303, 3796216; 402363, 
3796216; 402363, 3796186; 402393, 3796186; 402393, 3796096; 402423, 
3796096; 402423, 3796066; 402483, 3796066; 402483, 3795976; 402513, 
3795976; 402513, 3795946; 402573, 3795946; 402573, 3795916; 402633, 
3795916; 402633, 3795886; 402663, 3795886; 402663, 3795856; 402633, 
3795856; 402633, 3795796; 402663, 3795796; 402663, 3795676; 402693, 
3795676; 402693, 3795586; 402663, 3795586; 402663, 3795466; 402693, 
3795466; 402693, 3795406; 402723, 3795406; 402723, 3795376; 402783, 
3795376; 402783, 3795346; 402813, 3795346; 402813, 3795316; 402843, 
3795316; 402843, 3795286; 402693, 3795286; 402693, 3795256; 402603, 
3795256; 402603, 3795286; 402573, 3795286; 402573, 3795316; 402543, 
3795316; 402543, 3795346; 402483, 3795346; 402483, 3795406; 402453, 
3795406; 402453, 3795496; 402483, 3795496; 402483, 3795586; 402453, 
3795586; 402453, 3795646; 402423, 3795646; 402423, 3795706; 402393, 
3795706; 402393, 3795736; 402303, 3795736; 402303, 3795766; 402273, 
3795766; 402273, 3795856; 402243, 3795856; 402243, 3795886; 402213, 
3795886; 402213, 3795946; 402153, 3795946; 402153, 3795976; 402123, 
3795976; 402123, 3796066; 402153, 3796066; 402153, 3796186; 402123, 
3796186; 402123, 3796216; 402033, 3796216; 402033, 3796186; 402003, 
3796186; 402003, 3796156; 401973, 3796156; 401973, 3796126; 401943, 
3796126; 401943, 3796156; 401913, 3796156; 401913, 3796186; 401853,

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3796186; 401853, 3796216; 401823, 3796216; 401823, 3796186; 401733, 
3796186; 401733, 3796306; 401703, 3796306; 401703, 3796336; 401673, 
3796336; 401673, 3796396; 401643, 3796396; 401643, 3796486; 401613, 
3796486; 401613, 3796516; 401463, 3796516; 401463, 3796546; 401403, 
3796546; 401403, 3796576; 401373, 3796576; 401373, 3796606; 401343, 
3796606; 401343, 3796636; 401283, 3796636; 401283, 3796666; 401193, 
3796666; 401193, 3796696; 400893, 3796696; 400893, 3796666; 400863, 
3796666; 400863, 3796636; 400803, 3796636; 400803, 3796606; 400683, 
3796606; 400683, 3796576; 400593, 3796576; 400593, 3796546; 400563, 
3796546; 400563, 3796486; 400533, 3796486; 400533, 3796546; 400503, 
3796546; 400503, 3796606; 400443, 3796606; 400443, 3796636; 400413, 
3796636; 400413, 3796666; 400383, 3796666; 400383, 3796726; 400353, 
3796726; 400353, 3796756; 400323, 3796756; 400323, 3796786; 400293, 
3796786; 400293, 3796816; 400233, 3796816; 400233, 3796846; 400173, 
3796846; 400173, 3796876; 399873, 3796876; 399873, 3796846; 399813, 
3796846; 399813, 3796816; 399753, 3796816; 399753, 3796846; 399723, 
3796846; 399723, 3796876; 399573, 3796876; 399573, 3796906; 399513, 
3796906; 399513, 3796876; 399453, 3796876; 399453, 3796906; 399423, 
3796906; 399423, 3796936; 399363, 3796936; 399363, 3796906; 399333, 
3796906; 399333, 3796876; 399303, 3796876; 399303, 3796846; 399243, 
3796846; 399243, 3796816; 399213, 3796816; 399213, 3796846; 399153, 
3796846; 399153, 3796816; 398973, 3796816; 398973, 3796846; 398943, 
3796846; 398943, 3796876; 398913, 3796876; 398913, 3796906; 398853, 
3796906; 398853, 3796936; 398823, 3796936; 398823, 3796966; 398793, 
3796966; 398793, 3796996; 398733, 3796996; 398733, 3797026; 398673, 
3797026; 398673, 3797056; 398493, 3797056; 398493, 3796996; 398523, 
3796996; 398523, 3796966; 398553, 3796966; 398553, 3796936; 398583, 
3796936; 398583, 3796906; 398463, 3796906; 398463, 3796936; 398313, 
3796936; 398313, 3796906; 398283, 3796906; 398283, 3796876; 398253, 
3796876; 398253, 3796846; 398073, 3796846; 398073, 3796816; 398043, 
3796816; 398043, 3796756; 398073, 3796756; 398073, 3796606; 398043, 
3796606; 398043, 3796576; 398013, 3796576; 398013, 3796546; 397953, 
3796546; 397953, 3796516; 397863, 3796516; 397863, 3796546; 397803, 
3796546; 397803, 3796576; 397743, 3796576; 397743, 3796636; 397683, 
3796636; 397683, 3796666; 397653, 3796666; 397653, 3796756; 397623, 
3796756; 397623, 3796786; 397593, 3796786; 397593, 3796816; 397503, 
3796816; 397503, 3796936; 397473, 3796936; 397473, 3796996; 397443, 
3796996; 397443, 3797026; 397383, 3797026; 397383, 3796996; 397353, 
3796996; 397353, 3796936; 397293, 3796936; 397293, 3796906; 397263, 
3796906; 397263, 3796936; 397203, 3796936; 397203, 3796966; 397173, 
3796966; 397173, 3796996; 397053, 3796996; 397053, 3796966; 397023, 
3796966; 397023, 3796996; 396993, 3796996; 396993, 3797026; 396933, 
3797026; 396933, 3797176; 396783, 3797176; 396783, 3797206; 396663, 
3797206; 396663, 3797146; 396633, 3797146; 396633, 3797086; 396603, 
3797086; 396603, 3797026; 396543, 3797026; 396543, 3796996; 396423, 
3796996; 396423, 3797026; 396393, 3797026; 396393, 3797056; 396333, 
3797056; 396333, 3797116; 396303, 3797116; 396303, 3797086; 396273, 
3797086; 396273, 3797116; 396243, 3797116; 396243, 3797086; 396183, 
3797086; 396183, 3797056; 396003, 3797056; 396003, 3797026; 395943, 
3797026; 395943, 3796996; 395883, 3796996; 395883, 3796966; 395733, 
3796966; 395733, 3796936; 395703, 3796936; 395613, 3796936; 395613, 
3796966; 395583, 3796966; 395583, 3796996; 395553, 3796996; 395553, 
3797026; 395523, 3797026; 395523, 3797056; 395493, 3797056; 395493, 
3797086; 395523, 3797086; 395523, 3797116; 395553, 3797116; 395553, 
3797176; 395493, 3797176; 395493, 3797206; 395403, 3797206; 395403, 
3797176; 395373, 3797176; 395373, 3797146; 395343, 3797146; 395343, 
3797116; 395313, 3797116; 395313, 3797086; 395253, 3797086; 395253, 
3797056; 395193, 3797056; 395193, 3797026; 395133, 3797026; 395133, 
3797056; 395073, 3797056; 395073, 3797086; 394923, 3797086; 394923, 
3797056; 394893, 3797056; 394893, 3797026; 394863, 3797026; 394863, 
3796996; 394833, 3796996; 394833, 3796966; 394743, 3796966; 394743, 
3796936; 394653, 3796936; 394653, 3796966; 394593, 3796966; 394593, 
3796936; 394563, 3796936; 394563, 3796906; 394413, 3796906; 394413, 
3796996; 394383, 3796996; 394383, 3797026; 394323, 3797026; 394323, 
3797056; 394233, 3797056; 394233, 3797026; 394083, 3797026; 394083, 
3797056; 394023, 3797056; 394023, 3797086; 393963, 3797086; 393963, 
3797116; 393903, 3797116; 393903, 3797146; 393753, 3797146; 393753, 
3797116; 393723, 3797116; 393723, 3797056; 393693, 3797056; 393693, 
3797026; 393663, 3797026; 393663, 3796936; 393633, 3796936; 393633, 
3796876; 393603, 3796876; 393603, 3796756; 393573, 3796756; 393573, 
3796606; 393513, 3796606; 393513, 3796576; 393453, 3796576; 393453, 
3796546; 393423, 3796546; 393423, 3796516; 393393, 3796516; 393393, 
3796486; 393213, 3796486; 393213, 3796516; 393183, 3796516; 393183, 
3796546; 393153, 3796546; 393153, 3796666; 393093, 3796666; 393093, 
3796696; 393033, 3796696; 393033, 3796666; 393003, 3796666; 393003, 
3796636; 392973, 3796636; 392973, 3796606; 392943, 3796606; 392943, 
3796576; 392703, 3796576; 392703, 3796546; 392673, 3796546; 392673, 
3796516; 392613, 3796516; 392613, 3796486; 392583, 3796486; 392583, 
3796426; 392553, 3796426; 392553, 3796366; 392523, 3796366; 392523, 
3796336; 392493, 3796336; 392493, 3796306; 392463, 3796306; 392463, 
3796276; 392433, 3796276; 392433, 3796246; 392403, 3796246; 392403, 
3796156; 392343, 3796156; 392343, 3796126; 392253, 3796126; 392253, 
3796096; 392163, 3796096; 392163, 3796066; 392073, 3796066; 392073, 
3796036; 392043, 3796036; 392043, 3796006; 392013, 3796006; 392013, 
3796036; 391983, 3796036; 391983, 3796186; 392013, 3796186; 392013, 
3796216; 391983, 3796216; 391983, 3796246; 391953, 3796246; 391953, 
3796276; 391983, 3796276; 391983, 3796306; 392073, 3796306; 392073, 
3796276; 392103, 3796276; 392103, 3796216; 392133, 3796216; 392133, 
3796186; 392163, 3796186; 392163, 3796216; 392283, 3796216; 392283, 
3796246; 392313, 3796246; 392313, 3796306; 392343, 3796306; 392343, 
3796336; 392373, 3796336; 392373, 3796366; 392403, 3796366; 392403, 
3796396; 392433, 3796396; 392433, 3796456; 392463, 3796456; 392463, 
3796486; 392493, 3796486; 392493, 3796516; 392523, 3796516; 392523, 
3796606; 392553, 3796606; 392553, 3796636; 392613, 3796636; 392613, 
3796666; 392883, 3796666; 392883, 3796696; 392913, 3796696; 392913, 
3796756; 392943, 3796756; 392943, 3796786; 393003, 3796786; 393003, 
3796816; 393063, 3796816; 393063, 3796846; 393093, 3796846; 393093, 
3796816; 393183, 3796816; 393183, 3796786; 393213, 3796786; 393213, 
3796756; 393273, 3796756; 393273, 3796726; 393303, 3796726; 393303, 
3796636; 393333, 3796636; 393333, 3796666; 393393, 3796666; 393393, 
3796696; 393423, 3796696; 393423, 3796726; 393453, 3796726; 393453, 
3796756; 393483, 3796756; 393483, 3796816; 393513, 3796816; 393513,

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3796906; 393543, 3796906; 393543, 3796936; 393573, 3796936; 393573, 
3796996; 393603, 3796996; 393603, 3797056; 393633, 3797056; 393633, 
3797146; 393663, 3797146; 393663, 3797206; 393693, 3797206; 393693, 
3797236; 393903, 3797236; 393903, 3797206; 393963, 3797206; 393963, 
3797176; 394023, 3797176; 394023, 3797146; 394083, 3797146; 394083, 
3797176; 394113, 3797176; 394113, 3797146; 394143, 3797146; 394143, 
3797116; 394173, 3797116; 394173, 3797146; 394353, 3797146; 394353, 
3797116; 394413, 3797116; 394413, 3797086; 394443, 3797086; 394443, 
3797056; 394473, 3797056; 394473, 3797026; 394593, 3797026; 394593, 
3797056; 394743, 3797056; 394743, 3797116; 394773, 3797116; 394773, 
3797176; 394803, 3797176; 394803, 3797206; 394773, 3797206; 394773, 
3797266; 394743, 3797266; 394743, 3797296; 394713, 3797296; 394713, 
3797326; 394683, 3797326; 394683, 3797416; 394713, 3797416; 394713, 
3797476; 394743, 3797476; 394743, 3797536; 394773, 3797536; 394773, 
3797566; 394803, 3797566; 394803, 3797596; 394833, 3797596; 394833, 
3797626; 394863, 3797626; 394863, 3797656; 394893, 3797656; 394893, 
3797686; 394923, 3797686; 394923, 3797746; 394953, 3797746; 394953, 
3797776; 395103, 3797776; 395103, 3797746; 395163, 3797746; 395163, 
3797716; 395193, 3797716; 395193, 3797686; 395283, 3797686; 395283, 
3797746; 395313, 3797746; 395313, 3797806; 395403, 3797806; 395403, 
3797926; 395493, 3797926; 395493, 3797986; 395553, 3797986; 395553, 
3798016; 395583, 3798016; 395583, 3798076; 395613, 3798076; 395613, 
3798166; 395673, 3798166; 395673, 3798136; 395703, 3798136; 395703, 
3797956; 395763, 3797956; 395763, 3797986; 395823, 3797986; 395823, 
3798016; 395853, 3798016; 395853, 3798046; 395883, 3798046; 395883, 
3798076; 395913, 3798076; 395913, 3798196; 395943, 3798196; 395943, 
3798226; 395973, 3798226; 395973, 3798256; 396033, 3798256; 396033, 
3798286; 396093, 3798286; 396093, 3798346; 396123, 3798346; 396123, 
3798406; 396153, 3798406; 396153, 3798466; 396213, 3798466; 396213, 
3798526; 396243, 3798526; 396243, 3798646; 396273, 3798646; 396273, 
3798676; 396333, 3798676; 396333, 3798706; 396363, 3798706; 396363, 
3798886; 396393, 3798886; 396393, 3798916; 396423, 3798916; 396423, 
3798946; 396513, 3798946; 396513, 3798916; 396543, 3798916; 396543, 
3798886; 396573, 3798886; 396573, 3798856; 396603, 3798856; 396603, 
3799006; 396573, 3799006; 396573, 3799126; 396693, 3799126; 396693, 
3799156; 396723, 3799156; 396723, 3799216; 396753, 3799216; 396753, 
3799246; 396813, 3799246; 396813, 3799366; 396843, 3799366; 396843, 
3799396; 396873, 3799396; 396873, 3799516; 396903, 3799516; 396903, 
3799486; 396963, 3799486; 396963, 3799396; 396993, 3799396; 396993, 
3799366; 396963, 3799366; 396963, 3799276; 397053, 3799276; 397053, 
3799306; 397113, 3799306; 397113, 3799336; 397173, 3799336; 397173, 
3799366; 397233, 3799366; 397233, 3799426; 397263, 3799426; 397263, 
3799546; 397323, 3799546; 397323, 3799576; 397353, 3799576; 397353, 
3799636; 397383, 3799636; 397383, 3799666; 397413, 3799666; 397413, 
3799696; 397473, 3799696; 397473, 3799726; 397503, 3799726; 397503, 
3799756; 397533, 3799756; 397533, 3799786; 397563, 3799786; 397563, 
3799846; 397593, 3799846; 397593, 3799876; 397623, 3799876; 397623, 
3799996; 397713, 3799996; 397713, 3799936; 397833, 3799936; 397833, 
3799966; 397923, 3799966; 397923, 3799996; 397953, 3799996; 397953, 
3800116; 397923, 3800116; 397923, 3800206; 397893, 3800206; 397893, 
3800386; 397863, 3800386; 397863, 3800476; 397833, 3800476; 397833, 
3800596; 397803, 3800596; 397803, 3800686; 397773, 3800686; 397773, 
3800746; 397803, 3800746; 397803, 3800836; 397833, 3800836; 397833, 
3800926; 397863, 3800926; 397863, 3800986; 397893, 3800986; 397893, 
3801016; 397923, 3801016; 397923, 3801166; 397983, 3801166; 397983, 
3801106; 398013, 3801106; 398013, 3801016; 398193, 3801016; 398193, 
3800986; 398163, 3800986; 398163, 3800956; 398133, 3800956; 398133, 
3800926; 398103, 3800926; 398103, 3800896; 398073, 3800896; 398073, 
3800866; 398043, 3800866; 398043, 3800836; 398013, 3800836; 398013, 
3800716; 398043, 3800716; 398043, 3800686; 398073, 3800686; 398073, 
3800566; 398103, 3800566; 398103, 3800476; 398073, 3800476; 398073, 
3800446; 398043, 3800446; 398043, 3800416; 398073, 3800416; 398073, 
3800356; 398133, 3800356; 398133, 3800326; 398103, 3800326; 398103, 
3800296; 398073, 3800296; 398073, 3800176; 398103, 3800176; 398103, 
3800146; 398163, 3800146; 398163, 3800056; 398133, 3800056; 398133, 
3799876; 398103, 3799876; 398103, 3799786; 398013, 3799786; 398013, 
3799756; 397983, 3799756; 397983, 3799726; 397923, 3799726; 397923, 
3799756; 397803, 3799756; 397803, 3799726; 397743, 3799726; 397743, 
3799696; 397683, 3799696; 397683, 3799576; 397713, 3799576; 397713, 
3799546; 397623, 3799546; 397623, 3799516; 397533, 3799516; 397533, 
3799486; 397473, 3799486; 397473, 3799456; 397443, 3799456; 397443, 
3799306; 397503, 3799306; 397503, 3799276; 397473, 3799276; 397473, 
3799246; 397413, 3799246; 397413, 3799216; 397353, 3799216; 397353, 
3799186; 397323, 3799186; 397323, 3799156; 397113, 3799156; 397113, 
3799126; 397023, 3799126; 397023, 3799096; 396963, 3799096; 396963, 
3799066; 396933, 3799066; 396933, 3799006; 396903, 3799006; 396903, 
3798976; 396933, 3798976; 396933, 3798916; 396873, 3798916; 396873, 
3798886; 396843, 3798886; 396843, 3798826; 396813, 3798826; 396813, 
3798796; 396783, 3798796; 396783, 3798766; 396753, 3798766; 396753, 
3798736; 396723, 3798736; 396723, 3798706; 396693, 3798706; 396693, 
3798676; 396663, 3798676; 396663, 3798646; 396633, 3798646; 396633, 
3798676; 396543, 3798676; 396543, 3798616; 396513, 3798616; 396513, 
3798586; 396423, 3798586; 396423, 3798556; 396393, 3798556; 396393, 
3798526; 396423, 3798526; 396423, 3798496; 396453, 3798496; 396453, 
3798376; 396423, 3798376; 396423, 3798346; 396393, 3798346; 396393, 
3798286; 396333, 3798286; 396333, 3798256; 396273, 3798256; 396273, 
3798226; 396303, 3798226; 396303, 3798136; 396273, 3798136; 396273, 
3798106; 396213, 3798106; 396213, 3798136; 396093, 3798136; 396093, 
3798046; 396063, 3798046; 396063, 3798016; 396033, 3798016; 396033, 
3797926; 396003, 3797926; 396003, 3797896; 395943, 3797896; 395943, 
3797866; 395913, 3797866; 395913, 3797836; 395853, 3797836; 395853, 
3797806; 395823, 3797806; 395823, 3797776; 395763, 3797776; 395763, 
3797746; 395733, 3797746; 395733, 3797716; 395583, 3797716; 395583, 
3797746; 395553, 3797746; 395553, 3797806; 395523, 3797806; 395523, 
3797746; 395493, 3797746; 395493, 3797686; 395433, 3797686; 395433, 
3797656; 395403, 3797656; 395403, 3797626; 395373, 3797626; 395373, 
3797596; 395313, 3797596; 395313, 3797566; 395163, 3797566; 395163, 
3797596; 395103, 3797596; 395103, 3797626; 395073, 3797626; 395073, 
3797656; 395013, 3797656; 395013, 3797626; 394983, 3797626; 394983, 
3797596; 394953, 3797596; 394953, 3797566; 394923, 3797566; 394923, 
3797536; 394893, 3797536; 394893, 3797506; 394863, 3797506; 394863, 
3797476; 394833, 3797476; 394833, 3797446; 394803, 3797446; 394803,

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3797356; 394833, 3797356; 394833, 3797326; 394863, 3797326; 394863, 
3797266; 394893, 3797266; 394893, 3797206; 394923, 3797206; 394923, 
3797176; 395013, 3797176; 395013, 3797206; 395103, 3797206; 395103, 
3797176; 395133, 3797176; 395133, 3797146; 395253, 3797146; 395253, 
3797176; 395283, 3797176; 395283, 3797206; 395313, 3797206; 395313, 
3797266; 395343, 3797266; 395343, 3797296; 395553, 3797296; 395553, 
3797266; 395613, 3797266; 395613, 3797236; 395643, 3797236; 395643, 
3797086; 395673, 3797086; 395673, 3797056; 395763, 3797056; 395763, 
3797086; 395823, 3797086; 395823, 3797116; 395943, 3797116; 395943, 
3797146; 396093, 3797146; 396093, 3797176; 396153, 3797176; 396153, 
3797206; 396213, 3797206; 396213, 3797236; 396243, 3797236; 396243, 
3797266; 396303, 3797266; 396303, 3797296; 396393, 3797296; 396393, 
3797266; 396423, 3797266; 396423, 3797236; 396453, 3797236; 396453, 
3797176; 396483, 3797176; 396483, 3797146; 396513, 3797146; 396513, 
3797176; 396543, 3797176; 396543, 3797236; 396573, 3797236; 396573, 
3797296; 396603, 3797296; 396603, 3797326; 396663, 3797326; 396663, 
3797356; 396723, 3797356; 396723, 3797326; 396783, 3797326; 396783, 
3797296; 397053, 3797296; 397053, 3797236; 397083, 3797236; 397083, 
3797206; 397053, 3797206; 397053, 3797146; 397113, 3797146; 397113, 
3797116; 397203, 3797116; 397203, 3797086; 397263, 3797086; 397263, 
3797116; 397293, 3797116; 397293, 3797146; 397323, 3797146; 397323, 
3797236; 397353, 3797236; 397353, 3797266; 397383, 3797266; 397383, 
3797236; 397413, 3797236; 397413, 3797266; 397473, 3797266; 397473, 
3797296; 397503, 3797296; 397503, 3797266; 397533, 3797266; 397533, 
3797236; 397563, 3797236; 397563, 3797176; 397593, 3797176; 397593, 
3797116; 397623, 3797116; 397623, 3797086; 397653, 3797086; 397653, 
3797056; 397683, 3797056; 397683, 3797026; 397713, 3797026; 397713, 
3796996; 397743, 3796996; 397743, 3796876; 397773, 3796876; 397773, 
3796846; 397803, 3796846; 397803, 3796816; 397833, 3796816; 397833, 
3796786; 397863, 3796786; 397863, 3796756; 397893, 3796756; 397893, 
3796966; 397923, 3796966; 397923, 3797026; 397953, 3797026; 397953, 
3797086; 397983, 3797086; 397983, 3797056; 398013, 3797056; 398013, 
3797026; 398103, 3797026; 398103, 3796996; 398133, 3796996; 398133, 
3797026; 398163, 3797026; 398163, 3797086; 398193, 3797086; 398193, 
3797146; 398313, 3797146; 398313, 3797176; 398343, 3797176; 398343, 
3797206; 398373, 3797206; 398373, 3797236; 398403, 3797236; 398403, 
3797266; 398433, 3797266; returning to 398433, 3797296.
    (iii) Note: Map of Units 7 and 21 follows.
BILLING CODE 4310-55-P

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[GRAPHIC] [TIFF OMITTED] TR09FE11.005

BILLING CODE 4310-55-C
    (13) Unit 8: Lower Santa Ana River Basin, Orange County, 
California.
    (i) From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Black Star Canyon, Corona 
South,

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El Toro, and Santiago Peak, land bounded by the following UTM 
coordinates (E, N): 439642, 3732778; 439642, 3732749; 439671, 3732749; 
439671, 3732721; 439699, 3732721; 439699, 3732692; 439727, 3732692; 
439727, 3732636; 439756, 3732636; 439756, 3732607; 439841, 3732607; 
439841, 3732522; 439897, 3732522; 439897, 3732466; 439926, 3732466; 
439926, 3732409; 439983, 3732409; 439983, 3732380; 440153, 3732380; 
440153, 3732409; 440181, 3732409; 440181, 3732380; 440210, 3732380; 
440210, 3732324; 440153, 3732324; 440153, 3732295; 440124, 3732295; 
440124, 3732267; 440068, 3732267; 440068, 3732239; 440011, 3732239; 
440011, 3732210; 439983, 3732210; 439983, 3732097; 440011, 3732097; 
440011, 3732040; 440039, 3732040; 440039, 3731813; 440068, 3731813; 
440068, 3731785; 440011, 3731785; 440011, 3731756; 439983, 3731756; 
439983, 3731671; 440011, 3731671; 440011, 3731586; 439983, 3731586; 
439983, 3731501; 440068, 3731501; 440068, 3731302; 440096, 3731302; 
440096, 3731274; 440124, 3731274; 440124, 3731217; 440096, 3731217; 
440096, 3731161; 440124, 3731161; 440124, 3731132; 440153, 3731132; 
440153, 3731075; 440181, 3731075; 440181, 3731047; 440210, 3731047; 
440210, 3730962; 440238, 3730962; 440238, 3730934; 440295, 3730934; 
440295, 3730905; 440323, 3730905; 440323, 3730877; 440351, 3730877; 
440351, 3730820; 440380, 3730820; 440380, 3730707; 440408, 3730707; 
440408, 3730678; 440465, 3730678; 440465, 3730650; 440493, 3730650; 
440493, 3730622; 440522, 3730622; 440522, 3730593; 440550, 3730593; 
440550, 3730565; 440578, 3730565; 440578, 3730508; 440607, 3730508; 
440607, 3730451; 440692, 3730451; 440692, 3730395; 440663, 3730395; 
440663, 3730366; 440692, 3730366; 440692, 3730309; 440720, 3730309; 
440720, 3730253; 440749, 3730253; 440749, 3730224; 440777, 3730224; 
440777, 3730196; 440805, 3730196; 440805, 3730168; 440862, 3730168; 
440862, 3730139; 440919, 3730139; 440919, 3730111; 440947, 3730111; 
440947, 3730083; 440976, 3730083; 440976, 3730054; 441032, 3730054; 
441032, 3730026; 441089, 3730026; 441089, 3729997; 441061, 3729997; 
441061, 3729969; 441004, 3729969; 441004, 3729941; 440976, 3729941; 
440976, 3729912; 440890, 3729912; 440890, 3729941; 440834, 3729941; 
440834, 3729969; 440805, 3729969; 440805, 3729997; 440777, 3729997; 
440777, 3730026; 440749, 3730026; 440749, 3730054; 440607, 3730054; 
440607, 3730083; 440578, 3730083; 440578, 3730111; 440550, 3730111; 
440550, 3730139; 440522, 3730139; 440522, 3730196; 440493, 3730196; 
440493, 3730224; 440465, 3730224; 440465, 3730253; 440436, 3730253; 
440436, 3730281; 440408, 3730281; 440408, 3730338; 440380, 3730338; 
440380, 3730366; 440323, 3730366; 440323, 3730395; 440266, 3730395; 
440266, 3730366; 440238, 3730366; 440238, 3730338; 440238, 3730281; 
440266, 3730281; 440266, 3730168; 440295, 3730168; 440295, 3730083; 
440323, 3730083; 440323, 3730054; 440295, 3730054; 440295, 3730026; 
440266, 3730026; 440266, 3730054; 440238, 3730054; 440238, 3730083; 
440181, 3730083; 440181, 3730111; 440096, 3730111; 440096, 3730083; 
440068, 3730083; 440068, 3730168; 440096, 3730168; 440096, 3730224; 
440068, 3730224; 440068, 3730253; 440039, 3730253; 440039, 3730281; 
440068, 3730281; 440068, 3730395; 440039, 3730395; 440039, 3730423; 
440011, 3730423; 440011, 3730439; 440013, 3730446; 440018, 3730467; 
440024, 3730487; 440031, 3730507; 440037, 3730527; 440044, 3730546; 
440051, 3730566; 440059, 3730585; 440067, 3730605; 440075, 3730624; 
440084, 3730643; 440093, 3730662; 440102, 3730681; 440108, 3730691; 
440108, 3730692; 440128, 3730713; 440130, 3730716; 440130, 3730717; 
440129, 3730719; 440128, 3730723; 440116, 3730760; 440108, 3730799; 
440104, 3730838; 440104, 3730875; 440104, 3730878; 440104, 3730881; 
440106, 3730918; 440111, 3730918; 440112, 3730939; 440107, 3730939; 
440109, 3730968; 440109, 3730994; 440107, 3731031; 440100, 3731067; 
440090, 3731103; 440076, 3731137; 439958, 3731389; 439957, 3731392; 
439956, 3731395; 439949, 3731411; 439936, 3731449; 439927, 3731487; 
439922, 3731526; 439911, 3731686; 439911, 3731689; 439911, 3731692; 
439910, 3731703; 439904, 3731739; 439894, 3731775; 439753, 3732205; 
439751, 3732211; 439742, 3732247; 439740, 3732253; 439720, 3732354; 
439719, 3732360; 439710, 3732393; 439709, 3732396; 439708, 3732399; 
439643, 3732597; 439641, 3732603; 439630, 3732631; 439613, 3732664; 
439594, 3732695; 439581, 3732711; 439581, 3732712; 439603, 3732730; 
439642, 3732784; returning to 439642, 3732778.
    (ii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 446706, 
3734905; 446706, 3734877; 446734, 3734877; 446734, 3734849; 446763, 
3734849; 446763, 3734820; 446791, 3734820; 446791, 3734792; 446820, 
3734792; 446820, 3734735; 446791, 3734735; 446791, 3734763; 446734, 
3734763; 446734, 3734735; 446678, 3734735; 446678, 3734707; 446593, 
3734707; 446593, 3734678; 446536, 3734678; 446536, 3734650; 446366, 
3734650; 446366, 3734622; 446337, 3734622; 446337, 3734565; 446309, 
3734565; 446309, 3734536; 446281, 3734536; 446281, 3734508; 446252, 
3734508; 446252, 3734480; 446224, 3734480; 446224, 3734451; 446195, 
3734451; 446195, 3734423; 446167, 3734423; 446167, 3734366; 446054, 
3734366; 446054, 3734338; 446025, 3734338; 446025, 3734309; 445997, 
3734309; 445997, 3734253; 445968, 3734253; 445968, 3734196; 445940, 
3734196; 445940, 3734083; 445968, 3734083; 445968, 3734054; 445855, 
3734054; 445855, 3733997; 445770, 3733997; 445770, 3734026; 445685, 
3734026; 445685, 3734054; 445600, 3734054; 445600, 3734083; 445344, 
3734083; 445344, 3734111; 445259, 3734111; 445259, 3734139; 444919, 
3734139; 444919, 3734111; 444749, 3734111; 444749, 3734139; 444635, 
3734139; 444635, 3734111; 444578, 3734111; 444578, 3734083; 444408, 
3734083; 444408, 3734111; 444380, 3734111; 444380, 3734083; 444153, 
3734083; 444153, 3734054; 444068, 3734054; 444068, 3734083; 443869, 
3734083; 443869, 3734111; 443841, 3734111; 443841, 3734139; 443699, 
3734139; 443699, 3734111; 443585, 3734111; 443585, 3734139; 443529, 
3734139; 443529, 3734168; 443472, 3734168; 443472, 3734139; 443358, 
3734139; 443358, 3734168; 443302, 3734168; 443302, 3734196; 443273, 
3734196; 443273, 3734224; 443217, 3734224; 443217, 3734253; 443188, 
3734253; 443188, 3734281; 443018, 3734281; 443018, 3734253; 442933, 
3734253; 442933, 3734224; 442905, 3734224; 442905, 3734196; 442819, 
3734196; 442819, 3734168; 442706, 3734168; 442706, 3734139; 442649, 
3734139; 442649, 3734054; 442564, 3734054; 442564, 3734083; 442536, 
3734083; 442536, 3734139; 442507, 3734139; 442507, 3734168; 442451, 
3734168; 442451, 3734139; 442394, 3734139; 442394, 3734083; 442366, 
3734083; 442366, 3734054; 442337, 3734054; 442337, 3734083; 442309, 
3734083; 442309, 3734168; 442280, 3734168; 442280, 3734224; 442195, 
3734224; 442195, 3734196; 442054, 3734196; 442054, 3734168; 441968, 
3734168; 441968, 3734139; 441912, 3734139; 441912, 3734111; 441855, 
3734111; 441855, 3734139; 441827, 3734139; 441827, 3734111; 441798, 
3734111; 441798, 3734139; 441741, 3734139; 441741, 3734168; 441628,

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3734168; 441628, 3734196; 441543, 3734196; 441543, 3734224; 441401, 
3734224; 441401, 3734196; 441344, 3734196; 441344, 3734168; 441288, 
3734168; 441288, 3734139; 441174, 3734139; 441174, 3734111; 441146, 
3734111; 441146, 3733969; 441089, 3733969; 441089, 3733997; 441061, 
3733997; 441061, 3734026; 441032, 3734026; 441032, 3734054; 440976, 
3734054; 440976, 3734026; 440947, 3734026; 440947, 3734054; 440919, 
3734054; 440919, 3734083; 440862, 3734083; 440862, 3734111; 440834, 
3734111; 440834, 3734139; 440805, 3734139; 440805, 3734168; 440777, 
3734168; 440777, 3734196; 440749, 3734196; 440749, 3734253; 440720, 
3734253; 440720, 3734281; 440663, 3734281; 440663, 3734309; 440578, 
3734309; 440578, 3734281; 440550, 3734281; 440550, 3734253; 440522, 
3734253; 440522, 3734054; 440465, 3734054; 440465, 3734083; 440408, 
3734083; 440408, 3734054; 440068, 3734054; 440068, 3734026; 439983, 
3734026; 439983, 3734054; 439926, 3734054; 439926, 3734083; 439869, 
3734083; 439869, 3734054; 439812, 3734054; 439812, 3734083; 439784, 
3734083; 439784, 3734054; 439756, 3734054; 439756, 3733997; 439727, 
3733997; 439727, 3733941; 439671, 3733941; 439671, 3733969; 439529, 
3733969; 439529, 3733941; 439387, 3733941; 439387, 3733912; 439339, 
3733912; 439324, 3733961; 439289, 3734068; 439239, 3734221; 439238, 
3734226; 439146, 3734508; 439160, 3734508; 439160, 3734480; 439188, 
3734480; 439188, 3734395; 439217, 3734395; 439217, 3734366; 439444, 
3734366; 439444, 3734338; 439529, 3734338; 439529, 3734281; 439557, 
3734281; 439557, 3734309; 439642, 3734309; 439642, 3734338; 439671, 
3734338; 439671, 3734309; 439756, 3734309; 439756, 3734338; 439784, 
3734338; 439784, 3734423; 439812, 3734423; 439812, 3734451; 439841, 
3734451; 439841, 3734508; 439897, 3734508; 439897, 3734536; 439926, 
3734536; 439926, 3734565; 439983, 3734565; 439983, 3734593; 440124, 
3734593; 440124, 3734622; 440266, 3734622; 440266, 3734650; 440323, 
3734650; 440323, 3734536; 440380, 3734536; 440380, 3734480; 440550, 
3734480; 440550, 3734451; 440635, 3734451; 440635, 3734480; 440663, 
3734480; 440663, 3734508; 440692, 3734508; 440692, 3734536; 440720, 
3734536; 440720, 3734593; 440749, 3734593; 440749, 3734650; 440777, 
3734650; 440777, 3734707; 440805, 3734707; 440805, 3734763; 440834, 
3734763; 440834, 3734820; 440862, 3734820; 440862, 3734792; 440890, 
3734792; 440890, 3734650; 440919, 3734650; 440919, 3734622; 440890, 
3734622; 440890, 3734508; 440862, 3734508; 440862, 3734451; 440890, 
3734451; 440890, 3734423; 440947, 3734423; 440947, 3734395; 441004, 
3734395; 441004, 3734338; 441032, 3734338; 441032, 3734281; 441174, 
3734281; 441174, 3734253; 441259, 3734253; 441259, 3734281; 441316, 
3734281; 441316, 3734309; 441344, 3734309; 441344, 3734338; 441401, 
3734338; 441401, 3734366; 441458, 3734366; 441458, 3734338; 441628, 
3734338; 441628, 3734309; 441741, 3734309; 441741, 3734281; 441798, 
3734281; 441798, 3734309; 441997, 3734309; 441997, 3734338; 442280, 
3734338; 442280, 3734366; 442366, 3734366; 442366, 3734395; 442394, 
3734395; 442394, 3734423; 442451, 3734423; 442451, 3734395; 442479, 
3734395; 442479, 3734366; 442507, 3734366; 442507, 3734338; 442593, 
3734338; 442593, 3734309; 442848, 3734309; 442848, 3734338; 442905, 
3734338; 442905, 3734366; 442961, 3734366; 442961, 3734423; 443160, 
3734423; 443160, 3734395; 443217, 3734395; 443217, 3734366; 443273, 
3734366; 443273, 3734338; 443330, 3734338; 443330, 3734309; 443387, 
3734309; 443387, 3734281; 443529, 3734281; 443529, 3734309; 443585, 
3734309; 443585, 3734253; 443614, 3734253; 443614, 3734224; 443699, 
3734224; 443699, 3734253; 443784, 3734253; 443784, 3734281; 443812, 
3734281; 443812, 3734253; 444068, 3734253; 444068, 3734224; 444153, 
3734224; 444153, 3734196; 444295, 3734196; 444295, 3734224; 444323, 
3734224; 444323, 3734253; 444351, 3734253; 444351, 3734281; 444408, 
3734281; 444408, 3734253; 444493, 3734253; 444493, 3734224; 444607, 
3734224; 444607, 3734253; 444976, 3734253; 444976, 3734281; 445032, 
3734281; 445032, 3734253; 445344, 3734253; 445344, 3734224; 445401, 
3734224; 445401, 3734196; 445429, 3734196; 445429, 3734224; 445543, 
3734224; 445543, 3734196; 445685, 3734196; 445685, 3734168; 445798, 
3734168; 445798, 3734196; 445827, 3734196; 445827, 3734338; 445883, 
3734338; 445883, 3734395; 445940, 3734395; 445940, 3734423; 445968, 
3734423; 445968, 3734451; 445997, 3734451; 445997, 3734508; 446025, 
3734508; 446025, 3734536; 446082, 3734536; 446082, 3734565; 446110, 
3734565; 446110, 3734593; 446139, 3734593; 446139, 3734622; 446195, 
3734622; 446195, 3734650; 446224, 3734650; 446224, 3734707; 446252, 
3734707; 446252, 3734763; 446479, 3734763; 446479, 3734792; 446593, 
3734792; 446593, 3734820; 446621, 3734820; 446621, 3734849; 446649, 
3734849; 446649, 3734877; 446678, 3734877; 446678, 3734905; returning 
to 446706, 3734905.
    (iii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 439075, 
3737033; 439075, 3737005; 439132, 3737005; 439132, 3736976; 439188, 
3736976; 439188, 3736948; 439217, 3736948; 439217, 3736919; 439188, 
3736919; 439188, 3736692; 439160, 3736692; 439160, 3736664; 439188, 
3736664; 439188, 3736607; 439160, 3736607; 439160, 3736522; 439132, 
3736522; 439132, 3736437; 439103, 3736437; 439103, 3736409; 439046, 
3736409; 439046, 3736352; 439018, 3736352; 439018, 3736324; 438990, 
3736324; 438990, 3736295; 438961, 3736295; 438961, 3736267; 438933, 
3736267; 438933, 3736239; 438848, 3736239; 438848, 3736182; 438819, 
3736182; 438819, 3736125; 438791, 3736125; 438791, 3736040; 438819, 
3736040; 438819, 3735955; 438791, 3735955; 438791, 3735927; 438819, 
3735927; 438819, 3735841; 438848, 3735841; 438848, 3735756; 438905, 
3735756; 438905, 3735728; 438848, 3735728; 438848, 3735700; 438819, 
3735700; 438819, 3735643; 438791, 3735643; 438791, 3735614; 438770, 
3735614; 438763, 3735636; 438678, 3735898; 438678, 3736125; 438706, 
3736125; 438706, 3736182; 438734, 3736182; 438734, 3736267; 438763, 
3736267; 438763, 3736295; 438791, 3736295; 438791, 3736352; 438848, 
3736352; 438848, 3736380; 438876, 3736380; 438876, 3736466; 438905, 
3736466; 438905, 3736494; 438933, 3736494; 438933, 3736522; 438961, 
3736522; 438961, 3736551; 438990, 3736551; 438990, 3736721; 439018, 
3736721; 439018, 3736749; 439046, 3736749; 439046, 3736834; 439018, 
3736834; 439018, 3736863; 439046, 3736863; 439046, 3736891; 439018, 
3736891; 439018, 3737061; 439018, 3737090; 439046, 3737090; 439046, 
3737118; 439075, 3737118; returning to 439075, 3737033.
    (iv) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 438819, 
3738707; 438819, 3738650; 438791, 3738650; 438791, 3738622; 438763, 
3738622; 438763, 3738593; 438678, 3738593; 438678, 3738565; 438593, 
3738565; 438593, 3738593; 438536, 3738593; 438536, 3738622; 438394, 
3738622; 438394, 3738593; 438337, 3738593; 438337, 3738565; 438309, 
3738565; 438309, 3738423; 438337, 3738423; 438337, 3738338; 438309, 
3738338; 438309, 3738224; 438280, 3738224; 438280, 3738054; 438224, 
3738054; 438224, 3737997; 438216, 3737997; 438212, 3738060; 438195,

