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									DeLand and DeLeon Springs

LAK

TERY EME IAS C ED

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ARAPAHO DR

CR

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GOOD EARTH DR

HO H LLY MO AM CK

GRAY RD

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CR
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CR 403 8 (REY NO L DS

RD)

REED ST

SR

11

CR 4053 (GRAND AV)

CR 4047 (MARSH RD)

US HWY 17 (WOODLAND BLVD N)

HIGHL

AND P ARK R D

OLD DAYTONA RD
US HWY 92 (INTL SPEEDWAY BLVD E)

US HWY 17-92 (WOODLAND BLVD N)

CR 4099 (GARFIELD AV N)

SR 15A (SPRING GARDEN AV N)

CR 4092 (PLYMOUTH AV W)

CR 4092 (PLYMOUTH AV E)

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STATUS
Scrub Natural Communities

Land Cover with Florida Scrub Jays

²

The parcels in red are identified by Florida Natural Areas Inventory (FNAI) and/or Volusia County Environmental Management (VCEM) as Landcover with Florida scrub jays. Prior to the issuance of any permits for these parcels, a scrub jay survey* will be required by Volusia County. Parcels in blue are identified by FNAI and/or VCEM as Scrub Natural Communities (oak scrub, sand pine scrub, scrubby flatwoods, xeric hammock, coastal strand). There is the potential for these parcels to be occupied by the Florida scrub jay*. Prior to the issuance of any permits, VCEM will require that a scrub jay survey be carried out on commercial and new subdivisions. Scrub jay surveys are also required for single family residential lots greater than one acre. Single family residential lots that are less than one acre will be inspected by VCEM to determine whether scrub jays are utilizing the parcel. Prior legally permitted activities within red or blue areas may exempt a parcel from the review process. Also, there is the potential for scrub jays to occur on sites not identified by red or blue in the FNAI survey. Since the 2004 hurricanes, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has suggested that scrub jays may occupy sites where they were not previously recorded; therefore, if scrub oaks are identified on site there is the potential for the occurence of scrub jays. * See Volusia County protocols for the type of survey required. Information on requirements for FWS Florida scrub jay surveys can be found on http://northflorida.fws.gov/

November 05, 2007

CR 4101 (KEPLER RD N)

N PO CE O LE DE N
( 38 40 YN RE D OL SR D)

C MC Y VE OR RD

VD BL
US HW Y 17 N

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PISTOL RANGE RD

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NE LI HT

VD BL

CR 4097 (JACOBS RD)


								
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