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Bureau Of Land Management
Latest Bureau Of Land Management Items
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is seeking people's thoughts and ideas for a proposed eco-sanctuary north of Lander that would take in as many as 250 wild horses.
Federal land managers say no parcels near the Chaco Culture National Historical Park in northwest New Mexico will be up for bid during the next oil and natural gas lease sale.
Bureau of Land Management rangers are issuing $275 tickets to people who break the rules by entering winter refuges for mule deer and elk around Durango, saying it's interfering with the animals feeding habits.
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.
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.
Federal land regulators have approved letting part of a 38-mile-long service transmission line be built on land in Maricopa County.
Two Nevada organizations have sued the federal government, alleging mismanagement of wild horses led to excessive damage to rangelands and the animals themselves.
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.