Antlerless Deer Draw

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If you would like to purchase a copy of the Deer Management Zones map, please contact the DNR Library, nsdnrlib@gov.ns.ca, or (902) 424 8633. The cost is $5.00 plus HST.

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(Maps are provided for illustrative purposes only and have no legal standing. Please refer to the text below describing boundaries.)

Antlerless Deer Hunting Stamps Available - 2014

Zone
Deer Stamps Available
101
1600
102
Not required *
103
2,500
104
800
105
Not required *
106
400
107
Not required *
108
Not required *
109
Not required *
110
500
111
0
112
0
Total
5,800

*Antlerless deer hunting stamp not required in this zone.
May harvest either sex (antlered or antlerless).

Deer hunting is limited to antlered deer except:
• For hunters having a valid Antlerless Deer Hunting stamp affixed to their deer hunting licence.


Deer Management Zone Descriptions

 

Deer Management Zone 101 includes certain lands within Nova Scotia, and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a point in the centre of the Mersey River in Queens County where it intersects with the centre line of Highway No. 103; thence northerly along the centre line of the Mersey River through Lake Rossignol and continuing along the centre line of the Mersey River to the southern boundary of Kejimkujik National Park; thence easterly and northerly following the boundaries of Kejimkujik National Park to the western boundary of Highway Trunk No. 8 in Annapolis County; thence continuing to the centre line of Highway Trunk No. 8 in Annapolis County; thence northerly along the centre line of Trunk No. 8 to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 101 in Annapolis County; thence southwesterly along the centre line of Highway No. 101 to the centre of the Bear River; thence downstream along the centre of Bear River to the Annapolis Basin said point also being the Digby-Annapolis county line; thence northerly along the Digby County line, through the Digby Gut to the Bay of Fundy; thence westerly, southerly and easterly along the coastline of Nova Scotia to the mouth of Liverpool Bay; thence northerly along the centre of said Liverpool Bay to the Mersey River; thence northerly up the centre of said Mersey River to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 103 being the place of beginning. Together with all inland and offshore islands.

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Deer Management Zone 102 includes certain lands within Lunenburg and Queens Counties, Nova Scotia and are more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the centre line of the East River, Lunenburg County, where it intersects with the northern most edge of the multi-line power transmission corridor running from Halifax County to Queens County and being approximately 1 km south of Whistler Lake; thence southwesterly along the northern most edge of the said power transmission corridor to an angle point where the power transmission corridor separates into 2 lines; thence, following the north branch of the said transmission corridor southwesterly, passing the Gold River Indian Reserve to the north, continuing on past Lower New Cornwall to an angle point about 1 km west of the LaHave River near Cookville; thence southerly along the western edge of the said corridor, to a juncture point with the transmission line running westerly from Maitland; thence southwesterly along the northern edge of the said transmission corridor, passing to the north of Wiles Lake and Lapland, and extending to the western bank of the Medway River; thence southeasterly downstream following the western bank of the Medway River and the western shoreline of Medway Harbour to a point on the ordinary high water mark east of the navigation light at Medway Head; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point on the ordinary high water mark of the most southerly part of Toby Island; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point on the ordinary high water mark of the most southerly part of Cape LaHave Islands at Cape LaHave Point; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point on the ordinary high water mark of the most eastern point of West Ironbound Island; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point on the ordinary high water mark of the most eastern point of Cross Island; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point on the ordinary high water mark of the most eastern point of Big Duck Island; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point on the ordinary high water mark of the most eastern point of East Ironbound Island; thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point on the ordinary high water mark of the most northeasterly point of Little Tancook Island; thence northwesterly in a straight line to the midpoint of the mouth of East River Bay northwest from East River Point; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point at the centre line of the mouth of East River; thence northerly following the centre line of East River to the place of beginning. Together with all inland and offshore islands.

