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Brown Lots I and II Wildlife Management Area

Town: Pittsburg

County: Coos

Acreage: 808


Acquisition History: The Brown Lots WMAs were purchased from the Brown Co. in 1963.


Description: The habitat consists of mature upland northern hardwoods including sugar maple, red maple, birch, yellow birch, red spruce, and balsam fir. Abandoned logging roads weave through the properties and several streams and wetlands occur. The Brown Lots WMAs terrain consists of long, moderate slopes.


Common Wildlife: These properties have the rugged terrain and long winters typical of the uppermost region of the North Country. You can find moose, snowshoe hare, some deer and ruffed grouse.


Special Notes: A snowmobile corridor trail passes through the Brown lots.


Directions: The Brown Lots can be accessed from Back Lake Road off of Route 3.


DeLorme NH Atlas and Gazetteer coordinates: Page 52, F & G 4 & 5




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Wildlife RestorationThis Wildlife Management Area was funded in part by the Federal Aid in Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program. Your purchases of hunting equipment and ammunition make a difference to New Hampshire's wildlife resources and our way of life. Learn more.