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3738336; 438198, 3738398; 438195, 3738441; 438195, 3738735; 438252, 
3738735; 438252, 3738763; 438309, 3738763; 438309, 3738820; 438337, 
3738820; 438337, 3738849; 438366, 3738849; 438366, 3738820; 438394, 
3738820; 438394, 3738792; 438422, 3738792; 438422, 3738763; 438536, 
3738763; 438536, 3738735; 438621, 3738735; 438621, 3738707; 438678, 
3738707; 438678, 3738763; 438734, 3738763; 438734, 3738792; 438763, 
3738792; 438763, 3738849; 438791, 3738849; 438791, 3738877; 438819, 
3738877; 438819, 3738905; 438848, 3738905; 438848, 3738934; 438905, 
3738934; 438905, 3738905; 438876, 3738905; 438876, 3738820; 438848, 
3738820; 438848, 3738707; returning to 438819, 3738707.
    (v) Note: Map of Units 8, 10, and 11 follows.
BILLING CODE 4310-55-P

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[GRAPHIC] [TIFF OMITTED] TR09FE11.006

BILLING CODE 4310-55-C
    (14) Unit 9: San Jacinto River Basin, Riverside County, California.
    (i) Subunit 9a: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps San Jacinto, 
Lake

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Fulmor, Hemet and Blackburn Canyon, land bounded by the following UTM 
coordinates (E, N): 511446, 3735434; 511416, 3735434; 511416, 3735453; 
511469, 3735455; 511469, 3735434; returning to 511446, 3735434.
    (ii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 510915, 
3735426; 510915, 3735426; 511236, 3735443; 511236, 3735434; 511266, 
3735434; 511266, 3735374; 511296, 3735374; 511296, 3735344; 511326, 
3735344; 511326, 3735314; 511386, 3735314; 511386, 3735284; 511446, 
3735284; 511446, 3735254; 511471, 3735254; 511473, 3734974; 511953, 
3734586; 512009, 3734541; 512526, 3734545; 512526, 3734534; 512676, 
3734534; 512676, 3734546; 512704, 3734546; 512796, 3734547; 512796, 
3734474; 512826, 3734474; 512826, 3734444; 512886, 3734444; 512886, 
3734414; 512916, 3734414; 512916, 3734384; 512946, 3734384; 512946, 
3734354; 513156, 3734354; 513156, 3734324; 513216, 3734324; 513216, 
3734294; 513246, 3734294; 513246, 3734264; 513276, 3734264; 513276, 
3734234; 513306, 3734234; 513306, 3734204; 513336, 3734204; 513336, 
3734174; 513606, 3734174; 513606, 3734144; 513636, 3734144; 513636, 
3734114; 513696, 3734114; 513696, 3734084; 513726, 3734084; 513726, 
3734054; 513756, 3734054; 513756, 3734024; 513966, 3734024; 513966, 
3733994; 514056, 3733994; 514056, 3733964; 514116, 3733964; 514116, 
3733934; 514176, 3733934; 514176, 3733904; 514206, 3733904; 514206, 
3733874; 514296, 3733874; 514296, 3733724; 514326, 3733724; 514326, 
3733694; 514356, 3733694; 514356, 3733664; 514446, 3733664; 514446, 
3733634; 514476, 3733634; 514476, 3733604; 514506, 3733604; 514506, 
3733574; 514566, 3733574; 514566, 3733604; 514596, 3733604; 514596, 
3733634; 514626, 3733634; 514626, 3733664; 514656, 3733664; 514656, 
3733724; 514686, 3733724; 514686, 3733694; 514776, 3733694; 514776, 
3733604; 514836, 3733604; 514836, 3733574; 514896, 3733574; 514896, 
3733544; 514956, 3733544; 514956, 3733574; 515016, 3733574; 515016, 
3733544; 515046, 3733544; 515046, 3733484; 515076, 3733484; 515076, 
3733454; 515196, 3733454; 515196, 3733424; 515256, 3733424; 515256, 
3733394; 515346, 3733394; 515346, 3733364; 515436, 3733364; 515436, 
3733394; 515556, 3733394; 515556, 3733424; 515586, 3733424; 515586, 
3733394; 515706, 3733394; 515706, 3733364; 515766, 3733364; 515766, 
3733334; 515856, 3733334; 515856, 3733304; 515976, 3733304; 515976, 
3733274; 516006, 3733274; 516006, 3733244; 516036, 3733244; 516036, 
3733214; 516066, 3733214; 516066, 3733184; 516126, 3733184; 516126, 
3733154; 516186, 3733154; 516186, 3733124; 516246, 3733124; 516246, 
3733154; 516306, 3733154; 516306, 3733094; 516426, 3733094; 516426, 
3733064; 516456, 3733064; 516456, 3733034; 516636, 3733034; 516636, 
3733064; 516666, 3733064; 516666, 3733034; 516696, 3733034; 516696, 
3733004; 516726, 3733004; 516726, 3732974; 516846, 3732974; 516846, 
3733004; 516906, 3733004; 516906, 3732914; 517086, 3732914; 517086, 
3732884; 517206, 3732884; 517206, 3732764; 517236, 3732764; 517236, 
3732704; 517266, 3732704; 517266, 3732674; 517326, 3732674; 517326, 
3732614; 517356, 3732614; 517356, 3732554; 517386, 3732554; 517386, 
3732524; 517416, 3732524; 517416, 3732494; 517476, 3732494; 517476, 
3732464; 517536, 3732464; 517536, 3732434; 517566, 3732434; 517566, 
3732404; 517596, 3732404; 517596, 3732374; 517626, 3732374; 517626, 
3732344; 517716, 3732344; 517716, 3732314; 517746, 3732314; 517746, 
3732284; 517836, 3732284; 517836, 3732314; 517926, 3732314; 517926, 
3732284; 517956, 3732284; 517956, 3732254; 517926, 3732254; 517926, 
3732224; 517866, 3732224; 517866, 3732194; 517836, 3732194; 517836, 
3732164; 517806, 3732164; 517806, 3732134; 517776, 3732134; 517776, 
3731984; 517806, 3731984; 517806, 3731924; 517836, 3731924; 517836, 
3731894; 517896, 3731894; 517896, 3731834; 517926, 3731834; 517926, 
3731804; 517956, 3731804; 517956, 3731744; 517986, 3731744; 517986, 
3731714; 518016, 3731714; 518016, 3731684; 518046, 3731684; 518046, 
3731654; 518076, 3731654; 518076, 3731624; 518106, 3731624; 518106, 
3731594; 518136, 3731594; 518136, 3731564; 518196, 3731564; 518196, 
3731534; 518256, 3731534; 518256, 3731474; 518286, 3731474; 518286, 
3731444; 518316, 3731444; 518316, 3731414; 518346, 3731414; 518346, 
3731354; 518406, 3731354; 518406, 3731324; 518436, 3731324; 518436, 
3731294; 518466, 3731294; 518466, 3731234; 518496, 3731234; 518496, 
3731204; 518526, 3731204; 518526, 3731174; 518646, 3731174; 518646, 
3731144; 518766, 3731144; 518766, 3731114; 518796, 3731114; 518796, 
3731084; 518826, 3731084; 518826, 3731054; 518856, 3731054; 518856, 
3730964; 518886, 3730964; 518886, 3730934; 518916, 3730934; 518916, 
3730874; 518946, 3730874; 518946, 3730814; 518976, 3730814; 518976, 
3730724; 518916, 3730724; 518916, 3730754; 518886, 3730754; 518886, 
3730784; 518856, 3730784; 518856, 3730814; 518826, 3730814; 518826, 
3730844; 518796, 3730844; 518796, 3730874; 518736, 3730874; 518736, 
3730904; 518706, 3730904; 518706, 3730934; 518646, 3730934; 518646, 
3730964; 518496, 3730964; 518496, 3730994; 518406, 3730994; 518406, 
3731024; 518316, 3731024; 518316, 3731054; 518256, 3731054; 518256, 
3730994; 518226, 3730994; 518226, 3731024; 518196, 3731024; 518196, 
3731054; 518166, 3731054; 518166, 3731114; 518136, 3731114; 518136, 
3731144; 518106, 3731144; 518106, 3731204; 518076, 3731204; 518076, 
3731234; 518046, 3731234; 518046, 3731264; 518016, 3731264; 518016, 
3731294; 517986, 3731294; 517986, 3731324; 517956, 3731324; 517956, 
3731354; 517926, 3731354; 517926, 3731384; 517896, 3731384; 517896, 
3731474; 517866, 3731474; 517866, 3731534; 517806, 3731534; 517806, 
3731564; 517776, 3731564; 517776, 3731624; 517746, 3731624; 517746, 
3731654; 517686, 3731654; 517686, 3731684; 517656, 3731684; 517656, 
3731744; 517626, 3731744; 517626, 3731804; 517596, 3731804; 517596, 
3731864; 517536, 3731864; 517536, 3732044; 517506, 3732044; 517506, 
3732074; 517476, 3732074; 517476, 3732104; 517446, 3732104; 517446, 
3732134; 517416, 3732134; 517416, 3732164; 517386, 3732164; 517386, 
3732224; 517326, 3732224; 517326, 3732254; 517266, 3732254; 517266, 
3732284; 517236, 3732284; 517236, 3732314; 517206, 3732314; 517206, 
3732344; 517176, 3732344; 517176, 3732404; 517116, 3732404; 517116, 
3732434; 517086, 3732434; 517086, 3732464; 517056, 3732464; 517056, 
3732524; 516996, 3732524; 516996, 3732554; 516906, 3732554; 516906, 
3732524; 516786, 3732524; 516786, 3732554; 516696, 3732554; 516696, 
3732584; 516666, 3732584; 516666, 3732614; 516636, 3732614; 516636, 
3732644; 516576, 3732644; 516576, 3732674; 516486, 3732674; 516486, 
3732644; 516456, 3732644; 516456, 3732674; 516336, 3732674; 516336, 
3732704; 516246, 3732704; 516246, 3732734; 516186, 3732734; 516186, 
3732764; 516156, 3732764; 516156, 3732794; 516126, 3732794; 516126, 
3732824; 516066, 3732824; 516066, 3732854; 516006, 3732854; 516006, 
3732884; 515886, 3732884; 515886, 3732914; 515796, 3732914; 515796, 
3732944; 515736, 3732944; 515736, 3732914; 515676, 3732914; 515676, 
3732884; 515436, 3732884; 515436, 3732914; 515316, 3732914; 515316,

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3732944; 515256, 3732944; 515256, 3732974; 514986, 3732974; 514986, 
3732944; 514896, 3732944; 514896, 3732974; 514656, 3732974; 514656, 
3733004; 514596, 3733004; 514596, 3733034; 514566, 3733034; 514566, 
3733064; 514476, 3733064; 514476, 3733094; 514236, 3733094; 514236, 
3733064; 514206, 3733064; 514206, 3733034; 514176, 3733034; 514176, 
3733004; 514146, 3733004; 514146, 3732974; 513696, 3732974; 513696, 
3732944; 513606, 3732944; 513606, 3732914; 513396, 3732914; 513396, 
3732944; 513336, 3732944; 513336, 3732974; 513246, 3732974; 513246, 
3733004; 513186, 3733004; 513186, 3733034; 513156, 3733034; 513156, 
3733094; 513126, 3733094; 513126, 3733154; 513096, 3733154; 513096, 
3733184; 513126, 3733184; 513126, 3733214; 513122, 3733214; 513126, 
3733216; 513123, 3733965; 512879, 3733975; 512777, 3733959; 512768, 
3733972; 512574, 3733978; 512520, 3733934; 512234, 3734086; 512218, 
3734105; 512098, 3734213; 511933, 3734330; 511809, 3734369; 511809, 
3734327; 511612, 3734327; 511609, 3734464; 511507, 3734492; 511336, 
3734603; 511240, 3734683; 511098, 3734746; 510993, 3734816; 510894, 
3734962; 510767, 3735181; 510663, 3735432; 510628, 3735654; 510623, 
3735662; returning to 510915, 3735426.
    (iii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 510080, 
3736102; 510444, 3735807; 510183, 3735807; 509230, 3735809; 509158, 
3735887; 509092, 3735942; 509032, 3735968; 508988, 3736003; 508969, 
3736079; 508994, 3736113; 509122, 3736113; 509266, 3736094; 509314, 
3736096; 509464, 3736079; 509601, 3736077; 509649, 3736100; 509650, 
3736103; 509652, 3736114; 509871, 3736115; 510063, 3736116; returning 
to 510080, 3736102.
    (iv) Subunit 9b: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle map Blackburn 
Canyon, land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 512766, 
3730034; 512766, 3730004; 512796, 3730004; 512796, 3729974; 512826, 
3729974; 512826, 3729944; 512886, 3729944; 512886, 3729914; 512916, 
3729914; 512916, 3729884; 512946, 3729884; 512946, 3729854; 512976, 
3729854; 512976, 3729824; 513006, 3729824; 513006, 3729794; 513066, 
3729794; 513066, 3729764; 513096, 3729764; 513096, 3729704; 513186, 
3729704; 513186, 3729734; 513216, 3729734; 513216, 3729794; 513246, 
3729794; 513246, 3729824; 513426, 3729824; 513426, 3729794; 513456, 
3729794; 513456, 3729764; 513486, 3729764; 513486, 3729734; 513546, 
3729734; 513546, 3729704; 513516, 3729704; 513516, 3729674; 513486, 
3729674; 513486, 3729644; 513456, 3729644; 513456, 3729614; 513426, 
3729614; 513426, 3729554; 513396, 3729554; 513396, 3729524; 513456, 
3729524; 513456, 3729494; 513486, 3729494; 513486, 3729374; 513576, 
3729374; 513576, 3729344; 513606, 3729344; 513606, 3729254; 513696, 
3729254; 513696, 3729284; 513726, 3729284; 513726, 3729254; 513756, 
3729254; 513756, 3729194; 513876, 3729194; 513876, 3729164; 513906, 
3729164; 513906, 3729134; 513936, 3729134; 513936, 3728984; 513966, 
3728984; 513966, 3728954; 513996, 3728954; 513996, 3728924; 514026, 
3728924; 514026, 3728894; 513996, 3728894; 513996, 3728834; 514026, 
3728834; 514026, 3728804; 514056, 3728804; 514056, 3728774; 514086, 
3728774; 514086, 3728744; 514116, 3728744; 514116, 3728714; 514206, 
3728714; 514206, 3728654; 514236, 3728654; 514236, 3728504; 514326, 
3728504; 514326, 3728444; 514356, 3728444; 514356, 3728384; 514386, 
3728384; 514386, 3728324; 514416, 3728324; 514416, 3728264; 514446, 
3728264; 514446, 3728234; 514476, 3728234; 514476, 3728084; 514446, 
3728084; 514446, 3728114; 514386, 3728114; 514386, 3728144; 514266, 
3728144; 514266, 3728114; 514206, 3728114; 514206, 3728054; 514176, 
3728054; 514176, 3727904; 514206, 3727904; 514206, 3727844; 514236, 
3727844; 514236, 3727784; 514266, 3727784; 514266, 3727694; 514386, 
3727694; 514386, 3727664; 514536, 3727664; 514536, 3727634; 514566, 
3727634; 514566, 3727454; 514596, 3727454; 514596, 3727394; 514626, 
3727394; 514626, 3727214; 514656, 3727214; 514656, 3727184; 514686, 
3727184; 514686, 3727154; 514716, 3727154; 514716, 3727124; 514746, 
3727124; 514746, 3727094; 514776, 3727094; 514776, 3727064; 514806, 
3727064; 514806, 3727034; 514836, 3727034; 514836, 3726944; 514866, 
3726944; 514866, 3726884; 514836, 3726884; 514836, 3726854; 514866, 
3726854; 514866, 3726764; 514896, 3726764; 514896, 3726734; 514926, 
3726734; 514926, 3726644; 514956, 3726644; 514956, 3726584; 515016, 
3726584; 515016, 3726554; 515106, 3726554; 515106, 3726524; 515136, 
3726524; 515136, 3726494; 515166, 3726494; 515166, 3726464; 515226, 
3726464; 515226, 3726434; 515256, 3726434; 515256, 3726344; 515286, 
3726344; 515286, 3726314; 515256, 3726314; 515256, 3726284; 515286, 
3726284; 515286, 3726194; 515316, 3726194; 515316, 3726134; 515346, 
3726134; 515346, 3725984; 515376, 3725984; 515376, 3725954; 515406, 
3725954; 515406, 3725924; 515436, 3725924; 515436, 3725894; 515466, 
3725894; 515466, 3725864; 515496, 3725864; 515496, 3725834; 515526, 
3725834; 515526, 3725804; 515556, 3725804; 515556, 3725774; 515526, 
3725774; 515526, 3725684; 515556, 3725684; 515556, 3725654; 515616, 
3725654; 515616, 3725624; 515646, 3725624; 515646, 3725384; 515676, 
3725384; 515676, 3725354; 515706, 3725354; 515706, 3725324; 515676, 
3725324; 515676, 3725264; 515646, 3725264; 515646, 3725234; 515676, 
3725234; 515676, 3725204; 515706, 3725204; 515706, 3725174; 515736, 
3725174; 515736, 3725144; 515766, 3725144; 515766, 3725114; 515796, 
3725114; 515796, 3725084; 515826, 3725084; 515826, 3725054; 515856, 
3725054; 515856, 3725024; 515946, 3725024; 515946, 3725054; 515976, 
3725054; 515976, 3725084; 516036, 3725084; 516036, 3724934; 516066, 
3724934; 516066, 3724844; 516096, 3724844; 516096, 3724814; 516126, 
3724814; 516126, 3724784; 516156, 3724784; 516156, 3724694; 516216, 
3724694; 516216, 3724664; 516336, 3724664; 516336, 3724634; 516366, 
3724634; 516366, 3724604; 516306, 3724604; 516306, 3724574; 516336, 
3724574; 516336, 3724544; 516396, 3724544; 516396, 3724604; 516486, 
3724604; 516486, 3724574; 516546, 3724574; 516546, 3724544; 516606, 
3724544; 516606, 3724514; 516636, 3724514; 516636, 3724364; 516666, 
3724364; 516666, 3724334; 516726, 3724334; 516726, 3724304; 516786, 
3724304; 516786, 3724274; 516816, 3724274; 516816, 3724214; 516846, 
3724214; 516846, 3724184; 516876, 3724184; 516876, 3724034; 516846, 
3724034; 516846, 3723944; 516906, 3723944; 516906, 3723914; 517086, 
3723914; 517086, 3723854; 517056, 3723854; 517056, 3723824; 517026, 
3723824; 517026, 3723764; 516996, 3723764; 516996, 3723734; 517026, 
3723734; 517026, 3723674; 517056, 3723674; 517056, 3723614; 517086, 
3723614; 517086, 3723554; 517146, 3723554; 517146, 3723524; 517206, 
3723524; 517206, 3723434; 517176, 3723434; 517176, 3723344; 517206, 
3723344; 517206, 3723254; 517146, 3723254; 517146, 3723224; 517176, 
3723224; 517176, 3723164; 517206, 3723164; 517206, 3723134; 517236, 
3723134; 517236, 3723104; 517266, 3723104; 517266, 3723074; 517296, 
3723074; 517296, 3723044; 517326, 3723044; 517326, 3723074; 517386, 
3723074; 517386, 3723224; 517416, 3723224; 517416, 3723374; 517446, 
3723374; 517446, 3723404; 517566, 3723404;

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517566, 3723374; 517596, 3723374; 517596, 3723344; 517626, 3723344; 
517626, 3723314; 517686, 3723314; 517686, 3723254; 517716, 3723254; 
517716, 3723224; 517866, 3723224; 517866, 3723194; 517896, 3723194; 
517896, 3723164; 517926, 3723164; 517926, 3723134; 517956, 3723134; 
517956, 3723074; 517986, 3723074; 517986, 3723044; 518046, 3723044; 
518046, 3723014; 518136, 3723014; 518136, 3722954; 518106, 3722954; 
518106, 3722924; 518046, 3722924; 518046, 3722834; 518076, 3722834; 
518076, 3722774; 518106, 3722774; 518106, 3722744; 518196, 3722744; 
518196, 3722654; 518226, 3722654; 518226, 3722624; 518256, 3722624; 
518256, 3722594; 518316, 3722594; 518316, 3722534; 518346, 3722534; 
518346, 3722504; 518376, 3722504; 518376, 3722474; 518406, 3722474; 
518406, 3722444; 518436, 3722444; 518436, 3722414; 518466, 3722414; 
518466, 3722354; 518436, 3722354; 518436, 3722324; 518376, 3722324; 
518376, 3722294; 518346, 3722294; 518346, 3722264; 518376, 3722264; 
518376, 3722234; 518406, 3722234; 518406, 3722264; 518466, 3722264; 
518526, 3722264; 518526, 3722234; 518586, 3722234; 518586, 3722174; 
518616, 3722174; 518616, 3721994; 518676, 3721994; 518676, 3722024; 
518706, 3722024; 518706, 3722054; 518736, 3722054; 518736, 3722084; 
518766, 3722084; 518766, 3722114; 518796, 3722114; 518796, 3722144; 
518826, 3722144; 518826, 3722204; 518856, 3722204; 518856, 3722114; 
518886, 3722114; 518886, 3722084; 518916, 3722084; 518916, 3722054; 
519006, 3722054; 519006, 3722114; 519066, 3722114; 519066, 3722024; 
519036, 3722024; 519036, 3721964; 519066, 3721964; 519066, 3721934; 
519126, 3721934; 519126, 3721844; 519186, 3721844; 519186, 3721874; 
519216, 3721874; 519216, 3721904; 519276, 3721904; 519276, 3721874; 
519336, 3721874; 519336, 3721754; 519306, 3721754; 519306, 3721694; 
519276, 3721694; 519276, 3721634; 519306, 3721634; 519306, 3721544; 
519336, 3721544; 519336, 3721484; 519306, 3721484; 519306, 3721514; 
519246, 3721514; 519246, 3721544; 519156, 3721544; 519156, 3721574; 
519006, 3721574; 519006, 3721544; 518826, 3721544; 518826, 3721574; 
518796, 3721574; 518796, 3721604; 518706, 3721604; 518706, 3721634; 
518616, 3721634; 518616, 3721664; 518556, 3721664; 518556, 3721694; 
518436, 3721694; 518436, 3721664; 518376, 3721664; 518376, 3721694; 
518226, 3721694; 518226, 3721724; 518196, 3721724; 518196, 3721754; 
518166, 3721754; 518166, 3721814; 518136, 3721814; 518136, 3721874; 
518076, 3721874; 518076, 3721904; 518016, 3721904; 518016, 3721934; 
517956, 3721934; 517956, 3721994; 517896, 3721994; 517896, 3722054; 
517866, 3722054; 517866, 3722084; 517836, 3722084; 517836, 3722114; 
517656, 3722114; 517656, 3722144; 517626, 3722144; 517626, 3722204; 
517596, 3722204; 517596, 3722264; 517566, 3722264; 517566, 3722354; 
517536, 3722354; 517536, 3722384; 517506, 3722384; 517506, 3722534; 
517476, 3722534; 517476, 3722594; 517386, 3722594; 517386, 3722624; 
517326, 3722624; 517326, 3722594; 517296, 3722594; 517296, 3722564; 
517266, 3722564; 517266, 3722504; 517236, 3722504; 517236, 3722564; 
517206, 3722564; 517206, 3722624; 517176, 3722624; 517176, 3722654; 
517146, 3722654; 517146, 3722684; 517086, 3722684; 517086, 3722714; 
517056, 3722714; 517056, 3722834; 517026, 3722834; 517026, 3722864; 
517056, 3722864; 517056, 3722984; 517026, 3722984; 517026, 3723014; 
516996, 3723014; 516996, 3723134; 516966, 3723134; 516966, 3723164; 
516936, 3723164; 516936, 3723194; 516906, 3723194; 516906, 3723224; 
516876, 3723224; 516876, 3723254; 516846, 3723254; 516846, 3723284; 
516816, 3723284; 516816, 3723314; 516846, 3723314; 516846, 3723494; 
516816, 3723494; 516816, 3723524; 516786, 3723524; 516786, 3723554; 
516756, 3723554; 516756, 3723614; 516726, 3723614; 516726, 3723704; 
516756, 3723704; 516756, 3723734; 516666, 3723734; 516666, 3723764; 
516546, 3723764; 516546, 3723794; 516516, 3723794; 516516, 3723824; 
516546, 3723824; 516546, 3723854; 516576, 3723854; 516576, 3723974; 
516606, 3723974; 516606, 3724004; 516636, 3724004; 516636, 3724034; 
516666, 3724034; 516666, 3724094; 516696, 3724094; 516696, 3724124; 
516666, 3724124; 516666, 3724154; 516546, 3724154; 516546, 3724184; 
516456, 3724184; 516456, 3724214; 516426, 3724214; 516426, 3724244; 
516456, 3724244; 516456, 3724334; 516426, 3724334; 516426, 3724364; 
516276, 3724364; 516276, 3724394; 516246, 3724394; 516246, 3724424; 
516186, 3724424; 516186, 3724454; 516126, 3724454; 516126, 3724484; 
515946, 3724484; 515946, 3724454; 515886, 3724454; 515886, 3724574; 
515856, 3724574; 515856, 3724754; 515796, 3724754; 515796, 3724784; 
515736, 3724784; 515736, 3724814; 515706, 3724814; 515706, 3724844; 
515646, 3724844; 515646, 3724874; 515616, 3724874; 515616, 3724904; 
515586, 3724904; 515586, 3724934; 515556, 3724934; 515556, 3724964; 
515526, 3724964; 515526, 3724994; 515496, 3724994; 515496, 3725024; 
515466, 3725024; 515466, 3725084; 515436, 3725084; 515436, 3725114; 
515466, 3725114; 515466, 3725414; 515496, 3725414; 515496, 3725504; 
515466, 3725504; 515466, 3725564; 515436, 3725564; 515436, 3725624; 
515406, 3725624; 515406, 3725684; 515376, 3725684; 515376, 3725714; 
515316, 3725714; 515316, 3725744; 515286, 3725744; 515286, 3725834; 
515256, 3725834; 515256, 3725864; 515226, 3725864; 515226, 3725954; 
515196, 3725954; 515196, 3726044; 515166, 3726044; 515166, 3726074; 
515136, 3726074; 515136, 3726134; 515106, 3726134; 515106, 3726284; 
515076, 3726284; 515076, 3726344; 515016, 3726344; 515016, 3726374; 
514986, 3726374; 514986, 3726404; 514956, 3726404; 514956, 3726434; 
514896, 3726434; 514896, 3726464; 514866, 3726464; 514866, 3726494; 
514836, 3726494; 514836, 3726554; 514806, 3726554; 514806, 3726584; 
514776, 3726584; 514776, 3726614; 514746, 3726614; 514746, 3726674; 
514716, 3726674; 514716, 3726884; 514686, 3726884; 514686, 3726914; 
514626, 3726914; 514626, 3726944; 514596, 3726944; 514596, 3726914; 
514536, 3726914; 514536, 3727094; 514506, 3727094; 514506, 3727154; 
514476, 3727154; 514476, 3727304; 514446, 3727304; 514446, 3727394; 
514416, 3727394; 514416, 3727454; 514386, 3727454; 514386, 3727484; 
514176, 3727484; 514176, 3727514; 514146, 3727514; 514146, 3727544; 
514116, 3727544; 514116, 3727604; 514086, 3727604; 514086, 3727664; 
514056, 3727664; 514056, 3727694; 514026, 3727694; 514026, 3727664; 
513996, 3727664; 513996, 3727634; 513966, 3727634; 513966, 3727604; 
513936, 3727604; 513936, 3727664; 513913, 3727664; 513914, 3728200; 
513756, 3728198; 513756, 3728234; 513726, 3728234; 513726, 3728294; 
513696, 3728294; 513696, 3728384; 513666, 3728384; 513666, 3728414; 
513636, 3728414; 513636, 3728444; 513606, 3728444; 513606, 3728414; 
513516, 3728414; 513516, 3728534; 513486, 3728534; 513486, 3728594; 
513456, 3728594; 513456, 3728654; 513426, 3728654; 513426, 3728744; 
513396, 3728744; 513396, 3728774; 513366, 3728774; 513366, 3728804; 
513336, 3728804; 513336, 3728834; 513306, 3728834; 513306, 3728864; 
513246, 3728864; 513246, 3728894; 513156, 3728894; 513156, 3728924; 
513126, 3728924; 513126, 3728954; 513096, 3728954; 513096, 3728984;

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513036, 3728984; 513036, 3729014; 512886, 3729014; 512886, 3728984; 
512856, 3728984; 512856, 3728924; 512736, 3728924; 512736, 3728894; 
512646, 3728894; 512646, 3728954; 512706, 3728954; 512706, 3728984; 
512736, 3728984; 512736, 3729044; 512766, 3729044; 512766, 3729224; 
512736, 3729224; 512736, 3729254; 512676, 3729254; 512676, 3729284; 
512616, 3729284; 512616, 3729314; 512556, 3729314; 512556, 3729344; 
512526, 3729344; 512526, 3729374; 512496, 3729374; 512496, 3729404; 
512406, 3729404; 512406, 3729374; 512376, 3729374; 512376, 3729404; 
512346, 3729404; 512346, 3729494; 512316, 3729494; 512316, 3729554; 
512286, 3729554; 512286, 3729584; 512276, 3729584; 512290, 3729613; 
512330, 3729661; 512366, 3729715; 512447, 3729823; 512540, 3729942; 
512602, 3730014; 512646, 3730069; 512675, 3730084; 512725, 3730071; 
512766, 3730045; returning to 512766, 3730034. Excluding land bounded 
by 514086, 3728504; 514086, 3728474; 514176, 3728474; 514176, 3728504; 
returning to 514086, 3728504. Excluding land bounded by 518226, 
3722324; 518226, 3722294; 518316, 3722294; 518316, 3722324; returning 
to 518226, 3722324. Excluding land bounded by 518166, 3722264; 518166, 
3722234; 518196, 3722234; 518196, 3722264; returning to 518166, 
3722264.
    (v) Note: Map of Units 9 follows.
BILLING CODE 4310-55-P

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BILLING CODE 4310-55-C
    (15) Unit 10: San Juan Creek Basin, Orange and Riverside Counties, 
California.
    (i) Subunit 10a: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Dana Point, San 
Juan
    Capistrano, Canada Gobernadora, Sitton Peak and Santiago Peak, land 
bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 447472, 3708409; 
447500, 3708409; 447500, 3708380; 447472, 3708380; returning to 447472, 
3708409.
    (ii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 441070, 
3707874; 440879, 3707726; 440814, 3707675; 440754, 3707729; 440678, 
3707697; 440528, 3707653; 440465, 3707615; 440377, 3707567; 440272, 
3707509; 440174, 3707454; 440104, 3707399; 440020, 3707298; 439965, 
3707219; 440000, 3707162; 439676, 3706892; 439661, 3706908; 438873, 
3706187; 438824, 3706258; 438695, 3706127; 438635, 3706121; 438686, 
3706234; 438758, 3706415; 438804, 3706545; 438837, 3706647; 438873, 
3706816; 439038, 3706816; 439203, 3706857; 439263, 3706896; 439336, 
3706864; 439776, 3707199; 439744, 3707291; 439846, 3707335; 439862, 
3707411; 439881, 3707446; 440036, 3707561; 440055, 3707608; 440093, 
3707650; 440122, 3707669; 440440, 3707748; 440530, 3707810; 440697, 
3707840; 440905, 3707927; 441006, 3707988; 441112, 3708087; 441606, 
3708588; 441697, 3708520; 441649, 3708481; 441617, 3708427; 441513, 
3708319; 441579, 3708243; 441373, 3708129; 441210, 3707990; returning 
to 441070, 3707874.
    (iii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 447500, 
3708409; 447500, 3708437; 447472, 3708437; 447472, 3708409; 447330, 
3708409; 447330, 3708380; 447075, 3708380; 447075, 3708409; 446905, 
3708409; 446905, 3708380; 446876, 3708380; 446876, 3708409; 446820, 
3708409; 446820, 3708437; 446678, 3708437; 446678, 3708409; 446621, 
3708409; 446621, 3708380; 446593, 3708380; 446593, 3708352; 446564, 
3708352; 446564, 3708295; 446593, 3708295; 446593, 3708267; 446536, 
3708267; 446536, 3708295; 446479, 3708295; 446479, 3708324; 446394, 
3708324; 446394, 3708352; 446366, 3708352; 446366, 3708267; 446394, 
3708267; 446394, 3708238; 446422, 3708238; 446422, 3708182; 446366, 
3708182; 446366, 3708210; 446252, 3708210; 446252, 3708238; 446167, 
3708238; 446167, 3708153; 446139, 3708153; 446139, 3708068; 446110, 
3708068; 446110, 3707983; 446082, 3707983; 446082, 3707926; 446054, 
3707926; 446054, 3708011; 446025, 3708011; 446025, 3708097; 446018, 
3708097; 446002, 3708150; 445977, 3708203; 445942, 3708250; 445901, 
3708290; 445888, 3708299; 445855, 3708318; 445855, 3708324; 445841, 
3708324; 445827, 3708328; 445827, 3708352; 445770, 3708352; 445770, 
3708380; 445741, 3708380; 445741, 3708437; 445713, 3708437; 445713, 
3708465; 445600, 3708465; 445600, 3708494; 445543, 3708494; 445543, 
3708465; 445515, 3708465; 445515, 3708437; 445486, 3708437; 445486, 
3708409; 445429, 3708409; 445429, 3708437; 445401, 3708437; 445401, 
3708465; 445316, 3708465; 445316, 3708494; 445288, 3708494; 445288, 
3708465; 445231, 3708465; 445231, 3708437; 445202, 3708437; 445202, 
3708409; 445174, 3708409; 445174, 3708352; 445146, 3708352; 445146, 
3708324; 445117, 3708324; 445117, 3708352; 445089, 3708352; 445089, 
3708380; 445004, 3708380; 445004, 3708465; 445032, 3708465; 445032, 
3708550; 444976, 3708550; 444976, 3708579; 444919, 3708579; 444919, 
3708636; 444947, 3708636; 444947, 3708692; 444890, 3708692; 444890, 
3708721; 444805, 3708721; 444805, 3708749; 444749, 3708749; 444749, 
3708721; 444692, 3708721; 444692, 3708777; 444663, 3708777; 444663, 
3708806; 444607, 3708806; 444607, 3708834; 444493, 3708834; 444493, 
3708863; 444437, 3708863; 444437, 3708891; 444351, 3708891; 444351, 
3708919; 444238, 3708919; 444238, 3708976; 444181, 3708976; 444181, 
3709004; 444068, 3709004; 444068, 3709061; 444039, 3709061; 444039, 
3709118; 444011, 3709118; 444011, 3709146; 443983, 3709146; 443983, 
3709175; 443954, 3709175; 443954, 3709345; 443898, 3709345; 443898, 
3709373; 443869, 3709373; 443869, 3709402; 443841, 3709402; 443841, 
3709458; 443812, 3709458; 443812, 3709487; 443784, 3709487; 443784, 
3709515; 443699, 3709515; 443699, 3709543; 443671, 3709543; 443671, 
3709572; 443614, 3709572; 443614, 3709600; 443500, 3709600; 443500, 
3709572; 443444, 3709572; 443444, 3709543; 443415, 3709543; 443415, 
3709402; 443330, 3709402; 443330, 3709373; 443302, 3709373; 443302, 
3709345; 443273, 3709345; 443273, 3709373; 443132, 3709373; 443132, 
3709345; 442990, 3709345; 442990, 3709316; 442961, 3709316; 442961, 
3709288; 442950, 3709288; 442920, 3709331; 442686, 3709397; 442563, 
3709375; 442415, 3709399; 442367, 3709382; 442333, 3709353; 442323, 
3709323; 442200, 3709228; 442120, 3709187; 442072, 3709143; 442076, 
3709109; 442083, 3709055; 442083, 3709049; 442084, 3709043; 442081, 
3709040; 442070, 3709038; 442005, 3709034; 441981, 3708979; 441974, 
3708978; 441973, 3708978; 441954, 3708976; 441928, 3708972; 441928, 
3708972; 441915, 3709069; 441957, 3709281; 441925, 3709345; 441928, 
3709345; 441931, 3709346; 441932, 3709346; 441937, 3709347; 441938, 
3709347; 441941, 3709348; 441943, 3709348; 441944, 3709349; 441946, 
3709349; 441947, 3709349; 441952, 3709350; 441953, 3709351; 441955, 
3709351; 441956, 3709352; 441958, 3709352; 441959, 3709352; 441962, 
3709353; 441964, 3709354; 441967, 3709355; 441968, 3709355; 441969, 
3709356; 441971, 3709356; 441972, 3709357; 441974, 3709357; 441975, 
3709358; 441977, 3709358; 441978, 3709359; 441980, 3709359; 441981, 
3709360; 441982, 3709360; 441984, 3709361; 441985, 3709361; 441987, 
3709362; 441988, 3709363; 441990, 3709363; 441991, 3709364; 441992, 
3709364; 441994, 3709365; 441995, 3709366; 442001, 3709368; 442002, 
3709369; 442004, 3709369; 442005, 3709370; 442006, 3709371; 442009, 
3709372; 442011, 3709373; 442013, 3709374; 442015, 3709375; 442017, 
3709376; 442019, 3709377; 442020, 3709378; 442021, 3709378; 442023, 
3709379; 442024, 3709380; 442028, 3709382; 442029, 3709383; 442031, 
3709384; 442032, 3709385; 442033, 3709385; 442035, 3709386; 442036, 
3709387; 442037, 3709388; 442039, 3709389; 442040, 3709389; 442041, 
3709390; 442044, 3709392; 442045, 3709393; 442046, 3709394; 442048, 
3709395; 442049, 3709395; 442050, 3709396; 442051, 3709397; 442053, 
3709398; 442054, 3709399; 442055, 3709400; 442060, 3709404; 442061, 
3709405; 442063, 3709406; 442065, 3709407; 442066, 3709408; 442068, 
3709410; 442069, 3709411; 442073, 3709414; 442074, 3709415; 442075, 
3709416; 442076, 3709417; 442078, 3709418; 442079, 3709419; 442080, 
3709420; 442081, 3709422; 442082, 3709423; 442083, 3709424; 442084, 
3709425; 442085, 3709426; 442086, 3709427; 442088, 3709428; 442089, 
3709429; 442090, 3709430; 442093, 3709433; 442094, 3709434; 442095, 
3709436; 442097, 3709438; 442098, 3709439; 442100, 3709441; 442101, 
3709442; 442104, 3709446; 442105, 3709447; 442106, 3709448; 442107, 
3709449; 442108, 3709450; 442109, 3709452; 442110, 3709453; 442111, 
3709454; 442112, 3709455; 442113, 3709456; 442114, 3709458; 442115, 
3709459; 442116, 3709460; 442117, 3709461; 442119, 3709464; 442120, 
3709465; 442122, 3709469; 442123,