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Deer Management Zone 103 includes certain lands within Nova Scotia, and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a point in the centre of the Mersey River in Queens County where it intersects with the centre line of Highway No. 103; thence northerly along the centre line of the Mersey River through Lake Rossignol and continuing along the centre line of the Mersey River to the southern boundary of Kejimkujik National Park; thence easterly and northerly following the boundaries of Kejimkujik National Park to the western boundary of Highway Trunk No. 8 in Annapolis County; thence continuing to the centre line of Highway Trunk No. 8 in Annapolis County; thence southeasterly following the various courses of Highway Trunk No. 8 and crossing the Queens County line to the intersection with the centre line of the Old Westfield Road, Authority No. 499; thence northeasterly following the various courses of the centre line of the Old Westfield Road, Authority No. 499, to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 208 at North Brookfield; thence following the various courses of the centre line of Highway No. 208, and crossing the county line into Lunenburg County to its intersection with the centre line of Trunk No. 10 in New Germany; thence following the centre line of Trunk No. 10, and crossing the county line into Annapolis County, continuing through Springfield to the intersection with the centre line of the Falkland Ridge Road, Authority No. 566; thence following the centre line of the Falkland Ridge Road No. 566 to its intersection with the centre line of the East Dalhousie Road, Authority No. 567; thence following the centre line of the East Dalhousie Road to its intersection with the Kings-Annapolis county line; thence crossing the Kings-Annapolis county line into Kings County and following the centre line of the East Dalhousie Road, Authority No. 735, to the intersection with the Kings-Lunenburg county line; thence crossing the Kings-Lunenburg county line into Lunenburg County where the East Dalhousie Road name changes to the Forties Road; thence following the centre line of the Forties Road, Authority No. 694, to the intersection of the centre line of the Forties Road and the Windsor Road, Authority No. 686; thence following the various courses of the centre line of the Windsor Road No. 686 to the Lunenburg-Hants county line where the name of the Forties Road changes to the New Ross Road; thence following along the centre line of the New Ross Road, Authority No. 709, to the intersection with the centre line of Trunk 14; thence following the centre line of Trunk 14 to its intersection with the centre line of King Street in the Town of Windsor; thence following the centre line of King Street in a general northwesterly direction to its intersection with the centre line of Upper Water Street; thence following the centre line of Upper Water Street to the intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 101; thence following the centre line of Highway No. 101 to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 102 in Halifax County; thence northeasterly following the centre line of Highway No. 102 to a point perpendicular to the north end of the ordinary high water mark of Miller Lake; thence easterly and perpendicular to the centre line of Highway No. 102 to the ordinary high water mark of Miller Lake; thence following the ordinary high water mark of Miller Lake to a small brook joining Miller Lake and Soldier Lake; thence following the various courses of said brook to the western ordinary high water mark of Soldier Lake; thence following the various courses of the said ordinary high water mark of Soldier Lake in a general southerly direction to a brook known as Soldier Lake Gullies; thence following Soldier Lake Gullies in a southeasterly direction to the ordinary high water mark of Lake Major; thence following the western ordinary high water mark of Lake Major in a southeasterly direction to Little Salmon River; thence following the various courses of Little Salmon River to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 207; thence following the various courses of Highway No. 207 to its intersection with Lawrencetown Lake or the Atlantic Ocean; thence westerly along the Atlantic Coast to the mouth of the East River in Lunenburg County; thence in a northerly direction along the centre of the East River also being the east boundary of Deer Management Zone 102 to the intersection of the centre of the East River and the northern most edge of the multi-line power transmission corridor running from Halifax County to Queens County and being approximately 1 km south of Whistler Lake (said transmission line being the northern boundary of Deer Management Zone 102); thence southwesterly along the northern most edge of the said power transmission corridor to an angle point where the power transmission corridor separates into 2 lines; thence following the north branch of the said transmission corridor southwesterly, passing the Gold River Indian Reserve to the north, continuing on past Lower New Cornwall to an angle point about 1 km west of the LaHave River near Cookville; thence southerly along the western edge of the said corridor to a juncture point with the transmission line running westerly from Maitland; thence southwesterly along the northern edge of the said transmission corridor, passing to the north of Wiles Lake and Lapland, and extending to the western bank of the Medway River (being the western boundary of Deer Management Zone 102); thence southeasterly downstream following the western bank of the Medway River and the western shoreline of Medway Harbour; thence westerly along the Atlantic coast to the intersection of Liverpool Bay and the centre of the Mersey River; thence northerly upstream along the centre of said Mersey River to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 103 being the place of beginning. Together with all inland and offshore islands.

