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Wildlife Management District 29
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Wildlife Management District 29 Boundary Description
[Maine’s Coastal Islands]
Boundary description begins at the southwest corner of WMD 29, and proceeds clockwise.
WMD 29. District 29 shall be that portion of the state located within the following bounds: Beginning at the point where Egypt Stream enters into Egypt Bay in Hancock; then following Egypt Bay and Sullivan Harbor in Hancock southerly to the Atlantic Ocean; then following the coast of Maine southwesterly to the Maine-New Hampshire border in Kittery. District 29 includes all coastal islands seaward of the first upstream bridge, which are not connected to the mainland at low tide, or by man-made structures.
Note: Islands located in the towns of Franklin, Gouldsboro, Sorrento, Sullivan, and Winter Harbor are not included in WMD 29.
Note: Islands that are served by an automobile causeway, including Verona, Deer Isle/Stonington, and Mount Desert Island are not considered part of WMD 29. However, islands surrounding these, which are not accessible by a causeway or bridge, are considered part of WMD 29.
WMD 29 is located on the Delorme Maine Atlas and Gazetteer Maps # 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 23, and 24.