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3709470; 442124, 3709471; 442125, 3709473; 442126, 3709474; 442127, 
3709475; 442128, 3709476; 442128, 3709478; 442129, 3709479; 442130, 
3709480; 442131, 3709481; 442132, 3709483; 442133, 3709484; 442133, 
3709485; 442136, 3709489; 442137, 3709491; 442137, 3709492; 442138, 
3709493; 442139, 3709495; 442140, 3709496; 442140, 3709498; 442141, 
3709498; 442142, 3709500; 442143, 3709501; 442143, 3709502; 442144, 
3709503; 442144, 3709503; 442145, 3709504; 442145, 3709505; 442146, 
3709506; 442146, 3709507; 442147, 3709507; 442147, 3709508; 442152, 
3709514; 442153, 3709515; 442154, 3709516; 442154, 3709517; 442155, 
3709517; 442155, 3709518; 442156, 3709519; 442157, 3709519; 442157, 
3709520; 442158, 3709521; 442159, 3709522; 442160, 3709522; 442160, 
3709523; 442162, 3709524; 442162, 3709525; 442164, 3709526; 442164, 
3709527; 442165, 3709528; 442167, 3709529; 442168, 3709530; 442169, 
3709531; 442170, 3709531; 442170, 3709532; 442173, 3709534; 442173, 
3709534; 442174, 3709535; 442176, 3709536; 442177, 3709537; 442178, 
3709537; 442179, 3709538; 442180, 3709539; 442181, 3709539; 442182, 
3709540; 442182, 3709540; 442183, 3709541; 442184, 3709541; 442185, 
3709542; 442186, 3709542; 442187, 3709543; 442187, 3709543; 442189, 
3709544; 442190, 3709545; 442191, 3709545; 442192, 3709546; 442193, 
3709546; 442193, 3709546; 442194, 3709547; 442195, 3709547; 442199, 
3709549; 442200, 3709549; 442202, 3709550; 442202, 3709550; 442203, 
3709551; 442206, 3709551; 442207, 3709552; 442211, 3709553; 442212, 
3709553; 442213, 3709554; 442214, 3709554; 442215, 3709554; 442217, 
3709555; 442218, 3709555; 442220, 3709555; 442221, 3709556; 442222, 
3709556; 442223, 3709556; 442225, 3709556; 442226, 3709556; 442228, 
3709557; 442229, 3709557; 442230, 3709557; 442231, 3709557; 442232, 
3709557; 442233, 3709557; 442234, 3709558; 442236, 3709558; 442237, 
3709558; 442238, 3709558; 442240, 3709558; 442242, 3709558; 442242, 
3709558; 442246, 3709558; 442247, 3709558; 442251, 3709558; 442254, 
3709558; 442255, 3709558; 442257, 3709559; 442258, 3709559; 442261, 
3709559; 442263, 3709559; 442264, 3709559; 442266, 3709559; 442267, 
3709559; 442270, 3709560; 442272, 3709560; 442274, 3709560; 442275, 
3709560; 442280, 3709561; 442281, 3709561; 442283, 3709561; 442293, 
3709563; 442295, 3709563; 442296, 3709563; 442299, 3709564; 442301, 
3709564; 442302, 3709564; 442304, 3709565; 442305, 3709565; 442307, 
3709565; 442310, 3709566; 442311, 3709566; 442313, 3709567; 442314, 
3709567; 442320, 3709569; 442322, 3709569; 442323, 3709570; 442325, 
3709570; 442326, 3709570; 442328, 3709571; 442329, 3709571; 442331, 
3709572; 442334, 3709573; 442335, 3709573; 442338, 3709574; 442339, 
3709575; 442341, 3709575; 442342, 3709576; 442344, 3709576; 442345, 
3709577; 442347, 3709577; 442348, 3709578; 442350, 3709578; 442351, 
3709579; 442352, 3709579; 442354, 3709580; 442355, 3709581; 442357, 
3709581; 442358, 3709582; 442359, 3709582; 442361, 3709583; 442362, 
3709584; 442364, 3709584; 442365, 3709585; 442369, 3709587; 442371, 
3709587; 442372, 3709588; 442374, 3709589; 442375, 3709589; 442376, 
3709590; 442380, 3709592; 442382, 3709593; 442384, 3709594; 442386, 
3709595; 442387, 3709596; 442388, 3709596; 442390, 3709597; 442394, 
3709599; 442395, 3709600; 442396, 3709601; 442398, 3709602; 442399, 
3709603; 442400, 3709603; 442402, 3709604; 442403, 3709605; 442404, 
3709606; 442406, 3709607; 442407, 3709608; 442408, 3709608; 442410, 
3709609; 442411, 3709610; 442412, 3709611; 442413, 3709612; 442415, 
3709613; 442416, 3709614; 442417, 3709614; 442418, 3709615; 442420, 
3709616; 442421, 3709617; 442422, 3709618; 442425, 3709620; 442426, 
3709621; 442429, 3709624; 442431, 3709625; 442432, 3709626; 442433, 
3709627; 442434, 3709627; 442435, 3709628; 442436, 3709629; 442440, 
3709632; 442441, 3709633; 442442, 3709634; 442443, 3709636; 442445, 
3709637; 442446, 3709638; 442447, 3709639; 442448, 3709640; 442449, 
3709641; 442450, 3709642; 442451, 3709643; 442455, 3709646; 442456, 
3709647; 442458, 3709649; 442459, 3709650; 442461, 3709653; 442463, 
3709655; 442464, 3709656; 442467, 3709659; 442468, 3709661; 442471, 
3709663; 442471, 3709664; 442474, 3709666; 442474, 3709668; 442476, 
3709669; 442476, 3709670; 442508, 3709708; 442508, 3709711; 442509, 
3709713; 442510, 3709715; 442510, 3709717; 442511, 3709720; 442511, 
3709722; 442512, 3709724; 442512, 3709726; 442513, 3709729; 442513, 
3709731; 442514, 3709733; 442514, 3709735; 442515, 3709738; 442517, 
3709747; 442517, 3709749; 442518, 3709754; 442518, 3709756; 442520, 
3709765; 442521, 3709767; 442521, 3709772; 442522, 3709774; 442522, 
3709776; 442522, 3709779; 442523, 3709781; 442523, 3709783; 442524, 
3709788; 442524, 3709790; 442524, 3709793; 442525, 3709795; 442526, 
3709802; 442526, 3709804; 442526, 3709806; 442526, 3709809; 442527, 
3709811; 442527, 3709813; 442527, 3709816; 442527, 3709818; 442527, 
3709820; 442528, 3709823; 442528, 3709825; 442528, 3709827; 442528, 
3709830; 442528, 3709832; 442529, 3709834; 442529, 3709837; 442529, 
3709841; 442529, 3709843; 442529, 3709846; 442530, 3709848; 442530, 
3709850; 442530, 3709853; 442530, 3709855; 442530, 3709855; 442536, 
3709855; 442536, 3709827; 442566, 3709827; 442566, 3709823; 442564, 
3709810; 442563, 3709798; 442561, 3709785; 442560, 3709772; 442558, 
3709760; 442555, 3709747; 442553, 3709734; 442550, 3709722; 442547, 
3709709; 442544, 3709697; 442541, 3709685; 442537, 3709672; 442533, 
3709660; 442529, 3709648; 442509, 3709588; 442523, 3709589; 442534, 
3709590; 442549, 3709597; 442563, 3709612; 442616, 3709673; 442624, 
3709678; 442631, 3709681; 442639, 3709683; 442676, 3709686; 442686, 
3709687; 442698, 3709687; 442715, 3709690; 442740, 3709698; 442813, 
3709733; 442830, 3709740; 442855, 3709747; 442885, 3709750; 442941, 
3709754; 442987, 3709764; 443017, 3709779; 443028, 3709786; 443029, 
3709799; 443046, 3709799; 443046, 3709827; 443075, 3709827; 443075, 
3709884; 443103, 3709884; 443103, 3709912; 443132, 3709912; 443132, 
3709997; 443160, 3709997; 443160, 3710111; 443188, 3710111; 443188, 
3710281; 443160, 3710281; 443160, 3710366; 443188, 3710366; 443188, 
3710394; 443217, 3710394; 443217, 3710423; 443245, 3710423; 443245, 
3710593; 443273, 3710593; 443273, 3710678; 443302, 3710678; 443302, 
3710735; 443358, 3710735; 443358, 3710706; 443387, 3710706; 443387, 
3710593; 443415, 3710593; 443415, 3710565; 443444, 3710565; 443444, 
3710536; 443469, 3710536; 443497, 3710181; 443497, 3710179; 443497, 
3710177; 443497, 3710175; 443498, 3710170; 443498, 3710168; 443498, 
3710166; 443498, 3710165; 443499, 3710161; 443499, 3710159; 443500, 
3710158; 443500, 3710156; 443501, 3710154; 443501, 3710153; 443502, 
3710151; 443502, 3710149; 443503, 3710147; 443505, 3710142; 443505, 
3710141; 443506, 3710139; 443507, 3710138; 443508, 3710136; 443508, 
3710134; 443509, 3710133; 443510, 3710131; 443511, 3710130; 443513, 
3710127; 443514, 3710125; 443515, 3710124; 443516, 3710122; 443517, 
3710121; 443518, 3710119; 443519, 3710118; 443520, 3710117; 443521,

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3710115; 443523, 3710114; 443524, 3710113; 443526, 3710110; 443527, 
3710109; 443530, 3710106; 443531, 3710105; 443535, 3710102; 443540, 
3710099; 443541, 3710098; 443542, 3710097; 443545, 3710095; 443547, 
3710094; 443549, 3710093; 443550, 3710092; 443552, 3710091; 443553, 
3710091; 443555, 3710090; 443557, 3710089; 443558, 3710088; 443561, 
3710087; 443566, 3710085; 443571, 3710084; 443573, 3710083; 443575, 
3710083; 443577, 3710082; 443578, 3710082; 443580, 3710082; 443581, 
3710082; 443582, 3710081; 443584, 3710081; 443615, 3710074; 443619, 
3710073; 443623, 3710072; 443635, 3710069; 443639, 3710068; 443642, 
3710068; 443642, 3710054; 443699, 3710054; 443699, 3710026; 443812, 
3710026; 443812, 3709997; 443841, 3709997; 443841, 3709969; 443898, 
3709969; 443898, 3709997; 443921, 3709997; 443926, 3709995; 443926, 
3709969; 443954, 3709969; 443954, 3709941; 443983, 3709941; 443983, 
3709912; 444039, 3709912; 444039, 3709884; 444107, 3709884; 444124, 
3709871; 444124, 3709827; 444181, 3709827; 444268, 3709756; 444272, 
3709753; 444276, 3709750; 444280, 3709747; 444288, 3709741; 444292, 
3709738; 444296, 3709735; 444300, 3709732; 444303, 3709729; 444308, 
3709726; 444312, 3709723; 444316, 3709721; 444320, 3709718; 444324, 
3709715; 444328, 3709712; 444341, 3709704; 444345, 3709701; 444349, 
3709699; 444353, 3709696; 444357, 3709694; 444366, 3709689; 444375, 
3709684; 444379, 3709681; 444380, 3709681; 444381, 3709680; 444383, 
3709679; 444384, 3709679; 444385, 3709678; 444388, 3709677; 444390, 
3709676; 444392, 3709676; 444394, 3709675; 444398, 3709674; 444401, 
3709674; 444405, 3709673; 444409, 3709673; 444412, 3709673; 444414, 
3709673; 444415, 3709673; 444421, 3709674; 444422, 3709674; 444423, 
3709674; 444426, 3709675; 444427, 3709675; 444429, 3709676; 444430, 
3709676; 444431, 3709677; 444433, 3709677; 444434, 3709678; 444435, 
3709678; 444437, 3709679; 444438, 3709679; 444439, 3709680; 444440, 
3709681; 444441, 3709681; 444443, 3709682; 444445, 3709684; 444446, 
3709684; 444447, 3709685; 444448, 3709686; 444450, 3709687; 444451, 
3709688; 444453, 3709689; 444467, 3709706; 444477, 3709717; 444482, 
3709723; 444486, 3709728; 444501, 3709745; 444505, 3709751; 444510, 
3709757; 444514, 3709763; 444519, 3709768; 444524, 3709774; 444528, 
3709780; 444533, 3709786; 444537, 3709792; 444542, 3709798; 444546, 
3709803; 444550, 3709809; 444555, 3709815; 444559, 3709821; 444563, 
3709827; 444568, 3709833; 444572, 3709839; 444576, 3709845; 444578, 
3709848; 444578, 3709827; 444607, 3709827; 444607, 3709799; 444663, 
3709799; 444663, 3709770; 444692, 3709770; 444692, 3709799; 444720, 
3709799; 444720, 3709827; 444976, 3709827; 444976, 3709855; 445004, 
3709855; 445004, 3709884; 445032, 3709884; 445032, 3709912; 445061, 
3709912; 445061, 3709969; 445089, 3709969; 445089, 3710026; 445117, 
3710026; 445117, 3710082; 445174, 3710082; 445174, 3709861; 445158, 
3709844; 445123, 3709780; 445062, 3709716; 444929, 3709558; 444893, 
3709515; 444862, 3709515; 444862, 3709430; 444890, 3709430; 444890, 
3709402; 444958, 3709402; 444937, 3709371; 444923, 3709322; 444931, 
3709266; 444956, 3709215; 444963, 3709208; 444974, 3709204; 445003, 
3709188; 445042, 3709164; 445071, 3709147; 445089, 3709138; 445111, 
3709124; 445123, 3709111; 445124, 3709111; 445148, 3709086; 445156, 
3709072; 445157, 3709071; 445172, 3709046; 445198, 3709001; 445244, 
3708962; 445246, 3708960; 445262, 3708945; 445403, 3708883; 445462, 
3708843; 445503, 3708810; 445527, 3708751; 445576, 3708709; 445615, 
3708706; 445663, 3708675; 445751, 3708651; 445803, 3708641; 445820, 
3708637; 445858, 3708626; 445889, 3708629; 445929, 3708665; 445948, 
3708694; 445970, 3708712; 445995, 3708732; 446016, 3708745; 446043, 
3708751; 446080, 3708760; 446114, 3708762; 446169, 3708758; 446453, 
3708744; 446656, 3708739; 446746, 3708737; 446748, 3708737; 446788, 
3708736; 446869, 3708735; 446955, 3708712; 447011, 3708709; 447059, 
3708739; 447106, 3708754; 447236, 3708802; 447294, 3708829; 447345, 
3708949; 447350, 3708960; 447427, 3709026; 447475, 3709056; 447538, 
3709095; 447739, 3709197; 447810, 3709250; 447962, 3709453; 448000, 
3709491; 448031, 3709544; 448032, 3709619; 448035, 3709768; 448149, 
3710304; 448170, 3710404; 448162, 3710451; 448181, 3710451; 448181, 
3710480; 448210, 3710480; 448210, 3710565; 448295, 3710565; 448295, 
3710680; 448923, 3710518; 448929, 3710533; 448935, 3710548; 448940, 
3710563; 448945, 3710578; 448950, 3710593; 448955, 3710609; 448959, 
3710624; 448963, 3710639; 448966, 3710654; 448976, 3710654; 448979, 
3710670; 448983, 3710685; 448986, 3710701; 448988, 3710715; 448988, 
3710715; 448988, 3710715; 449110, 3710714; 449159, 3710763; 449174, 
3710763; 449174, 3710735; 449515, 3710735; 449515, 3710706; 449628, 
3710706; 449628, 3710678; 449656, 3710678; 449656, 3710650; 449600, 
3710650; 449600, 3710621; 449543, 3710621; 449543, 3710593; 449486, 
3710593; 449486, 3710565; 449429, 3710565; 449429, 3710536; 449344, 
3710536; 449344, 3710508; 449288, 3710508; 449288, 3710480; 449259, 
3710480; 449259, 3710423; 449264, 3710423; 449262, 3710422; 449258, 
3710419; 449254, 3710416; 449251, 3710415; 449249, 3710413; 449247, 
3710412; 449242, 3710409; 449240, 3710408; 449238, 3710407; 449235, 
3710406; 449233, 3710404; 449231, 3710403; 449228, 3710402; 449221, 
3710399; 449218, 3710398; 449216, 3710397; 449213, 3710396; 449211, 
3710395; 449209, 3710394; 449206, 3710393; 449203, 3710392; 449201, 
3710391; 449198, 3710391; 449196, 3710390; 449193, 3710389; 449191, 
3710389; 449183, 3710387; 449175, 3710385; 449173, 3710384; 449170, 
3710384; 449167, 3710384; 449165, 3710383; 449162, 3710383; 449157, 
3710382; 449154, 3710382; 449152, 3710382; 449149, 3710382; 449146, 
3710381; 449144, 3710381; 449141, 3710381; 449138, 3710381; 449130, 
3710381; 449125, 3710381; 449123, 3710381; 449120, 3710381; 449117, 
3710381; 449109, 3710382; 449107, 3710382; 449104, 3710383; 449101, 
3710383; 449099, 3710383; 449096, 3710384; 449091, 3710385; 449089, 
3710385; 449089, 3710394; 449057, 3710394; 449055, 3710395; 449051, 
3710397; 449049, 3710398; 449047, 3710399; 449043, 3710400; 449039, 
3710403; 449037, 3710404; 449035, 3710405; 449034, 3710406; 449032, 
3710407; 449028, 3710409; 449026, 3710411; 449024, 3710412; 449023, 
3710413; 449022, 3710413; 449021, 3710414; 449020, 3710414; 449016, 
3710416; 449015, 3710416; 449014, 3710416; 449012, 3710417; 449011, 
3710417; 449010, 3710417; 449008, 3710417; 449008, 3710417; 449004, 
3710417; 449004, 3710417; 449003, 3710417; 449001, 3710417; 449000, 
3710417; 448998, 3710416; 448991, 3710421; 448983, 3710424; 448972, 
3710428; 448960, 3710444; 448960, 3710445; 448959, 3710445; 448959, 
3710445; 448959, 3710446; 448958, 3710446; 448958, 3710446; 448957, 
3710446; 448956, 3710447; 448955, 3710447; 448954, 3710447; 448954, 
3710447; 448953, 3710447; 448953, 3710447; 448952, 3710446; 448952, 
3710446; 448951, 3710446; 448951, 3710446; 448951, 3710446; 448950, 
3710445; 448950, 3710445; 448949, 3710445; 448949, 3710444; 448949,

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3710444; 448948, 3710443; 448948, 3710443; 448948, 3710442; 448948, 
3710442; 448947, 3710441; 448946, 3710440; 448946, 3710440; 448945, 
3710439; 448944, 3710438; 448943, 3710438; 448942, 3710437; 448941, 
3710437; 448940, 3710436; 448937, 3710434; 448936, 3710434; 448935, 
3710433; 448934, 3710433; 448933, 3710433; 448932, 3710433; 448931, 
3710432; 448930, 3710432; 448929, 3710432; 448928, 3710432; 448927, 
3710431; 448926, 3710431; 448924, 3710431; 448920, 3710431; 448918, 
3710431; 448917, 3710431; 448915, 3710432; 448913, 3710432; 448913, 
3710432; 448911, 3710432; 448911, 3710433; 448909, 3710433; 448908, 
3710434; 448907, 3710434; 448905, 3710435; 448904, 3710436; 448903, 
3710436; 448902, 3710437; 448871, 3710452; 448847, 3710468; 448836, 
3710466; 448824, 3710464; 448808, 3710460; 448799, 3710460; 448763, 
3710454; 448734, 3710449; 448721, 3710449; 448706, 3710446; 448685, 
3710439; 448676, 3710437; 448651, 3710424; 448632, 3710411; 448621, 
3710397; 448615, 3710387; 448609, 3710373; 448603, 3710362; 448597, 
3710347; 448589, 3710333; 448584, 3710322; 448565, 3710291; 448561, 
3710289; 448556, 3710283; 448540, 3710265; 448528, 3710249; 448521, 
3710237; 448513, 3710227; 448497, 3710202; 448486, 3710187; 448474, 
3710172; 448465, 3710157; 448458, 3710145; 448452, 3710134; 448433, 
3710106; 448425, 3710097; 448418, 3710086; 448413, 3710082; 448396, 
3710061; 448376, 3710040; 448362, 3710028; 448347, 3710011; 448340, 
3710003; 448333, 3709991; 448323, 3709978; 448315, 3709961; 448304, 
3709944; 448297, 3709932; 448293, 3709921; 448285, 3709908; 448280, 
3709898; 448272, 3709879; 448270, 3709878; 448269, 3709878; 448269, 
3709878; 448269, 3709878; 448268, 3709878; 448268, 3709878; 448268, 
3709878; 448267, 3709877; 448267, 3709877; 448267, 3709877; 448266, 
3709877; 448266, 3709877; 448266, 3709876; 448266, 3709876; 448265, 
3709876; 448265, 3709875; 448265, 3709875; 448264, 3709872; 448263, 
3709869; 448262, 3709866; 448261, 3709864; 448260, 3709861; 448256, 
3709849; 448255, 3709846; 448255, 3709843; 448254, 3709840; 448253, 
3709837; 448252, 3709834; 448251, 3709828; 448250, 3709825; 448250, 
3709822; 448247, 3709805; 448243, 3709787; 448240, 3709769; 448237, 
3709751; 448233, 3709734; 448233, 3709732; 448233, 3709731; 448232, 
3709729; 448232, 3709728; 448231, 3709725; 448231, 3709724; 448230, 
3709721; 448229, 3709720; 448229, 3709719; 448227, 3709716; 448227, 
3709715; 448226, 3709714; 448225, 3709712; 448225, 3709711; 448224, 
3709710; 448223, 3709709; 448222, 3709707; 448222, 3709706; 448220, 
3709704; 448219, 3709703; 448218, 3709702; 448217, 3709701; 448216, 
3709700; 448215, 3709699; 448214, 3709698; 448212, 3709696; 448209, 
3709693; 448208, 3709692; 448207, 3709691; 448204, 3709690; 448202, 
3709688; 448198, 3709686; 448198, 3709686; 448197, 3709685; 448197, 
3709685; 448196, 3709684; 448195, 3709684; 448195, 3709683; 448195, 
3709683; 448194, 3709683; 448194, 3709682; 448194, 3709682; 448193, 
3709680; 448193, 3709679; 448192, 3709679; 448192, 3709678; 448192, 
3709678; 448192, 3709677; 448192, 3709674; 448191, 3709670; 448190, 
3709665; 448189, 3709660; 448188, 3709656; 448187, 3709651; 448186, 
3709647; 448185, 3709642; 448181, 3709628; 448180, 3709624; 448177, 
3709614; 448176, 3709611; 448174, 3709605; 448173, 3709602; 448171, 
3709596; 448170, 3709593; 448167, 3709587; 448165, 3709581; 448162, 
3709575; 448161, 3709572; 448160, 3709569; 448158, 3709566; 448157, 
3709563; 448154, 3709557; 448152, 3709554; 448152, 3709554; 448152, 
3709553; 448151, 3709553; 448151, 3709552; 448151, 3709552; 448150, 
3709551; 448150, 3709551; 448149, 3709550; 448149, 3709550; 448148, 
3709549; 448148, 3709549; 448145, 3709548; 448144, 3709547; 448143, 
3709547; 448142, 3709547; 448141, 3709547; 448140, 3709547; 448140, 
3709546; 448139, 3709546; 448139, 3709546; 448139, 3709546; 448138, 
3709546; 448138, 3709545; 448137, 3709545; 448137, 3709545; 448137, 
3709544; 448135, 3709543; 448135, 3709542; 448134, 3709540; 448134, 
3709540; 448134, 3709537; 448134, 3709537; 448135, 3709507; 448134, 
3709505; 448134, 3709503; 448134, 3709499; 448134, 3709497; 448134, 
3709493; 448133, 3709489; 448133, 3709487; 448132, 3709483; 448132, 
3709481; 448131, 3709479; 448131, 3709477; 448130, 3709475; 448130, 
3709473; 448130, 3709471; 448129, 3709470; 448127, 3709464; 448124, 
3709453; 448123, 3709448; 448121, 3709442; 448120, 3709437; 448118, 
3709431; 448118, 3709429; 448117, 3709428; 448117, 3709427; 448117, 
3709426; 448116, 3709423; 448115, 3709422; 448115, 3709421; 448114, 
3709420; 448112, 3709417; 448112, 3709416; 448111, 3709415; 448110, 
3709415; 448109, 3709413; 448108, 3709412; 448107, 3709411; 448106, 
3709410; 448099, 3709400; 448095, 3709395; 448092, 3709390; 448080, 
3709375; 448077, 3709370; 448073, 3709365; 448069, 3709360; 448065, 
3709355; 448061, 3709350; 448053, 3709340; 448049, 3709335; 448045, 
3709330; 448041, 3709325; 448037, 3709319; 448032, 3709314; 448028, 
3709309; 448023, 3709304; 448019, 3709298; 448017, 3709297; 448016, 
3709295; 448015, 3709294; 448014, 3709292; 448013, 3709291; 448011, 
3709289; 448010, 3709287; 448009, 3709286; 448006, 3709281; 448005, 
3709279; 448004, 3709277; 448003, 3709276; 448000, 3709270; 447999, 
3709268; 447998, 3709267; 447997, 3709265; 447997, 3709263; 447996, 
3709261; 447995, 3709259; 447994, 3709257; 447994, 3709256; 447993, 
3709253; 447991, 3709250; 447985, 3709235; 447984, 3709232; 447983, 
3709229; 447982, 3709227; 447980, 3709224; 447979, 3709221; 447977, 
3709218; 447976, 3709215; 447974, 3709213; 447974, 3709211; 447973, 
3709210; 447972, 3709209; 447971, 3709205; 447970, 3709202; 447969, 
3709200; 447969, 3709199; 447968, 3709197; 447968, 3709196; 447968, 
3709195; 447967, 3709193; 447967, 3709190; 447966, 3709189; 447966, 
3709187; 447966, 3709184; 447966, 3709183; 447965, 3709175; 447964, 
3709171; 447964, 3709168; 447963, 3709164; 447962, 3709160; 447961, 
3709152; 447960, 3709149; 447959, 3709141; 447958, 3709137; 447957, 
3709133; 447956, 3709130; 447955, 3709126; 447955, 3709124; 447954, 
3709123; 447954, 3709121; 447953, 3709119; 447951, 3709114; 447950, 
3709113; 447950, 3709111; 447949, 3709109; 447948, 3709108; 447947, 
3709104; 447946, 3709103; 447945, 3709101; 447942, 3709097; 447939, 
3709091; 447935, 3709086; 447932, 3709081; 447922, 3709065; 447918, 
3709060; 447911, 3709049; 447907, 3709044; 447904, 3709039; 447903, 
3709037; 447898, 3709032; 447897, 3709030; 447894, 3709026; 447893, 
3709025; 447891, 3709023; 447890, 3709021; 447888, 3709019; 447886, 
3709018; 447885, 3709016; 447883, 3709015; 447882, 3709013; 447880, 
3709011; 447878, 3709010; 447877, 3709008; 447876, 3709007; 447875, 
3709006; 447873, 3709004; 447872, 3709003; 447871, 3709002; 447870, 
3709001; 447870, 3709000; 447868, 3708996; 447868, 3708995; 447867, 
3708994; 447867, 3708993; 447866, 3708992; 447866, 3708991; 447865, 
3708990; 447865, 3708989; 447865, 3708987; 447864, 3708986; 447864, 
3708985; 447864, 3708984; 447864, 3708983; 447863, 3708981; 447863,

[[Page 7377]]

3708980; 447863, 3708979; 447863, 3708978; 447863, 3708976; 447863, 
3708975; 447863, 3708974; 447864, 3708972; 447864, 3708972; 447864, 
3708971; 447864, 3708970; 447866, 3708967; 447866, 3708966; 447866, 
3708966; 447867, 3708965; 447867, 3708964; 447868, 3708964; 447868, 
3708963; 447869, 3708962; 447869, 3708961; 447870, 3708961; 447870, 
3708960; 447870, 3708959; 447870, 3708959; 447870, 3708958; 447871, 
3708957; 447871, 3708956; 447871, 3708952; 447871, 3708952; 447871, 
3708951; 447871, 3708950; 447870, 3708949; 447870, 3708948; 447869, 
3708947; 447869, 3708945; 447868, 3708944; 447868, 3708942; 447866, 
3708939; 447865, 3708938; 447865, 3708936; 447864, 3708935; 447863, 
3708933; 447861, 3708930; 447860, 3708929; 447859, 3708927; 447858, 
3708926; 447857, 3708925; 447856, 3708923; 447853, 3708919; 447852, 
3708918; 447851, 3708917; 447850, 3708916; 447848, 3708914; 447847, 
3708913; 447845, 3708911; 447844, 3708910; 447842, 3708909; 447841, 
3708908; 447840, 3708907; 447838, 3708906; 447837, 3708905; 447836, 
3708904; 447834, 3708903; 447833, 3708902; 447831, 3708901; 447830, 
3708900; 447829, 3708900; 447895, 3708806; 447812, 3708806; 447812, 
3708777; 447784, 3708777; 447784, 3708749; 447756, 3708749; 447756, 
3708721; 447727, 3708721; 447727, 3708692; 447699, 3708692; 447699, 
3708579; 447727, 3708579; 447727, 3708550; 447756, 3708550; 447756, 
3708522; 447784, 3708522; 447784, 3708465; 447756, 3708465; 447756, 
3708324; 447727, 3708324; 447727, 3708380; 447699, 3708380; 447699, 
3708409; 447671, 3708409; 447671, 3708437; 447642, 3708437; 447642, 
3708465; 447557, 3708465; 447557, 3708437; 447529, 3708437; 447529, 
3708409; returning to 447500, 3708409.
    (iv) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 449399, 
3714186; 449414, 3714181; 449414, 3714181; 449414, 3714181; 449415, 
3714181; 449543, 3714135; 449543, 3714111; 449515, 3714111; 449515, 
3714054; 449486, 3714054; 449486, 3713997; 449515, 3713997; 449515, 
3713969; 449486, 3713969; 449486, 3713912; 449458, 3713912; 449458, 
3713799; 449401, 3713799; 449401, 3713742; 449373, 3713742; 449373, 
3713714; 449344, 3713714; 449344, 3713657; 449316, 3713657; 449316, 
3713515; 449288, 3713515; 449288, 3713316; 449259, 3713316; 449259, 
3713288; 449203, 3713288; 449203, 3713264; 449189, 3713262; 449095, 
3713281; 449077, 3713285; 449383, 3714147; returning to 449399, 
3714186.
    (v) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 460039, 
3719671; 460039, 3719643; 460011, 3719643; 460011, 3719558; 459983, 
3719558; 459983, 3719529; 459954, 3719529; 459954, 3719501; 459926, 
3719501; 459926, 3719473; 459869, 3719473; 459869, 3719387; 459841, 
3719387; 459841, 3719302; 459813, 3719302; 459813, 3719189; 459784, 
3719189; 459784, 3719132; 459727, 3719132; 459727, 3719160; 459699, 
3719160; 459699, 3719217; 459671, 3719217; 459671, 3719274; 459586, 
3719274; 459586, 3719246; 459557, 3719246; 459557, 3719132; 459529, 
3719132; 459529, 3719104; 459500, 3719104; 459500, 3719047; 459472, 
3719047; 459472, 3719019; 459444, 3719019; 459444, 3718962; 459415, 
3718962; 459415, 3718934; 459387, 3718934; 459387, 3718905; 459359, 
3718905; 459359, 3718877; 459330, 3718877; 459330, 3718848; 459302, 
3718848; 459302, 3718820; 459274, 3718820; 459274, 3718763; 459103, 
3718763; 459103, 3718735; 459075, 3718735; 459075, 3718707; 459047, 
3718707; 459047, 3718678; 459018, 3718678; 459018, 3718650; 458990, 
3718650; 458990, 3718593; 458933, 3718593; 458933, 3718565; 458905, 
3718565; 458905, 3718593; 458848, 3718593; 458848, 3718621; 458820, 
3718621; 458820, 3718593; 458734, 3718593; 458734, 3718565; 458678, 
3718565; 458678, 3718536; 458649, 3718536; 458649, 3718508; 458593, 
3718508; 458593, 3718480; 458564, 3718480; 458564, 3718451; 458536, 
3718451; 458536, 3718423; 458508, 3718423; 458508, 3718451; 458479, 
3718451; 458479, 3718366; 458451, 3718366; 458451, 3718281; 458422, 
3718281; 458422, 3718253; 458366, 3718253; 458366, 3718224; 458337, 
3718224; 458337, 3718196; 458309, 3718196; 458309, 3718168; 458195, 
3718168; 458195, 3718196; 458139, 3718196; 458139, 3718224; 458054, 
3718224; 458054, 3718196; 458025, 3718196; 458025, 3718168; 457883, 
3718168; 457883, 3718196; 457855, 3718196; 457855, 3718224; 457713, 
3718224; 457713, 3718196; 457656, 3718196; 457656, 3718168; 457628, 
3718168; 457628, 3718139; 457515, 3718139; 457515, 3718111; 457486, 
3718111; 457486, 3718082; 457430, 3718082; 457430, 3718054; 457373, 
3718054; 457373, 3718026; 457344, 3718026; 457344, 3717855; 457316, 
3717855; 457316, 3717770; 457288, 3717770; 457288, 3717714; 457259, 
3717714; 457259, 3717685; 457231, 3717685; 457231, 3717629; 457203, 
3717629; 457203, 3717572; 457174, 3717572; 457174, 3717487; 457146, 
3717487; 457146, 3717458; 457117, 3717458; 457117, 3717487; 457089, 
3717487; 457089, 3717515; 457061, 3717515; 457061, 3717543; 457032, 
3717543; 456976, 3717543; 456976, 3717515; 456947, 3717515; 456947, 
3717487; 456919, 3717487; 456919, 3717260; 456947, 3717260; 456947, 
3717203; 456862, 3717203; 456862, 3717175; 456834, 3717175; 456834, 
3717146; 456692, 3717146; 456692, 3717175; 456664, 3717175; 456664, 
3717146; 456635, 3717146; 456635, 3717175; 456550, 3717175; 456550, 
3717146; 456493, 3717146; 456493, 3717118; 456465, 3717118; 456465, 
3716976; 456380, 3716976; 456380, 3716948; 456323, 3716948; 456323, 
3716976; 456238, 3716976; 456238, 3717004; 456210, 3717004; 456210, 
3717033; 456181, 3717033; 456181, 3717061; 456153, 3717061; 456153, 
3717033; 456096, 3717033; 456096, 3717004; 455926, 3717004; 455926, 
3717033; 455812, 3717033; 455812, 3716948; 455756, 3716948; 455756, 
3716976; 455727, 3716976; 455727, 3717004; 455699, 3717004; 455699, 
3717061; 455642, 3717061; 455642, 3717118; 455614, 3717118; 455614, 
3717146; 455586, 3717146; 455586, 3717175; 455557, 3717175; 455557, 
3717316; 455472, 3717316; 455472, 3717288; 455415, 3717288; 455415, 
3717316; 455359, 3717316; 455359, 3717345; 455273, 3717345; 455273, 
3717373; 455188, 3717373; 455188, 3717402; 455075, 3717402; 455075, 
3717373; 455047, 3717373; 455047, 3717288; 454990, 3717288; 454990, 
3717260; 454706, 3717260; 454706, 3717231; 454649, 3717231; 454649, 
3717203; 454621, 3717203; 454621, 3717175; 454564, 3717175; 454564, 
3717146; 454536, 3717146; 454536, 3717175; 454394, 3717175; 454394, 
3717118; 454366, 3717118; 454366, 3717090; 454309, 3717090; 454309, 
3717061; 454252, 3717061; 454252, 3717090; 454139, 3717090; 454139, 
3717118; 454054, 3717118; 454054, 3717090; 454025, 3717090; 454025, 
3717033; 453883, 3717033; 453883, 3716948; 453855, 3716948; 453855, 
3716919; 453827, 3716919; 453827, 3716891; 453798, 3716891; 453798, 
3716863; 453770, 3716863; 453770, 3716834; 453713, 3716834; 453713, 
3716806; 453656, 3716806; 453656, 3716834; 453571, 3716834; 453571, 
3716863; 453515, 3716863; 453515, 3716834; 453486, 3716834; 453486, 
3716806; 453458, 3716806; 453458, 3716749; 453344, 3716749; 453344, 
3716721; 453316, 3716721; 453316, 3716692; 453231, 3716692; 453231,

[[Page 7378]]

3716721; 453146, 3716721; 453146, 3716749; 453061, 3716749; 453061, 
3716777; 453032, 3716777; 453032, 3716806; 453004, 3716806; 453004, 
3716834; 452890, 3716834; 452890, 3716806; 452834, 3716806; 452834, 
3716777; 452805, 3716777; 452805, 3716749; 452777, 3716749; 452777, 
3716777; 452749, 3716777; 452749, 3716806; 452692, 3716806; 452692, 
3716834; 452635, 3716834; 452635, 3716863; 452594, 3716863; 452592, 
3717090; 452607, 3717090; 452607, 3717061; 452692, 3717061; 452692, 
3717033; 452720, 3717033; 452720, 3717004; 452890, 3717004; 452890, 
3716976; 453032, 3716976; 453032, 3716948; 453089, 3716948; 453089, 
3716919; 453146, 3716919; 453146, 3716891; 453174, 3716891; 453174, 
3716863; 453231, 3716863; 453231, 3716834; 453259, 3716834; 453259, 
3716863; 453288, 3716863; 453288, 3716834; 453373, 3716834; 453373, 
3716891; 453401, 3716891; 453401, 3716919; 453429, 3716919; 453429, 
3716948; 453486, 3716948; 453486, 3716976; 453543, 3716976; 453543, 
3716948; 453685, 3716948; 453685, 3716976; 453713, 3716976; 453713, 
3717004; 453742, 3717004; 453742, 3717061; 453770, 3717061; 453770, 
3717175; 453827, 3717175; 453827, 3717203; 453912, 3717203; 453912, 
3717260; 453940, 3717260; 453940, 3717288; 454054, 3717288; 454054, 
3717316; 454082, 3717316; 454082, 3717288; 454139, 3717288; 454139, 
3717231; 454167, 3717231; 454167, 3717203; 454224, 3717203; 454224, 
3717175; 454281, 3717175; 454281, 3717231; 454309, 3717231; 454309, 
3717316; 454337, 3717316; 454337, 3717373; 454394, 3717373; 454394, 
3717402; 454422, 3717402; 454422, 3717430; 454479, 3717430; 454479, 
3717402; 454508, 3717402; 454508, 3717373; 454536, 3717373; 454536, 
3717316; 454593, 3717316; 454593, 3717345; 454649, 3717345; 454649, 
3717373; 454678, 3717373; 454678, 3717430; 454649, 3717430; 454649, 
3717515; 454706, 3717515; 454706, 3717487; 454734, 3717487; 454734, 
3717458; 454763, 3717458; 454763, 3717430; 454791, 3717430; 454791, 
3717402; 454876, 3717402; 454876, 3717430; 454905, 3717430; 454905, 
3717458; 454961, 3717458; 454961, 3717487; 454990, 3717487; 454990, 
3717515; 455047, 3717515; 455047, 3717543; 455075, 3717543; 455075, 
3717572; 455217, 3717572; 455217, 3717543; 455245, 3717543; 455245, 
3717515; 455387, 3717515; 455387, 3717487; 455415, 3717487; 455415, 
3717458; 455472, 3717458; 455472, 3717487; 455529, 3717487; 455529, 
3717515; 455557, 3717515; 455557, 3717487; 455642, 3717487; 455642, 
3717458; 455671, 3717458; 455671, 3717430; 455699, 3717430; 455699, 
3717260; 455756, 3717260; 455756, 3717231; 455784, 3717231; 455784, 
3717203; 455841, 3717203; 455841, 3717175; 455926, 3717175; 455926, 
3717146; 456011, 3717146; 456011, 3717118; 456039, 3717118; 456039, 
3717146; 456096, 3717146; 456096, 3717175; 456125, 3717175; 456125, 
3717203; 456181, 3717203; 456181, 3717175; 456238, 3717175; 456238, 
3717146; 456266, 3717146; 456266, 3717118; 456295, 3717118; 456295, 
3717090; 456351, 3717090; 456351, 3717231; 456380, 3717231; 456380, 
3717260; 456408, 3717260; 456408, 3717288; 456465, 3717288; 456465, 
3717316; 456522, 3717316; 456578, 3717316; 456578, 3717288; 456749, 
3717288; 456749, 3717316; 456777, 3717316; 456777, 3717345; 456805, 
3717345; 456805, 3717458; 456777, 3717458; 456777, 3717572; 456805, 
3717572; 456805, 3717629; 456834, 3717629; 456834, 3717657; 456891, 
3717657; 456891, 3717685; 457089, 3717685; 457089, 3717855; 457117, 
3717855; 457117, 3717884; 457146, 3717884; 457146, 3718026; 457174, 
3718026; 457174, 3718082; 457203, 3718082; 457203, 3718168; 457231, 
3718168; 457231, 3718196; 457259, 3718196; 457259, 3718281; 457316, 
3718281; 457316, 3718309; 457373, 3718309; 457373, 3718253; 457344, 
3718253; 457344, 3718224; 457486, 3718224; 457486, 3718253; 457543, 
3718253; 457543, 3718281; 457571, 3718281; 457571, 3718309; 457656, 
3718309; 457656, 3718338; 457713, 3718338; 457713, 3718366; 457997, 
3718366; 457997, 3718394; 458082, 3718394; 458082, 3718423; 458167, 
3718423; 458167, 3718394; 458195, 3718394; 458195, 3718366; 458224, 
3718366; 458224, 3718338; 458252, 3718338; 458252, 3718394; 458309, 
3718394; 458309, 3718423; 458337, 3718423; 458337, 3718565; 458366, 
3718565; 458366, 3718593; 458394, 3718593; 458394, 3718621; 458479, 
3718621; 458479, 3718650; 458508, 3718650; 458508, 3718678; 458536, 
3718678; 458536, 3718735; 458649, 3718735; 458649, 3718763; 458706, 
3718763; 458706, 3718792; 458734, 3718792; 458734, 3718820; 458763, 
3718820; 458763, 3718848; 458791, 3718848; 458791, 3718877; 458848, 
3718877; 458848, 3718905; 458933, 3718905; 458933, 3718934; 459018, 
3718934; 459018, 3718905; 459047, 3718905; 459047, 3718934; 459103, 
3718934; 459103, 3718962; 459188, 3718962; 459188, 3718990; 459245, 
3718990; 459245, 3719047; 459274, 3719047; 459274, 3719104; 459302, 
3719104; 459302, 3719132; 459330, 3719132; 459330, 3719160; 459359, 
3719160; 459359, 3719274; 459387, 3719274; 459387, 3719331; 459415, 
3719331; 459415, 3719359; 459444, 3719359; 459444, 3719416; 459472, 
3719416; 459472, 3719444; 459500, 3719444; 459500, 3719473; 459529, 
3719473; 459529, 3719501; 459557, 3719501; 459557, 3719529; 459586, 
3719529; 459586, 3719671; 459614, 3719671; 459614, 3719785; 459671, 
3719785; 459671, 3719756; 459699, 3719756; 459699, 3719728; 459727, 
3719728; 459727, 3719699; 459756, 3719699; 459756, 3719671; 459784, 
3719671; 459784, 3719699; 459813, 3719699; 459813, 3719728; 459869, 
3719728; 459869, 3719756; 459926, 3719756; 459926, 3719785; 459954, 
3719785; 459954, 3719813; 459983, 3719813; 459983, 3719841; 460011, 
3719841; 460011, 3719898; 460039, 3719898; 460039, 3719926; 460068, 
3719926; 460068, 3719955; 460096, 3719955; 460096, 3719983; 460125, 
3719983; 460125, 3720012; 460153, 3720012; 460153, 3720040; 460210, 
3720040; 460210, 3719898; 460181, 3719898; 460181, 3719841; 460153, 
3719841; 460153, 3719756; 460125, 3719756; 460125, 3719728; 460096, 
3719728; 460096, 3719671; returning to 460039, 3719671.
    (vi) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 447671, 
3720125; 447642, 3720125; 447642, 3720153; 447671, 3720153; returning 
to 447671, 3720125;
    (vii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 447671, 
3720125; 447727, 3720125; 447727, 3720182; 447756, 3720182; 447756, 
3720238; 447727, 3720238; 447727, 3720375; 447784, 3720486; 447784, 
3720465; 447812, 3720465; 447812, 3720437; 447841, 3720437; 447841, 
3720409; 447926, 3720409; 447926, 3720437; 447954, 3720437; 447954, 
3720465; 447983, 3720465; 447983, 3720494; 448011, 3720494; 448011, 
3720522; 448039, 3720522; 448039, 3720579; 448068, 3720579; 448068, 
3720607; 448096, 3720607; 448096, 3720664; 448124, 3720664; 448124, 
3720692; 448153, 3720692; 448153, 3720721; 448181, 3720721; 448181, 
3720749; 448210, 3720749; 448210, 3720777; 448238, 3720777; 448238, 
3720806; 448266, 3720806; 448266, 3720834; 448295, 3720834; 448295, 
3720891; 448323, 3720891; 448323, 3720948; 448351, 3720948; 448351, 
3721118; 448380, 3721118; 448380, 3721203; 448408, 3721203; 448408, 
3721231; 448465, 3721231; 448465, 3721402; 448437, 3721402; 448437,

