Topographical maps of 23 West Virginia Wildlife Management Areas are now available online, according to Frank Jezioro, director of the W.Va. Division of Natural Resources.
The maps, featuring boundaries, contour lines, water features, roads and trails were produced by the DNR Wildlife Resources Section.
Maps are available in different formats and resolutions to accommodate different Internet speeds. To view or print a map, go to the DNR website www.wvdnr.gov and click on "New WMA Topo Maps" under "Hunting."
There are 78 Wildlife Management Areas spread across the state.