hunt map 6. Ravenswood-508.pdf

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hunt map 6. Ravenswood-508.pdf

Map of hunt areas near Ravenswood Slough, at the base of the Dumbarton Bridge, showing a trailhead to the levee in the southernmost corner of the hunt areas. Hunting is allowed from the levees around pond R1 and along the levee bounding pond R2 to the south. A rectangular area, the P G and E substation, is excluded from the permitted hunting area in pond R2, as is the levee along highway 84 leading to the bridge.

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