Boundary Description for the Expanded Archery Season on Deer - Areas Open in WMD 24
Wildlife Management District 24:
That portion of Wildlife Management District 24 located within the following bounds: Beginning at the Interstate Highway #95 bridge at the Maine-New Hampshire border in Kittery; then following Interstate Highway #95 northeasterly to the junction of Interstate Highway #95 and the Cutts Road in Kittery, southeasterly to Route 1, southerly to the Haley road, southeasterly to the junction of Rt. 103, northerly to Seabury Road, northwesterly to Southside Road, westerly to Route 1, northerly on Route 1 to the Cape Neddick River, southeasterly to Shore Road, northerly on Shore Road to Route 1, northerly on Route 1 to Route 9, northerly on Route 9 to the junction of Route 9 and Route 208, westerly to Meetinghouse Road, westerly to the Guinea Road, southwesterly to the Proctor Road, westerly on Proctor Road to Route 1, southerly to the Boston and Maine Springfield Terminal Railroad, northerly to the Biddeford Turnpike Access Road, westerly to Route 111, southwesterly to Interstate Highway #95, then following Interstate Highway #95 northeasterly to exit 52 (Falmouth Spur); then following the Falmouth Spur easterly to the Maine Central Railway tracks in Portland; then following the Maine Central Railway tracks northeasterly to Interstate Highway #295 in Freeport; then following Interstate Highway #295 northeasterly to the Androscoggin River bridge in Brunswick; then following the western shore of the Androscoggin River easterly to the western shore of the Kennebec River in Bath; then following the western shore of the Kennebec River southerly to the Atlantic Ocean in Phippsburg; then following the coast of Maine southwesterly to the Maine-New Hampshire border in Kittery; then following the Maine-New Hampshire border northerly to the point of origin at the Interstate Highway #95 bridge across the Maine-New Hampshire border in Kittery.
Important Note: The discharge of firearms and archery hunting equipment is prohibited by ordinance in the entire City of Portland. This eliminates the possibility of hunting deer in Portland at this time.