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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 16. Fish and Game
- Chapter 20. Conservation and Protection of Alaska Fish and Game
- Section 39. Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge.
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AS 16.20.039. Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge.
- (a) The following state-owned land and water is established as the Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge:
- (1) commencing at the Section Corner on the Fairbanks Base Line common to Sections 33 and 34, T1N R1W Fairbanks Meridian,
thence east along the Fairbanks Base Line 4703.30', thence S0 00' 16''W 235.67' to a tributary of Isabella Creek,
thence along the south bank of the tributary to Isabella Creek N70 59' 51''W 525.44', thence N88 22' 22''W 85.48',
thence along the south bank of Isabella Creek S85 27' 47''W 209.43', thence S68 10' 59''W 220.04', thence S65 19' 35''W
434.66', thence S53 52' 05''W 1228.34', thence S35 00' 05''W 300.08' to the Lemeta Subdivision, thence along the north
boundary of the Lemeta Subdivision N89 52' 58''W 646.40' to the College Road right-of-way, thence along the north edge
of the College Road right-of-way N71 53' 31''W 688.05', thence N18 21' 30''E 12', thence on a 2 17' 26'' curve to the
right 415.49', thence N62 07' 30''W 275.16', thence N27 52' 30''E 10.00', thence on a 2 26' 29'' curve to the left
473.08', thence leaving the College Road right-of-way N0 03' E 611.23' to the Fairbanks Base Line, thence N89 56' 34''E
along the Fairbanks Base Line 200.03' to the Section Corner common to Sections 33 and 34 on the Fairbanks Base Line and
the point of beginning, containing 83.7 acres, more or less;
- (2) the W1/2 SW1/4 and the SE1/4 SW1/4 of Section 27; the S1/2 of Section 28; the S1/2 SE 1/4 and the SE1/4 SE1/4 NE1/4
SE1/4 of Section 29; all of Section 34; and the W1/2 and the W1/2 E1/2 of Section 35, all in T1N R1W Fairbanks
- (3) Tract B-2 and Tract C of Alaska State Land Survey No. 83-62 in Section 33, T1N R1W Fairbanks Meridian, according to
Plat No. 83-272 as filed in the Fairbanks Recording District on December 20, 1983, and as modified by the public
utility easement vacation plat filed in the Fairbanks Recording District on February 22, 1985, as Plat No. 85-27.
- (b) The land and water described in (a)(1) of this section is subject to an easement for water and sewer lines given to
the City of Fairbanks, along a portion of the southern boundary of the tract, more particularly described as follows:
commencing at the Section Corner on the Fairbanks Base Line common to Sections 33 and 34, T1N R1W Fairbanks Meridian,
thence N89 55' W 200.01', thence S0 03' W 611.23', thence easterly on a 2 26' 29''curve to the right a distance of
approximately 201' to the intersection with the section line common to Sections 3 and 4 T1S R1W Fairbanks Meridian, and
the start of the easement, the easement being 20' wide entirely to the left of the line being now described: continue
easterly on a 2 26' 29'' curve to the right 272', thence S27 52'b 30''W 10', thence S62 07' 30''E 275.16', thence on a
2 17' 26'' curve to the left 402.96', thence N11 01' E 75.62', thence S71 38' 30''E 965.11', thence S89 52' 58''E
approximately 378.00' to the end of the easement, being a point of the boundary of the land and water described in
(a)(1) of this section.
- (c) The Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge is established to provide the following:
- (1) protection and enhancement of habitat for migratory birds with special emphasis on waterfowl;
- (2) opportunity to view, photograph, and study various species of plants, wildlife and geological features typical to
- (d) The department shall develop a management plan for the land described in (a) of this section to promote the purposes
described in (c) of this section. Recreational and agricultural activity is expressly permitted within the land
described in (a) of this section if consistent with the management plan adopted by the department.
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