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Deer Management Zone 104 includes certain lands within Nova Scotia, and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the centre line of Trunk No. 8 at Lequille, Annapolis County, said point also being on the centre line of a transmission line at or near the intersection of Trunk No. 8 and the West Dalhousie Road, Authority No. 515; thence in a general northeasterly direction following the various courses of the said transmission line to its intersection with the Annapolis-Kings county line; thence in a general northeasterly direction, crossing into the County of Kings and remaining on the centre line of the transmission line to the intersection of the centre line of the transmission line and the centre line of Highway No. 101; thence following the centre line of said Highway No. 101 in a general southeasterly direction to the intersection with the Kings-Hants county line; thence easterly continuing along the centre line of said Highway No. 101, into the County of Hants and crossing the Avon River to its intersection with the centre line of Upper Water Street in the Town of Windsor; thence southerly following the centre line of Upper Water Street to its intersection with the centre line of King Street; thence southeasterly following the centre line of King Street to its intersection with the centre line of Trunk No. 14 (the Chester Road); thence southwesterly following the centre line of Trunk No. 14 (the Chester Road) to its intersection with the centre line of the New Ross Road, Authority No. 709, near Lower Vaughn; thence following the centre line of the New Ross Road No. 709 in a southwesterly direction to the county line between the counties of Hants and Lunenburg; thence crossing the said county line into the County of Lunenburg where the name of the New Ross Road changes to the Windsor Road; thence following the centre line of the Windsor Road, Authority No. 686, across the Gold River to its intersection with the Forties Road, Authority No. 694, at New Ross; thence following the various courses of the centre line of the Forties Road No. 694 to the Lunenburg-Kings county line; thence crossing the county line into Kings County where the name of the Forties Road changes to the East Dalhousie Road; thence following the centre line of the East Dalhousie Road, Authority No. 735, to the Kings-Annapolis county line; thence crossing the county line into Annapolis County and following the centre line of the East Dalhousie Road, Authority No. 567, to its intersection with the centre line of the Falkland Ridge Road, Authority No. 566; thence northwesterly and westerly following the centre line of the Falkland Ridge Road to its intersection with the centre line of Trunk No. 10, 3.3 km northwest of Springfield, Annapolis County; thence following the centre line of Trunk No. 10 in a general southerly direction and crossing the Annapolis-Lunenburg county line, entering into Lunenburg County to the intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 208 at New Germany; thence following the various courses of the centre line of Highway No. 208, Crossing the Lunenburg-Queens county line and entering into Queens County to the intersection of Authority No. 499, the Old Westfield Road, at North Brookfield; thence northwesterly following the various courses of the centre line of the Old Westfield Road No. 499 to the intersection with the centre line of Trunk No. 8; thence in a general northwesterly direction following the various courses of the centre line of Trunk No.8, crossing the Queens-Annapolis county line, and entering into Annapolis County to Lequille, the place of beginning. Together with all inland and offshore islands.

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Deer Management Zone 105 includes certain lands within Nova Scotia, and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the centre line of Trunk No. 8 at Lequille, Annapolis County, said point also being on the centre line of a transmission line at or near the intersection of Trunk No. 8 and the West Dalhousie Road, Authority No. 515; thence in a general northeasterly direction following the various courses of the said transmission line to its intersection with the Annapolis-Kings county line; thence in a general northeasterly direction, crossing into the County of Kings and remaining on the centre line of the transmission line to the intersection of the centre line of the transmission line and the centre line of Highway No. 101; thence following the centre line of said Highway No. 101 in a general southeasterly direction to the intersection with the Kings-Hants county line; thence crossing into the County of Hants and following the centre line of said Highway No. 101 to its intersection with the centre line of the Mouth of the Avon River; thence northerly along the western coastline of the Minas Basin to Cape Split; thence westerly along the Bay of Fundy to Digby Gut; thence easterly and westerly by Annapolis Basin to the centre line of Bear River; thence southeasterly by the centre line of Bear River to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 101; thence in a general northeasterly direction following the various courses of the centre line of Highway No. 101 to its intersection with the centre line of Trunk No. 8; thence in a general northerly direction following the centre line of Trunk No. 8 to the place of beginning. Together with all inland and offshore islands.

