Public Comment Forum
Old Bohemia Wildlife Management Area
15-Year Vision Plan
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife & Heritage Service is currently seeking public comment for the Old Bohemia Wildlife Management Area’s (WMA) 15-year Vision Plan.
In the spring of 2009 DNR acquired this 1003-acre property located in lower Cecil County, north of Warwick, MD.
Old Bohemia WMA was part of the Province Property acquisition which was
under continuous ownership by the Jesuits for over 300 years. The Old
Bohemia property was part of the first Catholic establishment on
Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
The Old Bohemia WMA Vision Plan will serve as a sound management strategy for natural resource professionals to preserve, protect, enhance and restore diverse wildlife populations and associated habitats,” said Ken D’Loughy, Regional Manager and Plan Coordinator for DNR’s Wildlife & Heritage Service. “We hope that interested hunters, hikers, birdwatchers and other outdoor enthusiasts will take advantage of this opportunity to review and comment on the plan.”
The vision plan was developed to effectively establish long-term goals to manage public access for outdoor recreation and natural resource protection. It also addresses the conservation, restoration and protection of sensitive wildlife habitats, as well as the enhancement and creation of habitat for game species.
The Public Comment Period ended at close of business on March 30, 2012.
Thank you for your interest in the
Old Bohemia Wildlife Management Area’s 15-Year Vision Plan
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