[[Page 7379]]

3721458; 448408, 3721458; 448408, 3721543; 448380, 3721543; 448380, 
3721685; 448408, 3721685; 448408, 3721742; 448437, 3721742; 448437, 
3721770; 448380, 3721770; 448380, 3721884; 448351, 3721884; 448351, 
3721912; 448380, 3721912; 448380, 3721969; 448408, 3721969; 448408, 
3722196; 448437, 3722196; 448437, 3722281; 448465, 3722281; 448465, 
3722338; 448437, 3722338; 448437, 3722366; 448408, 3722366; 448408, 
3722383; 448437, 3722453; 448437, 3722451; 448550, 3722451; 448550, 
3722480; 448607, 3722480; 448607, 3722508; 448635, 3722508; 448635, 
3722565; 448664, 3722565; 448664, 3722621; 448607, 3722621; 448607, 
3722848; 448635, 3722848; 448635, 3722990; 448607, 3722990; 448607, 
3723047; 448635, 3723047; 448635, 3723189; 448692, 3723189; 448692, 
3723246; 448720, 3723246; 448720, 3723302; 448749, 3723302; 448749, 
3723359; 448777, 3723359; 448777, 3723416; 448805, 3723416; 448805, 
3723444; 448777, 3723444; 448777, 3723529; 448805, 3723529; 448805, 
3723636; 448808, 3723636; 448814, 3724012; 448890, 3724012; 448890, 
3724040; 448919, 3724040; 448919, 3724068; 448947, 3724068; 448947, 
3724097; 448976, 3724097; 448976, 3724125; 449061, 3724125; 449061, 
3724153; 449117, 3724153; 449117, 3724182; 449146, 3724182; 449146, 
3724210; 449231, 3724210; 449231, 3724182; 449259, 3724182; 449288, 
3724182; 449288, 3724210; 449373, 3724210; 449373, 3724182; 449401, 
3724182; 449401, 3724068; 449373, 3724068; 449373, 3724040; 449344, 
3724040; 449344, 3724068; 449316, 3724068; 449316, 3724097; 449203, 
3724097; 449203, 3724068; 449174, 3724068; 449174, 3724040; 449117, 
3724040; 449117, 3724012; 449004, 3724012; 449004, 3723955; 448976, 
3723955; 448976, 3723898; 448919, 3723898; 448919, 3723813; 448890, 
3723813; 448890, 3723756; 448919, 3723756; 448919, 3723728; 448947, 
3723728; 448947, 3723699; 448919, 3723699; 448919, 3723416; 448890, 
3723416; 448890, 3723274; 448862, 3723274; 448862, 3723217; 448834, 
3723217; 448834, 3723189; 448805, 3723189; 448805, 3723160; 448834, 
3723160; 448834, 3723132; 448805, 3723132; 448805, 3723075; 448777, 
3723075; 448777, 3723047; 448749, 3723047; 448749, 3722792; 448777, 
3722792; 448777, 3722735; 448805, 3722735; 448805, 3722707; 448834, 
3722707; 448834, 3722735; 448919, 3722735; 448919, 3722763; 448947, 
3722763; 448947, 3722792; 448976, 3722792; 448976, 3722820; 449032, 
3722820; 449032, 3722848; 449089, 3722848; 449089, 3722905; 449117, 
3722905; 449117, 3722962; 449146, 3722962; 449146, 3722990; 449174, 
3722990; 449174, 3723019; 449231, 3723019; 449231, 3723104; 449259, 
3723104; 449259, 3723132; 449288, 3723132; 449288, 3723160; 449316, 
3723160; 449316, 3723189; 449344, 3723189; 449344, 3723217; 449373, 
3723217; 449373, 3723274; 449401, 3723274; 449401, 3723302; 449486, 
3723302; 449486, 3723444; 449515, 3723444; 449515, 3723529; 449656, 
3723529; 449656, 3723586; 449685, 3723586; 449685, 3723614; 449713, 
3723614; 449713, 3723643; 449742, 3723643; 449742, 3723671; 449770, 
3723671; 449770, 3723728; 449798, 3723728; 449798, 3723785; 449827, 
3723785; 449827, 3723813; 449855, 3723813; 449855, 3723898; 449883, 
3723898; 449883, 3724012; 449912, 3724012; 449912, 3724125; 449883, 
3724125; 449883, 3724182; 449997, 3724182; 449997, 3724153; 450082, 
3724153; 450082, 3724125; 450167, 3724125; 450167, 3724097; 450110, 
3724097; 450110, 3724068; 450082, 3724068; 450082, 3724040; 450054, 
3724040; 450054, 3724012; 450025, 3724012; 450025, 3723955; 449997, 
3723955; 449997, 3723898; 449968, 3723898; 449968, 3723785; 449940, 
3723785; 449940, 3723699; 449912, 3723699; 449912, 3723671; 449883, 
3723671; 449883, 3723614; 449855, 3723614; 449855, 3723586; 449827, 
3723586; 449827, 3723558; 449798, 3723558; 449798, 3723529; 449770, 
3723529; 449770, 3723501; 449742, 3723501; 449742, 3723444; 449713, 
3723444; 449713, 3723416; 449656, 3723416; 449656, 3723387; 449628, 
3723387; 449628, 3723274; 449600, 3723274; 449600, 3723246; 449628, 
3723246; 449628, 3723217; 449571, 3723217; 449571, 3723189; 449515, 
3723189; 449515, 3723160; 449486, 3723160; 449486, 3723132; 449458, 
3723132; 449458, 3723104; 449429, 3723104; 449429, 3723075; 449373, 
3723075; 449373, 3722990; 449344, 3722990; 449344, 3722934; 449288, 
3722934; 449288, 3722905; 449259, 3722905; 449259, 3722820; 449231, 
3722820; 449231, 3722792; 449203, 3722792; 449203, 3722763; 449117, 
3722763; 449117, 3722735; 449061, 3722735; 449061, 3722707; 449004, 
3722707; 449004, 3722678; 448976, 3722678; 448976, 3722650; 448919, 
3722650; 448919, 3722621; 448890, 3722621; 448890, 3722593; 448834, 
3722593; 448834, 3722508; 448862, 3722508; 448862, 3722395; 448834, 
3722395; 448834, 3722366; 448805, 3722366; 448805, 3722338; 448777, 
3722338; 448777, 3722281; 448749, 3722281; 448749, 3722253; 448720, 
3722253; 448720, 3722168; 448692, 3722168; 448692, 3722139; 448635, 
3722139; 448635, 3722111; 448607, 3722111; 448607, 3722054; 448578, 
3722054; 448578, 3722026; 448607, 3722026; 448607, 3721997; 448607, 
3721884; 448578, 3721884; 448578, 3721487; 448635, 3721487; 448635, 
3721402; 448664, 3721402; 448664, 3721231; 448692, 3721231; 448692, 
3721175; 448720, 3721175; 448720, 3721146; 448692, 3721146; 448692, 
3721090; 448664, 3721090; 448664, 3720976; 448635, 3720976; 448635, 
3720948; 448607, 3720948; 448607, 3720863; 448578, 3720863; 448578, 
3720777; 448522, 3720777; 448522, 3720749; 448465, 3720749; 448465, 
3720721; 448437, 3720721; 448437, 3720664; 448408, 3720664; 448408, 
3720636; 448437, 3720636; 448437, 3720607; 448493, 3720607; 448493, 
3720579; 448465, 3720579; 448465, 3720551; 448437, 3720551; 448437, 
3720522; 448323, 3720522; 448323, 3720551; 448295, 3720551; 448295, 
3720522; 448266, 3720522; 448266, 3720465; 448238, 3720465; 448238, 
3720437; 448210, 3720437; 448210, 3720409; 448181, 3720409; 448181, 
3720324; 448153, 3720324; 448153, 3720295; 448124, 3720295; 448124, 
3720238; 448096, 3720238; 448096, 3720210; 448011, 3720210; 448011, 
3720182; 447983, 3720182; 447983, 3720068; 447954, 3720068; 447954, 
3719983; 447983, 3719983; 447983, 3719870; 447954, 3719870; 447954, 
3719813; 447926, 3719813; 447926, 3719728; 447898, 3719728; 447898, 
3719643; 447869, 3719643; 447869, 3719473; 447898, 3719473; 447898, 
3719416; 447869, 3719416; 447869, 3719331; 447841, 3719331; 447841, 
3719132; 447812, 3719132; 447812, 3718905; 447784, 3718905; 447784, 
3718678; 447841, 3718678; 447841, 3718621; 447812, 3718621; 447812, 
3718593; 447784, 3718593; 447784, 3718508; 447756, 3718508; 447756, 
3718480; 447727, 3718480; 447727, 3718253; 447699, 3718253; 447699, 
3717855; 447756, 3717855; 447756, 3717799; 447727, 3717799; 447727, 
3717770; 447671, 3717770; 447671, 3717600; 447642, 3717600; 447642, 
3717316; 447614, 3717316; 447614, 3717288; 447585, 3717288; 447585, 
3717260; 447614, 3717260; 447614, 3717203; 447585, 3717203; 447585, 
3717146; 447557, 3717146; 447557, 3717061; 447529, 3717061; 447529, 
3716834; 447500, 3716834; 447500, 3716551; 447472, 3716551; 447472, 
3716352; 447444, 3716352; 447444, 3716267; 447500, 3716267; 447500,

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3716295; 447529, 3716295; 447529, 3716324; 447557, 3716324; 447557, 
3716352; 447614, 3716352; 447614, 3716380; 447671, 3716380; 447671, 
3716409; 447756, 3716409; 447756, 3716380; 447727, 3716380; 447727, 
3716324; 447699, 3716324; 447699, 3716267; 447671, 3716267; 447671, 
3716238; 447642, 3716238; 447642, 3716210; 447614, 3716210; 447614, 
3716153; 447585, 3716153; 447585, 3716125; 447557, 3716125; 447557, 
3716097; 447529, 3716097; 447529, 3716068; 447500, 3716068; 447500, 
3715983; 447472, 3715983; 447472, 3715926; 447444, 3715926; 447444, 
3715898; 447472, 3715898; 447472, 3715813; 447500, 3715813; 447500, 
3715785; 447529, 3715785; 447529, 3715728; 447557, 3715728; 447557, 
3715710; 447160, 3715710; 447160, 3715728; 447132, 3715728; 447132, 
3715756; 447103, 3715756; 447103, 3715785; 447075, 3715785; 447075, 
3715813; 447103, 3715813; 447103, 3715898; 447046, 3715898; 447046, 
3716012; 447075, 3716012; 447075, 3716068; 447046, 3716068; 447046, 
3716097; 447075, 3716097; 447075, 3716182; 447103, 3716182; 447103, 
3716267; 447075, 3716267; 447075, 3716295; 447046, 3716295; 447046, 
3716324; 447103, 3716324; 447103, 3716352; 447132, 3716352; 447132, 
3716437; 447160, 3716437; 447160, 3716664; 447188, 3716664; 447188, 
3717061; 447217, 3717061; 447217, 3717146; 447188, 3717146; 447188, 
3717175; 447160, 3717175; 447160, 3717203; 447132, 3717203; 447132, 
3717260; 447160, 3717260; 447160, 3717288; 447132, 3717288; 447132, 
3717430; 447103, 3717430; 447103, 3717487; 447132, 3717487; 447132, 
3717515; 447160, 3717515; 447160, 3717487; 447188, 3717487; 447188, 
3717458; 447273, 3717458; 447273, 3717487; 447302, 3717487; 447302, 
3717629; 447273, 3717629; 447273, 3717714; 447302, 3717714; 447302, 
3717799; 447273, 3717799; 447273, 3717884; 447302, 3717884; 447302, 
3718168; 447273, 3718168; 447273, 3718196; 447245, 3718196; 447245, 
3718224; 447217, 3718224; 447217, 3718281; 447302, 3718281; 447302, 
3718253; 447359, 3718253; 447359, 3718281; 447415, 3718281; 447415, 
3718338; 447444, 3718338; 447444, 3718366; 447472, 3718366; 447472, 
3718394; 447500, 3718394; 447500, 3718480; 447529, 3718480; 447529, 
3718650; 447557, 3718650; 447557, 3718877; 447585, 3718877; 447585, 
3718934; 447557, 3718934; 447557, 3718962; 447529, 3718962; 447529, 
3718990; 447585, 3718990; 447585, 3719047; 447614, 3719047; 447614, 
3719104; 447585, 3719104; 447585, 3719132; 447614, 3719132; 447614, 
3719302; 447642, 3719302; 447642, 3719416; 447671, 3719416; 447671, 
3719643; 447699, 3719643; 447699, 3719728; 447727, 3719728; 447727, 
3720012; 447699, 3720012; 447699, 3720068; 447671, 3720068; returning 
to 447671, 3720125.
    (viii) Subunit 10b: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle map Santiago 
Peak, land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 443236, 
3722799; 443231, 3722788; 443185, 3722746; 443127, 3722747; 443085, 
3722768; 443067, 3722796; 443053, 3722858; 443052, 3722896; 443090, 
3722896; 443099, 3722835; 443114, 3722806; 443117, 3722806; 443117, 
3722805; 443120, 3722805; 443120, 3722806; 443131, 3722805; 443128, 
3722802; 443128, 3722799; 443143, 3722793; 443173, 3722792; 443198, 
3722813; 443198, 3722825; 443218, 3722844; 443223, 3722867; 443232, 
3722876; 443233, 3722907; 443223, 3722918; 443223, 3722926; 443253, 
3722926; 443253, 3722946; 443262, 3722956; 443283, 3722956; 443283, 
3722986; 443313, 3722986; 443313, 3723036; 443322, 3723044; 443322, 
3723046; 443343, 3723046; 443343, 3723076; 443368, 3723076; 443371, 
3723067; 443339, 3723002; 443314, 3722980; 443311, 3722950; 443308, 
3722945; 443274, 3722909; 443272, 3722871; 443258, 3722842; 443240, 
3722823; returning to 443236, 3722799.
    (ix) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 449163, 
3726106; 449163, 3726076; 449193, 3726076; 449193, 3725986; 449163, 
3725986; 449163, 3725956; 449133, 3725956; 449133, 3725896; 449013, 
3725896; 449013, 3725866; 448953, 3725866; 448953, 3725836; 448623, 
3725836; 448623, 3725806; 448563, 3725806; 448563, 3725776; 448473, 
3725776; 448473, 3725746; 448413, 3725746; 448413, 3725776; 448293, 
3725776; 448293, 3725686; 448263, 3725686; 448263, 3725656; 448233, 
3725656; 448233, 3725626; 448203, 3725626; 448203, 3725566; 448173, 
3725566; 448173, 3725536; 448143, 3725536; 448143, 3725506; 448113, 
3725506; 448113, 3725476; 448083, 3725476; 448083, 3725446; 448053, 
3725446; 448053, 3725416; 447933, 3725416; 447933, 3725386; 447873, 
3725386; 447873, 3725356; 447723, 3725356; 447723, 3725266; 447693, 
3725266; 447693, 3725236; 447663, 3725236; 447663, 3725206; 447633, 
3725206; 447633, 3725146; 447393, 3725146; 447393, 3725116; 447363, 
3725116; 447363, 3725086; 447303, 3725086; 447303, 3725056; 447243, 
3725056; 447243, 3725026; 447183, 3725026; 447183, 3724996; 447153, 
3724996; 447153, 3724966; 447123, 3724966; 447123, 3724936; 447093, 
3724936; 447093, 3724906; 447063, 3724906; 447063, 3724876; 447033, 
3724876; 447033, 3724846; 446973, 3724846; 446973, 3724816; 446913, 
3724816; 446913, 3724786; 446823, 3724786; 446823, 3724756; 446733, 
3724756; 446733, 3724726; 446703, 3724726; 446703, 3724696; 446691, 
3724696; 446673, 3724696; 446673, 3724666; 446613, 3724666; 446613, 
3724636; 446553, 3724636; 446553, 3724606; 446493, 3724606; 446493, 
3724576; 446433, 3724576; 446433, 3724546; 446343, 3724546; 446343, 
3724516; 446283, 3724516; 446283, 3724486; 445953, 3724486; 445953, 
3724456; 445900, 3724456; 445545, 3724573; 445541, 3724565; 445540, 
3724565; 445539, 3724566; 445538, 3724566; 445537, 3724566; 445536, 
3724567; 445535, 3724567; 445534, 3724567; 445533, 3724568; 445532, 
3724568; 445531, 3724568; 445530, 3724568; 445529, 3724569; 445528, 
3724569; 445526, 3724569; 445525, 3724569; 445524, 3724569; 445523, 
3724569; 445522, 3724569; 445521, 3724570; 445520, 3724570; 445519, 
3724570; 445518, 3724570; 445517, 3724570; 445516, 3724570; 445515, 
3724570; 445513, 3724570; 445512, 3724569; 445511, 3724569; 445510, 
3724569; 445509, 3724569; 445508, 3724569; 445507, 3724569; 445506, 
3724569; 445505, 3724568; 445504, 3724568; 445503, 3724568; 445502, 
3724568; 445501, 3724567; 445500, 3724567; 445499, 3724567; 445498, 
3724566; 445496, 3724566; 445495, 3724566; 445494, 3724565; 445489, 
3724563; 445487, 3724562; 445485, 3724562; 445483, 3724561; 445481, 
3724560; 445479, 3724560; 445477, 3724559; 445474, 3724558; 445472, 
3724558; 445470, 3724557; 445468, 3724557; 445466, 3724556; 445464, 
3724556; 445461, 3724556; 445459, 3724555; 445457, 3724555; 445455, 
3724555; 445452, 3724555; 445450, 3724555; 445448, 3724554; 445446, 
3724554; 445443, 3724554; 445441, 3724554; 445439, 3724554; 445437, 
3724554; 445435, 3724555; 445432, 3724555; 445430, 3724555; 445317, 
3724437; 445268, 3724447; 445205, 3724469; 445288, 3724575; 445280, 
3724575; 445272, 3724575; 445259, 3724573; 445243, 3724568; 445235, 
3724565; 445226, 3724560; 445213, 3724551; 445133, 3724480; 445174, 
3724434; 445157, 3724384; 445145, 3724398; 445137, 3724426; 445108, 
3724458; 445027, 3724385; 445007, 3724367; 444983, 3724345; 444903, 
3724267; 444895, 3724260; 444888,

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3724252; 444881, 3724245; 444873, 3724237; 444866, 3724229; 444854, 
3724214; 444830, 3724185; 444827, 3724180; 444823, 3724176; 444820, 
3724172; 444817, 3724168; 444814, 3724163; 444811, 3724159; 444808, 
3724154; 444805, 3724150; 444801, 3724142; 444789, 3724121; 444772, 
3724095; 444770, 3724092; 444769, 3724091; 444768, 3724089; 444766, 
3724087; 444765, 3724086; 444764, 3724084; 444762, 3724082; 444761, 
3724081; 444759, 3724079; 444758, 3724078; 444757, 3724076; 444755, 
3724074; 444754, 3724073; 444752, 3724072; 444750, 3724070; 444749, 
3724069; 444728, 3724051; 444698, 3724028; 444689, 3724021; 444685, 
3724017; 444681, 3724014; 444677, 3724010; 444673, 3724007; 444669, 
3724003; 444664, 3723999; 444658, 3723992; 444651, 3723986; 444647, 
3723982; 444643, 3723979; 444639, 3723975; 444635, 3723972; 444597, 
3723940; 444593, 3723938; 444590, 3723935; 444587, 3723932; 444584, 
3723929; 444581, 3723926; 444578, 3723923; 444575, 3723920; 444572, 
3723917; 444570, 3723914; 444567, 3723911; 444562, 3723905; 444548, 
3723887; 444542, 3723882; 444539, 3723879; 444538, 3723878; 444536, 
3723876; 444534, 3723875; 444533, 3723874; 444531, 3723872; 444529, 
3723871; 444528, 3723870; 444526, 3723868; 444524, 3723867; 444522, 
3723866; 444520, 3723865; 444519, 3723864; 444517, 3723862; 444515, 
3723861; 444513, 3723860; 444511, 3723859; 444508, 3723858; 444505, 
3723856; 444502, 3723855; 444499, 3723853; 444496, 3723852; 444493, 
3723851; 444490, 3723850; 444487, 3723849; 444484, 3723848; 444481, 
3723847; 444478, 3723846; 444475, 3723845; 444434, 3723833; 444432, 
3723832; 444431, 3723832; 444430, 3723832; 444429, 3723832; 444427, 
3723832; 444426, 3723831; 444425, 3723831; 444424, 3723831; 444423, 
3723831; 444422, 3723831; 444421, 3723831; 444420, 3723831; 444419, 
3723831; 444418, 3723831; 444417, 3723831; 444416, 3723831; 444415, 
3723831; 444414, 3723831; 444413, 3723831; 444412, 3723831; 444411, 
3723831; 444409, 3723831; 444408, 3723831; 444407, 3723831; 444406, 
3723832; 444405, 3723832; 444404, 3723832; 444403, 3723832; 444402, 
3723832; 444401, 3723833; 444400, 3723833; 444399, 3723833; 444398, 
3723834; 444397, 3723834; 444396, 3723834; 444395, 3723835; 444394, 
3723835; 444393, 3723835; 444392, 3723836; 444391, 3723836; 444390, 
3723837; 444389, 3723837; 444388, 3723838; 444387, 3723838; 444386, 
3723839; 444386, 3723839; 444385, 3723840; 444384, 3723840; 444383, 
3723841; 444382, 3723842; 444381, 3723842; 444380, 3723843; 444379, 
3723843; 444379, 3723844; 444378, 3723845; 444377, 3723846; 444376, 
3723846; 444375, 3723847; 444375, 3723848; 444374, 3723848; 444373, 
3723849; 444372, 3723850; 444372, 3723851; 444371, 3723852; 444333, 
3723895; 444332, 3723897; 444331, 3723898; 444330, 3723899; 444329, 
3723900; 444328, 3723902; 444327, 3723903; 444326, 3723904; 444325, 
3723906; 444324, 3723907; 444324, 3723908; 444323, 3723910; 444322, 
3723911; 444321, 3723913; 444321, 3723914; 444320, 3723915; 444319, 
3723917; 444318, 3723918; 444318, 3723920; 444317, 3723921; 444317, 
3723923; 444316, 3723924; 444316, 3723926; 444315, 3723927; 444315, 
3723929; 444314, 3723930; 444314, 3723932; 444313, 3723933; 444313, 
3723935; 444313, 3723937; 444313, 3723938; 444312, 3723940; 444312, 
3723941; 444312, 3723943; 444312, 3723944; 444311, 3723946; 444311, 
3723948; 444311, 3723949; 444311, 3723951; 444311, 3723952; 444311, 
3723954; 444311, 3723956; 444311, 3723957; 444311, 3723959; 444311, 
3723960; 444311, 3723962; 444311, 3723964; 444312, 3723965; 444312, 
3723967; 444312, 3723968; 444312, 3723970; 444313, 3723971; 444313, 
3723973; 444324, 3724025; 444324, 3724027; 444325, 3724030; 444325, 
3724032; 444325, 3724035; 444326, 3724038; 444326, 3724040; 444326, 
3724043; 444326, 3724046; 444327, 3724048; 444327, 3724051; 444327, 
3724054; 444327, 3724056; 444327, 3724059; 444327, 3724062; 444326, 
3724064; 444326, 3724066; 444333, 3724066; 444333, 3724096; 444363, 
3724096; 444363, 3724126; 444393, 3724126; 444393, 3724066; 444423, 
3724066; 444423, 3723946; 444483, 3723946; 444483, 3724006; 444543, 
3724006; 444543, 3724036; 444573, 3724036; 444573, 3724096; 444633, 
3724096; 444633, 3724066; 444663, 3724066; 444663, 3724096; 444723, 
3724096; 444723, 3724156; 444753, 3724156; 444753, 3724246; 444783, 
3724246; 444783, 3724276; 444843, 3724276; 444843, 3724336; 444873, 
3724336; 444873, 3724366; 444903, 3724366; 444903, 3724456; 444963, 
3724456; 444963, 3724426; 444993, 3724426; 444993, 3724456; 445023, 
3724456; 445023, 3724516; 445083, 3724516; 445083, 3724546; 445113, 
3724546; 445113, 3724576; 445143, 3724576; 445143, 3724606; 445203, 
3724606; 445203, 3724636; 445233, 3724636; 445233, 3724666; 445263, 
3724666; 445263, 3724876; 445293, 3724876; 445293, 3724936; 445323, 
3724936; 445323, 3724966; 445353, 3724966; 445353, 3724996; 445383, 
3724996; 445383, 3725026; 445413, 3725026; 445413, 3724786; 445383, 
3724786; 445383, 3724726; 445413, 3724726; 445413, 3724696; 445473, 
3724696; 445473, 3724726; 445533, 3724726; 445533, 3724756; 445563, 
3724756; 445563, 3724786; 445623, 3724786; 445623, 3724846; 445683, 
3724846; 445683, 3724876; 445713, 3724876; 445713, 3724936; 445743, 
3724936; 445743, 3724966; 445803, 3724966; 445803, 3724996; 445833, 
3724996; 445833, 3725026; 445863, 3725026; 445863, 3724816; 445953, 
3724816; 445953, 3724846; 445983, 3724846; 445983, 3724876; 446043, 
3724876; 446043, 3724906; 446103, 3724906; 446103, 3724936; 446133, 
3724936; 446133, 3724966; 446163, 3724966; 446163, 3725056; 446193, 
3725056; 446193, 3725146; 446223, 3725146; 446223, 3725176; 446253, 
3725176; 446253, 3725146; 446283, 3725146; 446283, 3725176; 446343, 
3725176; 446343, 3725206; 446403, 3725206; 446403, 3725146; 446373, 
3725146; 446373, 3725086; 446343, 3725086; 446343, 3724966; 446493, 
3724966; 446493, 3724996; 446553, 3724996; 446553, 3725026; 446583, 
3725026; 446583, 3725056; 446613, 3725056; 446613, 3725086; 446643, 
3725086; 446643, 3725146; 446673, 3725146; 446673, 3725176; 446733, 
3725176; 446733, 3725206; 446763, 3725206; 446763, 3725236; 446823, 
3725236; 446823, 3725266; 446883, 3725266; 446883, 3725326; 446973, 
3725326; 446973, 3725356; 447003, 3725356; 447003, 3725386; 447063, 
3725386; 447063, 3725416; 447123, 3725416; 447123, 3725446; 447153, 
3725446; 447153, 3725476; 447213, 3725476; 447213, 3725506; 447303, 
3725506; 447303, 3725536; 447333, 3725536; 447333, 3725596; 447483, 
3725596; 447483, 3725626; 447543, 3725626; 447543, 3725656; 447603, 
3725656; 447603, 3725686; 447633, 3725686; 447633, 3725716; 447693, 
3725716; 447693, 3725746; 447783, 3725746; 447783, 3725776; 447933, 
3725776; 447933, 3725806; 447963, 3725806; 447963, 3725836; 447993, 
3725836; 447993, 3725866; 448023, 3725866; 448023, 3725896; 448053, 
3725896; 448053, 3725926; 448113, 3725926; 448113, 3725956; 448143, 
3725956; 448143, 3725986; 448203, 3725986; 448203, 3726016; 448233, 
3726016; 448233, 3725986; 448263, 3725986; 448263, 3725956; 448413, 
3725956; 448413, 3725926; 448503, 3725926; 448503, 3725956; 448563,

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3725956; 448563, 3725986; 448653, 3725986; 448653, 3725956; 448893, 
3725956; 448893, 3725986; 448953, 3725986; 448953, 3726016; 449013, 
3726016; 449013, 3726046; 449073, 3726046; 449073, 3726076; 449103, 
3726076; 449103, 3726106; 449133, 3726106; 449133, 3726196; 449163, 
3726196; returning to 449163, 3726106.
    (x) Note: Map of Unit 10 is provided at paragraph (13)(v) of this 
entry.
    (16) Unit 11: San Mateo Basin, Orange, Riverside, and San Diego 
Counties, California.
    (i) Subunit 11a: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle map San Clemente, 
land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 449613, 3702046; 
449583, 3702046; 449583, 3702076; 449613, 3702076; returning to 449613, 
3702046.
    (ii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 449613, 
3702046; 449703, 3702046; 449703, 3702016; 449733, 3702016; 449733, 
3702046; 449823, 3702046; 449823, 3702076; 449853, 3702076; 449853, 
3702196; 449913, 3702196; 449913, 3702166; 450033, 3702166; 450033, 
3702196; 450093, 3702196; 450093, 3702256; 450153, 3702256; 450153, 
3702286; 450213, 3702286; 450213, 3702316; 450243, 3702316; 450243, 
3702346; 450273, 3702346; 450273, 3702436; 450243, 3702436; 450243, 
3702466; 450303, 3702466; 450303, 3702496; 450393, 3702496; 450393, 
3702466; 450423, 3702466; 450423, 3702496; 450483, 3702496; 450483, 
3702526; 450513, 3702526; 450513, 3702556; 450603, 3702556; 450603, 
3702586; 450633, 3702586; 450633, 3702646; 450663, 3702646; 450663, 
3702616; 450753, 3702616; 450753, 3702646; 450813, 3702646; 450813, 
3702676; 450933, 3702676; 450933, 3702706; 450963, 3702706; 450963, 
3702736; 451083, 3702736; 451083, 3702766; 451203, 3702766; 451203, 
3702796; 451263, 3702796; 451263, 3702826; 451293, 3702826; 451293, 
3702796; 451323, 3702796; 451323, 3702826; 451383, 3702826; 451383, 
3702856; 451413, 3702856; 451413, 3702886; 451473, 3702886; 451473, 
3702916; 451533, 3702916; 451533, 3702976; 451563, 3702976; 451563, 
3703006; 451743, 3703006; 451743, 3703036; 451818, 3703036; 450584, 
3702286; 450513, 3702286; 450513, 3702256; 450453, 3702256; 450453, 
3702226; 450423, 3702226; 450423, 3702188; 449917, 3701885; 449865, 
3701873; 448313, 3701517; 448318, 3701806; 448320, 3701805; 448504, 
3701735; 448596, 3701741; 448628, 3701756; 448657, 3701771; 448701, 
3701806; 448773, 3701806; 448773, 3701776; 448803, 3701776; 448803, 
3701806; 448953, 3701806; 448953, 3701836; 448983, 3701836; 448983, 
3701806; 449163, 3701806; 449163, 3701836; 449223, 3701836; 449223, 
3701806; 449313, 3701806; 449313, 3701836; 449343, 3701836; 449343, 
3701866; 449433, 3701866; 449433, 3701896; 449463, 3701896; 449463, 
3701926; 449523, 3701926; 449523, 3701956; 449613, 3701956; returning 
to 449613, 3702046.
    (iii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 452685, 
3703768; 452686, 3703564; 451833, 3703045; 451833, 3703096; 451863, 
3703096; 451863, 3703126; 451893, 3703126; 451893, 3703156; 451923, 
3703156; 451923, 3703216; 451953, 3703216; 451953, 3703246; 451983, 
3703246; 451983, 3703306; 452013, 3703306; 452013, 3703276; 452073, 
3703276; 452073, 3703306; 452103, 3703306; 452103, 3703426; 452223, 
3703426; 452223, 3703456; 452253, 3703456; 452253, 3703486; 452283, 
3703486; 452283, 3703636; 452313, 3703636; 452313, 3703696; 452343, 
3703696; 452343, 3703636; 452433, 3703636; 452433, 3703666; 452463, 
3703666; 452463, 3703696; 452493, 3703696; 452493, 3703816; 452553, 
3703816; 452553, 3703786; 452583, 3703786; 452583, 3703756; 452613, 
3703756; 452613, 3703786; 452643, 3703786; 452643, 3703816; 452673, 
3703816; 452673, 3703876; 452684, 3703876; returning to 452685, 
3703768.
    (iv) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 451503, 
3705316; 451503, 3705346; 451533, 3705346; 451533, 3705316; returning 
to 451503, 3705316.
    (v) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 451503, 
3705316; 451503, 3705166; 451473, 3705166; 451473, 3705136; 451443, 
3705136; 451443, 3705046; 451413, 3705046; 451413, 3705016; 451383, 
3705016; 451383, 3704926; 451413, 3704926; 451413, 3704896; 451443, 
3704896; 451443, 3704836; 451383, 3704836; 451383, 3704866; 451323, 
3704866; 451323, 3704776; 451263, 3704776; 451263, 3704746; 451233, 
3704746; 451233, 3704686; 451203, 3704686; 451203, 3704656; 451053, 
3704656; 451053, 3704626; 450993, 3704626; 450993, 3704566; 450813, 
3704566; 450813, 3704536; 450753, 3704536; 450753, 3704506; 450723, 
3704506; 450723, 3704536; 450483, 3704536; 450483, 3704506; 450423, 
3704506; 450423, 3704476; 450393, 3704476; 450393, 3704536; 450333, 
3704536; 450333, 3704566; 450273, 3704566; 450273, 3704596; 450153, 
3704596; 450153, 3704626; 450033, 3704626; 450033, 3704596; 450003, 
3704596; 450003, 3704566; 449973, 3704566; 449973, 3704536; 449943, 
3704536; 449943, 3704476; 449913, 3704476; 449913, 3704446; 449883, 
3704446; 449883, 3704416; 449763, 3704416; 449763, 3704386; 449703, 
3704386; 449703, 3704356; 449673, 3704356; 449673, 3704326; 449613, 
3704326; 449613, 3704296; 449583, 3704296; 449583, 3704266; 449553, 
3704266; 449553, 3704236; 449523, 3704236; 449523, 3704206; 449493, 
3704206; 449493, 3704176; 449433, 3704176; 449433, 3704146; 449403, 
3704146; 449403, 3704116; 449343, 3704116; 449343, 3704086; 449283, 
3704086; 449283, 3704056; 449253, 3704056; 449253, 3704026; 449223, 
3704026; 449223, 3703906; 449163, 3703906; 449163, 3703876; 449073, 
3703876; 449073, 3703846; 449043, 3703846; 449043, 3703742; 449037, 
3703740; 449021, 3703726; 448893, 3703726; 448893, 3703696; 448863, 
3703696; 448863, 3703666; 448833, 3703666; 448833, 3703646; 448818, 
3703644; 448808, 3703636; 448803, 3703636; 448803, 3703631; 448776, 
3703606; 448743, 3703606; 448743, 3703580; 448738, 3703576; 448683, 
3703576; 448683, 3703546; 448653, 3703546; 448653, 3703516; 448593, 
3703516; 448593, 3703486; 448503, 3703486; 448503, 3703456; 448473, 
3703456; 448473, 3703426; 448443, 3703426; 448443, 3703396; 448353, 
3703396; 448353, 3703366; 448203, 3703366; 448203, 3703336; 448143, 
3703336; 448143, 3703281; 448143, 3703281; 448025, 3703185; 448021, 
3703182; 448017, 3703179; 448014, 3703176; 448006, 3703169; 447991, 
3703157; 447987, 3703154; 447983, 3703152; 447979, 3703149; 447968, 
3703140; 447956, 3703132; 447948, 3703126; 447944, 3703124; 447940, 
3703121; 447935, 3703119; 447931, 3703116; 447927, 3703113; 447923, 
3703111; 447919, 3703108; 447915, 3703106; 447911, 3703103; 447906, 
3703101; 447902, 3703099; 447898, 3703096; 447885, 3703089; 447881, 
3703087; 447876, 3703084; 447873, 3703083; 447873, 3703096; 447843, 
3703096; 447843, 3703126; 447603, 3703126; 447603, 3703096; 447573, 
3703096; 447573, 3703066; 447543, 3703066; 447543, 3703036; 447483, 
3703036; 447483, 3703006; 447453, 3703006; 447453, 3702976; 447423, 
3702976; 447423, 3702796; 447393, 3702796; 447393, 3702766; 447363, 
3702766; 447363, 3702706; 447333, 3702706; 447333, 3702646; 447363, 
3702646; 447363, 3702586; 447333, 3702586; 447333, 3702526; 447303, 
3702526; 447303, 3702316; 447309, 3702316; 447309, 3702315; 447310, 
3702312; 447310, 3702309; 447310,

