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Bureau Of Land Management
Latest Bureau Of Land Management Items
Federal authorities are trying to figure out who is behind the shooting of two burros northwest of Phoenix.
The Bureau of Land Management says its most recent sale of oil and gas leases in North Dakota totaled more than $17.5 million.
An annual tally found 31 fewer bald eagles this year in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area than in 2013, but the number was still the fifth-highest total since counts began in 1991, officials said.
A planned potash mine in southeastern New Mexico would be economically viable for the next 50 years, according to a new study by a consulting group.
On the windswept northern plains, a group Ute Indians ventured along with a herd of stolen horses. Their destination in 1880, the Powder Wash area of south central Wyoming, a few miles from the Colorado border, and an isolated encampment that offered shelter, water and a place to sketch fantastic art work.
Conservation groups are challenging a timber sale that demonstrates the kind of ecosystem-driven logging that would be fast-tracked under Sen. Ron Wyden's bill to increase harvests from federally owned property in western Oregon.
Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area will waive fees at some day-use facilities on Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Federal land regulators have approved letting part of a 38-mile-long service transmission line be built on land in Maricopa County.
CROOKED RIVER RANCH, Ore. (AP) — A hike in the Central Oregon desert often requires some patience. It can take some time tromping through the sagebrush to reach the payoff. And sometimes the beauty of the desert is in the eye of the beholder.