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Deer Management Zone 106 includes certain lands in the Counties of Halifax and Guysborough, Nova Scotia, and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at the point of intersection of the southeast boundary of Highway No. 102 with the ordinary high water mark of the northern boundary of Miller Lake; thence following the ordinary high water mark of Miller Lake to a small brook joining Miller Lake and Soldier Lake; thence following the various courses of said brook to the western ordinary high water mark of Soldier Lake; thence following the various courses of the said ordinary high water mark of Soldier Lake in a general southerly direction to a brook known as Soldier Lake Gullies; thence following Soldier Lake Gullies in a southeasterly direction to the ordinary high water mark of Lake Major; thence following the western ordinary high water mark of Lake Major in a southeasterly direction to Little Salmon River; thence following the various courses of Little Salmon River to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 207; thence following the various courses of Highway No. 207 to its intersection with Lawrencetown Lake or the Atlantic Ocean; thence following the various courses of the Atlantic Coast in a general easterly direction to the mouth of Chedabucto Bay; thence westerly along the southern coastline of said Chedabucto Bay to the mouth of the Salmon River in Guysborough County; thence upstream along the centre of the said Salmon River to the bridge on Highway No. 400, South River Lake Road at Ogden; thence northwesterly along the centre line of said South River Lake Road No. 400 to its intersection with Highway No. 451, the Guysborough-Country Harbour Road at Salmon River Lake; thence southwesterly along the Highway No. 451, the Guysborough-Country Harbour Road to Highway No. 480, the Country Harbour to Melrose Road (locally known as the Nine Miles Wood Road) at Country Harbour Crossroads; thence westerly along the centre line of the Melrose Country Harbour Road locally known as the Nine Mile Woods Road to its intersection with Trunk No. 7 at Melrose; thence westerly along the centre line of Route No. 348 to its intersection with the Cameron Settlement Road at Caledonia; thence westerly along the centre line of said Camero Settlement Road to its intersection with Route No. 374 at Trafalgar; thence westerly along the centre line of said Route No. 374 to its intersection with the Dean Settlement Road/St. Mary's Road; thence westerly along the centre line of the said Dean Settlement Road/St. Mary's Road through a portion of Colchester County into Halifax County to the Lemon Hill Road at Chaplin; thence southwesterly along the Lemon Hill Road to its intersection with Route No. 336 at Dean; thence southerly along the centre line of Route No. 336 to its intersection with Route No. 224 at Upper Musquodoboit; thence westerly along the centre line of Route No. 224 to its intersection with Highway No. 427 at Elmsvale; thence southerly along Highway No. 427 to the intersection with Highway No. 425 the Higginsville Road at Newcomb Corner; thence westerly along the centre line of the Higginsville Road to Highway No. 624 the South Road at Brookvale; thence westerly along the South Road to the intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 357; thence westerly along the centre line of Highway No. 357 to the centre line of Highway No. 608, Wyses Road; thence in a general northwesterly direction following the centre line of Wyses Road to the centre line of Highway No. 212, the Old Guysborough Road, at Wyses Corner; thence westerly along the centre line of the Old Guysborough Road to its intersection with the centre line of Pratt and Whitney Drive; thence southerly along the centre line of Pratt and Whitney Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Aerotech Drive; thence following the centre line of Aerotech Drive to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 102; thence along the centre line of Highway No. 102 to a point being perpendicular to northern shore of Miller Lake; thence southeasterly and perpendicular to the centre line of Highway No. 102 to the northern shore of Miller Lake, the place of beginning. Including all inland and offshore islands.

