Select a Single or Multiple Hunt Areas To Highlight
|Game Management Units:|
|2014 Controlled Hunts:|
|2014/15 Waterfowl Hunt Areas:|
|Game Animal Distributions:|
Using the checkboxes, you may turn on and off layers of administrative boundaries, land management overlay, trails, campgrounds and wildfire activity. Use the slider above each layer group to modify the transparency.
NOTE: Some layers (depending on the data source and your network speed) may take some time to render.
You may select from a number of basemaps including ArcGIS aerial imagery, terrain, topographic and street maps and Google roads, satellite, hybrid, and terrain. When creating a PDF, please choose a non-Google basemap.
Select a hunt area from the list and the map will zoom and highlight the boundary in purple.
After you have selected a hunt area from the list, this tool will be activated. Open the tool and click the hyperlink(s) to download Google Earth KML(s) of the hunt area(s) you highlighted.
If you would like to add your own location data, such as GPS waypoints and tracks, upload them as a GPX file using this tool. If you data is in another format such as kml, shp, txt, csv, wpt, dat, or some other GPS specific file type you may find GPS Visualizer or GPSBabel helpful tools for converting them to GPX.
Type a place into the place search box or coordinates in the longitude/latitude boxes and click Go/Go to Coordinates. The map will automatically zoom to the location. Coordinates will be labeled with the longitude/latitude. You may be use the clear buttons to clear the points graphics off the map.
First, select your tool - Area, Distance, or Location. Then, select the units you would like the results to be in (acres, sq miles, ...miles, meters,...degrees, DMS (degrees minutes seconds). Finally, close the Measurement window and begin taking measurements. Measurement results will appear in the lower right and the modal window which you may reopen. Double-click to close polygons if measuring for area.
Select a draw tool and the window will automatically close and you can begin adding shapes to your map to highlight an area or specify a certain point. Double click to close polygons. To add a text label to your map, first add the text you would like to appear in the textbox after Add text to your map and then click the Add Text button. Click on the map to add the label.
Create a printable version of your customized map in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF) or as an image (PNG). You may add a custom title, select a layout, select a print format, and then click Create Map! to open the map in a new window. Depending on the browser and PDF plug-in you are using, there are a number of ways to save/print the PDF/PNG by either using the browser menu or saving the PDF/PNG. It may take some time to generate the PDF/PNG.
Have a question/comment/complaint about the Map Center? Contact Us! Any feedback (good or bad) is greatly appreciated.
While we work out the kinks in the new Map Center, we will keep the old version operational. We will be phasing this out, so please let us know why specifically you prefer the old version, so we may incorporate these features into the new release. Based off your comments we've already made a number of improvements! Keep them coming!
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