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Wild Horse Adoption
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Bureau of Land Management Wild Horse Adoption Saturday

The BLM and the Honor Farm have worked together for 26 years to train and adopt wild horses.

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Wild horses
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BLM Needs Holding Facilities for Wild Horses

The short-term facilities must be able to accomodate a minimum of 200 horses and be close to and readily accessible from a major U.S. interstate or highway.

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Internal BLM Memo Shows Mustang Woes

Wild Horse and Burro Division Chief Joan Guilfoyle recommended suspending all roundups until thousands of mustangs currently in federal corrals are sold or adopted.

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Gas Drilling
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Proposed Parcels for 2014 Oil and Gas Lease Sale Posted

The posted list, which identifies 53 proposed parcels totaling 52,348.290 acres,

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Wild Horses
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Bureau of Land Management Seeking Comments on Horse Ecosanctuary

If the proposal is approved, the BLM would sponsor the ecosanctuary at a funding level comparable to what it pays for the care of wild horses on long-term pastures in the Midwest.

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BLM Considers Drilling in the Little Mountain Area Near Rock Springs

The Bureau of Land Management has announced it will work to involve the public by extending the comment deadline and holding a public meeting as they review an application to drill in the Little Mountain area, a popular hunting and fishing spot south of Rock Springs.

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Conservationists Blast the Recently Released Wyoming Sage Grouse Plan Amendment

Conservationists Conclude Wyoming Federal Sage Grouse Plan is "Wishy-washy," "Inadequate"

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Sage-Grouse Management Land Use Plan Amendment Available

The BLM and the Forest Service have been working closely with cooperating agencies to incorporate local expertise and information. Public involvement in reviewing this draft is the next important step.

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Grizzly Bear Deaths Down In The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem [AUDIO]

Researchers say grizzly bear deaths have declined more than 50-percent this year in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) generated over $2.8 million for leasing rights on parcels offered at the agency's quarterly federal oil and gas lease auction held Tuesday

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Senator John Barrasso
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Barrasso Calls For Obamacare Repeal [AUDIO]

U.S. Senator John Barrasso says the best way for the Obama administration to help middle class Americans would be to repeal Obamacare and cancel the new national energy tax. The Bureau of Land Management has identified the preferred route for the Proposed Gateway South Transmission Line. Amy Richards reports. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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