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Deer Management Zone 107 includes certain lands within Nova Scotia, and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at the point where the centre line of Highway No. 101 meets with the centre line of Highway No. 102; thence northwesterly along the centre line of Highway No. 101 to its intersection with the Avon River; thence northerly downstream along the centre of the said Avon River to the Minas Basin; thence easterly and westerly along the coastline of the Minas Basin and the Cobequid Bay to the Portapique River; thence northerly along the centre of the said Portapique River to the centre line of Highway 2; thence easterly along the centre line of Highway 2 to its intersection with Route 685 at Portapique; thence northerly along the centre line of Route 685 to its intersection with Route 684 near Montrose; thence northerly along the centre line of Route 684 to Lornevale; thence easterly along the centre line of Route 684 to its intersection with Route 744 at Londonderry; thence easterly along the centre line of Route 744 to its intersection with Highway 4 near Folly Mountain; thence southerly along the centre line of Highway 4 to its intersection with Route 662; thence easterly along the centre line of Route 662 to its intersection with Route 648 at Debert; thence northerly along the centre line of Route 648 to its intersection with Route 627; thence easterly along the centre line of Route 627 to its intersection with Route 620 at Staples Brook; thence southerly , easterly and southerly along the centre line of Route 620 to its intersection with Route 624 at Belmont; thence easterly along the centre line of Route 624 to its intersection with Route 612; thence easterly along the centre line of Route 612 to its intersection with Route 614; thence southerly along the centre line of Route 614 to its intersection with Highway 104; thence easterly along the centre line of Highway 104 to its intersection with Route 821 (Cove Road); thence southerly and easterly along the centre line of Route 821 (Cove Road) to its intersection with Route 814 at Watervale; thence southerly along the centre line of Route 814 to its intersection with Route 803 at West River Station; thence easterly along the centre line of Route 803 to its intersection with Route 859; thence easterly and southeasterly along the centre line of Route 859 to its intersection with Highway 289; thence southerly along the centre line of Highway 289 to its intersection with Dryden Lake Road; thence easterly along the centre line of Dryden Lake Road to its intersection with Route 620; thence easterly along the centre line of Route 620 to its intersection with Highway 374; thence southerly along the centre line of Highway 374 to its intersection with the Dean Settlement Road/St. Mary's Road; thence westerly along the centre line of the said Dean Settlement Road/St. Mary's Road to its intersection with Route No. 336 at Dean; thence southerly along the centre line of Route No. 336 to its intersection with Route No. 224 at Upper Musquodoboit; thence westerly along the centre line of Route No. 224 to its intersection with Route 427 at Elmsvale; thence southerly along the centre line of Route 427 to its intersection with Route 425 at Newcomb Corner; thence westerly along the centre line of Route 425 to its intersection with Route 624 at Brookvale; thence westerly along the centre line of Route 624 to its intersection with Highway 357; thence southwesterly along the centre line of Highway 357 to its intersection with Route 608; thence northwesterly along the centre line of Route 608 to its intersection with Highway 212; thence westerly along the centre line of Highway 212 to its intersection with Pratt and Whitney Drive; thence southerly along the centre line of Pratt and Whitney Drive to Aerotech Drive; thence southerly and westerly along the centre line of Aerotech Drive to its intersection with Highway No. 102; thence southwesterly along the centre line of Highway No. 102 to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 101 being the place of beginning. Together with all inland and offshore islands.

