New York Wildlife Management Unit 8C Wildlife
- Area:145 square miles
- Public Lands:None square miles
- Percent Public Lands:None
- Fishing Access Sites:4
- National Forests:None
- Lat-Long:43.187450, -77.606689
Unit 8C regulates hunting opportunities for wildlife in New York and covers 145 square miles. The greater region is best serviced by Rochester, Irondequoit, and Brighton. This area does not have land available to the public.
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