Hunt-Map-4-A3W A3N-layout-508

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Hunt_Map_4_A3W A3N_layout_508

Map of hunt areas near the Sunnyvale Treatment Plant showing a hunter check station near the southeast corner of Pond A3W, near the treatment plant. Eighteen hunting blinds are shown spaced through Ponds AB2, A3N, and A3W. Boat mooring areas are shown in the southeast and east portions of A3W. The Bay Trail, which is open to the public, runs along the southern edge of the hunt area. Vehicle levee access is shown between A3W and the treatment plant, from the east.

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