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By Joy Ufford
Sublette Examiner Via Wyoming News Exchange 

BLM seeks input on horse plan


March 11, 2020

David Martin

Wild horses corralled at a public viewing area in Rock Springs, managed by the Bureau of Land Management stand around as they await adoption or transportation to a future home. A proposal by the BLM would remove up to 1,500 horses from BLM lands within the checkerboard.

PINEDALE - The High Desert District's wild horse draft environmental impact statement and proposed Bureau of Land Management revisions for its management are open for public comment through April 30. The BLM's "preferred alternative" would remove about 74 percent or 1,529 of the wild horses from four herd management areas or HMAs, where populations are well above its current appropriate management levels or AMLs. HMA acreage where BLM actively manages wild horses would be reduced by about 87 percent to "herd areas." The BLM denes herd areas as public lands where horses were found in 1971 w...

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