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Deer Management Zone 108 includes certain lands within Nova Scotia, and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a point at the mouth of the Parrsboro River, where it meets the Minas Basin; thence westerly following the coastline of the Minas Basin to Cape Chignecto; thence in a general northeasterly direction following the coastline of the Cumberland Basin to centre line of the mouth of the Missaguash River; thence following the various courses of the centre line of the Missaguash River to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 104; thence following the various courses of the centre line of Highway No. 104 in a general southeasterly direction to its intersection with the centre line of Trunk Highway No. 2; thence following the centre line of Trunk Highway No. 2 and the centre line of Junction Road to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 142; thence following the centre line of Highway No. 142 in a general northeasterly direction to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 104; thence following the various courses of the centre line of Highway No. 104 to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 4; thence following the various courses of the centre line of Highway No. 4 in a general easterly and southerly direction to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 246; thence following the various courses of Highway No. 246, and crossing the county line into Colchester County to the intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 583; thence following the centre line of Highway 583 in a southerly direction to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 256; thence following the various courses of the centre line of Highway No. 256 in a general easterly direction to Highway No. 311 at the Falls; thence southerly along the centre line of Highway No. 311 to Highway No. 256; thence easterly along the centre line of Highway No. 256 to Highway No. 326 at McBains Corner; thence southerly along the centre line of Highway No. 326 to Highway No. 256; thence easterly along Highway No. 256 and crossing over the county line into Pictou County, to Highway No. 736, the Loganville Road at West Branch River John; thence following the various courses of the centre line of Highway No. 736 in a general southerly direction to Highway No. 740, the Dalhousie Road; thence southerly along the centre line of Dalhousie Road to the centre line of Highway No. 739, the Glen Road at Diamond; thence following the various courses of the centre line of said Highway No. 739 in a general southerly direction to its intersection with the centre line of Trunk Highway No. 4; thence following the centre line of Trunk Highway No. 4 in a general northeasterly direction to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 818, the Mount Thom Road; thence following the centre line of the said Mount Thom Road in a southwesterly direction to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 821 the Cove Road; thence following the centre line of Highway No. 821 to its intersection with Highway No. 104; thence westerly along the centre line of Highway No. 104 to its intersection with the centre line of Route No. 614; thence northerly along the centre line of Route No. 614 to its intersection with the centre line of Route No. 612; thence westerly along the centre line of Route No. 612 to its intersection with the centre line of Route No. 624; thence westerly along the centre line of Route No. 624 to its intersection with the centre line of Route No. 620 at Belmont; thence northerly, westerly and northerly along the centre line of Route No. 620 to its intersection with the centre line of Route No. 627 at Staples Brook; thence westerly along the centre line of Route No. 627 to its intersection with the centre line of Route No. 648; thence southerly along the centre line of Route No. 648 to its intersection with Route No. 662 at Debert; thence westerly along the centre line of Route No. 662 to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 4; thence northerly along the centre line of Highway No. 4 to its intersection with the centre line of Route No. 744 near Folly Mountain; thence westerly along the centre line of Route No. 744 to its intersection with the centre line of Route No. 684 at Londonderry; thence westerly along the centre line of Route No. 684 to Lornevale; thence southerly along the centre line of Route No. 684 to its intersection with the centre line of Route 685 at Montrose; thence southerly along the centre line of Route No. 685 to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 2 at Portapique; thence westerly along the centre line of Highway No. 2 to its intersection with the centre line of the Portapique River; thence southerly following the centre line of the Portapique River to the coastline of the Cobequid Bay; thence following the coastline of Cobequid Bay, and Minas Basin in a general westerly direction to the mouth of the Parrsboro River, the place of beginning. Together with all inland and offshore islands.