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3702307; 447311, 3702304; 447311, 3702302; 447311, 3702299; 447312, 
3702297; 447312, 3702294; 447313, 3702292; 447313, 3702289; 447314, 
3702287; 447314, 3702284; 447315, 3702282; 447316, 3702279; 447316, 
3702277; 447321, 3702238; 447322, 3702179; 447310, 3702120; 447280, 
3702060; 447269, 3702013; 447264, 3701961; 447266, 3701919; 447273, 
3701877; 447273, 3701866; 447275, 3701866; 447283, 3701816; 446936, 
3701818; 446935, 3701833; 446809, 3701877; 446763, 3701876; 446763, 
3701896; 446733, 3701896; 446733, 3701956; 446673, 3701956; 446673, 
3701986; 446763, 3701986; 446763, 3702016; 446793, 3702016; 446793, 
3702046; 446823, 3702046; 446823, 3702136; 446853, 3702136; 446853, 
3702196; 446883, 3702196; 446883, 3702286; 446853, 3702286; 446853, 
3702316; 446823, 3702316; 446823, 3702331; 446825, 3702332; 446912, 
3702538; 446823, 3702586; 446823, 3702593; 446919, 3702557; 446919, 
3702610; 446919, 3702610; 446919, 3702610; 446920, 3702704; 447013, 
3702695; 447015, 3702705; 447016, 3702705; 447018, 3702716; 447020, 
3702726; 447023, 3702736; 447026, 3702747; 447029, 3702757; 447032, 
3702767; 447036, 3702778; 447038, 3702785; 447058, 3702839; 446943, 
3702850; 446943, 3702886; 446973, 3702886; 446973, 3702916; 447003, 
3702916; 447003, 3702946; 447033, 3702946; 447033, 3702975; 447043, 
3702975; 447083, 3703066; 447093, 3703066; 447093, 3703089; 447123, 
3703156; 447123, 3703156; 447123, 3703157; 447129, 3703170; 447173, 
3703176; 447181, 3703178; 447195, 3703180; 447207, 3703198; 447219, 
3703216; 447230, 3703232; 447231, 3703233; 447231, 3703234; 447231, 
3703234; 447244, 3703252; 447257, 3703268; 447258, 3703270; 447271, 
3703287; 447284, 3703303; 447511, 3703579; 447709, 3704204; 447666, 
3704343; 447663, 3704356; 447663, 3704446; 447693, 3704446; 447693, 
3704416; 447723, 3704416; 447723, 3704386; 447753, 3704386; 447753, 
3704356; 447783, 3704356; 447783, 3704236; 447813, 3704236; 447813, 
3704206; 447843, 3704206; 447843, 3704176; 447933, 3704176; 447933, 
3704116; 447903, 3704116; 447903, 3704086; 447873, 3704086; 447873, 
3704026; 447843, 3704026; 447843, 3703996; 447873, 3703996; 447873, 
3703786; 447993, 3703786; 447993, 3703756; 448053, 3703756; 448053, 
3703786; 448143, 3703786; 448143, 3703816; 448263, 3703816; 448263, 
3703846; 448323, 3703846; 448323, 3703876; 448383, 3703876; 448383, 
3703906; 448413, 3703906; 448413, 3703936; 448443, 3703936; 448443, 
3703966; 448473, 3703966; 448473, 3704056; 448623, 3704056; 448623, 
3704086; 448653, 3704086; 448653, 3704056; 448683, 3704056; 448683, 
3704116; 448713, 3704116; 448713, 3704146; 448743, 3704146; 448743, 
3704206; 448773, 3704206; 448773, 3704266; 448803, 3704266; 448803, 
3704326; 448773, 3704326; 448773, 3704390; 448780, 3704380; 448783, 
3704372; 448793, 3704377; 448831, 3704407; 448818, 3704425; 448818, 
3704425; 448818, 3704425; 448818, 3704426; 448818, 3704426; 448818, 
3704427; 448813, 3704446; 448815, 3704446; 448820, 3704427; 448820, 
3704427; 448820, 3704427; 448820, 3704427; 448820, 3704427; 448820, 
3704427; 448820, 3704427; 448820, 3704427; 448834, 3704409; 448858, 
3704427; 448863, 3704433; 448863, 3704416; 448893, 3704416; 448893, 
3704356; 448923, 3704356; 448923, 3704326; 448953, 3704326; 448953, 
3704296; 449133, 3704296; 449133, 3704326; 449163, 3704326; 449163, 
3704356; 449193, 3704356; 449193, 3704386; 449223, 3704386; 449223, 
3704446; 449283, 3704446; 449283, 3704476; 449313, 3704476; 449313, 
3704506; 449343, 3704506; 449343, 3704536; 449373, 3704536; 449373, 
3704566; 449403, 3704566; 449403, 3704596; 449433, 3704596; 449433, 
3704626; 449463, 3704626; 449463, 3704596; 449553, 3704596; 449553, 
3704626; 449583, 3704626; 449583, 3704656; 449613, 3704656; 449613, 
3704686; 449703, 3704686; 449703, 3704716; 449733, 3704716; 449733, 
3704746; 449763, 3704746; 449763, 3704866; 449823, 3704866; 449823, 
3704896; 449883, 3704896; 449883, 3704986; 449913, 3704986; 449913, 
3705046; 449973, 3705046; 449973, 3705016; 450003, 3705016; 450003, 
3704986; 450093, 3704986; 450093, 3705016; 450213, 3705016; 450213, 
3705046; 450243, 3705046; 450243, 3705136; 450273, 3705136; 450273, 
3705346; 450303, 3705346; 450303, 3705496; 450273, 3705496; 450273, 
3705556; 450243, 3705556; 450243, 3705856; 450273, 3705856; 450273, 
3705916; 450303, 3705916; 450303, 3706006; 450363, 3706006; 450363, 
3706066; 450393, 3706066; 450393, 3706096; 450423, 3706096; 450423, 
3706156; 450453, 3706156; 450453, 3706216; 450483, 3706216; 450483, 
3706246; 450513, 3706246; 450513, 3706366; 450543, 3706366; 450543, 
3706396; 450573, 3706396; 450573, 3706366; 450603, 3706366; 450603, 
3706126; 450573, 3706126; 450573, 3705976; 450543, 3705976; 450543, 
3705946; 450753, 3705946; 450753, 3705916; 450723, 3705916; 450723, 
3705886; 450693, 3705886; 450693, 3705856; 450663, 3705856; 450663, 
3705826; 450633, 3705826; 450633, 3705706; 450603, 3705706; 450603, 
3705646; 450573, 3705646; 450573, 3705616; 450603, 3705616; 450603, 
3705586; 450633, 3705586; 450633, 3705526; 450603, 3705526; 450603, 
3705496; 450573, 3705496; 450573, 3705436; 450603, 3705436; 450603, 
3705406; 450573, 3705406; 450573, 3705346; 450543, 3705346; 450543, 
3705226; 450573, 3705226; 450573, 3705166; 450543, 3705166; 450543, 
3705106; 450573, 3705106; 450573, 3705046; 450543, 3705046; 450543, 
3704986; 450513, 3704986; 450513, 3704956; 450483, 3704956; 450483, 
3704926; 450453, 3704926; 450453, 3704896; 450423, 3704896; 450423, 
3704866; 450393, 3704866; 450393, 3704806; 450423, 3704806; 450423, 
3704776; 450453, 3704776; 450453, 3704806; 450513, 3704806; 450513, 
3704836; 450603, 3704836; 450603, 3704866; 450633, 3704866; 450633, 
3704836; 450693, 3704836; 450693, 3704866; 450723, 3704866; 450723, 
3704896; 450843, 3704896; 450843, 3704926; 450933, 3704926; 450933, 
3704956; 450963, 3704956; 450963, 3704986; 451023, 3704986; 451023, 
3705016; 451053, 3705016; 451053, 3705046; 451083, 3705046; 451083, 
3705016; 451113, 3705016; 451113, 3705046; 451143, 3705046; 451143, 
3705016; 451173, 3705016; 451173, 3705046; 451203, 3705046; 451203, 
3705076; 451233, 3705076; 451233, 3705136; 451263, 3705136; 451263, 
3705166; 451323, 3705166; 451323, 3705196; 451353, 3705196; 451353, 
3705226; 451383, 3705226; 451383, 3705256; 451443, 3705256; 451443, 
3705286; 451473, 3705286; 451473, 3705316; returning to 451503, 
3705316.
    (vi) Subunit 11b: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle map Margarita Peak, 
land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 455883, 3703636; 
455883, 3703606; 455943, 3703606; 455943, 3703592; 455790, 3703594; 
455792, 3703606; 455853, 3703606; 455853, 3703636; returning to 455883, 
3703636.
    (vii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 467274, 
3712323; 467274, 3712352; 467302, 3712352; 467302, 3712323; returning 
to 467274, 3712323;
    (viii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 
467274, 3712323; 467274, 3712267; 467245, 3712267; 467245, 3712238; 
467217, 3712238; 467217, 3712210; 467188, 3712210; 467188, 3712182; 
467160, 3712182; 467160, 3712153; 467132,

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3712153; 467132, 3712096; 467160, 3712096; 467160, 3712068; 467188, 
3712068; 467188, 3712040; 467217, 3712040; 467217, 3711983; 467245, 
3711983; 467245, 3711926; 467274, 3711926; 467274, 3711898; 467188, 
3711898; 467188, 3711926; 467160, 3711926; 467160, 3711955; 467047, 
3711955; 467047, 3711926; 467018, 3711926; 467018, 3711898; 466990, 
3711898; 466990, 3711870; 466961, 3711870; 466961, 3711841; 466848, 
3711841; 466848, 3711870; 466706, 3711870; 466706, 3711813; 466678, 
3711813; 466678, 3711756; 466564, 3711756; 466564, 3711784; 466536, 
3711784; 466536, 3711813; 466508, 3711813; 466508, 3711841; 466479, 
3711841; 466479, 3711870; 466196, 3711870; 466196, 3711898; 466082, 
3711898; 466082, 3711870; 466025, 3711870; 466025, 3711841; 465969, 
3711841; 465969, 3711870; 465770, 3711870; 465770, 3711841; 465742, 
3711841; 465742, 3711784; 465713, 3711784; 465713, 3711841; 465628, 
3711841; 465628, 3711870; 465600, 3711870; 465600, 3711955; 465571, 
3711955; 465571, 3711983; 465373, 3711983; 465373, 3711955; 465344, 
3711955; 465344, 3711926; 465288, 3711926; 465288, 3711955; 465259, 
3711955; 465259, 3711983; 465231, 3711983; 465231, 3711955; 465203, 
3711955; 465203, 3711983; 465174, 3711983; 465174, 3712011; 465117, 
3712011; 465117, 3712096; 465089, 3712096; 465089, 3712068; 465061, 
3712068; 465061, 3712040; 465004, 3712040; 465004, 3712011; 464919, 
3712011; 464919, 3712040; 464834, 3712040; 464834, 3712068; 464777, 
3712068; 464777, 3712096; 464607, 3712096; 464607, 3712068; 464578, 
3712068; 464578, 3712096; 464522, 3712096; 464522, 3712125; 464465, 
3712125; 464465, 3712153; 464437, 3712153; 464437, 3712210; 464408, 
3712210; 464408, 3712238; 464380, 3712238; 464380, 3712267; 464352, 
3712267; 464352, 3712323; 464323, 3712323; 464323, 3712352; 464295, 
3712352; 464295, 3712380; 464181, 3712380; 464181, 3712409; 464125, 
3712409; 464125, 3712380; 464039, 3712380; 464039, 3712409; 464011, 
3712409; 464011, 3712437; 463954, 3712437; 463954, 3712465; 463898, 
3712465; 463898, 3712437; 463756, 3712437; 463756, 3712409; 463671, 
3712409; 463671, 3712380; 463586, 3712380; 463586, 3712352; 463557, 
3712352; 463557, 3712323; 463529, 3712323; 463529, 3712267; 463500, 
3712267; 463500, 3712210; 463472, 3712210; 463472, 3712182; 463387, 
3712182; 463387, 3712153; 463330, 3712153; 463330, 3712125; 463302, 
3712125; 463302, 3712068; 463274, 3712068; 463274, 3712011; 463245, 
3712011; 463245, 3711955; 463274, 3711955; 463274, 3711756; 463245, 
3711756; 463245, 3711699; 463217, 3711699; 463217, 3711529; 463188, 
3711529; 463188, 3711444; 463160, 3711444; 463160, 3711330; 463132, 
3711330; 463132, 3711302; 463103, 3711302; 463103, 3711189; 463075, 
3711189; 463075, 3711104; 463047, 3711104; 463047, 3711047; 463018, 
3711047; 463018, 3710990; 462990, 3710990; 462990, 3710962; 462848, 
3710962; 462848, 3710933; 462820, 3710933; 462820, 3710791; 462791, 
3710791; 462791, 3710706; 462763, 3710706; 462763, 3710791; 462678, 
3710791; 462678, 3710763; 462564, 3710763; 462564, 3710706; 462536, 
3710706; 462536, 3710593; 462564, 3710593; 462564, 3710565; 462564, 
3710536; 462536, 3710536; 462536, 3710451; 462508, 3710451; 462508, 
3710423; 462394, 3710423; 462394, 3710366; 462337, 3710366; 462337, 
3710309; 462309, 3710309; 462309, 3710281; 462337, 3710281; 462337, 
3710252; 462252, 3710252; 462252, 3710196; 462224, 3710196; 462224, 
3710167; 462195, 3710167; 462195, 3710139; 462167, 3710139; 462167, 
3710111; 462139, 3710111; 462139, 3710082; 462110, 3710082; 462110, 
3710054; 462082, 3710054; 462082, 3709997; 462110, 3709997; 462110, 
3709940; 462139, 3709940; 462139, 3709884; 462167, 3709884; 462167, 
3709855; 462195, 3709855; 462195, 3709827; 462224, 3709827; 462224, 
3709770; 462195, 3709770; 462195, 3709799; 462110, 3709799; 462110, 
3709827; 462082, 3709827; 462082, 3709855; 462054, 3709855; 462054, 
3709884; 462025, 3709884; 462025, 3709912; 461997, 3709912; 461997, 
3709940; 461969, 3709940; 461969, 3709997; 461940, 3709997; 461940, 
3710026; 461883, 3710026; 461883, 3710054; 461798, 3710054; 461798, 
3710082; 461770, 3710082; 461770, 3710111; 461742, 3710111; 461742, 
3710139; 461713, 3710139; 461713, 3710167; 461685, 3710167; 461685, 
3710196; 461628, 3710196; 461628, 3710224; 461486, 3710224; 461486, 
3710196; 461458, 3710196; 461458, 3710167; 461401, 3710167; 461401, 
3710111; 461373, 3710111; 461373, 3710026; 461344, 3710026; 461344, 
3709997; 461259, 3709997; 461259, 3709969; 461203, 3709969; 461203, 
3709940; 461174, 3709940; 461174, 3709912; 461146, 3709912; 461146, 
3709884; 461117, 3709884; 461117, 3709912; 461089, 3709912; 461089, 
3709940; 461004, 3709940; 461004, 3709969; 460976, 3709969; 460976, 
3709997; 460947, 3709997; 460947, 3710026; 460862, 3710026; 460862, 
3709997; 460834, 3709997; 460834, 3709969; 460834, 3709940; 460862, 
3709940; 460862, 3709855; 460834, 3709855; 460834, 3709827; 460805, 
3709827; 460805, 3709799; 460777, 3709799; 460777, 3709742; 460749, 
3709742; 460749, 3709713; 460720, 3709713; 460720, 3709685; 460635, 
3709685; 460635, 3709657; 460607, 3709657; 460607, 3709628; 460578, 
3709628; 460578, 3709572; 460550, 3709572; 460550, 3709515; 460493, 
3709515; 460493, 3709430; 460522, 3709430; 460522, 3709345; 460550, 
3709345; 460550, 3709316; 460578, 3709316; 460578, 3709260; 460720, 
3709260; 460720, 3709231; 460692, 3709231; 460692, 3709203; 460664, 
3709203; 460664, 3709174; 460635, 3709174; 460635, 3709146; 460578, 
3709146; 460578, 3709118; 460522, 3709118; 460522, 3709089; 460465, 
3709089; 460465, 3709061; 460408, 3709061; 460408, 3709033; 460380, 
3709033; 460380, 3709004; 460352, 3709004; 460352, 3708976; 460323, 
3708976; 460323, 3708947; 460266, 3708947; 460266, 3708919; 460238, 
3708919; 460238, 3708891; 460210, 3708891; 460210, 3708862; 460181, 
3708862; 460181, 3708834; 460125, 3708834; 460125, 3708806; 460011, 
3708806; 460011, 3708777; 459841, 3708777; 459841, 3708806; 459756, 
3708806; 459756, 3708834; 459699, 3708834; 459699, 3708806; 459671, 
3708806; 459671, 3708777; 459642, 3708777; 459642, 3708635; 459614, 
3708635; 459614, 3708607; 459586, 3708607; 459586, 3708408; 459472, 
3708408; 459472, 3708380; 459302, 3708380; 459302, 3708408; 459273, 
3708408; 459273, 3708437; 459245, 3708437; 459245, 3708465; 459217, 
3708465; 459217, 3708522; 459188, 3708522; 459188, 3708607; 459160, 
3708607; 459160, 3708579; 459132, 3708579; 459132, 3708494; 459103, 
3708494; 459103, 3708323; 459075, 3708323; 459075, 3708238; 459047, 
3708238; 459047, 3708182; 458990, 3708182; 458990, 3708153; 458961, 
3708153; 458961, 3708125; 458933, 3708125; 458933, 3708096; 458876, 
3708096; 458876, 3708068; 458848, 3708068; 458848, 3708040; 458734, 
3708040; 458734, 3707983; 458706, 3707983; 458706, 3707926; 458678, 
3707926; 458678, 3707869; 458649, 3707869; 458649, 3707813; 458621, 
3707813; 458621, 3707756; 458593, 3707756; 458593, 3707728; 458564, 
3707728; 458564, 3707699; 458536, 3707699; 458536, 3707671; 458508, 
3707671; 458508, 3707643; 458451, 3707643; 458451, 3707614; 458422,

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3707614; 458422, 3707472; 458451, 3707472; 458451, 3707302; 458479, 
3707302; 458479, 3707245; 458422, 3707245; 458422, 3707217; 458394, 
3707217; 458394, 3707189; 458366, 3707189; 458366, 3707160; 458337, 
3707160; 458337, 3707104; 458309, 3707104; 458309, 3706990; 458281, 
3706990; 458281, 3706962; 458252, 3706962; 458252, 3706820; 458281, 
3706820; 458281, 3706763; 458252, 3706763; 458252, 3706706; 458224, 
3706706; 458224, 3706678; 458195, 3706678; 458195, 3706650; 458167, 
3706650; 458167, 3706593; 458139, 3706593; 458139, 3706565; 458110, 
3706565; 458110, 3706536; 458082, 3706536; 458082, 3706338; 458110, 
3706338; 458110, 3706281; 458139, 3706281; 458139, 3706139; 458167, 
3706139; 458167, 3706082; 458110, 3706082; 458110, 3706054; 458082, 
3706054; 458082, 3706025; 458054, 3706025; 458054, 3705997; 457997, 
3705997; 457997, 3705969; 457969, 3705969; 457969, 3705940; 457883, 
3705940; 457883, 3705912; 457827, 3705912; 457827, 3705855; 457798, 
3705855; 457798, 3705827; 457770, 3705827; 457770, 3705799; 457742, 
3705799; 457742, 3705770; 457656, 3705770; 457656, 3705742; 457628, 
3705742; 457628, 3705685; 457600, 3705685; 457600, 3705486; 457571, 
3705486; 457571, 3705430; 457543, 3705430; 457543, 3705373; 457515, 
3705373; 457515, 3705345; 457486, 3705345; 457486, 3705316; 457401, 
3705316; 457401, 3705288; 457373, 3705288; 457373, 3705033; 457430, 
3705033; 457430, 3705004; 457486, 3705004; 457486, 3704976; 457515, 
3704976; 457515, 3704834; 457543, 3704834; 457543, 3704607; 457486, 
3704607; 457486, 3704465; 457458, 3704465; 457458, 3704437; 457430, 
3704437; 457430, 3704408; 457401, 3704408; 457401, 3704380; 457344, 
3704380; 457344, 3704352; 457288, 3704352; 457288, 3704380; 457231, 
3704380; 457231, 3704408; 457117, 3704408; 457117, 3704386; 457143, 
3704386; 457143, 3704236; 457173, 3704236; 457173, 3704206; 457143, 
3704206; 457143, 3704176; 457115, 3704176; 456735, 3704311; 456699, 
3704161; 456732, 3703919; 456561, 3703832; 456349, 3703587; 456003, 
3703591; 456003, 3703606; 456243, 3703606; 456243, 3703636; 456303, 
3703636; 456303, 3703666; 456333, 3703666; 456333, 3703696; 456363, 
3703696; 456363, 3703726; 456393, 3703726; 456393, 3703756; 456423, 
3703756; 456423, 3703816; 456453, 3703816; 456453, 3703846; 456483, 
3703846; 456483, 3703876; 456513, 3703876; 456513, 3703906; 456543, 
3703906; 456543, 3703936; 456633, 3703936; 456633, 3703996; 456603, 
3703996; 456603, 3704056; 456633, 3704056; 456633, 3704266; 456663, 
3704266; 456663, 3704296; 456723, 3704296; 456723, 3704326; 456813, 
3704326; 456813, 3704296; 456873, 3704296; 456873, 3704266; 457023, 
3704266; 457023, 3704296; 456993, 3704296; 456993, 3704326; 456963, 
3704326; 456963, 3704446; 456993, 3704446; 456993, 3704506; 457004, 
3704506; 457004, 3704522; 457231, 3704522; 457231, 3704494; 457316, 
3704494; 457316, 3704465; 457344, 3704465; 457344, 3704494; 457373, 
3704494; 457373, 3704664; 457401, 3704664; 457401, 3704721; 457344, 
3704721; 457344, 3704834; 457373, 3704834; 457373, 3704891; 457344, 
3704891; 457344, 3704919; 457316, 3704919; 457316, 3704947; 457259, 
3704947; 457259, 3705004; 457231, 3705004; 457231, 3705146; 457259, 
3705146; 457259, 3705174; 457231, 3705174; 457231, 3705288; 457259, 
3705288; 457259, 3705373; 457316, 3705373; 457316, 3705401; 457344, 
3705401; 457344, 3705430; 457430, 3705430; 457430, 3705458; 457458, 
3705458; 457458, 3705543; 457486, 3705543; 457486, 3705572; 457458, 
3705572; 457458, 3705628; 457458, 3705657; 457486, 3705657; 457486, 
3705770; 457515, 3705770; 457515, 3705827; 457543, 3705827; 457543, 
3705884; 457571, 3705884; 457571, 3705940; 457600, 3705940; 457600, 
3705969; 457628, 3705969; 457628, 3705997; 457656, 3705997; 457656, 
3706054; 457742, 3706054; 457742, 3706082; 457827, 3706082; 457827, 
3706111; 457855, 3706111; 457855, 3706139; 457883, 3706139; 457883, 
3706196; 457969, 3706196; 457969, 3706224; 457940, 3706224; 457940, 
3706281; 457912, 3706281; 457912, 3706536; 457940, 3706536; 457940, 
3706565; 457969, 3706565; 457969, 3706621; 457997, 3706621; 457997, 
3706706; 458082, 3706706; 458082, 3706848; 458054, 3706848; 458054, 
3706905; 458025, 3706905; 458025, 3706933; 458082, 3706933; 458082, 
3707047; 458054, 3707047; 458054, 3707075; 458082, 3707075; 458082, 
3707104; 458110, 3707104; 458110, 3707132; 458139, 3707132; 458139, 
3707160; 458167, 3707160; 458167, 3707189; 458195, 3707189; 458195, 
3707217; 458224, 3707217; 458224, 3707245; 458252, 3707245; 458252, 
3707274; 458281, 3707274; 458281, 3707302; 458309, 3707302; 458309, 
3707330; 458337, 3707330; 458337, 3707444; 458309, 3707444; 458309, 
3707614; 458337, 3707614; 458337, 3707671; 458309, 3707671; 458309, 
3707728; 458281, 3707728; 458281, 3707784; 458309, 3707784; 458309, 
3707756; 458394, 3707756; 458422, 3707756; 458422, 3707784; 458479, 
3707784; 458479, 3707813; 458508, 3707813; 458508, 3707841; 458536, 
3707841; 458536, 3707869; 458564, 3707869; 458564, 3707955; 458593, 
3707955; 458593, 3708011; 458621, 3708011; 458621, 3708068; 458649, 
3708068; 458649, 3708096; 458678, 3708096; 458678, 3708125; 458706, 
3708125; 458706, 3708153; 458734, 3708153; 458734, 3708182; 458848, 
3708182; 458848, 3708210; 458876, 3708210; 458876, 3708238; 458905, 
3708238; 458905, 3708267; 458933, 3708267; 458933, 3708352; 458961, 
3708352; 458961, 3708465; 458933, 3708465; 458933, 3708494; 458961, 
3708494; 458961, 3708550; 458990, 3708550; 458990, 3708664; 459018, 
3708664; 459018, 3708692; 459047, 3708692; 459047, 3708721; 459075, 
3708721; 459075, 3708749; 459103, 3708749; 459103, 3708777; 459245, 
3708777; 459245, 3708749; 459302, 3708749; 459302, 3708692; 459330, 
3708692; 459330, 3708635; 459359, 3708635; 459359, 3708522; 459387, 
3708522; 459387, 3708494; 459415, 3708494; 459415, 3708522; 459472, 
3708522; 459472, 3708579; 459444, 3708579; 459444, 3708635; 459472, 
3708635; 459472, 3708749; 459500, 3708749; 459500, 3708834; 459529, 
3708834; 459529, 3708862; 459500, 3708862; 459500, 3708919; 459557, 
3708919; 459557, 3708947; 459614, 3708947; 459614, 3709004; 459642, 
3709004; 459642, 3709033; 459699, 3709033; 459699, 3709004; 459727, 
3709004; 459727, 3708976; 459784, 3708976; 459784, 3708947; 459869, 
3708947; 459869, 3708919; 459926, 3708919; 459926, 3708891; 460011, 
3708891; 460011, 3708919; 460068, 3708919; 460068, 3708947; 460096, 
3708947; 460096, 3708976; 460125, 3708976; 460125, 3709004; 460153, 
3709004; 460153, 3709089; 460181, 3709089; 460181, 3709487; 460210, 
3709487; 460210, 3709543; 460238, 3709543; 460238, 3709770; 460266, 
3709770; 460266, 3709884; 460295, 3709884; 460295, 3709997; 460352, 
3709997; 460352, 3709969; 460380, 3709969; 460380, 3709940; 460465, 
3709940; 460465, 3709969; 460493, 3709969; 460493, 3709997; 460550, 
3709997; 460550, 3710026; 460607, 3710026; 460607, 3710054; 460635, 
3710054; 460635, 3710082; 460664, 3710082; 460664, 3710111; 460692, 
3710111; 460692, 3710139; 460720, 3710139; 460720, 3710167; 460749, 
3710167; 460749, 3710196; 460777, 3710196; 460777, 3710224; 460834,

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3710224; 460834, 3710252; 460862, 3710252; 460862, 3710281; 460891, 
3710281; 460891, 3710252; 460976, 3710252; 460976, 3710167; 461032, 
3710167; 461032, 3710139; 461061, 3710139; 461061, 3710111; 461203, 
3710111; 461203, 3710139; 461231, 3710139; 461231, 3710167; 461259, 
3710167; 461259, 3710196; 461288, 3710196; 461288, 3710224; 461316, 
3710224; 461316, 3710252; 461344, 3710252; 461344, 3710281; 461373, 
3710281; 461373, 3710309; 461401, 3710309; 461401, 3710338; 461486, 
3710338; 461486, 3710366; 461515, 3710366; 461515, 3710394; 461571, 
3710394; 461571, 3710366; 461628, 3710366; 461628, 3710338; 461713, 
3710338; 461713, 3710309; 461798, 3710309; 461798, 3710281; 461855, 
3710281; 461855, 3710252; 461912, 3710252; 461912, 3710224; 462054, 
3710224; 462054, 3710252; 462082, 3710252; 462082, 3710281; 462110, 
3710281; 462110, 3710309; 462082, 3710309; 462082, 3710423; 462054, 
3710423; 462054, 3710451; 462110, 3710451; 462110, 3710423; 462224, 
3710423; 462224, 3710479; 462281, 3710479; 462281, 3710508; 462337, 
3710508; 462337, 3710536; 462366, 3710536; 462366, 3710593; 462394, 
3710593; 462394, 3710650; 462422, 3710650; 462422, 3710763; 462451, 
3710763; 462451, 3710820; 462479, 3710820; 462479, 3710848; 462536, 
3710848; 462536, 3710962; 462564, 3710962; 462564, 3710933; 462621, 
3710933; 462621, 3710962; 462649, 3710962; 462649, 3710990; 462678, 
3710990; 462678, 3711018; 462706, 3711018; 462706, 3711075; 462735, 
3711075; 462735, 3711132; 462763, 3711132; 462763, 3711189; 462791, 
3711189; 462791, 3711217; 462820, 3711217; 462820, 3711330; 462848, 
3711330; 462848, 3711359; 462876, 3711359; 462876, 3711416; 462905, 
3711416; 462905, 3711444; 462933, 3711444; 462933, 3711472; 462990, 
3711472; 462990, 3711557; 463018, 3711557; 463018, 3711614; 463047, 
3711614; 463047, 3711756; 463075, 3711756; 463075, 3711926; 463047, 
3711926; 463047, 3712040; 463075, 3712040; 463075, 3712125; 463103, 
3712125; 463103, 3712153; 463132, 3712153; 463132, 3712182; 463160, 
3712182; 463160, 3712380; 463188, 3712380; 463188, 3712437; 463217, 
3712437; 463217, 3712579; 463245, 3712579; 463245, 3712692; 463274, 
3712692; 463274, 3712721; 463302, 3712721; 463302, 3712664; 463330, 
3712664; 463330, 3712522; 463415, 3712522; 463415, 3712550; 463444, 
3712550; 463444, 3712579; 463472, 3712579; 463472, 3712607; 463529, 
3712607; 463529, 3712635; 463557, 3712635; 463557, 3712664; 463756, 
3712664; 463756, 3712635; 463841, 3712635; 463841, 3712607; 464068, 
3712607; 464068, 3712579; 464125, 3712579; 464125, 3712607; 464323, 
3712607; 464323, 3712635; 464380, 3712635; 464380, 3712607; 464408, 
3712607; 464408, 3712550; 464437, 3712550; 464437, 3712522; 464465, 
3712522; 464465, 3712437; 464493, 3712437; 464493, 3712380; 464522, 
3712380; 464522, 3712352; 464578, 3712352; 464578, 3712323; 464635, 
3712323; 464635, 3712295; 464720, 3712295; 464720, 3712267; 464749, 
3712267; 464749, 3712238; 464834, 3712238; 464834, 3712267; 464976, 
3712267; 464976, 3712238; 465004, 3712238; 465004, 3712267; 465089, 
3712267; 465089, 3712238; 465174, 3712238; 465174, 3712267; 465203, 
3712267; 465203, 3712238; 465288, 3712238; 465288, 3712210; 465316, 
3712210; 465316, 3712182; 465344, 3712182; 465373, 3712182; 465373, 
3712210; 465430, 3712210; 465430, 3712238; 465486, 3712238; 465486, 
3712210; 465515, 3712210; 465600, 3712210; 465600, 3712238; 465713, 
3712238; 465713, 3712210; 465742, 3712210; 465742, 3712182; 465770, 
3712182; 465770, 3712153; 465827, 3712153; 465827, 3712125; 465855, 
3712125; 465855, 3712096; 465827, 3712096; 465827, 3712068; 465855, 
3712068; 465855, 3712040; 465940, 3712040; 465940, 3712011; 465997, 
3712011; 465997, 3711983; 466139, 3711983; 466139, 3712011; 466196, 
3712011; 466196, 3712040; 466224, 3712040; 466224, 3712011; 466422, 
3712011; 466422, 3712040; 466451, 3712040; 466451, 3712068; 466536, 
3712068; 466536, 3712040; 466649, 3712040; 466649, 3712011; 466735, 
3712011; 466735, 3712040; 466791, 3712040; 466791, 3712068; 466820, 
3712068; 466820, 3712040; 466876, 3712040; 466876, 3712096; 466905, 
3712096; 466905, 3712153; 466933, 3712153; 466933, 3712238; 467018, 
3712238; 467018, 3712267; 467047, 3712267; 467047, 3712295; 467188, 
3712295; 467188, 3712323; returning to 467274, 3712323.
    (ix) Note: Map of Unit 11 is provided at paragraph (13)(v) of this 
entry.
    (17) Unit 12: Lower Santa Margarita Basin, San Diego County, 
California.
    (i) Subunit 12a: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Fallbrook and 
Temecula, land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 470019, 
3696496; 470013, 3696496; 470013, 3696526; 470019, 3696526; returning 
to 470019, 3696496.
    (ii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 470024, 
3696976; 470020, 3696616; 470013, 3696616; 470013, 3696646; 469983, 
3696646; 469983, 3696856; 470013, 3696856; 470013, 3696976; returning 
to 470024, 3696976.
    (iii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 470553, 
3700756; 470553, 3700726; 470583, 3700726; 470583, 3700606; 470553, 
3700606; 470553, 3700576; 470523, 3700576; 470523, 3700546; 470463, 
3700546; 470463, 3700456; 470493, 3700456; 470493, 3700426; 470553, 
3700426; 470553, 3700396; 470583, 3700396; 470583, 3700336; 470523, 
3700336; 470523, 3700306; 470313, 3700306; 470313, 3700276; 470223, 
3700276; 470223, 3700246; 470163, 3700246; 470163, 3700096; 470043, 
3700096; 470043, 3700126; 469923, 3700126; 469923, 3699976; 469893, 
3699976; 469893, 3699886; 469923, 3699886; 469923, 3699766; 469953, 
3699766; 469953, 3699706; 469983, 3699706; 469983, 3699676; 470013, 
3699676; 470013, 3699646; 470043, 3699646; 470043, 3699616; 470103, 
3699616; 470103, 3699586; 470073, 3699586; 470073, 3699436; 470043, 
3699436; 470043, 3699406; 470013, 3699406; 470013, 3699376; 469983, 
3699376; 469983, 3699286; 470073, 3699286; 470073, 3699256; 470043, 
3699256; 470043, 3699196; 470013, 3699196; 470013, 3699136; 469983, 
3699136; 469983, 3699076; 470013, 3699076; 470013, 3698896; 470043, 
3698896; 470043, 3698866; 470073, 3698866; 470073, 3698836; 470133, 
3698836; 470133, 3698806; 470223, 3698806; 470223, 3698836; 470253, 
3698836; 470253, 3698866; 470313, 3698866; 470313, 3698806; 470343, 
3698806; 470343, 3698746; 470313, 3698746; 470313, 3698686; 470343, 
3698686; 470343, 3698596; 470313, 3698596; 470313, 3698566; 470253, 
3698566; 470253, 3698446; 470223, 3698446; 470223, 3698416; 470193, 
3698416; 470193, 3698446; 470163, 3698446; 470163, 3698416; 470133, 
3698416; 470133, 3698356; 470103, 3698356; 470103, 3698326; 470133, 
3698326; 470133, 3698266; 470163, 3698266; 470163, 3698206; 470193, 
3698206; 470193, 3698176; 470283, 3698176; 470283, 3698146; 470313, 
3698146; 470313, 3698116; 470283, 3698116; 470283, 3698086; 470253, 
3698086; 470253, 3697936; 470283, 3697936; 470283, 3697906; 470373, 
3697906; 470373, 3697876; 470433, 3697876; 470433, 3697816; 470403, 
3697816; 470403, 3697786; 470313, 3697786; 470313, 3697756; 470283, 
3697756; 470283, 3697696; 470253, 3697696; 470253, 3697576; 470283, 
3697576; 470283, 3697546; 470343,

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3697546; 470343, 3697516; 470373, 3697516; 470373, 3697511; 470031, 
3697512; 470029, 3697396; 470013, 3697396; 470013, 3697486; 469983, 
3697486; 469983, 3697666; 470013, 3697666; 470013, 3697786; 469953, 
3697786; 469953, 3697846; 469923, 3697846; 469923, 3697876; 469893, 
3697876; 469893, 3697936; 469923, 3697936; 469923, 3698116; 469893, 
3698116; 469893, 3698176; 469863, 3698176; 469863, 3698236; 469833, 
3698236; 469833, 3698296; 469803, 3698296; 469803, 3698356; 469773, 
3698356; 469773, 3698416; 469743, 3698416; 469743, 3698476; 469713, 
3698476; 469713, 3698506; 469683, 3698506; 469683, 3698536; 469653, 
3698536; 469653, 3698596; 469623, 3698596; 469623, 3698716; 469563, 
3698716; 469563, 3698806; 469533, 3698806; 469533, 3698866; 469503, 
3698866; 469503, 3698986; 469593, 3698986; 469593, 3699046; 469623, 
3699046; 469623, 3699106; 469593, 3699106; 469593, 3699136; 469563, 
3699136; 469563, 3699196; 469533, 3699196; 469533, 3699226; 469469, 
3699226; 469466, 3699436; 469503, 3699436; 469503, 3699616; 469473, 
3699616; 469473, 3699646; 469413, 3699646; 469413, 3699676; 469383, 
3699676; 469383, 3699736; 469413, 3699736; 469413, 3699766; 469383, 
3699766; 469383, 3699886; 469473, 3699886; 469473, 3699856; 469503, 
3699856; 469503, 3699946; 469533, 3699946; 469533, 3699976; 469563, 
3699976; 469563, 3700006; 469593, 3700006; 469593, 3700036; 469623, 
3700036; 469623, 3700306; 469653, 3700306; 469653, 3700336; 469683, 
3700336; 469683, 3700396; 469713, 3700396; 469713, 3700486; 469743, 
3700486; 469743, 3700516; 469773, 3700516; 469773, 3700456; 469803, 
3700456; 469803, 3700426; 469893, 3700426; 469893, 3700456; 469953, 
3700456; 469953, 3700486; 470013, 3700486; 470013, 3700696; 469983, 
3700696; 469983, 3700726; 470013, 3700726; 470013, 3700756; 470043, 
3700756; 470043, 3700786; 470073, 3700786; 470073, 3700756; 470103, 
3700756; 470103, 3700666; 470163, 3700666; 470163, 3700636; 470223, 
3700636; 470223, 3700606; 470313, 3700606; 470313, 3700636; 470343, 
3700636; 470343, 3700666; 470403, 3700666; 470403, 3700726; 470433, 
3700726; 470433, 3700756; 470493, 3700756; 470493, 3700816; 470523, 
3700816; 470523, 3700846; 470553, 3700846; returning to 470553, 
3700756. Excluding land bounded by 469743, 3699526; 469743, 3699496; 
469773, 3699496; 469773, 3699466; 469803, 3699466; 469803, 3699526; 
returning to 469743, 3699526.
    (iv) Subunit 12b: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Fallbrook and 
Temecula, land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 481713, 
3699166; 481713, 3699136; 481743, 3699136; 481743, 3699106; 481773, 
3699106; 481773, 3699046; 481803, 3699046; 481803, 3698986; 481833, 
3698986; 481833, 3698956; 481983, 3698956; 481983, 3698926; 482043, 
3698926; 482043, 3698896; 481983, 3698896; 481983, 3698866; 481953, 
3698866; 481953, 3698836; 481923, 3698836; 481923, 3698806; 481893, 
3698806; 481893, 3698716; 481863, 3698716; 481863, 3698686; 481833, 
3698686; 481833, 3698656; 481803, 3698656; 481803, 3698626; 481773, 
3698626; 481773, 3698596; 481743, 3698596; 481743, 3698566; 481683, 
3698566; 481683, 3698536; 481653, 3698536; 481653, 3698506; 481518, 
3698506; 481519, 3698558; 481476, 3698579; 481418, 3698570; 481299, 
3698509; 481259, 3698468; 481232, 3698394; 481172, 3698298; 481108, 
3698204; 481085, 3698135; 481233, 3698076; 481233, 3698056; 481173, 
3698056; 481173, 3698026; 481083, 3698026; 481083, 3697996; 481053, 
3697996; 481053, 3697936; 480993, 3697936; 480993, 3697876; 480963, 
3697876; 480963, 3697816; 480933, 3697816; 480933, 3697786; 480903, 
3697786; 480903, 3697756; 480873, 3697756; 480873, 3697726; 480843, 
3697726; 480843, 3697666; 480783, 3697666; 480783, 3697636; 480753, 
3697636; 480753, 3697606; 480693, 3697606; 480693, 3697576; 480663, 
3697576; 480663, 3697546; 480633, 3697546; 480633, 3697456; 480543, 
3697456; 480543, 3697486; 480483, 3697486; 480483, 3697456; 480453, 
3697456; 480453, 3697336; 480483, 3697336; 480483, 3697306; 480453, 
3697306; 480453, 3697276; 480393, 3697276; 480393, 3697246; 480363, 
3697246; 480363, 3697276; 480303, 3697276; 480303, 3697246; 480273, 
3697246; 480273, 3697186; 480243, 3697186; 480243, 3697156; 480273, 
3697156; 480273, 3697066; 480213, 3697066; 480213, 3697036; 480183, 
3697036; 480183, 3697006; 480153, 3697006; 480153, 3696976; 480123, 
3696976; 480123, 3696946; 480093, 3696946; 480093, 3696916; 480063, 
3696916; 480063, 3696886; 480093, 3696886; 480093, 3696856; 480123, 
3696856; 480123, 3696796; 480153, 3696796; 480153, 3696766; 480213, 
3696766; 480213, 3696736; 480183, 3696736; 480183, 3696706; 480153, 
3696706; 480153, 3696676; 480093, 3696676; 480093, 3696706; 480063, 
3696706; 480063, 3696736; 479883, 3696736; 479883, 3696676; 479733, 
3696676; 479733, 3696646; 479673, 3696646; 479673, 3696616; 479643, 
3696616; 479643, 3696586; 479613, 3696586; 479613, 3696556; 479583, 
3696556; 479583, 3696496; 479553, 3696496; 479553, 3696466; 479493, 
3696466; 479493, 3696436; 479463, 3696436; 479463, 3696406; 479373, 
3696406; 479373, 3696376; 479343, 3696376; 479343, 3696346; 479283, 
3696346; 479283, 3696316; 479253, 3696316; 479253, 3696286; 479223, 
3696286; 479223, 3696226; 479193, 3696226; 479193, 3696196; 479163, 
3696196; 479163, 3696226; 479043, 3696226; 479043, 3696196; 479013, 
3696196; 479013, 3696166; 478953, 3696166; 478953, 3696196; 478923, 
3696196; 478923, 3696226; 478953, 3696226; 478953, 3696316; 478923, 
3696316; 478923, 3696376; 478863, 3696376; 478863, 3696346; 478833, 
3696346; 478833, 3696286; 478563, 3696286; 478563, 3696316; 478473, 
3696316; 478473, 3696346; 478443, 3696346; 478443, 3696376; 478473, 
3696376; 478473, 3696436; 478443, 3696436; 478443, 3696496; 478413, 
3696496; 478413, 3696556; 478383, 3696556; 478383, 3696586; 478293, 
3696586; 478293, 3696556; 478173, 3696556; 478173, 3696526; 478143, 
3696526; 478143, 3696496; 478083, 3696496; 478083, 3696436; 478053, 
3696436; 478053, 3696406; 478023, 3696406; 478023, 3696376; 477993, 
3696376; 477993, 3696406; 477963, 3696406; 477963, 3696466; 477903, 
3696466; 477903, 3696496; 477813, 3696496; 477813, 3696466; 477753, 
3696466; 477753, 3696526; 477723, 3696526; 477723, 3696556; 477693, 
3696556; 477693, 3696586; 477663, 3696586; 477663, 3696796; 477633, 
3696796; 477633, 3696856; 477663, 3696856; 477663, 3696976; 477633, 
3696976; 477633, 3697006; 477573, 3697006; 477573, 3697036; 477333, 
3697036; 477333, 3697006; 477273, 3697006; 477273, 3696976; 477243, 
3696976; 477243, 3696946; 477213, 3696946; 477213, 3696916; 477183, 
3696916; 477183, 3696886; 477153, 3696886; 477153, 3696856; 477123, 
3696856; 477123, 3696826; 477093, 3696826; 477093, 3696796; 477063, 
3696796; 477063, 3696766; 477033, 3696766; 477033, 3696706; 476973, 
3696706; 476973, 3696616; 477003, 3696616; 477003, 3696586; 476943, 
3696586; 476943, 3696556; 476913, 3696556; 476913, 3696526; 476883, 
3696526; 476883, 3696346; 476913, 3696346; 476913, 3696316; 476883, 
3696316; 476883, 3696196; 476853, 3696196; 476853, 3695926;

