hunt map 3. AB1 A2E AB2-508.pdf

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hunt map 3. AB1 A2E AB2-508.pdf

Map of hunt areas near Moffett Field showing a hunter check station along the Stevens Creek Eastside Levee Trail, near Pond A2E. Accessible blinds are shown near the levee trail, between ponds AB1 and A2E. Twenty-eight additional blinds are shown evenly spaced throughout the hunt areas. The Bay Trail, which is open to the public, runs along the southern edge of the hunt areas and then south along the Stevens Creek Eastside Levee Trail.

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