Wildlife Management Areas

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The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources manages more than a million acres of publicly accessible land through its wildlife management program, including properties designated as Wildlife Management Areas. Wildlife Management Areas, or WMAs, formerly known as "public hunting and fishing areas" are located in almost every West Virginia county. Most wildlife management areas in West Virginia accommodate both and .

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