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476823, 3695926; 476823, 3695836; 476793, 3695836; 476793, 3695776; 
476763, 3695776; 476763, 3695746; 476733, 3695746; 476733, 3695686; 
476673, 3695686; 476673, 3695716; 476643, 3695716; 476643, 3695776; 
476613, 3695776; 476613, 3695806; 476553, 3695806; 476553, 3695836; 
476493, 3695836; 476493, 3695866; 476196, 3695866; 476213, 3696016; 
476253, 3696016; 476253, 3696046; 476463, 3696046; 476463, 3696076; 
476553, 3696076; 476553, 3696136; 476583, 3696136; 476583, 3696196; 
476613, 3696196; 476613, 3696226; 476643, 3696226; 476643, 3696376; 
476673, 3696376; 476673, 3696496; 476643, 3696496; 476643, 3696526; 
476613, 3696526; 476613, 3696586; 476643, 3696586; 476643, 3696616; 
476673, 3696616; 476673, 3696736; 476703, 3696736; 476703, 3696796; 
476733, 3696796; 476733, 3696826; 476763, 3696826; 476763, 3696856; 
476793, 3696856; 476793, 3696946; 476883, 3696946; 476883, 3696976; 
477003, 3696976; 477003, 3697006; 477033, 3697006; 477033, 3697036; 
477093, 3697036; 477093, 3697066; 477153, 3697066; 477153, 3697156; 
477123, 3697156; 477123, 3697216; 477093, 3697216; 477093, 3697246; 
477063, 3697246; 477063, 3697306; 477003, 3697306; 477003, 3697336; 
476973, 3697336; 476973, 3697396; 476943, 3697396; 476943, 3697486; 
476973, 3697486; 476973, 3697546; 476943, 3697546; 476943, 3697576; 
476973, 3697576; 476973, 3697666; 477003, 3697666; 477003, 3697636; 
477033, 3697636; 477033, 3697576; 477063, 3697576; 477063, 3697456; 
477093, 3697456; 477093, 3697426; 477123, 3697426; 477123, 3697396; 
477183, 3697396; 477183, 3697426; 477273, 3697426; 477273, 3697456; 
477363, 3697456; 477363, 3697486; 477483, 3697486; 477483, 3697546; 
477573, 3697546; 477573, 3697516; 477603, 3697516; 477603, 3697486; 
477633, 3697486; 477633, 3697456; 477663, 3697456; 477663, 3697426; 
477693, 3697426; 477693, 3697366; 477663, 3697366; 477663, 3697306; 
477693, 3697306; 477693, 3697246; 477723, 3697246; 477723, 3697216; 
477753, 3697216; 477753, 3697186; 477783, 3697186; 477783, 3697156; 
477813, 3697156; 477813, 3697126; 477843, 3697126; 477843, 3697156; 
477873, 3697156; 477873, 3697216; 477903, 3697216; 477903, 3697276; 
477963, 3697276; 477963, 3697246; 477933, 3697246; 477933, 3697156; 
477963, 3697156; 477963, 3697066; 478053, 3697066; 478053, 3697006; 
477993, 3697006; 477993, 3696976; 477963, 3696976; 477963, 3696916; 
477993, 3696916; 477993, 3696826; 478023, 3696826; 478023, 3696796; 
477993, 3696796; 477993, 3696676; 478053, 3696676; 478053, 3696706; 
478143, 3696706; 478143, 3696736; 478173, 3696736; 478173, 3696796; 
478203, 3696796; 478203, 3696826; 478233, 3696826; 478233, 3696856; 
478263, 3696856; 478263, 3696886; 478323, 3696886; 478323, 3696916; 
478443, 3696916; 478443, 3696826; 478473, 3696826; 478473, 3696796; 
478623, 3696796; 478623, 3696826; 478653, 3696826; 478653, 3696856; 
478683, 3696856; 478683, 3696826; 478713, 3696826; 478713, 3696736; 
478683, 3696736; 478683, 3696676; 478653, 3696676; 478653, 3696646; 
478623, 3696646; 478623, 3696466; 478743, 3696466; 478743, 3696526; 
478863, 3696526; 478863, 3696556; 478923, 3696556; 478923, 3696586; 
478953, 3696586; 478953, 3696616; 479013, 3696616; 479013, 3696586; 
479043, 3696586; 479043, 3696556; 479163, 3696556; 479163, 3696586; 
479223, 3696586; 479223, 3696616; 479283, 3696616; 479283, 3696646; 
479313, 3696646; 479313, 3696616; 479343, 3696616; 479343, 3696646; 
479373, 3696646; 479373, 3696706; 479403, 3696706; 479403, 3696736; 
479523, 3696736; 479523, 3696796; 479553, 3696796; 479553, 3696856; 
479613, 3696856; 479613, 3696886; 479733, 3696886; 479733, 3696916; 
479763, 3696916; 479763, 3696946; 479793, 3696946; 479793, 3697006; 
479823, 3697006; 479823, 3697126; 479853, 3697126; 479853, 3697156; 
479883, 3697156; 479883, 3697186; 479913, 3697186; 479913, 3697216; 
479943, 3697216; 479943, 3697306; 479973, 3697306; 479973, 3697366; 
479943, 3697366; 479943, 3697486; 479973, 3697486; 479973, 3697516; 
480003, 3697516; 480003, 3697546; 480093, 3697546; 480093, 3697516; 
480183, 3697516; 480183, 3697546; 480213, 3697546; 480213, 3697666; 
480303, 3697666; 480303, 3697636; 480363, 3697636; 480363, 3697666; 
480423, 3697666; 480423, 3697696; 480453, 3697696; 480453, 3697756; 
480483, 3697756; 480483, 3697786; 480513, 3697786; 480513, 3697906; 
480603, 3697906; 480603, 3697936; 480663, 3697936; 480663, 3697966; 
480723, 3697966; 480723, 3697996; 480753, 3697996; 480753, 3698026; 
480783, 3698026; 480783, 3698056; 480813, 3698056; 480813, 3698086; 
480783, 3698086; 480783, 3698146; 480843, 3698146; 480843, 3698296; 
480873, 3698296; 480873, 3698326; 480903, 3698326; 480903, 3698386; 
480933, 3698386; 480933, 3698416; 480963, 3698416; 480963, 3698476; 
480993, 3698476; 480993, 3698506; 481023, 3698506; 481023, 3698566; 
481053, 3698566; 481053, 3698596; 481083, 3698596; 481083, 3698626; 
481113, 3698626; 481113, 3698656; 481143, 3698656; 481143, 3698686; 
481203, 3698686; 481203, 3698716; 481233, 3698716; 481233, 3698746; 
481323, 3698746; 481323, 3698776; 481353, 3698776; 481353, 3698806; 
481623, 3698806; 481623, 3698836; 481653, 3698836; 481653, 3698956; 
481683, 3698956; 481683, 3699106; 481653, 3699106; 481653, 3699166; 
returning to 481713, 3699166.
    (v) Note: Map of Units 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17 follows.
BILLING CODE 4310-55-P

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[GRAPHIC] [TIFF OMITTED] TR09FE11.008

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    (18) Unit 13: Upper Santa Margarita Basin, Riverside and San Diego 
Counties, California.
    (i) Subunit 13a: from USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle map Vail Lake, land 
bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 505506, 3698564; 
505506, 3698534; 505536, 3698534; 505536, 3698564; 505506, 3698564; 
505506, 3698599; 505506, 3698624; 505536, 3698624; 505536, 3698654; 
505566, 3698654; 505566, 3698624; 505626, 3698624; 505626, 3698594; 
505656, 3698594; 505656, 3698624; 505686, 3698624; 505686, 3698654; 
505716, 3698654; 505716, 3698684; 505686, 3698684; 505686, 3698714; 
505656, 3698714; 505656, 3698744; 505626, 3698744; 505626, 3698774; 
505596, 3698774; 505596, 3698804; 505446, 3698804; 505446, 3698834; 
505386, 3698834; 505386, 3698924; 505446, 3698924; 505446, 3698954; 
505476, 3698954; 505476, 3698984; 505506, 3698984; 505506, 3699044; 
505536, 3699044; 505536, 3699134; 505566, 3699134; 505566, 3699194; 
505656, 3699194; 505656, 3699224; 505746, 3699224; 505746, 3699254; 
505776, 3699254; 505776, 3699314; 505806, 3699314; 505806, 3699494; 
505836, 3699494; 505836, 3699554; 505866, 3699554; 505866, 3699584; 
505896, 3699584; 505896, 3699614; 505926, 3699614; 505926, 3699734; 
505896, 3699734; 505896, 3699824; 505866, 3699824; 505866, 3699854; 
505806, 3699854; 505806, 3699884; 505656, 3699884; 505656, 3699944; 
505626, 3699944; 505626, 3699974; 505596, 3699974; 505596, 3700034; 
505626, 3700034; 505626, 3700064; 505626, 3700154; 505596, 3700154; 
505596, 3700274; 505566, 3700274; 505566, 3700304; 505476, 3700304; 
505476, 3700274; 505446, 3700274; 505446, 3700214; 505416, 3700214; 
505416, 3700184; 505386, 3700184; 505386, 3700214; 505326, 3700214; 
505326, 3700244; 505296, 3700244; 505296, 3700274; 505266, 3700274; 
505266, 3700364; 505236, 3700364; 505236, 3700634; 505206, 3700634; 
505206, 3700694; 505176, 3700694; 505176, 3700724; 505146, 3700724; 
505146, 3700754; 505116, 3700754; 505116, 3700784; 505086, 3700784; 
505086, 3700814; 505026, 3700814; 505026, 3700844; 504876, 3700844; 
504876, 3700874; 504816, 3700874; 504816, 3700904; 504516, 3700904; 
504516, 3700934; 504456, 3700934; 504456, 3700964; 504426, 3700964; 
504426, 3700994; 504366, 3700994; 504366, 3701084; 504336, 3701084; 
504336, 3701144; 504306, 3701144; 504306, 3701174; 504276, 3701174; 
504276, 3701204; 504246, 3701204; 504246, 3701234; 504216, 3701234; 
504216, 3701294; 504186, 3701294; 504186, 3701384; 504156, 3701384; 
504156, 3701474; 504126, 3701474; 504126, 3701504; 504066, 3701504; 
504066, 3701534; 503886, 3701534; 503886, 3701504; 503856, 3701504; 
503856, 3701474; 503826, 3701474; 503826, 3701444; 503796, 3701444; 
503796, 3701384; 503646, 3701384; 503646, 3701354; 503526, 3701354; 
503526, 3701384; 503466, 3701384; 503466, 3701414; 503406, 3701414; 
503406, 3701384; 503346, 3701384; 503346, 3701354; 503316, 3701354; 
503316, 3701324; 503256, 3701324; 503256, 3701294; 503226, 3701294; 
503226, 3701234; 503166, 3701234; 503166, 3701264; 503046, 3701264; 
503046, 3701204; 503016, 3701204; 503016, 3701174; 502956, 3701174; 
502956, 3701204; 502836, 3701204; 502836, 3701234; 502806, 3701234; 
502806, 3701264; 502776, 3701264; 502776, 3701294; 502746, 3701294; 
502746, 3701414; 502716, 3701414; 502716, 3701474; 502686, 3701474; 
502686, 3701504; 502656, 3701504; 502656, 3701594; 502686, 3701594; 
502686, 3701654; 502716, 3701654; 502716, 3701684; 502686, 3701684; 
502686, 3701714; 502656, 3701714; 502656, 3701774; 502626, 3701774; 
502626, 3701804; 502536, 3701804; 502536, 3701954; 502506, 3701954; 
502506, 3701984; 502386, 3701984; 502386, 3702104; 502416, 3702104; 
502416, 3702194; 502386, 3702194; 502386, 3702344; 502416, 3702344; 
502416, 3702524; 502386, 3702524; 502386, 3702584; 502356, 3702584; 
502356, 3702554; 502296, 3702554; 502296, 3702524; 502266, 3702524; 
502266, 3702494; 502206, 3702494; 502206, 3702584; 502236, 3702584; 
502236, 3702644; 502266, 3702644; 502266, 3702764; 502296, 3702764; 
502296, 3702794; 502206, 3702794; 502206, 3702824; 502176, 3702824; 
502176, 3702854; 502116, 3702854; 502116, 3702884; 502086, 3702884; 
502086, 3702914; 502056, 3702914; 502056, 3702974; 502026, 3702974; 
502026, 3703004; 501996, 3703004; 501996, 3703034; 501966, 3703034; 
501966, 3703124; 501936, 3703124; 501936, 3703154; 501876, 3703154; 
501876, 3703184; 501846, 3703184; 501846, 3703334; 501816, 3703334; 
501816, 3703364; 501726, 3703364; 501726, 3703394; 501666, 3703394; 
501666, 3703424; 501636, 3703424; 501636, 3703454; 501606, 3703454; 
501606, 3703484; 501576, 3703484; 501576, 3703514; 501546, 3703514; 
501546, 3703544; 501516, 3703544; 501516, 3703574; 501456, 3703574; 
501456, 3703544; 501426, 3703544; 501426, 3703514; 501396, 3703514; 
501396, 3703484; 501366, 3703484; 501366, 3703454; 501336, 3703454; 
501336, 3703484; 501306, 3703484; 501306, 3703544; 501336, 3703544; 
501336, 3703634; 501306, 3703634; 501306, 3703664; 501276, 3703664; 
501276, 3703754; 501216, 3703754; 501216, 3703724; 501186, 3703724; 
501186, 3703694; 501126, 3703694; 501126, 3703664; 501036, 3703664; 
501036, 3703634; 501006, 3703634; 501006, 3703604; 500976, 3703604; 
500976, 3703574; 500916, 3703574; 500916, 3703544; 500886, 3703544; 
500886, 3703574; 500856, 3703574; 500856, 3703634; 500886, 3703634; 
500886, 3703664; 500916, 3703664; 500916, 3703694; 500946, 3703694; 
500946, 3703754; 500976, 3703754; 500976, 3703874; 500916, 3703874; 
500916, 3703994; 500946, 3703994; 500946, 3704054; 501006, 3704054; 
501006, 3704084; 501036, 3704084; 501036, 3704114; 501066, 3704114; 
501066, 3704144; 501126, 3704144; 501126, 3704174; 501156, 3704174; 
501156, 3704234; 501186, 3704234; 501186, 3704324; 501156, 3704324; 
501156, 3704354; 501126, 3704354; 501126, 3704414; 501246, 3704414; 
501246, 3704444; 501336, 3704444; 501336, 3704594; 501486, 3704594; 
501486, 3704624; 501516, 3704624; 501516, 3704654; 501546, 3704654; 
501546, 3704684; 501576, 3704684; 501576, 3704744; 501606, 3704744; 
501606, 3704804; 501636, 3704804; 501636, 3704834; 501666, 3704834; 
501666, 3704894; 501696, 3704894; 501696, 3704924; 501726, 3704924; 
501726, 3704954; 501696, 3704954; 501696, 3705044; 501666, 3705044; 
501666, 3705074; 501606, 3705074; 501606, 3705164; 501666, 3705164; 
501713, 3705144; 501832, 3704997; 501956, 3704780; 502043, 3704659; 
502101, 3704534; 501996, 3704534; 501996, 3704564; 501966, 3704564; 
501966, 3704594; 501906, 3704594; 501906, 3704624; 501816, 3704624; 
501816, 3704504; 501846, 3704504; 501846, 3704444; 501876, 3704444; 
501876, 3704384; 501846, 3704384; 501846, 3704354; 501756, 3704354; 
501756, 3704384; 501696, 3704384; 501696, 3704414; 501636, 3704414; 
501636, 3704384; 501606, 3704384; 501606, 3704264; 501576, 3704264; 
501576, 3704234; 501606, 3704234; 501606, 3704174; 501636, 3704174; 
501636, 3704144; 501666, 3704144; 501666, 3704084; 501606, 3704084; 
501606, 3704054; 501636, 3704054; 501636, 3704024; 501666, 3704024; 
501666, 3703994; 501786, 3703994; 501786, 3703964; 501846, 3703964; 
501846, 3703934; 501906, 3703934;

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501906, 3703904; 501936, 3703904; 501936, 3703814; 502026, 3703814; 
502026, 3703784; 502086, 3703784; 502086, 3703754; 502146, 3703754; 
502146, 3703784; 502236, 3703784; 502236, 3703754; 502266, 3703754; 
502266, 3703694; 502296, 3703694; 502296, 3703664; 502326, 3703664; 
502326, 3703634; 502356, 3703634; 502356, 3703604; 502296, 3703604; 
502296, 3703574; 502236, 3703574; 502236, 3703394; 502266, 3703394; 
502266, 3703424; 502296, 3703424; 502296, 3703454; 502356, 3703454; 
502356, 3703424; 502386, 3703424; 502386, 3703394; 502416, 3703394; 
502416, 3703364; 502446, 3703364; 502446, 3703274; 502416, 3703274; 
502416, 3703244; 502386, 3703244; 502386, 3703184; 502416, 3703184; 
502416, 3703154; 502446, 3703154; 502446, 3703124; 502476, 3703124; 
502476, 3703094; 502506, 3703094; 502506, 3703064; 502566, 3703064; 
502566, 3703034; 502626, 3703034; 502626, 3703094; 502656, 3703094; 
502656, 3703124; 502626, 3703124; 502626, 3703184; 502656, 3703184; 
502656, 3703214; 502686, 3703214; 502686, 3703184; 502746, 3703184; 
502746, 3703214; 502776, 3703214; 502776, 3703244; 502806, 3703244; 
502806, 3703214; 502836, 3703214; 502836, 3703184; 502896, 3703184; 
502896, 3703154; 502926, 3703154; 502926, 3703094; 502896, 3703094; 
502896, 3702974; 502926, 3702974; 502926, 3702824; 502896, 3702824; 
502896, 3702764; 502926, 3702764; 502926, 3702734; 502986, 3702734; 
502986, 3702644; 502806, 3702644; 502806, 3702614; 502746, 3702614; 
502746, 3702584; 502716, 3702584; 502716, 3702464; 502746, 3702464; 
502746, 3702434; 502776, 3702434; 502776, 3702404; 502806, 3702404; 
502806, 3702344; 502776, 3702344; 502776, 3702314; 502746, 3702314; 
502746, 3702254; 502776, 3702254; 502776, 3702104; 502806, 3702104; 
502806, 3702074; 502956, 3702074; 502956, 3701894; 502986, 3701894; 
502986, 3701864; 502956, 3701864; 502956, 3701774; 502926, 3701774; 
502926, 3701594; 502896, 3701594; 502896, 3701534; 502866, 3701534; 
502866, 3701444; 502896, 3701444; 502896, 3701354; 502986, 3701354; 
502986, 3701384; 503106, 3701384; 503106, 3701414; 503166, 3701414; 
503166, 3701474; 503226, 3701474; 503226, 3701504; 503256, 3701504; 
503256, 3701534; 503316, 3701534; 503316, 3701564; 503346, 3701564; 
503346, 3701594; 503526, 3701594; 503526, 3701534; 503556, 3701534; 
503556, 3701474; 503646, 3701474; 503646, 3701504; 503706, 3701504; 
503706, 3701564; 503736, 3701564; 503736, 3701594; 503766, 3701594; 
503766, 3701624; 503826, 3701624; 503826, 3701654; 503946, 3701654; 
503946, 3701684; 503976, 3701684; 503976, 3701714; 504036, 3701714; 
504036, 3701744; 504066, 3701744; 504066, 3701714; 504096, 3701714; 
504096, 3701684; 504126, 3701684; 504126, 3701654; 504186, 3701654; 
504186, 3701624; 504276, 3701624; 504276, 3701594; 504306, 3701594; 
504306, 3701564; 504336, 3701564; 504336, 3701534; 504366, 3701534; 
504366, 3701474; 504336, 3701474; 504336, 3701414; 504306, 3701414; 
504306, 3701384; 504336, 3701384; 504336, 3701324; 504366, 3701324; 
504366, 3701294; 504396, 3701294; 504396, 3701234; 504426, 3701234; 
504426, 3701204; 504486, 3701204; 504486, 3701174; 504516, 3701174; 
504516, 3701144; 504546, 3701144; 504546, 3701114; 504576, 3701114; 
504576, 3701084; 504606, 3701084; 504606, 3701114; 504636, 3701114; 
504636, 3701084; 504666, 3701084; 504666, 3701114; 504696, 3701114; 
504696, 3701084; 504756, 3701084; 504756, 3701054; 504846, 3701054; 
504846, 3701024; 505026, 3701024; 505026, 3700994; 505086, 3700994; 
505086, 3700964; 505116, 3700964; 505116, 3700934; 505176, 3700934; 
505176, 3700904; 505206, 3700904; 505206, 3700874; 505236, 3700874; 
505236, 3700844; 505296, 3700844; 505296, 3700814; 505356, 3700814; 
505356, 3700784; 505386, 3700784; 505386, 3700754; 505416, 3700754; 
505416, 3700814; 505476, 3700814; 505476, 3700784; 505506, 3700784; 
505506, 3700724; 505656, 3700724; 505656, 3700754; 505686, 3700754; 
505686, 3700784; 505716, 3700784; 505716, 3700814; 505746, 3700814; 
505746, 3700844; 505776, 3700844; 505776, 3700874; 505836, 3700874; 
505836, 3700904; 505866, 3700904; 505866, 3700934; 505986, 3700934; 
505986, 3700904; 506046, 3700904; 506046, 3700844; 506106, 3700844; 
506106, 3700814; 506136, 3700814; 506136, 3700844; 506166, 3700844; 
506166, 3700874; 506196, 3700874; 506196, 3700904; 506226, 3700904; 
506226, 3700934; 506406, 3700934; 506406, 3700964; 506466, 3700964; 
506466, 3700904; 506436, 3700904; 506436, 3700874; 506406, 3700874; 
506406, 3700814; 506376, 3700814; 506376, 3700784; 506346, 3700784; 
506346, 3700634; 506316, 3700634; 506316, 3700574; 506286, 3700574; 
506286, 3700514; 506316, 3700514; 506316, 3700454; 506346, 3700454; 
506346, 3700394; 506376, 3700394; 506376, 3700034; 506406, 3700034; 
506406, 3700004; 506466, 3700004; 506466, 3699914; 506436, 3699914; 
506436, 3699704; 506466, 3699704; 506466, 3699674; 506496, 3699674; 
506496, 3699644; 506526, 3699644; 506526, 3699554; 506496, 3699554; 
506496, 3699524; 506466, 3699524; 506466, 3699434; 506436, 3699434; 
506436, 3699404; 506136, 3699404; 506136, 3699344; 506106, 3699344; 
506106, 3699284; 506046, 3699284; 506046, 3699224; 506016, 3699224; 
506016, 3699194; 506046, 3699194; 506046, 3699164; 506016, 3699164; 
506016, 3699134; 505956, 3699134; 505956, 3699104; 505926, 3699104; 
505926, 3699074; 505896, 3699074; 505896, 3699044; 505866, 3699044; 
505866, 3699014; 505836, 3699014; 505836, 3698924; 505806, 3698924; 
505806, 3698894; 505836, 3698894; 505836, 3698864; 505866, 3698864; 
505866, 3698834; 505896, 3698834; 505896, 3698774; 505866, 3698774; 
505866, 3698714; 505836, 3698714; 505836, 3698534; 505866, 3698534; 
505866, 3698564; 505956, 3698564; 505956, 3698534; 505986, 3698534; 
505986, 3698414; 505956, 3698414; 505956, 3698324; 505926, 3698324; 
505926, 3698264; 505896, 3698264; 505896, 3698204; 505866, 3698204; 
505866, 3698174; 505776, 3698174; 505776, 3698144; 505596, 3698144; 
505596, 3698024; 505566, 3698024; 505566, 3697964; 505536, 3697964; 
505536, 3697934; 505506, 3697934; 505506, 3697904; 505476, 3697904; 
505476, 3697874; 505296, 3697874; 505296, 3697844; 505266, 3697844; 
505266, 3697814; 505236, 3697814; 505236, 3697784; 505206, 3697784; 
505206, 3697724; 505176, 3697724; 505176, 3697694; 505116, 3697694; 
505116, 3697724; 505026, 3697724; 505026, 3697694; 504996, 3697694; 
504996, 3697664; 504966, 3697664; 504966, 3697634; 504846, 3697634; 
504846, 3697664; 504816, 3697664; 504816, 3697694; 504846, 3697694; 
504846, 3697754; 504876, 3697754; 504876, 3697844; 504846, 3697844; 
504846, 3697934; 504816, 3697934; 504816, 3697964; 504846, 3697964; 
504846, 3698114; 504876, 3698114; 504876, 3698174; 504906, 3698174; 
504906, 3698204; 504966, 3698204; 504966, 3698234; 504996, 3698234; 
504996, 3698264; 505086, 3698264; 505086, 3698324; 505116, 3698324; 
505116, 3698354; 505146, 3698354; 505146, 3698414; 505206, 3698414; 
505206, 3698444; 505236, 3698444; 505236, 3698414; 505266, 3698414; 
505266, 3698444; 505296, 3698444; 505296, 3698474; 505326, 3698474; 
505326, 3698504; 505356, 3698504; 505356, 3698534; 505386, 3698534;

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505386, 3698564; returning to 505506, 3698564.
    (ii) Subunit 13b: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Vail Lake, 
Aguanga, and Palomar Observatory, land bounded by the following UTM 
coordinates (E, N): 520626, 3692624; 520656, 3692624; 520656, 3692654; 
520626, 3692654; 520626, 3692624; 520596, 3692624; 520596, 3692594; 
520476, 3692594; 520476, 3692624; 520356, 3692624; 520356, 3692594; 
520326, 3692594; 520326, 3692564; 520266, 3692564; 520266, 3692594; 
520206, 3692594; 520206, 3692654; 520176, 3692654; 520176, 3692684; 
520146, 3692684; 520146, 3692744; 520116, 3692744; 520116, 3692864; 
519936, 3692864; 519936, 3692894; 519906, 3692894; 519906, 3692924; 
519876, 3692924; 519876, 3692984; 519846, 3692984; 519846, 3693014; 
519816, 3693014; 519816, 3693044; 519786, 3693044; 519786, 3693074; 
519756, 3693074; 519756, 3693104; 519726, 3693104; 519726, 3693134; 
519606, 3693134; 519606, 3693164; 519576, 3693164; 519576, 3693224; 
519546, 3693224; 519546, 3693284; 519456, 3693284; 519456, 3693314; 
519336, 3693314; 519336, 3693344; 519306, 3693344; 519306, 3693374; 
519276, 3693374; 519276, 3693434; 519246, 3693434; 519246, 3693524; 
519216, 3693524; 519216, 3693554; 519156, 3693554; 519156, 3693584; 
519126, 3693584; 519126, 3693614; 519036, 3693614; 519036, 3693644; 
518976, 3693644; 518976, 3693704; 518946, 3693704; 518946, 3693764; 
518916, 3693764; 518916, 3693794; 518886, 3693794; 518886, 3693824; 
518826, 3693824; 518826, 3693854; 518796, 3693854; 518796, 3693884; 
518766, 3693884; 518766, 3693914; 518736, 3693914; 518736, 3693944; 
518706, 3693944; 518706, 3694064; 518676, 3694064; 518676, 3694094; 
518646, 3694094; 518646, 3694124; 518616, 3694124; 518616, 3694154; 
518586, 3694154; 518586, 3694184; 518556, 3694184; 518556, 3694214; 
518526, 3694214; 518526, 3694364; 518496, 3694364; 518496, 3694394; 
518466, 3694394; 518466, 3694424; 518346, 3694424; 518346, 3694484; 
518316, 3694484; 518316, 3694514; 518286, 3694514; 518286, 3694544; 
518196, 3694544; 518196, 3694574; 518166, 3694574; 518166, 3694604; 
518136, 3694604; 518136, 3694634; 518106, 3694634; 518106, 3694664; 
518076, 3694664; 518076, 3694754; 518046, 3694754; 518046, 3694784; 
517986, 3694784; 517986, 3694814; 517956, 3694814; 517956, 3694844; 
517896, 3694844; 517896, 3694874; 517866, 3694874; 517866, 3694934; 
517836, 3694934; 517836, 3695024; 517806, 3695024; 517806, 3695084; 
517776, 3695084; 517776, 3695114; 517746, 3695114; 517746, 3695144; 
517716, 3695144; 517716, 3695114; 517656, 3695114; 517656, 3695084; 
517626, 3695084; 517626, 3695114; 517596, 3695114; 517596, 3695174; 
517536, 3695174; 517536, 3695234; 517506, 3695234; 517506, 3695324; 
517476, 3695324; 517476, 3695354; 517446, 3695354; 517446, 3695384; 
517386, 3695384; 517386, 3695414; 517356, 3695414; 517356, 3695444; 
517146, 3695444; 517146, 3695474; 517176, 3695474; 517176, 3695564; 
517146, 3695564; 517146, 3695654; 517116, 3695654; 517116, 3695684; 
517086, 3695684; 517086, 3695774; 517056, 3695774; 517056, 3695864; 
517026, 3695864; 517026, 3695924; 516996, 3695924; 516996, 3695954; 
516966, 3695954; 516966, 3696014; 516936, 3696014; 516936, 3696044; 
516876, 3696044; 516876, 3696074; 516846, 3696074; 516846, 3696104; 
516816, 3696104; 516816, 3696164; 516756, 3696164; 516756, 3696194; 
516696, 3696194; 516696, 3696224; 516666, 3696224; 516666, 3696254; 
516576, 3696254; 516576, 3696284; 516516, 3696284; 516516, 3696314; 
516396, 3696314; 516396, 3696374; 516366, 3696374; 516366, 3696404; 
516276, 3696404; 516276, 3696314; 516246, 3696314; 516246, 3696284; 
516216, 3696284; 516216, 3696254; 516186, 3696254; 516186, 3696224; 
516096, 3696224; 516096, 3696254; 516066, 3696254; 516066, 3696284; 
516036, 3696284; 516036, 3696314; 516006, 3696314; 516006, 3696344; 
515976, 3696344; 515976, 3696404; 515946, 3696404; 515946, 3696434; 
515916, 3696434; 515916, 3696494; 515886, 3696494; 515886, 3696524; 
515856, 3696524; 515856, 3696584; 515826, 3696584; 515826, 3696644; 
515796, 3696644; 515796, 3696734; 515766, 3696734; 515766, 3696764; 
515796, 3696764; 515796, 3696794; 515766, 3696794; 515766, 3696824; 
515646, 3696824; 515646, 3696854; 515586, 3696854; 515586, 3696884; 
515436, 3696884; 515436, 3697004; 515406, 3697004; 515406, 3697064; 
515436, 3697064; 515436, 3697094; 515376, 3697094; 515376, 3697124; 
515316, 3697124; 515316, 3697154; 515286, 3697154; 515286, 3697184; 
515256, 3697184; 515256, 3697214; 515226, 3697214; 515226, 3697244; 
515076, 3697244; 515076, 3697364; 515046, 3697364; 515046, 3697424; 
515016, 3697424; 515016, 3697484; 514986, 3697484; 514986, 3697514; 
514926, 3697514; 514926, 3697544; 514896, 3697544; 514896, 3697574; 
514866, 3697574; 514866, 3697604; 514836, 3697604; 514836, 3697694; 
514806, 3697694; 514806, 3697724; 514746, 3697724; 514746, 3697754; 
514716, 3697754; 514716, 3697784; 514686, 3697784; 514686, 3697814; 
514626, 3697814; 514626, 3697844; 514566, 3697844; 514566, 3697874; 
514476, 3697874; 514476, 3697904; 514446, 3697904; 514446, 3697964; 
514416, 3697964; 514416, 3698084; 514386, 3698084; 514386, 3698114; 
514326, 3698114; 514326, 3698144; 514266, 3698144; 514266, 3698204; 
514236, 3698204; 514236, 3698384; 514206, 3698384; 514206, 3698444; 
514176, 3698444; 514176, 3698474; 514146, 3698474; 514146, 3698504; 
514086, 3698504; 514086, 3698564; 514056, 3698564; 514056, 3698594; 
514026, 3698594; 514026, 3698624; 513996, 3698624; 513996, 3698654; 
513966, 3698654; 513966, 3698684; 513876, 3698684; 513876, 3698714; 
513846, 3698714; 513846, 3698744; 513816, 3698744; 513816, 3698774; 
513786, 3698774; 513786, 3698834; 513816, 3698834; 513816, 3698924; 
513846, 3698924; 513846, 3698954; 513816, 3698954; 513816, 3698984; 
513756, 3698984; 513756, 3698954; 513606, 3698954; 513606, 3698984; 
513576, 3698984; 513576, 3698954; 513396, 3698954; 513396, 3698984; 
513336, 3698984; 513336, 3699014; 513306, 3699014; 513306, 3699044; 
513276, 3699044; 513276, 3699074; 513246, 3699074; 513246, 3699104; 
513156, 3699104; 513156, 3699074; 513006, 3699074; 513006, 3699104; 
512976, 3699104; 512976, 3699134; 512946, 3699134; 512946, 3699104; 
512904, 3699104; 512911, 3699417; 512914, 3699474; 512962, 3699538; 
513016, 3699538; 512962, 3699681; 512898, 3699769; 512660, 3699925; 
512460, 3700001; 512238, 3700055; 512190, 3700049; 512092, 3700001; 
512101, 3699433; 512155, 3699433; 512171, 3699395; 512232, 3699347; 
512436, 3699302; 512436, 3699284; 512406, 3699284; 512406, 3699254; 
512376, 3699254; 512376, 3699164; 512346, 3699164; 512346, 3699134; 
512316, 3699134; 512316, 3699104; 512286, 3699104; 512286, 3699044; 
512256, 3699044; 512256, 3699014; 512226, 3699014; 512226, 3698864; 
512196, 3698864; 512196, 3698834; 512136, 3698834; 512136, 3698804; 
512016, 3698804; 512016, 3698834; 511986, 3698834; 511986, 3698864; 
511956, 3698864; 511956, 3698894; 511926, 3698894; 511926, 3698954; 
511896, 3698954; 511896, 3698984; 511866, 3698984; 511866, 3699014; 
511806, 3699014; 511806, 3699044; 511776, 3699044; 511776, 3699074; 
511716, 3699074;