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Deer Management Zone 109 includes certain lands within the Counties of Cumberland, Colchester, and Pictou and in Nova Scotia, and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at the point where the centre line of Highway No. 104 and the Missaquash River intersect also being on the border between the Province of Nova Scotia and the Province of New Brunswick and being in the County of Cumberland; thence northeasterly along the said border to Baie Verte; thence southeasterly along the coastline of the Northumberland Strait to the mouth of the Knoydart Brook at Knoydart Point; thence southerly along the centre of Knoydart Brook to the centre of Highway No. 245; thence westerly along Highway No. 245, 60.96 m to Highway No. 452 MacGee Road; thence southerly along the centre of Highway No. 452, MacGee Road to the Ardness to Baileys Brook Road; thence along the centre of the Ardness to Baileys Brook Road to Highway No. 449 the Arbuckle Road; thence along the centre of the Highway No. 449 to Highway No. 444, the Barneys River Road; thence along the centre of Highway No. 444, the Barneys River Road, to Highway No. 4 at Barneys River Station; thence westerly along the centre of Highway No. 4 to Highway No. 502, the French River Road; thence southerly along the centre of Highway No. 502, the French River Road, to Highway No. 347; thence northerly and westerly along Highway No. 347 to the Highway No. 532, the Blanchard Road, at Blue Mountain; thence southerly along the centre of Highway No. 532, the Blanchard Road, to Highway No. 534, the Cummings Mountain Road; thence southerly along the centre of Highway No. 534, the Cummings Mountain Road, to Highway No. 581, the Sunnybrae to Eden Road; thence westerly along the centre of Highway No. 581, the Sunnybrae to Eden Road, to Highway No. 348; thence southerly along the centre line of Highway No. 348 to the East River West Side Road; thence westerly along the centre line of the East River West Side Road to Highway No. 604, the Elgin Road, at Bridgeville; thence westerly along Highway No. 604, the Elgin Road, to Highway no. 605, the Cameron Road, at the village of Elgin; thence westerly along the centre of Highway no. 605, the Cameron Road, to Highway No. 374; thence northerly along the centre of Highway No. 374 to Highway No. 620, the Glengarry Road; thence westerly along the centre of Highway No. 620, the Glengary Road, to the Dryden Lake Road; thence southwesterly along the centre of the Dryden Lake Road to Highway No. 289 at Sheepherders Junction; thence northerly along the centre of Highway No. 289 to the Landsdowne Road at the village of Landsdowne; thence northwesterly along the Landsdowne Road to the West River East Side Road No. 803; thence southwesterly along the centre line of the West River East Side Road to the West River Station Road, No. 814, at West River Station; thence northerly along the West River Station Road to the Cove Road at Watervale; thence westerly along the centre of the Cove road and passing under Trans Canada Highway No. 104 to the Mount Thom Road; thence northerly along the Mount Thom Road to Highway No. 4; thence westerly along Highway No. 4 to the Glen Road; then northerly along the centre of the Glen Road to the Dalhousie Road, No. 740; thence northerly following the centre line of the Dalhousie Road to the Loganville Road; thence northerly along the Loganville Road to Highway No. 256; thence westerly along Highway No. 256 to Highway No. 326 at McBains Corner in Colchester County; thence northerly following the centre line of Highway No. 326 to Highway No. 256 at East Earltown; thence westerly along the centre line of Highway No. 256 to Highway No. 311 at The Falls; thence northerly along the centre line of Highway No. 311 to Highway No. 256; thence westerly following the centre line of Highway No. 256 to its intersection with Highway No. 578, the Kennedy Hill Road; thence crossing the Kennedy Hill Road, and continuing along the centre line of Highway No. 256 in a westerly direction to its intersection Highway No. 583, the Warwick Mountain Road; thence northerly along the centre line of the Warwick Mountain Road to Highway No. 246 at West New Annan; thence westerly following the centre line of Highway No. 246 to its intersection with Highway No. 4 in Cumberland County; thence northerly along Highway No. 4 to Highway No. 104 at Thomsons Station; thence northwesterly along the centre line of Highway No. 104 to its intersection with Highway No. 142 at Salt Springs Station; thence following the centre line of Highway No. 142 in a southwesterly direction to its intersection with Junction Road at Springhill; thence northerly along the centre line of Junction Road to Highway No. 2 near Springhill; thence northwesterly following the centre line of Highway No. 2 to its intersection with Highway No. 104 at Upper Napan; thence following the centre line of Highway No. 104 in a northwesterly direction to the place of beginning. Together with all inland and offshore islands.

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Deer Management Zone 110 includes certain lands within Nova Scotia, and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at the mouth of the Knoydart Brook at the Northumberland Strait on the Atlantic Ocean; thence northeasterly along the coastline of the Northumberland Strait to St Georges Bay; thence southeasterly along the western coastline of said St Georges Bay to the Strait of Canso; thence southerly along the centre of the said Strait of Canso to Chedabucto Bay; thence along the western coastline of the said Chedabucto Bay to the mouth of the Salmon River in Guysborough County; thence upstream along the centre of the said Salmon River to the bridge on Giants Lake Road at Ogden; thence northwesterly along the centre line of Giants Lake Road to its intersection with Highway No. 451, the Guysborough-Country Harbour Road, at Salmon River Lake; thence southwesterly along the Highway No. 451, the Guysborough-Country Harbour Road, to Highway No. 480, the Melrose Country Harbour Road (locally known as the Nine Miles Wood Road) at Country Harbour Crossroads; thence westerly along the centre line of the Melrose Country Harbour Road (locally known as the Nine Mile Woods Road) to its intersection with Trunk No. 7 at Melrose; thence westerly along the centre line of Route No. 348 to its intersection with the Cameron Settlement Road at Caledonia; thence westerly along the centre line of said Cameron Settlement Road to its intersection with Route No. 374 at Trafalgar; thence northerly along the centre line of Highway No. 374 to Highway No.605, the Cameron Road, near Lorne, Pictou County; thence easterly along the centre of the Cameron Road to Highway No. 604, the Elgin Road at the village Elgin; thence easterly along the centre of the Elgin Road to the East River West Side Road at Bridgeville; thence easterly along the East River West Side road to Highway No. 348; thence northerly along the centre line of Highway No. 348 to Highway No. 581 the Sunnybrae to Eden Road; thence easterly along the Sunnybrae to Eden road to Highway No. 534, the Cummings Mountain Road; thence northerly along the centre of Highway No. 534, the Cummings Mountain Road, to the Highway No. 532, the Blanchard Road; thence northerly along the centre of Highway No. 532, the Blanchard Road, to Highway No. 347 at Blue Mountain; thence easterly and northerly along the centre of Highway No. 347 to Highway No. 502, the French River Road; thence northerly along the centre of the French River Road to Highway No. 4; thence easterly along the centre of Highway No. 4 to Highway No. 444, the Barneys River Road, at Barneys River Station; thence along the centre of Highway No. 444, the Barneys River Road, to Highway No. 449, the Arbuckle Road; thence northeasterly along the centre of Highway No. 449, the Arbuckle Road, to the Ardness to Baileys Brook Road; thence northeasterly along the centre of the Ardness to Baileys Brook Road to Highway No. 452, the Magee Road; thence northerly along the centre of Highway No. 452, the MacGee Road, to Highway No. 245; thence easterly along the centre of Highway No. 245, 60.96 m more or less to intersection of Highway No. 245 and the Knoydart Brook; thence northerly along the centre of the Knoydart Brook to the Atlantic Ocean at Knoydart Point on the Northumberland Strait. This point being the place of beginning. Together with all inland and offshore islands.

