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L.I. 881-WILDLIFE RESERVES (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS, 1974

In exercise of the powers conferred on the chairman of the National Redemption Council by section 11 of the Wild Animals Preservation Act 1961 (Act 43), these Regulations are made this 14 th day of May, 1974.

 

Establishment of reserves 1. There is hereby established a Reserve to be known as the Bia National Park, and accordingly, immediately after paragraph of regulation 1 of the Wildlife Reserves Regulation, 1971 (L.I. 710) there is hereby inserted the following
      "(g) Bia National Park"
Boundary Description 2. Immediately after the particulars relating to the Wildlife Reserves Regulations, 1971 (L.I. 710) there is hereby inserted the following:-

BIA NATIONAL PARK 
BOUNDARY DESCRIPTION

Bia National Park is situated in the Western Region and lies between Latitudes 6°20' and 6°40' North and Longitudes 2°55' and 3°15' West. Boundary pillar no. 1 is situated at the hunting camp Konkunso which is about 3 1/2 miles along the path running south-east from Debisso through Samakro. From B.P.1 the boundary runs on a bearing 124° for a distance of 170 chains passing through B.P. 2 to 5 to B.P. 6; thence on a bearing of 161°30' for a distance of 170 chains passing through B.Ps. 7 to 10 to B.P. 11; thence on a bearing of 183°30' for a distance of 595 chains passing through B.Ps. 12 to 25 to B.P. 26; thence on a bearing of 151° for a distance of 660 chains passing through B.P.27 to 42 to B.P.43, thence on a bearing of 246° for a distance of 211 chains passing through B.Ps. 44 to 48 to B.P.49; thence on a bearing of 321° for a distance of 220 chains passing through B.P.50 to 55 to B.P.56, thence on a bearing of 309°30' for a distance of 478 chains passing through B.P.57 to 67 to B.P. 68, thence on a bearing of 264°30' for a distance of 475 chains passing through B.Ps. 69 to 79 to B.P.80; thence on a bearing of 32° for a distance of 515 chains passing through B.P.81 to 92 to B.P. 93; thence on a bearing of 19° for a distance of 400 chains passing through B.P.94 to 102 to B.P. 103; thence on a bearing of 135° 30' for a distance of 93.6 chains passing through B.P. 104 to 105 to B.P. 106; thence on a bearing of 60° 30' for a distance of 371.55 chains passing through B.P. 107 to 115 to B.P. 1 which is the point of commencement.

All bearings are approximate and refer to true north.

All distances are more or less.

COLONEL I. K. ACHEAMPONG
Chairman of the National Redemption Council

Date of Gazette notification: 17 th Day 1974.


 

 
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