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511716, 3699044; 511656, 3699044; 511656, 3699014; 511596, 3699014; 
511596, 3699044; 511506, 3699044; 511506, 3699074; 511446, 3699074; 
511446, 3699104; 511356, 3699104; 511356, 3699134; 511326, 3699134; 
511326, 3699164; 511236, 3699164; 511236, 3699194; 511206, 3699194; 
511206, 3699254; 511176, 3699254; 511176, 3699284; 511146, 3699284; 
511146, 3699314; 511176, 3699314; 511176, 3699344; 511146, 3699344; 
511146, 3699374; 511026, 3699374; 511026, 3699344; 510936, 3699344; 
510936, 3699374; 510906, 3699374; 510906, 3699404; 510816, 3699404; 
510816, 3699434; 510786, 3699434; 510786, 3699494; 510666, 3699494; 
510666, 3699524; 510606, 3699524; 510606, 3699644; 510546, 3699644; 
510546, 3699674; 510516, 3699674; 510516, 3699704; 510486, 3699704; 
510486, 3699734; 510366, 3699734; 510366, 3699794; 510336, 3699794; 
510336, 3699854; 510306, 3699854; 510306, 3699884; 510276, 3699884; 
510276, 3699914; 510246, 3699914; 510246, 3699944; 510216, 3699944; 
510216, 3699974; 510186, 3699974; 510186, 3699944; 510156, 3699944; 
510156, 3699974; 510126, 3699974; 510126, 3700064; 510096, 3700064; 
510096, 3700124; 510066, 3700124; 510066, 3700154; 510036, 3700154; 
510036, 3700184; 509976, 3700184; 509976, 3700214; 509916, 3700214; 
509916, 3700304; 509886, 3700304; 509886, 3700364; 509856, 3700364; 
509856, 3700424; 509826, 3700424; 509826, 3700454; 509796, 3700454; 
509796, 3700484; 509676, 3700484; 509676, 3700424; 509646, 3700424; 
509646, 3700394; 509616, 3700394; 509616, 3700364; 509586, 3700364; 
509586, 3700394; 509406, 3700394; 509406, 3700454; 509376, 3700454; 
509376, 3700544; 509346, 3700544; 509346, 3700604; 509226, 3700604; 
509226, 3700634; 509166, 3700634; 509166, 3700664; 509106, 3700664; 
509106, 3700694; 508986, 3700694; 508986, 3700664; 508926, 3700664; 
508926, 3700544; 508866, 3700544; 508866, 3700574; 508776, 3700574; 
508746, 3700574; 508746, 3700544; 508596, 3700544; 508596, 3700574; 
508566, 3700574; 508566, 3700604; 508536, 3700604; 508536, 3700664; 
508476, 3700664; 508476, 3700634; 508446, 3700634; 508446, 3700544; 
508416, 3700544; 508416, 3700634; 508386, 3700634; 508386, 3700664; 
508416, 3700664; 508416, 3700724; 508446, 3700724; 508446, 3700844; 
508416, 3700844; 508416, 3700874; 508386, 3700874; 508386, 3700904; 
508356, 3700904; 508356, 3700934; 508326, 3700934; 508326, 3701024; 
508296, 3701024; 508296, 3701054; 508266, 3701054; 508266, 3701084; 
508206, 3701084; 508206, 3701114; 508146, 3701114; 508146, 3701144; 
508176, 3701144; 508176, 3701234; 508146, 3701234; 508146, 3701294; 
508116, 3701294; 508116, 3701384; 508056, 3701384; 508056, 3701414; 
507996, 3701414; 507996, 3701444; 507906, 3701444; 507906, 3701474; 
507876, 3701474; 507876, 3701534; 507846, 3701534; 507846, 3701684; 
507816, 3701684; 507816, 3701714; 507786, 3701714; 507786, 3701744; 
507696, 3701744; 507696, 3701834; 507666, 3701834; 507666, 3702014; 
507636, 3702014; 507636, 3702134; 507606, 3702134; 507606, 3702194; 
507576, 3702194; 507576, 3702224; 507516, 3702224; 507516, 3702194; 
507486, 3702194; 507486, 3702164; 507456, 3702164; 507456, 3702104; 
507426, 3702104; 507426, 3702044; 507396, 3702044; 507396, 3701954; 
507306, 3701954; 507306, 3701924; 507216, 3701924; 507216, 3701954; 
507186, 3701954; 507186, 3701984; 507156, 3701984; 507156, 3702014; 
507126, 3702014; 507126, 3702044; 507096, 3702044; 507096, 3702074; 
507066, 3702074; 507066, 3702104; 507036, 3702104; 507036, 3702134; 
506976, 3702134; 506976, 3702164; 506946, 3702164; 506946, 3702194; 
506916, 3702194; 506916, 3702224; 506886, 3702224; 506886, 3702254; 
506856, 3702254; 506856, 3702284; 506826, 3702284; 506826, 3702344; 
506796, 3702344; 506796, 3702374; 506766, 3702374; 506766, 3702404; 
506736, 3702404; 506736, 3702434; 506706, 3702434; 506706, 3702464; 
506676, 3702464; 506676, 3702494; 506646, 3702494; 506646, 3702524; 
506616, 3702524; 506616, 3702554; 506586, 3702554; 506586, 3702584; 
506556, 3702584; 506556, 3702614; 506496, 3702614; 506496, 3702644; 
506466, 3702644; 506466, 3702674; 506376, 3702674; 506376, 3702704; 
506346, 3702704; 506346, 3702734; 506286, 3702734; 506286, 3702764; 
506256, 3702764; 506256, 3702734; 506076, 3702734; 506076, 3702704; 
506016, 3702704; 506016, 3702674; 505986, 3702674; 505986, 3702644; 
505956, 3702644; 505956, 3702614; 505866, 3702614; 505866, 3702644; 
505836, 3702644; 505836, 3702704; 505806, 3702704; 505806, 3702764; 
505896, 3702764; 505896, 3702794; 505926, 3702794; 505926, 3702824; 
505956, 3702824; 505956, 3702854; 505986, 3702854; 505986, 3702974; 
505956, 3702974; 505956, 3703034; 505776, 3703034; 505776, 3703124; 
505746, 3703124; 505746, 3703154; 505686, 3703154; 505686, 3703184; 
505596, 3703184; 505596, 3703154; 505476, 3703154; 505476, 3703094; 
505446, 3703094; 505446, 3703064; 505416, 3703064; 505416, 3703034; 
505326, 3703034; 505326, 3703064; 505236, 3703064; 505236, 3703094; 
505176, 3703094; 505176, 3703064; 505146, 3703064; 505146, 3703094; 
505086, 3703094; 505086, 3703124; 504996, 3703124; 504996, 3703154; 
504906, 3703154; 504906, 3703184; 504846, 3703184; 504846, 3703154; 
504816, 3703154; 504816, 3703184; 504696, 3703184; 504696, 3703214; 
504576, 3703214; 504576, 3703244; 504516, 3703244; 504516, 3703274; 
504306, 3703274; 504306, 3703304; 504276, 3703304; 504276, 3703274; 
504186, 3703274; 504186, 3703334; 504096, 3703334; 504096, 3703424; 
504126, 3703424; 504126, 3703454; 504096, 3703454; 504096, 3703484; 
503796, 3703484; 503796, 3703514; 503736, 3703514; 503736, 3703604; 
503706, 3703604; 503706, 3703724; 503556, 3703724; 503556, 3703844; 
503526, 3703844; 503526, 3703904; 503556, 3703904; 503556, 3703934; 
503586, 3703934; 503586, 3704192; 503591, 3704196; 503652, 3704385; 
503788, 3704551; 503959, 3704548; 504076, 3704590; 504156, 3704662; 
504165, 3704684; 504216, 3704684; 504216, 3704654; 504276, 3704654; 
504276, 3704624; 504246, 3704624; 504246, 3704564; 504216, 3704564; 
504216, 3704534; 504246, 3704534; 504246, 3704504; 504276, 3704504; 
504276, 3704474; 504306, 3704474; 504306, 3704414; 504336, 3704414; 
504336, 3704384; 504366, 3704384; 504366, 3704294; 504336, 3704294; 
504336, 3704264; 504306, 3704264; 504306, 3704084; 504456, 3704084; 
504456, 3704024; 504546, 3704024; 504546, 3704054; 504576, 3704054; 
504576, 3704084; 504606, 3704084; 504606, 3704114; 504636, 3704114; 
504636, 3704144; 504666, 3704144; 504666, 3704174; 504756, 3704174; 
504756, 3704114; 504726, 3704114; 504726, 3703994; 504786, 3703994; 
504786, 3704024; 504816, 3704024; 504816, 3704054; 504876, 3704054; 
504876, 3704084; 504996, 3704084; 504996, 3704114; 505086, 3704114; 
505086, 3704054; 505056, 3704054; 505056, 3703994; 505026, 3703994; 
505026, 3703964; 504996, 3703964; 504996, 3703904; 504966, 3703904; 
504966, 3703874; 505056, 3703874; 505056, 3703904; 505206, 3703904; 
505206, 3703934; 505356, 3703934; 505356, 3703994; 505386, 3703994; 
505386, 3704024; 505536, 3704024; 505536, 3703994; 505626, 3703994; 
505626, 3704024; 505656, 3704024; 505656, 3703994; 505746, 3703994;

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505746, 3704024; 505806, 3704024; 505806, 3703994; 505836, 3703994; 
505836, 3703934; 505896, 3703934; 505896, 3703904; 505926, 3703904; 
505926, 3703874; 506076, 3703874; 506076, 3703934; 506166, 3703934; 
506166, 3703904; 506196, 3703904; 506196, 3703844; 506286, 3703844; 
506286, 3703874; 506346, 3703874; 506346, 3703904; 506376, 3703904; 
506376, 3703874; 506436, 3703874; 506436, 3703844; 506406, 3703844; 
506406, 3703784; 506376, 3703784; 506376, 3703694; 506406, 3703694; 
506406, 3703664; 506436, 3703664; 506436, 3703574; 506406, 3703574; 
506406, 3703544; 506346, 3703544; 506346, 3703514; 506256, 3703514; 
506256, 3703454; 506286, 3703454; 506286, 3703424; 506316, 3703424; 
506346, 3703424; 506346, 3703454; 506406, 3703454; 506406, 3703484; 
506526, 3703484; 506526, 3703454; 506556, 3703454; 506556, 3703424; 
506526, 3703424; 506526, 3703364; 506496, 3703364; 506496, 3703274; 
506526, 3703274; 506526, 3703244; 506586, 3703244; 506586, 3703214; 
506616, 3703214; 506616, 3703184; 506586, 3703184; 506586, 3703124; 
506616, 3703124; 506616, 3703094; 506646, 3703094; 506646, 3703064; 
506676, 3703064; 506676, 3703034; 506706, 3703034; 506706, 3703004; 
506586, 3703004; 506586, 3702974; 506616, 3702974; 506616, 3702914; 
506646, 3702914; 506646, 3702734; 506676, 3702734; 506676, 3702704; 
506706, 3702704; 506706, 3702644; 506736, 3702644; 506736, 3702614; 
506766, 3702614; 506766, 3702584; 506796, 3702584; 506796, 3702554; 
506856, 3702554; 506856, 3702524; 506916, 3702524; 506916, 3702494; 
506946, 3702494; 506946, 3702524; 506976, 3702524; 506976, 3702554; 
507006, 3702554; 507006, 3702584; 507126, 3702584; 507126, 3702614; 
507156, 3702614; 507156, 3702764; 507246, 3702764; 507246, 3702734; 
507276, 3702734; 507276, 3702704; 507336, 3702704; 507336, 3702734; 
507366, 3702734; 507366, 3702764; 507396, 3702764; 507396, 3702794; 
507426, 3702794; 507426, 3702764; 507546, 3702764; 507546, 3702794; 
507576, 3702794; 507576, 3702824; 507696, 3702824; 507696, 3702794; 
507966, 3702794; 507966, 3702704; 507996, 3702704; 507996, 3702614; 
508026, 3702614; 508026, 3702554; 508056, 3702554; 508056, 3702464; 
508086, 3702464; 508086, 3702344; 508116, 3702344; 508116, 3702194; 
508146, 3702194; 508146, 3702104; 508176, 3702104; 508176, 3701984; 
508146, 3701984; 508146, 3701954; 508086, 3701954; 508086, 3701924; 
508206, 3701924; 508206, 3701894; 508236, 3701894; 508236, 3701864; 
508266, 3701864; 508266, 3701834; 508296, 3701834; 508296, 3701804; 
508446, 3701804; 508446, 3701774; 508476, 3701774; 508476, 3701804; 
508506, 3701804; 508506, 3701774; 508536, 3701774; 508536, 3701714; 
508506, 3701714; 508506, 3701624; 508416, 3701624; 508416, 3701594; 
508296, 3701594; 508296, 3701564; 508266, 3701564; 508266, 3701534; 
508296, 3701534; 508296, 3701504; 508326, 3701504; 508326, 3701474; 
508386, 3701474; 508386, 3701414; 508356, 3701414; 508356, 3701384; 
508326, 3701384; 508326, 3701324; 508296, 3701324; 508296, 3701234; 
508326, 3701234; 508326, 3701174; 508356, 3701174; 508356, 3701144; 
508386, 3701144; 508386, 3701114; 508416, 3701114; 508416, 3701084; 
508446, 3701084; 508446, 3701024; 508476, 3701024; 508476, 3700964; 
508506, 3700964; 508506, 3700934; 508536, 3700934; 508536, 3700874; 
508566, 3700874; 508566, 3700844; 508596, 3700844; 508596, 3700784; 
508626, 3700784; 508626, 3700724; 508656, 3700724; 508656, 3700694; 
508746, 3700694; 508746, 3700724; 508776, 3700724; 508776, 3700754; 
508836, 3700754; 508836, 3700784; 508866, 3700784; 508866, 3700814; 
508896, 3700814; 508896, 3700874; 508986, 3700874; 508986, 3700934; 
509136, 3700934; 509136, 3700904; 509166, 3700904; 509166, 3700874; 
509196, 3700874; 509196, 3700754; 509316, 3700754; 509316, 3700814; 
509286, 3700814; 509286, 3700904; 509316, 3700904; 509316, 3700874; 
509346, 3700874; 509346, 3700844; 509466, 3700844; 509466, 3700934; 
509496, 3700934; 509496, 3700964; 509586, 3700964; 509586, 3700934; 
509646, 3700934; 509646, 3700964; 509706, 3700964; 509706, 3701024; 
509736, 3701024; 509736, 3701084; 509766, 3701084; 509766, 3701144; 
509796, 3701144; 509796, 3701174; 509856, 3701174; 509856, 3701204; 
509916, 3701204; 509916, 3701234; 509976, 3701234; 509976, 3701264; 
510186, 3701264; 510186, 3701234; 510246, 3701234; 510246, 3701174; 
510306, 3701174; 510306, 3701144; 510366, 3701144; 510366, 3701114; 
510396, 3701114; 510396, 3700934; 510426, 3700934; 510426, 3700904; 
510456, 3700904; 510456, 3700994; 510486, 3700994; 510486, 3700964; 
510516, 3700964; 510516, 3700934; 510576, 3700934; 510576, 3700904; 
510606, 3700904; 510606, 3700874; 510666, 3700874; 510666, 3700844; 
510696, 3700844; 510696, 3700784; 510666, 3700784; 510666, 3700754; 
510636, 3700754; 510636, 3700694; 510666, 3700694; 510666, 3700664; 
510696, 3700664; 510696, 3700634; 510816, 3700634; 510816, 3700604; 
510876, 3700604; 510876, 3700574; 510906, 3700574; 510906, 3700634; 
510966, 3700634; 510966, 3700724; 510996, 3700724; 510996, 3700754; 
511056, 3700754; 511056, 3700784; 511086, 3700784; 511086, 3700814; 
511116, 3700814; 511116, 3700874; 511206, 3700874; 511206, 3700844; 
511236, 3700844; 511236, 3700814; 511326, 3700814; 511326, 3700754; 
511356, 3700754; 511356, 3700724; 511386, 3700724; 511386, 3700694; 
511536, 3700694; 511536, 3700664; 511596, 3700664; 511596, 3700694; 
511716, 3700694; 511716, 3700664; 511746, 3700664; 511746, 3700634; 
511776, 3700634; 511776, 3700604; 511806, 3700604; 511806, 3700634; 
511836, 3700634; 511836, 3700724; 511866, 3700724; 511866, 3700754; 
511896, 3700754; 511896, 3700724; 512046, 3700724; 512046, 3700754; 
512136, 3700754; 512136, 3700724; 512166, 3700724; 512166, 3700754; 
512316, 3700754; 512316, 3700724; 512346, 3700724; 512346, 3700694; 
512466, 3700694; 512466, 3700664; 512556, 3700664; 512556, 3700634; 
512676, 3700634; 512676, 3700604; 512736, 3700604; 512736, 3700574; 
512796, 3700574; 512796, 3700544; 512856, 3700544; 512856, 3700514; 
512946, 3700514; 512946, 3700484; 513156, 3700484; 513156, 3700454; 
513306, 3700454; 513306, 3700484; 513486, 3700484; 513486, 3700454; 
513516, 3700454; 513516, 3700424; 513546, 3700424; 513546, 3700334; 
513576, 3700334; 513576, 3700124; 513546, 3700124; 513546, 3700094; 
513516, 3700094; 513516, 3700034; 513456, 3700034; 513456, 3700064; 
513396, 3700064; 513396, 3700034; 513336, 3700034; 513336, 3699914; 
513366, 3699914; 513366, 3699884; 513456, 3699884; 513456, 3699824; 
513486, 3699824; 513486, 3699794; 513456, 3699794; 513456, 3699764; 
513486, 3699764; 513486, 3699734; 513516, 3699734; 513516, 3699704; 
513546, 3699704; 513546, 3699584; 513576, 3699584; 513576, 3699464; 
513486, 3699464; 513486, 3699494; 513396, 3699494; 513396, 3699524; 
513336, 3699524; 513336, 3699404; 513426, 3699404; 513426, 3699284; 
513396, 3699284; 513396, 3699134; 513426, 3699134; 513426, 3699104; 
513486, 3699104; 513486, 3699074; 513696, 3699074; 513696, 3699104; 
513906, 3699104; 513906, 3699044; 513936, 3699044; 513936, 3699014; 
513966, 3699014; 513966, 3698804; 514056, 3698804; 514056, 3698774;

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514086, 3698774; 514086, 3698744; 514116, 3698744; 514116, 3698714; 
514146, 3698714; 514146, 3698684; 514176, 3698684; 514176, 3698654; 
514236, 3698654; 514236, 3698624; 514266, 3698624; 514266, 3698594; 
514296, 3698594; 514296, 3698534; 514326, 3698534; 514326, 3698504; 
514356, 3698504; 514356, 3698294; 514386, 3698294; 514386, 3698264; 
514476, 3698264; 514476, 3698234; 514506, 3698234; 514506, 3698204; 
514536, 3698204; 514536, 3698054; 514566, 3698054; 514566, 3698024; 
514626, 3698024; 514626, 3697994; 514716, 3697994; 514716, 3697964; 
514746, 3697964; 514746, 3697934; 514776, 3697934; 514776, 3697904; 
514836, 3697904; 514836, 3697874; 514986, 3697874; 514986, 3697814; 
515016, 3697814; 515016, 3697754; 515046, 3697754; 515046, 3697724; 
515076, 3697724; 515076, 3697694; 515136, 3697694; 515136, 3697664; 
515166, 3697664; 515166, 3697634; 515256, 3697634; 515256, 3697664; 
515346, 3697664; 515346, 3697574; 515436, 3697574; 515436, 3697514; 
515496, 3697514; 515496, 3697484; 515646, 3697484; 515646, 3697424; 
515736, 3697424; 515736, 3697394; 515766, 3697394; 515766, 3697364; 
515856, 3697364; 515856, 3697394; 515886, 3697394; 515886, 3697514; 
515856, 3697514; 515856, 3697544; 515826, 3697544; 515826, 3697574; 
515796, 3697574; 515796, 3697694; 515976, 3697694; 515976, 3697664; 
516006, 3697664; 516006, 3697604; 516096, 3697604; 516096, 3697634; 
516126, 3697634; 516126, 3697664; 516156, 3697664; 516156, 3697694; 
516186, 3697694; 516186, 3697724; 516216, 3697724; 516216, 3697754; 
516276, 3697754; 516276, 3697784; 516366, 3697784; 516366, 3697754; 
516546, 3697754; 516546, 3697724; 516576, 3697724; 516576, 3697664; 
516606, 3697664; 516606, 3697634; 516666, 3697634; 516666, 3697604; 
516696, 3697604; 516696, 3697574; 516726, 3697574; 516726, 3697544; 
516816, 3697544; 516816, 3697514; 516846, 3697514; 516846, 3697484; 
516876, 3697484; 516876, 3697454; 516906, 3697454; 516906, 3697394; 
516936, 3697394; 516936, 3697214; 516906, 3697214; 516906, 3697034; 
516876, 3697034; 516876, 3697004; 516906, 3697004; 516906, 3696884; 
516936, 3696884; 516936, 3696794; 516906, 3696794; 516906, 3696734; 
516876, 3696734; 516876, 3696704; 516816, 3696704; 516816, 3696674; 
516786, 3696674; 516786, 3696644; 516846, 3696644; 516846, 3696554; 
516786, 3696554; 516786, 3696524; 516756, 3696524; 516756, 3696494; 
516696, 3696494; 516696, 3696464; 516756, 3696464; 516756, 3696434; 
516846, 3696434; 516846, 3696404; 516876, 3696404; 516876, 3696374; 
516846, 3696374; 516846, 3696344; 516876, 3696344; 516876, 3696314; 
516906, 3696314; 516906, 3696284; 516936, 3696284; 516936, 3696254; 
516966, 3696254; 516966, 3696224; 517026, 3696224; 517026, 3696194; 
517056, 3696194; 517056, 3696134; 517086, 3696134; 517086, 3696104; 
517116, 3696104; 517116, 3696074; 517206, 3696074; 517206, 3696104; 
517236, 3696104; 517236, 3696074; 517266, 3696074; 517266, 3696044; 
517326, 3696044; 517326, 3696074; 517386, 3696074; 517386, 3696014; 
517416, 3696014; 517416, 3695924; 517386, 3695924; 517386, 3695864; 
517476, 3695864; 517476, 3695834; 517506, 3695834; 517506, 3695774; 
517536, 3695774; 517536, 3695714; 517566, 3695714; 517566, 3695744; 
517626, 3695744; 517626, 3695684; 517686, 3695684; 517686, 3695624; 
517716, 3695624; 517716, 3695564; 517746, 3695564; 517746, 3695504; 
517776, 3695504; 517776, 3695474; 517806, 3695474; 517806, 3695414; 
517836, 3695414; 517836, 3695354; 517896, 3695354; 517896, 3695324; 
518166, 3695324; 518166, 3695354; 518196, 3695354; 518196, 3695414; 
518226, 3695414; 518226, 3695444; 518256, 3695444; 518256, 3695474; 
518256, 3695504; 518226, 3695504; 518226, 3695534; 518196, 3695534; 
518196, 3695594; 518166, 3695594; 518166, 3695714; 518196, 3695714; 
518196, 3695744; 518256, 3695744; 518256, 3695714; 518316, 3695714; 
518316, 3695684; 518346, 3695684; 518346, 3695654; 518376, 3695654; 
518376, 3695624; 518436, 3695624; 518436, 3695594; 518466, 3695594; 
518466, 3695564; 518496, 3695564; 518496, 3695534; 518526, 3695534; 
518526, 3695474; 518556, 3695474; 518556, 3695444; 518586, 3695444; 
518586, 3695474; 518646, 3695474; 518646, 3695444; 518766, 3695444; 
518766, 3695474; 518796, 3695474; 518796, 3695504; 518826, 3695504; 
518826, 3695534; 518856, 3695534; 518856, 3695624; 518886, 3695624; 
518886, 3695654; 518976, 3695654; 518976, 3695624; 519156, 3695624; 
519156, 3695654; 519246, 3695654; 519246, 3695684; 519276, 3695684; 
519276, 3695714; 519306, 3695714; 519306, 3695744; 519336, 3695744; 
519336, 3695774; 519366, 3695774; 519366, 3695804; 519426, 3695804; 
519426, 3695834; 519486, 3695834; 519486, 3695804; 519546, 3695804; 
519546, 3695774; 519576, 3695774; 519576, 3695744; 519636, 3695744; 
519636, 3695684; 519666, 3695684; 519666, 3695594; 519696, 3695594; 
519696, 3695564; 519726, 3695564; 519726, 3695534; 519756, 3695534; 
519756, 3695504; 519846, 3695504; 519846, 3695474; 519876, 3695474; 
519876, 3695444; 519906, 3695444; 519906, 3695414; 519936, 3695414; 
519936, 3695384; 519996, 3695384; 519996, 3695354; 520026, 3695354; 
520026, 3695294; 520056, 3695294; 520056, 3695234; 520116, 3695234; 
520116, 3695204; 520146, 3695204; 520146, 3695174; 520176, 3695174; 
520176, 3695144; 520206, 3695144; 520206, 3695084; 520236, 3695084; 
520236, 3694964; 520266, 3694964; 520266, 3694724; 520296, 3694724; 
520296, 3694694; 520356, 3694694; 520356, 3694634; 520386, 3694634; 
520386, 3694424; 520356, 3694424; 520356, 3694304; 520386, 3694304; 
520386, 3694274; 520416, 3694274; 520416, 3694214; 520446, 3694214; 
520446, 3694184; 520476, 3694184; 520476, 3694094; 520536, 3694094; 
520536, 3694064; 520566, 3694064; 520566, 3694034; 520776, 3694034; 
520776, 3694004; 520836, 3694004; 520836, 3693974; 520866, 3693974; 
520866, 3693704; 520836, 3693704; 520836, 3693644; 520746, 3693644; 
520746, 3693614; 520656, 3693614; 520656, 3693644; 520536, 3693644; 
520536, 3693674; 520296, 3693674; 520296, 3693644; 520206, 3693644; 
520206, 3693614; 520116, 3693614; 520116, 3693644; 520086, 3693644; 
520086, 3693614; 520056, 3693614; 520056, 3693524; 519996, 3693524; 
519996, 3693464; 519966, 3693464; 519966, 3693404; 519996, 3693404; 
519996, 3693374; 520026, 3693374; 520026, 3693344; 520056, 3693344; 
520056, 3693314; 520086, 3693314; 520086, 3693344; 520116, 3693344; 
520116, 3693374; 520146, 3693374; 520146, 3693344; 520206, 3693344; 
520206, 3693314; 520236, 3693314; 520236, 3693254; 520266, 3693254; 
520266, 3693224; 520296, 3693224; 520296, 3693164; 520326, 3693164; 
520326, 3693104; 520386, 3693104; 520386, 3693074; 520416, 3693074; 
520416, 3693044; 520506, 3693044; 520506, 3693014; 520626, 3693014; 
520626, 3692984; 520746, 3692984; 520746, 3692954; 520806, 3692954; 
520806, 3692924; 520866, 3692924; 520866, 3692954; 520986, 3692954; 
520986, 3692924; 521016, 3692924; 521016, 3692954; 521046, 3692954; 
521046, 3692924; 521166, 3692924; 521166, 3692894; 521226, 3692894; 
521226, 3692864; 521346, 3692864; 521346, 3692834; 521376, 3692834; 
521376, 3692864; 521406, 3692864; 521406, 3692834; 521496, 3692834;

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521496, 3692864; 521556, 3692864; 521556, 3692834; 521586, 3692834; 
521586, 3692774; 521616, 3692774; 521616, 3692744; 521676, 3692744; 
521676, 3692774; 521826, 3692774; 521826, 3692744; 521856, 3692744; 
521856, 3692714; 521886, 3692714; 521886, 3692684; 521916, 3692684; 
521916, 3692714; 521976, 3692714; 521976, 3692744; 522006, 3692744; 
522006, 3692774; 522036, 3692774; 522036, 3692834; 522066, 3692834; 
522066, 3692774; 522096, 3692774; 522096, 3692714; 522126, 3692714; 
522126, 3692744; 522186, 3692744; 522186, 3692774; 522246, 3692774; 
522246, 3692744; 522276, 3692744; 522276, 3692654; 522306, 3692654; 
522306, 3692624; 522456, 3692624; 522456, 3692534; 522576, 3692534; 
522576, 3692504; 522606, 3692504; 522606, 3692414; 522576, 3692414; 
522576, 3692324; 522516, 3692324; 522516, 3692264; 522576, 3692264; 
522576, 3692204; 522606, 3692204; 522606, 3692114; 522636, 3692114; 
522636, 3692054; 522666, 3692054; 522666, 3692024; 522726, 3692024; 
522726, 3691994; 522846, 3691994; 522846, 3691964; 522936, 3691964; 
522936, 3691934; 523056, 3691934; 523056, 3691904; 523146, 3691904; 
523146, 3691874; 523176, 3691874; 523176, 3691814; 523206, 3691814; 
523206, 3691754; 523176, 3691754; 523176, 3691694; 523146, 3691694; 
523146, 3691664; 523116, 3691664; 523116, 3691634; 523056, 3691634; 
523056, 3691544; 523026, 3691544; 523026, 3691514; 522996, 3691514; 
522996, 3691454; 522966, 3691454; 522966, 3691424; 522936, 3691424; 
522936, 3691394; 522906, 3691394; 522906, 3691364; 522816, 3691364; 
522816, 3691334; 522756, 3691334; 522756, 3691244; 522696, 3691244; 
522696, 3691214; 522486, 3691214; 522486, 3691244; 522306, 3691244; 
522306, 3691274; 522246, 3691274; 522246, 3691304; 522216, 3691304; 
522216, 3691334; 522006, 3691334; 522006, 3691304; 521916, 3691304; 
521916, 3691334; 521796, 3691334; 521796, 3691304; 521766, 3691304; 
521766, 3691274; 521646, 3691274; 521646, 3691304; 521586, 3691304; 
521586, 3691334; 521556, 3691334; 521556, 3691394; 521526, 3691394; 
521526, 3691484; 521496, 3691484; 521496, 3691724; 521526, 3691724; 
521526, 3691934; 521496, 3691934; 521496, 3691964; 521466, 3691964; 
521466, 3691994; 521436, 3691994; 521436, 3692024; 521406, 3692024; 
521406, 3692054; 521316, 3692054; 521316, 3692084; 521286, 3692084; 
521286, 3692114; 521256, 3692114; 521256, 3692144; 521166, 3692144; 
521166, 3692174; 521136, 3692174; 521136, 3692264; 521106, 3692264; 
521106, 3692234; 521046, 3692234; 521046, 3692264; 521016, 3692264; 
521016, 3692294; 520896, 3692294; 520896, 3692324; 520806, 3692324; 
520806, 3692354; 520776, 3692354; 520776, 3692384; 520746, 3692384; 
520746, 3692414; 520716, 3692414; 520716, 3692444; 520656, 3692444; 
520656, 3692504; 520626, 3692504; returning to 520626, 3692624. 
Excluding land bounded by 518706, 3695084; 518706, 3695144; 518646, 
3695144; 518646, 3695174; 518616, 3695174; 518616, 3695204; 518586, 
3695204; 518586, 3695264; 518526, 3695264; 518526, 3695234; 518556, 
3695234; 518556, 3695174; 518526, 3695174; 518526, 3695144; 518496, 
3695144; 518496, 3695084; 518466, 3695084; 518466, 3695024; 518496, 
3695024; 518496, 3694994; 518616, 3694994; 518616, 3695024; 518676, 
3695024; 518676, 3695054; 518706, 3695054; returning to 518706, 
3695084. Excluding land bounded by 511632, 3699846; 511649, 3700252; 
511658, 3700476; 511603, 3700464; 511599, 3700463; 511595, 3700462; 
511591, 3700461; 511587, 3700460; 511583, 3700459; 511579, 3700458; 
511575, 3700456; 511572, 3700455; 511568, 3700454; 511564, 3700452; 
511560, 3700451; 511557, 3700449; 511553, 3700447; 511549, 3700446; 
511546, 3700444; 511542, 3700442; 511539, 3700440; 511535, 3700438; 
511532, 3700436; 511528, 3700434; 511525, 3700432; 511521, 3700429; 
511518, 3700427; 511515, 3700425; 511512, 3700422; 511508, 3700420; 
511505, 3700417; 511502, 3700415; 511497, 3700410; 511476, 3700391; 
511464, 3700454; 511444, 3700451; 511413, 3700446; 511371, 3700441; 
511325, 3700438; 511318, 3700256; 511545, 3700253; 511537, 3699847; 
returning to 511632, 3699846. Excluding land bounded by 509586, 
3700604; 509586, 3700634; 509616, 3700634; 509616, 3700664; 509646, 
3700664; 509646, 3700694; 509616, 3700694; 509616, 3700724; 509586, 
3700724; 509586, 3700754; 509526, 3700754; 509526, 3700724; 509496, 
3700724; 509496, 3700604; returning to 509586, 3700604. Excluding land 
bounded by 506076, 3703064; 506076, 3703094; 506046, 3703094; 506046, 
3703064; returning to 506076, 3703064.
    (iii) Subunit 13c: From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Vail Lake, 
Sage, Cahuilla Mtn., and Aguanga, land bounded by the following UTM 
coordinates (E, N): 508295, 3705827; 508285, 3705827; 508285, 3705874; 
508289, 3705912; 508352, 3705912; 508352, 3705827; returning to 508295, 
3705827.
    (iv) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 506990, 
3704380; 506962, 3704380; 506962, 3704408; 506990, 3704408; returning 
to 506990, 3704380.
    (v) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 505004, 
3706809; 505004, 3706791; 505033, 3706791; 505033, 3706735; 505203, 
3706735; 505203, 3706763; 505260, 3706763; 505260, 3706678; 505231, 
3706678; 505231, 3706649; 505260, 3706649; 505260, 3706621; 505373, 
3706621; 505373, 3706649; 505401, 3706649; 505401, 3706621; 505628, 
3706621; 505628, 3706649; 505714, 3706649; 505714, 3706678; 505770, 
3706678; 505770, 3706593; 505742, 3706593; 505742, 3706564; 505770, 
3706564; 505770, 3706451; 505799, 3706451; 505799, 3706423; 505855, 
3706423; 505855, 3706394; 505997, 3706394; 505997, 3706423; 506026, 
3706423; 506026, 3706252; 506054, 3706252; 506054, 3706224; 506082, 
3706224; 506082, 3706139; 506224, 3706139; 506224, 3706110; 506253, 
3706110; 506253, 3706082; 506281, 3706082; 506281, 3705940; 506309, 
3705940; 506309, 3706025; 506338, 3706025; 506338, 3706054; 506394, 
3706054; 506394, 3706082; 506451, 3706082; 506451, 3706054; 506479, 
3706054; 506479, 3705997; 506536, 3705997; 506536, 3705969; 506678, 
3705969; 506678, 3705940; 506877, 3705940; 506877, 3705855; 506905, 
3705855; 506905, 3705827; 506933, 3705827; 506933, 3705855; 506990, 
3705855; 506990, 3705827; 506962, 3705827; 506962, 3705742; 506990, 
3705742; 506990, 3705657; 507018, 3705657; 507018, 3705600; 507047, 
3705600; 507047, 3705571; 507081, 3705571; 507080, 3705462; 507387, 
3705460; 507387, 3705458; 507416, 3705458; 507416, 3705430; 507557, 
3705430; 507557, 3705458; 507586, 3705458; 507586, 3705459; 508287, 
3705456; 508286, 3705713; 508295, 3705713; 508295, 3705628; 508409, 
3705628; 508409, 3705657; 508465, 3705657; 508465, 3705458; 508494, 
3705458; 508494, 3705486; 508607, 3705486; 508607, 3705373; 508636, 
3705373; 508636, 3705458; 508664, 3705458; 508664, 3705486; 508749, 
3705486; 508749, 3705515; 509118, 3705515; 509118, 3705486; 509260, 
3705486; 509260, 3705515; 509316, 3705515; 509316, 3705543; 509345, 
3705543; 509345, 3705628; 509487, 3705628; 509487, 3705600; 509572, 
3705600; 509572, 3705571; 509600, 3705571; 509600, 3705401; 509628, 
3705401; 509628, 3705373; 509685, 3705373; 509685, 3705401; 509799,

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3705401; 509799, 3705373; 509855, 3705373; 509855, 3705345; 509884, 
3705345; 509884, 3705316; 509912, 3705316; 509912, 3705288; 509920, 
3705288; 509899, 3705048; 510763, 3705036; 510763, 3705032; 510735, 
3705032; 510735, 3705004; 510678, 3705004; 510678, 3704976; 510621, 
3704976; 510621, 3704947; 510593, 3704947; 510593, 3704919; 510565, 
3704919; 510565, 3704891; 510536, 3704891; 510536, 3704720; 510593, 
3704720; 510593, 3704607; 510536, 3704607; 510536, 3704579; 510508, 
3704579; 510508, 3704465; 510394, 3704465; 510394, 3704493; 510366, 
3704493; 510366, 3704522; 510281, 3704522; 510281, 3704493; 510224, 
3704493; 510224, 3704465; 510196, 3704465; 510196, 3704380; 510224, 
3704380; 510224, 3704352; 510281, 3704352; 510281, 3704323; 510366, 
3704323; 510366, 3704295; 510394, 3704295; 510394, 3704238; 510423, 
3704238; 510423, 3704153; 510394, 3704153; 510394, 3704068; 510366, 
3704068; 510366, 3704040; 510281, 3704040; 510281, 3704125; 510224, 
3704125; 510224, 3704153; 510196, 3704153; 510196, 3704125; 510139, 
3704125; 510139, 3704068; 510111, 3704068; 510111, 3704040; 510082, 
3704040; 510082, 3703926; 509969, 3703926; 509969, 3703954; 509940, 
3703954; 509940, 3703983; 509884, 3703983; 509884, 3704011; 509827, 
3704011; 509827, 3704040; 509799, 3704040; 509799, 3704068; 509742, 
3704068; 509742, 3704096; 509714, 3704096; 509714, 3704153; 509685, 
3704153; 509685, 3704210; 509628, 3704210; 509628, 3704181; 509600, 
3704181; 509600, 3704153; 509572, 3704153; 509572, 3704096; 509543, 
3704096; 509543, 3704068; 509487, 3704068; 509487, 3704096; 509401, 
3704096; 509401, 3704153; 509373, 3704153; 509373, 3704181; 509345, 
3704181; 509345, 3704238; 509316, 3704238; 509316, 3704096; 509345, 
3704096; 509345, 3704011; 509175, 3704011; 509175, 3703983; 509089, 
3703983; 509089, 3704096; 509061, 3704096; 509061, 3704266; 509004, 
3704266; 509004, 3704323; 508976, 3704323; 508976, 3704493; 508948, 
3704493; 508948, 3704522; 508919, 3704522; 508919, 3704550; 508891, 
3704550; 508891, 3704579; 508862, 3704579; 508862, 3704522; 508834, 
3704522; 508834, 3704493; 508777, 3704493; 508777, 3704408; 508749, 
3704408; 508749, 3704380; 508721, 3704380; 508721, 3704323; 508692, 
3704323; 508692, 3704295; 508664, 3704295; 508664, 3704323; 508636, 
3704323; 508636, 3704352; 508607, 3704352; 508607, 3704380; 508579, 
3704380; 508579, 3704408; 508503, 3704408; 508503, 3704670; 508299, 
3704685; 508284, 3704713; 508213, 3704720; 508180, 3704674; 508188, 
3704581; 508188, 3704466; 508180, 3704409; 508125, 3704284; 508125, 
3704437; 508097, 3704437; 508097, 3704465; 508068, 3704465; 508068, 
3704579; 508040, 3704579; 508040, 3704720; 508011, 3704720; 508011, 
3704777; 507983, 3704777; 507983, 3704947; 508011, 3704947; 508011, 
3704976; 507983, 3704976; 507983, 3705061; 508040, 3705061; 508040, 
3705089; 508068, 3705089; 508068, 3705118; 508097, 3705118; 508097, 
3705174; 508068, 3705174; 508068, 3705203; 508011, 3705203; 508011, 
3705231; 507955, 3705231; 507955, 3705259; 507926, 3705259; 507926, 
3705231; 507699, 3705231; 507699, 3705174; 507728, 3705174; 507728, 
3705146; 507756, 3705146; 507756, 3705118; 507784, 3705118; 507784, 
3705089; 507841, 3705089; 507841, 3705061; 507870, 3705061; 507870, 
3705004; 507841, 3705004; 507841, 3704692; 507784, 3704692; 507784, 
3704720; 507728, 3704720; 507728, 3704692; 507699, 3704692; 507699, 
3704635; 507671, 3704635; 507671, 3704579; 507614, 3704579; 507614, 
3704607; 507586, 3704607; 507586, 3704749; 507557, 3704749; 507557, 
3704777; 507529, 3704777; 507529, 3704834; 507501, 3704834; 507501, 
3704862; 507472, 3704862; 507472, 3704891; 507444, 3704891; 507444, 
3704862; 507416, 3704862; 507416, 3704720; 507444, 3704720; 507444, 
3704692; 507416, 3704692; 507416, 3704635; 507359, 3704635; 507359, 
3704664; 507302, 3704664; 507302, 3704692; 507274, 3704692; 507274, 
3704720; 507245, 3704720; 507245, 3704550; 507217, 3704550; 507217, 
3704607; 507104, 3704607; 507104, 3704579; 507075, 3704579; 507075, 
3704408; 506990, 3704408; 506990, 3704493; 506962, 3704493; 506962, 
3704664; 506990, 3704664; 506990, 3704692; 506962, 3704692; 506962, 
3704720; 506990, 3704720; 506990, 3704749; 506933, 3704749; 506933, 
3704777; 506905, 3704777; 506905, 3704805; 506820, 3704805; 506820, 
3704777; 506792, 3704777; 506792, 3704720; 506763, 3704720; 506763, 
3704777; 506735, 3704777; 506735, 3704834; 506706, 3704834; 506706, 
3704919; 506678, 3704919; 506678, 3704947; 506565, 3704947; 506565, 
3705004; 506593, 3705004; 506593, 3705118; 506565, 3705118; 506565, 
3705146; 506536, 3705146; 506536, 3705174; 506508, 3705174; 506508, 
3705203; 506479, 3705203; 506479, 3705231; 506451, 3705231; 506451, 
3705345; 506479, 3705345; 506479, 3705430; 506451, 3705430; 506451, 
3705458; 506423, 3705458; 506423, 3705430; 506394, 3705430; 506394, 
3705259; 506281, 3705259; 506281, 3705231; 506253, 3705231; 506253, 
3705203; 506281, 3705203; 506281, 3705118; 506253, 3705118; 506253, 
3705061; 506224, 3705061; 506224, 3705089; 506167, 3705089; 506167, 
3705174; 506139, 3705174; 506139, 3705203; 506082, 3705203; 506082, 
3705231; 506026, 3705231; 506026, 3705203; 505969, 3705203; 505969, 
3705174; 505940, 3705174; 505940, 3705203; 505827, 3705203; 505827, 
3705231; 505799, 3705231; 505799, 3705259; 505770, 3705259; 505770, 
3705316; 505742, 3705316; 505742, 3705345; 505714, 3705345; 505714, 
3705373; 505685, 3705373; 505685, 3705543; 505657, 3705543; 505657, 
3705600; 505628, 3705600; 505628, 3705628; 505600, 3705628; 505600, 
3705685; 505628, 3705685; 505628, 3705713; 505657, 3705713; 505657, 
3705798; 505543, 3705798; 505543, 3705940; 505487, 3705940; 505487, 
3705912; 505316, 3705912; 505316, 3705884; 505288, 3705884; 505288, 
3705855; 505260, 3705855; 505260, 3705827; 505231, 3705827; 505231, 
3705798; 505174, 3705798; 505174, 3705770; 505146, 3705770; 505146, 
3705742; 505118, 3705742; 505118, 3705713; 505089, 3705713; 505089, 
3705628; 505118, 3705628; 505118, 3705600; 505203, 3705600; 505203, 
3705486; 505174, 3705486; 505174, 3705458; 505146, 3705458; 505146, 
3705401; 505061, 3705401; 505061, 3705373; 505033, 3705373; 505033, 
3705430; 505004, 3705430; 505004, 3705458; 504976, 3705458; 504976, 
3705515; 504948, 3705515; 504948, 3705543; 504891, 3705543; 504891, 
3705515; 504862, 3705515; 504862, 3705486; 504834, 3705486; 504834, 
3705430; 504806, 3705430; 504806, 3705458; 504749, 3705458; 504749, 
3705486; 504721, 3705486; 504721, 3705515; 504692, 3705515; 504692, 
3705543; 504550, 3705543; 504550, 3705373; 504522, 3705373; 504522, 
3705345; 504465, 3705345; 504465, 3705288; 504437, 3705288; 504437, 
3705284; 504424, 3705291; 504400, 3705371; 504335, 3705756; 504255, 
3706069; 504123, 3706197; 504096, 3706220; 504096, 3706224; 504125, 
3706224; 504125, 3706252; 504153, 3706252; 504153, 3706281; 504182, 
3706281; 504182, 3706337; 504153, 3706337; 504153, 3706366; 504182, 
3706366; 504182, 3706564; 504210, 3706564; 504210, 3706593; 504238, 
3706593; 504238, 3706564; 504267, 3706564; 504267, 3706536; 504295,