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Deer Management Zone 111 includes certain lands within Nova Scotia, and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a point at the centre of the Skye River at its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 105; thence northeasterly along the centre line of Highway No. 105 to the centre line of Highway No. 252 (Mabou Road); thence northerly along the centre line of Highway No. 252 (Mabou Road) to Highway No. 395; thence northerly along the centre line of Highway No. 395 along the East side of Lake Ainslie to the intersection with Highway No. 19 at Southwest Margaree; thence northerly along the centre line of Highway No. 19 to the intersection with the Cabot Trail at Margaree Forks; thence northerly along the centre line of said Cabot Trail to where it crosses the Margaree River at the mouth of said river; thence downstream along the centre of said Margaree River to the Gulf of St. Lawrence; thence westerly and southerly along the coastline of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and St. Georges Bay to the Strait of Canso; thence southeasterly along the centre of the Strait of Canso to Chedabucto Bay; thence easterly along the centre of Chedabucto Bay to the Atlantic Ocean; thence easterly, northerly and westerly along the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean to the mouth of Great Bras d'Or Channel; thence southwesterly along the centre of the Great Bras d'Or Channel to its mouth on the Great Bras d'Or; thence in a direct line to the eastern mouth of St. Patricks Channel; thence westerly along the centre of said St. Patricks Channel to the mouth of Whycocomagh Bay; thence northwesterly to the centre of the Skye River; thence northerly along the centre of the Skye River to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 105, being the place of beginning. Together with all inland and offshore islands.

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Deer Management Zone 112 includes certain lands within Nova Scotia, and being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at a point at the centre of the Skye River at its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 105; thence northeasterly along the centre line of Highway No. 105 to the centre line of Highway No. 252 (Mabou Road); thence northerly along the centre line of Highway No. 252 (Mabou Road) to Highway No. 395; thence northerly along the centre line of Highway No. 395 along the East side of Lake Ainslie to the intersection with Highway No. 19 at Southwest Margaree; thence northerly along the centre line of Highway No. 19 to the intersection with the Cabot Trail at Margaree Forks; thence northerly along the centre line of said Cabot Trail to where it crosses the Margaree River at the mouth of said river; thence downstream along the centre of the Margaree River to the Gulf of St. Lawrence; thence northeasterly along the coastline of the Gulf of St. Lawrence to Cape St. Lawrence; thence easterly, southerly and westerly along the coastline of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Atlantic Ocean to the Atlantic mouth of the Great Bras d'Or Channel; thence southwesterly along the centre of the Great Bras d'Or Channel to its mouth on the Great Bras d'Or; thence in a direct line to the eastern mouth of St. Patricks Channel; thence westerly along the centre of St. Patricks Channel to the mouth of Whycocomagh Bay; thence northwesterly to the centre of the Skye River; thence northerly along the centre of the Skye River to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 105, being the place of beginning. Together with all inland and offshore islands.

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