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3706536; 504295, 3706564; 504352, 3706564; 504352, 3706536; 504380, 
3706536; 504380, 3706508; 504409, 3706508; 504409, 3706479; 504465, 
3706479; 504465, 3706508; 504494, 3706508; 504494, 3706536; 504550, 
3706536; 504550, 3706564; 504692, 3706564; 504692, 3706536; 504721, 
3706536; 504721, 3706706; 504777, 3706706; 504777, 3706763; 504834, 
3706763; 504834, 3706791; 504891, 3706791; 504891, 3706820; 504919, 
3706820; 504919, 3706848; 505004, 3706848; returning to 505004, 
3706809. Excluding land bounded by 505004, 3706621; 505004, 3706593; 
505033, 3706593; 505033, 3706536; 505089, 3706536; 505089, 3706593; 
505061, 3706593; 505061, 3706649; 505033, 3706649; 505033, 3706621; 
returning to 505004, 3706621.
    (vi) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 512834, 
3706987; 512834, 3706962; 512891, 3706962; 512891, 3706980; 513089, 
3706957; 513089, 3706933; 513061, 3706933; 513061, 3706820; 513089, 
3706820; 513089, 3706848; 513146, 3706848; 513146, 3706791; 513203, 
3706791; 513203, 3706763; 513288, 3706763; 513288, 3706791; 513345, 
3706791; 513345, 3706763; 513373, 3706763; 513373, 3706706; 513345, 
3706706; 513345, 3706678; 513146, 3706678; 513146, 3706649; 513089, 
3706649; 513089, 3706621; 513061, 3706621; 513061, 3706479; 513089, 
3706479; 513089, 3706423; 513146, 3706423; 513146, 3706394; 513175, 
3706394; 513175, 3706337; 513203, 3706337; 513203, 3706281; 513231, 
3706281; 513231, 3706252; 513260, 3706252; 513260, 3706224; 513288, 
3706224; 513288, 3706196; 513316, 3706196; 513316, 3706054; 513288, 
3706054; 513288, 3705912; 513260, 3705912; 513260, 3705827; 513231, 
3705827; 513231, 3705770; 513203, 3705770; 513203, 3705657; 513175, 
3705657; 513175, 3705628; 513146, 3705628; 513146, 3705600; 513118, 
3705600; 513118, 3705543; 513089, 3705543; 513089, 3705515; 512862, 
3705515; 512862, 3705486; 512636, 3705486; 512636, 3705458; 512579, 
3705458; 512579, 3705430; 512323, 3705430; 512323, 3705401; 512295, 
3705401; 512295, 3705373; 512238, 3705373; 512238, 3705316; 512210, 
3705316; 512210, 3705288; 511955, 3705288; 511955, 3705259; 511813, 
3705259; 511813, 3705231; 511671, 3705231; 511671, 3705203; 511586, 
3705203; 511586, 3705174; 511535, 3705174; 511525, 3706082; 511699, 
3706082; 511699, 3706110; 511728, 3706110; 511728, 3706139; 511756, 
3706139; 511756, 3706167; 511784, 3706167; 511784, 3706196; 511813, 
3706196; 511813, 3706224; 511898, 3706224; 511898, 3706196; 511911, 
3706196; 511916, 3705800; 512341, 3705773; 512337, 3706082; 512522, 
3706082; 512522, 3706110; 512579, 3706110; 512579, 3706139; 512550, 
3706139; 512550, 3706196; 512437, 3706196; 512437, 3706309; 512409, 
3706309; 512409, 3706366; 512437, 3706366; 512437, 3706564; 512465, 
3706564; 512465, 3706630; 512761, 3706595; 512751, 3706990; 512808, 
3706990; returning to 512834, 3706987.
    (vii) Note: Map of Unit 13 is provided at paragraph (17)(v) of this 
entry.
    (19) Unit 14: Lower and Middle San Luis Rey Basin, San Diego 
County, California.
    (i) From USGS 1:24,000 quadrangle maps Pechanga, San Luis Rey, 
Morro Hill, Bonsall, Pala, and Boucher Hill, land bounded by the 
following UTM coordinates (E, N): 505206, 3681404; 505206, 3681374; 
505266, 3681374; 505266, 3681344; 505326, 3681344; 505326, 3681224; 
505356, 3681224; 505356, 3681164; 505386, 3681164; 505386, 3681014; 
505356, 3681014; 505356, 3680984; 505326, 3680984; 505326, 3680864; 
505356, 3680864; 505356, 3680744; 505326, 3680744; 505326, 3680654; 
505356, 3680654; 505356, 3680624; 505326, 3680624; 505326, 3680594; 
505296, 3680594; 505296, 3680564; 505266, 3680564; 505266, 3680474; 
505236, 3680474; 505236, 3680429; 505066, 3680430; 505061, 3680430; 
505061, 3680553; 505061, 3680603; 505061, 3680603; 505061, 3680604; 
505061, 3680604; 505061, 3680604; 505061, 3680605; 505061, 3680605; 
505061, 3680605; 505061, 3680606; 505061, 3680606; 505061, 3680606; 
505061, 3680606; 505062, 3680607; 505062, 3680607; 505062, 3680607; 
505062, 3680607; 505062, 3680607; 505062, 3680608; 505062, 3680608; 
505062, 3680608; 505062, 3680608; 505062, 3680609; 505062, 3680609; 
505062, 3680609; 505062, 3680609; 505062, 3680610; 505062, 3680610; 
505062, 3680610; 505062, 3680610; 505062, 3680610; 505062, 3680611; 
505062, 3680611; 505062, 3680611; 505062, 3680612; 505062, 3680612; 
505062, 3680612; 505062, 3680612; 505062, 3680612; 505062, 3680612; 
505062, 3680613; 505062, 3680613; 505062, 3680613; 505062, 3680614; 
505062, 3680614; 505062, 3680614; 505062, 3680614; 505062, 3680615; 
505062, 3680615; 505062, 3680616; 505062, 3680616; 505062, 3680617; 
505062, 3680617; 505062, 3680617; 505062, 3680617; 505062, 3680617; 
505062, 3680617; 505062, 3680618; 505062, 3680618; 505062, 3680619; 
505062, 3680620; 505062, 3680620; 505062, 3680621; 505062, 3680621; 
505062, 3680622; 505062, 3680622; 505062, 3680623; 505062, 3680623; 
505062, 3680623; 505061, 3680624; 505061, 3680624; 505061, 3680625; 
505061, 3680625; 505061, 3680625; 505061, 3680625; 505061, 3680625; 
505065, 3680625; 505065, 3680726; 505066, 3680827; 505066, 3680927; 
505066, 3681113; 505066, 3681123; 505066, 3681123; 505066, 3681232; 
505066, 3681273; 505066, 3681344; 505146, 3681344; 505146, 3681374; 
505176, 3681374; 505176, 3681404; returning to 505206, 3681404.
    (ii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 496083, 
3690984; 496081, 3690778; 496186, 3690777; 496188, 3690982; 496083, 
3690984; 496085, 3691184; 496086, 3691184; 496086, 3691124; 496116, 
3691124; 496116, 3691094; 496146, 3691094; 496146, 3691034; 496176, 
3691034; 496176, 3691004; 496236, 3691004; 496236, 3690944; 496266, 
3690944; 496266, 3690884; 496296, 3690884; 496296, 3690854; 496326, 
3690854; 496326, 3690824; 496356, 3690824; 496356, 3690794; 496386, 
3690794; 496386, 3690764; 496416, 3690764; 496416, 3690734; 496446, 
3690734; 496446, 3690704; 496476, 3690704; 496476, 3690674; 496506, 
3690674; 496506, 3690644; 496536, 3690644; 496536, 3690614; 496596, 
3690614; 496596, 3690584; 496656, 3690584; 496656, 3690554; 496716, 
3690554; 496716, 3690524; 496806, 3690524; 496806, 3690494; 497106, 
3690494; 497106, 3690464; 497166, 3690464; 497166, 3690434; 497256, 
3690434; 497256, 3690404; 497298, 3690404; 497300, 3690146; 497496, 
3690141; 497496, 3690134; 497526, 3690134; 497526, 3689984; 497556, 
3689984; 497556, 3689924; 497526, 3689924; 497526, 3689804; 497556, 
3689804; 497556, 3689744; 497586, 3689744; 497586, 3689684; 497616, 
3689684; 497616, 3689654; 497676, 3689654; 497676, 3689624; 497747, 
3689624; 497758, 3689276; 497954, 3689277; 497951, 3689383; 498148, 
3689383; 498145, 3689534; 498186, 3689534; 498186, 3689504; 498216, 
3689504; 498216, 3689444; 498246, 3689444; 498246, 3689414; 498216, 
3689414; 498216, 3689264; 498246, 3689264; 498246, 3689234; 498216, 
3689234; 498216, 3689204; 498366, 3689204; 498366, 3689174; 498546, 
3689174; 498546, 3689144; 498576, 3689144; 498576, 3689054; 498546, 
3689054; 498546, 3689024; 498636, 3689024; 498636, 3688994; 498756, 
3688994; 498756, 3688964; 498786, 3688964; 498786, 3688934; 498876,

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3688934; 498876, 3688904; 498936, 3688904; 498936, 3688874; 499056, 
3688874; 499056, 3688844; 499266, 3688844; 499266, 3688814; 499326, 
3688814; 499326, 3688544; 499356, 3688544; 499356, 3688514; 499386, 
3688514; 499386, 3688454; 499416, 3688454; 499416, 3688364; 499446, 
3688364; 499446, 3688274; 499476, 3688274; 499476, 3688214; 499506, 
3688214; 499506, 3688124; 499536, 3688124; 499536, 3687884; 499566, 
3687884; 499566, 3687674; 499596, 3687674; 499596, 3687644; 499656, 
3687644; 499656, 3687614; 499686, 3687614; 499686, 3687584; 499746, 
3687584; 499746, 3687554; 499776, 3687554; 499776, 3687494; 499746, 
3687494; 499746, 3687464; 499716, 3687464; 499716, 3687374; 499746, 
3687374; 499746, 3687314; 499836, 3687314; 499836, 3687284; 499986, 
3687284; 499986, 3687314; 500046, 3687314; 500046, 3687284; 500076, 
3687284; 500076, 3687194; 500106, 3687194; 500106, 3687104; 500136, 
3687104; 500136, 3687074; 500166, 3687074; 500166, 3687014; 500196, 
3687014; 500196, 3686984; 500226, 3686984; 500226, 3686714; 500256, 
3686714; 500256, 3686684; 500256, 3686534; 500226, 3686534; 500226, 
3686444; 500286, 3686444; 500286, 3686384; 500316, 3686384; 500316, 
3686324; 500346, 3686324; 500346, 3686234; 500376, 3686234; 500376, 
3686174; 500406, 3686174; 500406, 3686084; 500436, 3686084; 500436, 
3685994; 500466, 3685994; 500466, 3685934; 500496, 3685934; 500496, 
3685904; 500556, 3685904; 500556, 3685874; 500586, 3685874; 500586, 
3685844; 500616, 3685844; 500616, 3685814; 500736, 3685814; 500736, 
3685844; 500796, 3685844; 500796, 3685814; 500826, 3685814; 500826, 
3685844; 500886, 3685844; 500886, 3685814; 500946, 3685814; 500946, 
3685784; 501006, 3685784; 501006, 3685754; 501066, 3685754; 501066, 
3685724; 501126, 3685724; 501126, 3685694; 501186, 3685694; 501186, 
3685664; 501216, 3685664; 501216, 3685574; 501246, 3685574; 501246, 
3685544; 501276, 3685544; 501276, 3685514; 501306, 3685514; 501306, 
3685484; 501366, 3685484; 501366, 3685424; 501396, 3685424; 501396, 
3685394; 501426, 3685394; 501426, 3685334; 501456, 3685334; 501456, 
3685304; 501486, 3685304; 501486, 3685274; 501546, 3685274; 501546, 
3685244; 501576, 3685244; 501576, 3685214; 501606, 3685214; 501606, 
3685184; 501666, 3685184; 501666, 3685154; 501756, 3685154; 501756, 
3685124; 501816, 3685124; 501816, 3685094; 501876, 3685094; 501876, 
3685064; 501996, 3685064; 501996, 3685034; 502116, 3685034; 502116, 
3685004; 502176, 3685004; 502176, 3684974; 502236, 3684974; 502236, 
3684944; 502266, 3684944; 502266, 3684974; 502326, 3684974; 502326, 
3685004; 502446, 3685004; 502446, 3684974; 502536, 3684974; 502536, 
3685004; 502566, 3685004; 502566, 3684974; 502626, 3684974; 502626, 
3684944; 502656, 3684944; 502656, 3684914; 502686, 3684914; 502686, 
3684854; 502716, 3684854; 502716, 3684764; 502746, 3684764; 502746, 
3684734; 502776, 3684734; 502776, 3684704; 502746, 3684704; 502746, 
3684644; 502716, 3684644; 502716, 3684554; 502746, 3684554; 502746, 
3684374; 502776, 3684374; 502776, 3684344; 502806, 3684344; 502806, 
3684314; 502836, 3684314; 502836, 3684284; 502866, 3684284; 502866, 
3684254; 502896, 3684254; 502896, 3684224; 502956, 3684224; 502956, 
3684014; 502986, 3684014; 502986, 3683834; 503016, 3683834; 503016, 
3683804; 502986, 3683804; 502986, 3683744; 502956, 3683744; 502956, 
3683594; 502986, 3683594; 502986, 3683474; 503016, 3683474; 503016, 
3683324; 503046, 3683324; 503046, 3683234; 503076, 3683234; 503076, 
3683174; 503106, 3683174; 503106, 3683084; 503166, 3683084; 503166, 
3683024; 503196, 3683024; 503196, 3682964; 503226, 3682964; 503226, 
3682934; 503256, 3682934; 503256, 3682844; 503286, 3682844; 503286, 
3682814; 503316, 3682814; 503316, 3682784; 503346, 3682784; 503346, 
3682754; 503406, 3682754; 503406, 3682724; 503436, 3682724; 503436, 
3682694; 503454, 3682694; 503452, 3682414; 503449, 3681953; 503449, 
3681950; 503446, 3681434; 503436, 3681434; 503436, 3681464; 503406, 
3681464; 503406, 3681494; 503286, 3681494; 503286, 3681524; 503226, 
3681524; 503226, 3681554; 503196, 3681554; 503196, 3681584; 503136, 
3681584; 503136, 3681614; 503106, 3681614; 503106, 3681644; 503076, 
3681644; 503076, 3681674; 503046, 3681674; 503046, 3681704; 502986, 
3681704; 502986, 3681734; 502866, 3681734; 502866, 3681764; 502746, 
3681764; 502686, 3681764; 502686, 3681734; 502626, 3681734; 502626, 
3681824; 502656, 3681824; 502656, 3681884; 502686, 3681884; 502686, 
3681914; 502716, 3681914; 502716, 3681944; 502746, 3681944; 502746, 
3681974; 502776, 3681974; 502776, 3682094; 502746, 3682094; 502746, 
3682214; 502716, 3682214; 502716, 3682244; 502536, 3682244; 502536, 
3682274; 502476, 3682274; 502476, 3682304; 502416, 3682304; 502416, 
3682334; 502356, 3682334; 502356, 3682364; 502326, 3682364; 502326, 
3682394; 502296, 3682394; 502296, 3682424; 502236, 3682424; 502236, 
3682394; 502176, 3682394; 502176, 3682424; 502116, 3682424; 502116, 
3682454; 502026, 3682454; 502026, 3682514; 502056, 3682514; 502056, 
3682544; 502086, 3682544; 502086, 3682574; 502116, 3682574; 502116, 
3682604; 502146, 3682604; 502146, 3682634; 502176, 3682634; 502176, 
3682694; 502206, 3682694; 502206, 3682754; 502236, 3682754; 502236, 
3682844; 502266, 3682844; 502266, 3682934; 502236, 3682934; 502236, 
3683084; 502206, 3683084; 502206, 3683114; 502176, 3683114; 502176, 
3683144; 502146, 3683144; 502146, 3683174; 502116, 3683174; 502116, 
3683234; 502086, 3683234; 502086, 3683264; 502056, 3683264; 502056, 
3683354; 502086, 3683354; 502086, 3683414; 502116, 3683414; 502116, 
3683504; 502086, 3683504; 502086, 3683624; 502056, 3683624; 502056, 
3683684; 502026, 3683684; 502026, 3683714; 501966, 3683714; 501966, 
3683744; 501936, 3683744; 501936, 3683804; 501906, 3683804; 501906, 
3683834; 501876, 3683834; 501876, 3683894; 501846, 3683894; 501846, 
3683984; 501816, 3683984; 501816, 3684044; 501786, 3684044; 501786, 
3684074; 501756, 3684074; 501756, 3684104; 501696, 3684104; 501696, 
3684074; 501666, 3684074; 501666, 3684044; 501606, 3684044; 501606, 
3684074; 501576, 3684074; 501576, 3684104; 501546, 3684104; 501546, 
3684134; 501456, 3684134; 501456, 3684164; 501336, 3684164; 501336, 
3684524; 501096, 3684524; 501096, 3684494; 501066, 3684494; 501066, 
3684464; 501036, 3684464; 501036, 3684434; 501006, 3684434; 501006, 
3684404; 500946, 3684404; 500946, 3684374; 500916, 3684374; 500916, 
3684404; 500886, 3684404; 500886, 3684464; 500856, 3684464; 500856, 
3684554; 500826, 3684554; 500826, 3684614; 500766, 3684614; 500766, 
3684674; 500736, 3684674; 500736, 3684704; 500766, 3684704; 500766, 
3684884; 500736, 3684884; 500736, 3684914; 500706, 3684914; 500706, 
3684974; 500676, 3684974; 500676, 3685004; 500646, 3685004; 500646, 
3684974; 500496, 3684974; 500496, 3684944; 500406, 3684944; 500406, 
3684914; 500376, 3684914; 500376, 3684944; 500316, 3684944; 500316, 
3684914; 500286, 3684914; 500286, 3684854; 500316, 3684854; 500316, 
3684704; 500286, 3684704; 500286, 3684674; 500256, 3684674; 500256, 
3684644; 500226, 3684644; 500226, 3684614; 500166, 3684614; 500166,

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3684584; 500136, 3684584; 500136, 3684554; 500046, 3684554; 500046, 
3684524; 499986, 3684524; 499986, 3684554; 499926, 3684554; 499926, 
3684584; 499896, 3684584; 499896, 3684614; 499866, 3684614; 499866, 
3685184; 499836, 3685184; 499836, 3685214; 499806, 3685214; 499806, 
3685244; 499566, 3685244; 499566, 3685274; 499536, 3685274; 499536, 
3685304; 499506, 3685304; 499506, 3685364; 499476, 3685364; 499476, 
3685394; 499416, 3685394; 499416, 3685424; 499356, 3685424; 499356, 
3685394; 499296, 3685394; 499296, 3685364; 499236, 3685364; 499236, 
3685334; 499176, 3685334; 499176, 3685364; 499146, 3685364; 499146, 
3685394; 499056, 3685394; 499056, 3685424; 499026, 3685424; 499026, 
3685454; 498966, 3685454; 498966, 3685484; 498756, 3685484; 498756, 
3685514; 498726, 3685514; 498726, 3685484; 498606, 3685484; 498606, 
3685514; 498396, 3685514; 498396, 3685544; 498366, 3685544; 498366, 
3685604; 498336, 3685604; 498336, 3685634; 498306, 3685634; 498306, 
3685694; 498336, 3685694; 498336, 3685724; 498366, 3685724; 498366, 
3685754; 498396, 3685754; 498396, 3685874; 498366, 3685874; 498366, 
3685964; 498396, 3685964; 498396, 3686114; 498426, 3686114; 498426, 
3686174; 498456, 3686174; 498456, 3686234; 498486, 3686234; 498486, 
3686264; 498576, 3686264; 498576, 3686234; 498696, 3686234; 498696, 
3686204; 498726, 3686204; 498726, 3686234; 498846, 3686234; 498846, 
3686264; 498906, 3686264; 498906, 3686294; 498936, 3686294; 498936, 
3686324; 498966, 3686324; 498966, 3686444; 498936, 3686444; 498936, 
3686474; 498876, 3686474; 498876, 3686504; 498786, 3686504; 498786, 
3686534; 498756, 3686534; 498756, 3686564; 498636, 3686564; 498636, 
3686594; 498576, 3686594; 498426, 3686594; 498426, 3686564; 498276, 
3686564; 498276, 3686654; 498306, 3686654; 498306, 3686774; 498276, 
3686774; 498276, 3686804; 498246, 3686804; 498246, 3686834; 498216, 
3686834; 498216, 3686864; 498186, 3686864; 498186, 3686894; 498156, 
3686894; 498156, 3686924; 498096, 3686924; 498096, 3686954; 498066, 
3686954; 498066, 3686984; 498036, 3686984; 498036, 3687014; 497976, 
3687014; 497976, 3687044; 497946, 3687044; 497946, 3687104; 497916, 
3687104; 497916, 3687164; 497946, 3687164; 497946, 3687224; 498186, 
3687224; 498186, 3687254; 498216, 3687254; 498216, 3687284; 498246, 
3687284; 498246, 3687314; 498276, 3687314; 498276, 3687344; 498306, 
3687344; 498306, 3687374; 498336, 3687374; 498336, 3687404; 498366, 
3687404; 498366, 3687434; 498396, 3687434; 498396, 3687464; 498426, 
3687464; 498426, 3687494; 498396, 3687494; 498396, 3687554; 498366, 
3687554; 498366, 3687584; 498336, 3687584; 498336, 3687614; 498276, 
3687614; 498276, 3687644; 498216, 3687644; 498216, 3687704; 498246, 
3687704; 498246, 3687734; 498276, 3687734; 498276, 3687794; 498306, 
3687794; 498306, 3687824; 498336, 3687824; 498336, 3687914; 498366, 
3687914; 498366, 3687944; 498396, 3687944; 498396, 3688004; 498426, 
3688004; 498426, 3688034; 498456, 3688034; 498456, 3688064; 498486, 
3688064; 498486, 3688094; 498516, 3688094; 498516, 3688154; 498546, 
3688154; 498546, 3688274; 498576, 3688274; 498576, 3688304; 498546, 
3688304; 498546, 3688484; 498516, 3688484; 498516, 3688544; 498486, 
3688544; 498486, 3688574; 498456, 3688574; 498456, 3688604; 498426, 
3688604; 498426, 3688694; 498396, 3688694; 498396, 3688724; 498366, 
3688724; 498366, 3688754; 498336, 3688754; 498336, 3688784; 498306, 
3688784; 498306, 3688814; 498216, 3688814; 498216, 3688874; 498186, 
3688874; 498186, 3688904; 498156, 3688904; 498156, 3688934; 498066, 
3688934; 498066, 3688964; 498006, 3688964; 498006, 3688994; 497976, 
3688994; 497976, 3689024; 497946, 3689024; 497946, 3689144; 497916, 
3689144; 497916, 3689174; 497886, 3689174; 497886, 3689204; 497556, 
3689204; 497556, 3689234; 497526, 3689234; 497526, 3689264; 497466, 
3689264; 497466, 3689294; 497436, 3689294; 497436, 3689324; 497406, 
3689324; 497406, 3689354; 497376, 3689354; 497376, 3689384; 497357, 
3689384; 497333, 3689706; 497256, 3689706; 497256, 3689804; 497226, 
3689804; 497226, 3689864; 497196, 3689864; 497196, 3689894; 497166, 
3689894; 497166, 3689954; 497136, 3689954; 497136, 3689984; 497106, 
3689984; 497106, 3690014; 497076, 3690014; 497076, 3690044; 497046, 
3690044; 497046, 3690074; 497016, 3690074; 497016, 3690104; 496986, 
3690104; 496986, 3690134; 496836, 3690134; 496836, 3690104; 496686, 
3690104; 496686, 3690074; 496596, 3690074; 496596, 3690104; 496506, 
3690104; 496506, 3690164; 496446, 3690164; 496446, 3690194; 496386, 
3690194; 496386, 3690224; 496326, 3690224; 496326, 3690254; 496266, 
3690254; 496266, 3690284; 496206, 3690284; 496206, 3690314; 496176, 
3690314; 496176, 3690374; 496146, 3690374; 496146, 3690404; 496116, 
3690404; 496116, 3690434; 496086, 3690434; 496086, 3690464; 496056, 
3690464; 496056, 3690524; 496026, 3690524; 496026, 3690554; 495996, 
3690554; 495996, 3690584; 495966, 3690584; 495966, 3690644; 495936, 
3690644; 495936, 3690674; 495906, 3690674; 495906, 3690734; 495876, 
3690734; 495876, 3690794; 495846, 3690794; 495846, 3690824; 495816, 
3690824; 495816, 3690854; 495666, 3690854; 495666, 3690884; 495636, 
3690884; 495636, 3690914; 495606, 3690914; 495606, 3690944; 495456, 
3690944; 495456, 3690974; 495366, 3690974; 495366, 3691004; 495276, 
3691004; 495276, 3691010; returning to 496083, 3690984.
    (iii) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 496086, 
3691274; 496085, 3691274; 496085, 3691304; 496086, 3691304; returning 
to 496086, 3691274.
    (iv) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 494886, 
3691724; 494886, 3691694; 494946, 3691694; 494946, 3691664; 494916, 
3691664; 494916, 3691574; 494976, 3691574; 494976, 3691604; 495006, 
3691604; 495006, 3691634; 495036, 3691634; 495036, 3691664; 495126, 
3691664; 495126, 3691574; 495096, 3691574; 495096, 3691544; 495126, 
3691544; 495126, 3691514; 495186, 3691514; 495186, 3691484; 495265, 
3691484; 495265, 3691426; 495265, 3691426; 495266, 3691034; 495216, 
3691034; 495216, 3691064; 495186, 3691064; 495186, 3691094; 494946, 
3691094; 494946, 3691064; 494847, 3691064; 494847, 3691104; 494848, 
3691249; 494850, 3691724; returning to 494886, 3691724.
    (v) Land bounded by the following UTM coordinates (E, N): 490926, 
3692474; 490926, 3692444; 490956, 3692444; 490956, 3692414; 490986, 
3692414; 490986, 3692384; 491016, 3692384; 491016, 3692324; 491076, 
3692324; 491076, 3692174; 491106, 3692174; 491106, 3692144; 491136, 
3692144; 491136, 3692114; 491196, 3692114; 491196, 3692144; 491256, 
3692144; 491256, 3692174; 491346, 3692174; 491346, 3692204; 491406, 
3692204; 491406, 3692234; 491436, 3692234; 491436, 3692264; 491466, 
3692264; 491466, 3692267; 491596, 3692267; 491595, 3692414; 491646, 
3692414; 491646, 3692324; 491676, 3692324; 491676, 3692144; 491646, 
3692144; 491646, 3692114; 491616, 3692114; 491616, 3691964; 491646, 
3691964; 491646, 3691858; 491596, 3691858; 491596, 3691849; 491596, 
3691822; 491596, 3691803; 491596, 3691803; 491596, 3691584; 491596, 
3691442; 491998, 3691441; 492404, 3691435; 492405, 3691020; 492304,

[[Page 7401]]

3691021; 492101, 3691024; 491999, 3691026; 491996, 3690621; 491797, 
3690620; 491736, 3690620; 491736, 3690644; 491706, 3690644; 491706, 
3690674; 491676, 3690674; 491676, 3690704; 491646, 3690704; 491646, 
3690734; 491526, 3690734; 491526, 3690794; 491406, 3690794; 491406, 
3690824; 491286, 3690824; 491286, 3690854; 491196, 3690854; 491196, 
3690884; 491166, 3690884; 491166, 3690914; 491076, 3690914; 491076, 
3690884; 490986, 3690884; 490986, 3690854; 490806, 3690854; 490806, 
3690824; 490776, 3690824; 490776, 3690794; 490746, 3690794; 490746, 
3690764; 490716, 3690764; 490716, 3690704; 490686, 3690704; 490686, 
3690644; 490656, 3690644; 490656, 3690614; 490626, 3690614; 490626, 
3690584; 490536, 3690584; 490536, 3690554; 490506, 3690554; 490506, 
3690524; 490476, 3690524; 490476, 3690494; 490446, 3690494; 490446, 
3690464; 490416, 3690464; 490416, 3690434; 490386, 3690434; 490386, 
3690374; 490356, 3690374; 490356, 3690344; 490326, 3690344; 490326, 
3690284; 490266, 3690284; 490266, 3690254; 490206, 3690254; 490206, 
3690224; 490176, 3690224; 490176, 3690194; 490146, 3690194; 490146, 
3690134; 490116, 3690134; 490116, 3690014; 490086, 3690014; 490086, 
3689924; 490056, 3689924; 490056, 3689894; 490026, 3689894; 490026, 
3689834; 489996, 3689834; 489996, 3689804; 489966, 3689804; 489966, 
3689774; 489936, 3689774; 489936, 3689624; 489906, 3689624; 489906, 
3689564; 489876, 3689564; 489876, 3689534; 489846, 3689534; 489846, 
3689444; 489816, 3689444; 489816, 3689414; 489756, 3689414; 489756, 
3689444; 489696, 3689444; 489696, 3689474; 489636, 3689474; 489636, 
3689624; 489606, 3689624; 489606, 3689654; 489576, 3689654; 489576, 
3689624; 489546, 3689624; 489546, 3689564; 489576, 3689564; 489576, 
3689534; 489606, 3689534; 489606, 3689474; 489576, 3689474; 489576, 
3689414; 489546, 3689414; 489546, 3689354; 489516, 3689354; 489516, 
3689324; 489486, 3689324; 489486, 3689234; 489456, 3689234; 489456, 
3689114; 489426, 3689114; 489426, 3689024; 489396, 3689024; 489396, 
3688994; 489366, 3688994; 489366, 3688964; 489306, 3688964; 489306, 
3688934; 489276, 3688934; 489276, 3688904; 489246, 3688904; 489246, 
3688874; 489216, 3688874; 489216, 3688844; 489156, 3688844; 489156, 
3688814; 489066, 3688814; 489066, 3688784; 489036, 3688784; 489036, 
3688814; 488946, 3688814; 488946, 3688844; 488916, 3688844; 488916, 
3688874; 488856, 3688874; 488856, 3688904; 488826, 3688904; 488826, 
3688934; 488736, 3688934; 488736, 3688964; 488676, 3688964; 488676, 
3688874; 488706, 3688874; 488706, 3688784; 488676, 3688784; 488676, 
3688754; 488616, 3688754; 488616, 3688724; 488556, 3688724; 488556, 
3688634; 488526, 3688634; 488526, 3688604; 488496, 3688604; 488496, 
3688574; 488406, 3688574; 488406, 3688544; 488376, 3688544; 488376, 
3688454; 488466, 3688454; 488466, 3688274; 488496, 3688274; 488496, 
3688244; 488526, 3688244; 488526, 3688154; 488586, 3688154; 488586, 
3688124; 488676, 3688124; 488676, 3688034; 488706, 3688034; 488706, 
3688004; 488736, 3688004; 488736, 3687974; 488856, 3687974; 488856, 
3687884; 488886, 3687884; 488886, 3687794; 488856, 3687794; 488856, 
3687824; 488796, 3687824; 488796, 3687854; 488676, 3687854; 488676, 
3687884; 488556, 3687884; 488556, 3687824; 488526, 3687824; 488526, 
3687794; 488496, 3687794; 488496, 3687764; 488466, 3687764; 488466, 
3687794; 488436, 3687794; 488436, 3687764; 488346, 3687764; 488346, 
3687854; 488316, 3687854; 488316, 3687914; 488286, 3687914; 488286, 
3687974; 488136, 3687974; 488136, 3687944; 488106, 3687944; 488106, 
3687974; 488076, 3687974; 488076, 3688004; 488016, 3688004; 488016, 
3688064; 487986, 3688064; 487986, 3688094; 487956, 3688094; 487956, 
3688124; 487926, 3688124; 487926, 3688184; 487896, 3688184; 487896, 
3688214; 487836, 3688214; 487836, 3688244; 487806, 3688244; 487806, 
3688274; 487776, 3688274; 487776, 3688304; 487746, 3688304; 487746, 
3688334; 487656, 3688334; 487656, 3688364; 487566, 3688364; 487566, 
3688394; 487536, 3688394; 487536, 3688424; 487506, 3688424; 487506, 
3688454; 487536, 3688454; 487536, 3688484; 487536, 3688514; 487506, 
3688514; 487506, 3688544; 487326, 3688544; 487326, 3688574; 487266, 
3688574; 487266, 3688604; 487236, 3688604; 487236, 3688634; 487206, 
3688634; 487206, 3688664; 487026, 3688664; 487026, 3688634; 486966, 
3688634; 486966, 3688604; 486936, 3688604; 486936, 3688574; 486906, 
3688574; 486906, 3688454; 486876, 3688454; 486876, 3688334; 486846, 
3688334; 486846, 3688244; 486816, 3688244; 486816, 3688154; 486786, 
3688154; 486786, 3688124; 486756, 3688124; 486756, 3688094; 486726, 
3688094; 486726, 3688064; 486696, 3688064; 486696, 3688034; 486666, 
3688034; 486666, 3687944; 486636, 3687944; 486636, 3687914; 486486, 
3687914; 486486, 3687884; 486366, 3687884; 486366, 3687914; 486306, 
3687914; 486306, 3687944; 486276, 3687944; 486276, 3687974; 486246, 
3687974; 486246, 3688004; 486216, 3688004; 486216, 3688034; 486156, 
3688034; 486156, 3688004; 486130, 3688004; 486107, 3688037; 485992, 
3687967; 485960, 3687920; 485802, 3687621; 485377, 3687264; 485730, 
3686693; 485950, 3686677; 486081, 3686729; 486189, 3686891; 486203, 
3686645; 486287, 3686645; 486246, 3686864; 486276, 3686864; 486276, 
3686804; 486306, 3686804; 486306, 3686774; 486366, 3686774; 486366, 
3686714; 486396, 3686714; 486396, 3686624; 486426, 3686624; 486426, 
3686564; 486456, 3686564; 486456, 3686504; 486486, 3686504; 486486, 
3686444; 486636, 3686444; 486636, 3686414; 486666, 3686414; 486666, 
3686384; 486696, 3686384; 486696, 3686354; 486726, 3686354; 486726, 
3686324; 486756, 3686324; 486756, 3686294; 486786, 3686294; 486786, 
3686234; 486816, 3686234; 486816, 3686204; 486846, 3686204; 486846, 
3686144; 486876, 3686144; 486876, 3686114; 486906, 3686114; 486906, 
3686054; 486966, 3686054; 486966, 3686024; 486996, 3686024; 486996, 
3685994; 487056, 3685994; 487056, 3685964; 487086, 3685964; 487086, 
3685934; 487146, 3685934; 487146, 3685904; 487176, 3685904; 487176, 
3685874; 487206, 3685874; 487206, 3685844; 487236, 3685844; 487236, 
3685814; 487266, 3685814; 487266, 3685754; 487296, 3685754; 487296, 
3685544; 487326, 3685544; 487326, 3685484; 487176, 3685484; 487176, 
3685514; 487086, 3685514; 487086, 3685544; 487056, 3685544; 487056, 
3685574; 486996, 3685574; 486996, 3685604; 486966, 3685604; 486966, 
3685634; 486936, 3685634; 486936, 3685664; 486906, 3685664; 486906, 
3685694; 486876, 3685694; 486876, 3685724; 486846, 3685724; 486846, 
3685754; 486816, 3685754; 486816, 3685784; 486786, 3685784; 486786, 
3685814; 486696, 3685814; 486696, 3685844; 486666, 3685844; 486666, 
3685874; 486636, 3685874; 486636, 3685904; 486576, 3685904; 486576, 
3685934; 486546, 3685934; 486546, 3686024; 486516, 3686024; 486516, 
3686054; 486486, 3686054; 486486, 3686084; 486396, 3686084; 486396, 
3686054; 486366, 3686054; 486366, 3686024; 486336, 3686024; 486336, 
3685934; 486306, 3685934; 486306, 3685904; 486216, 3685904; 486216, 
3685874; 486156, 3685874; 486156, 3685844; 486126, 3685844; 486126, 
3685814; 486096, 3685814; 486096, 3685784; 486066, 3685784; 486066,

[[Page 7402]]

3685754; 486036, 3685754; 486036, 3685784; 486006, 3685784; 486006, 
3685904; 485976, 3685904; 485976, 3685934; 485946, 3685934; 485946, 
3685994; 485916, 3685994; 485916, 3686054; 485856, 3686054; 485856, 
3686084; 485796, 3686084; 485796, 3686114; 485706, 3686114; 485706, 
3686144; 485676, 3686144; 485676, 3686174; 485616, 3686174; 485616, 
3686204; 485586, 3686204; 485586, 3686234; 485526, 3686234; 485526, 
3686264; 485466, 3686264; 485466, 3686294; 485436, 3686294; 485436, 
3686324; 485406, 3686324; 485406, 3686384; 485283, 3686384; 485159, 
3686533; 485070, 3686702; 484924, 3686747; 484800, 3686772; 484575, 
3686540; 484587, 3686207; 484596, 3686198; 484596, 3686174; 484566, 
3686174; 484566, 3686114; 484536, 3686114; 484536, 3686084; 484506, 
3686084; 484506, 3686054; 484476, 3686054; 484476, 3686024; 484446, 
3686024; 484446, 3685994; 484326, 3685994; 484326, 3685964; 484296, 
3685964; 484296, 3685934; 484266, 3685934; 484266, 3685904; 484236, 
3685904; 484236, 3685874; 484176, 3685874; 484176, 3685844; 484116, 
3685844; 484116, 3685814; 484026, 3685814; 484026, 3685844; 483876, 
3685844; 483876, 3685814; 483816, 3685814; 483816, 3685784; 483786, 
3685784; 483786, 3685754; 483756, 3685754; 483756, 3685574; 483726, 
3685574; 483726, 3685544; 483696, 3685544; 483696, 3685514; 483726, 
3685514; 483726, 3685484; 483876, 3685484; 483876, 3685274; 483906, 
3685274; 483906, 3685214; 483936, 3685214; 483936, 3685064; 483786, 
3685064; 483786, 3685124; 483756, 3685124; 483756, 3685154; 483636, 
3685154; 483636, 3685124; 483606, 3685124; 483606, 3685094; 483576, 
3685094; 483576, 3685124; 483456, 3685124; 483456, 3685094; 483426, 
3685094; 483426, 3685064; 483396, 3685064; 483396, 3685004; 483366, 
3685004; 483366, 3684914; 483336, 3684914; 483336, 3684884; 483156, 
3684884; 483156, 3684854; 483096, 3684854; 483096, 3684824; 482946, 
3684824; 482946, 3684794; 482886, 3684794; 482886, 3684764; 482856, 
3684764; 482856, 3684734; 482526, 3684734; 482526, 3684704; 482436, 
3684704; 482436, 3684734; 482316, 3684734; 482316, 3684764; 482256, 
3684764; 482256, 3684794; 482196, 3684794; 482196, 3684824; 482166, 
3684824; 482166, 3684854; 482106, 3684854; 482106, 3684884; 482046, 
3684884; 482046, 3684914; 481986, 3684914; 481986, 3684944; 481896, 
3684944; 481896, 3684914; 481866, 3684914; 481866, 3684884; 481836, 
3684884; 481836, 3684854; 481746, 3684854; 481746, 3684824; 481716, 
3684824; 481716, 3684764; 481776, 3684764; 481776, 3684734; 481806, 
3684734; 481806, 3684704; 481866, 3684704; 481866, 3684674; 481926, 
3684674; 481926, 3684584; 481896, 3684584; 481896, 3684554; 481866, 
3684554; 481866, 3684464; 481656, 3684464; 481656, 3684434; 481596, 
3684434; 481596, 3684374; 481536, 3684374; 481536, 3684404; 481566, 
3684404; 481566, 3684434; 481536, 3684434; 481536, 3684524; 481506, 
3684524; 481506, 3684554; 481476, 3684554; 481476, 3684584; 481416, 
3684584; 481416, 3684614; 481236, 3684614; 481236, 3684584; 481146, 
3684584; 481146, 3684554; 481056, 3684554; 481056, 3684524; 480966, 
3684524; 480966, 3684494; 480936, 3684494; 480936, 3684464; 480876, 
3684464; 480876, 3684434; 480816, 3684434; 480816, 3684494; 480666, 
3684494; 480666, 3684434; 480636, 3684434; 480636, 3684404; 480606, 
3684404; 480606, 3684314; 480636, 3684314; 480636, 3684254; 480666, 
3684254; 480666, 3684194; 480606, 3684194; 480606, 3684224; 480546, 
3684224; 480546, 3684254; 480516, 3684254;