Bureau of Land Management

Volunteers Needed for Midwinter Eagle Survey
An eagle count in the Powder River Basin takes place in January. The count looks for golden and bald eagles, many of whom are only winter residents who've flown in from colder climates to the north.
Charlotte Darling, is a range land specialist with the Bureau of Land management ...
Feds Seek Comment On Livestock Trailing
KEMMERER, Wyo. (AP) — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is seeking public comment on a proposal to issue livestock trailing permits in Uinta County.
The federal agency is taking comments until Jan. 18 on the proposal. The agency is preparing an environmental assessment that will analyze the pr…
BLM Fire Restrictions Continue On Public Lands
As temperatures begin to cool and local area hunters take to the outdoors, the Bureau of Land Management reminds that fire restrictions are still in place.
Restrictions implemented by the BLM field offices in Buffalo, Casper, and Newcastle remain in effect...
Judge Rejects Coal Lawsuit
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit from environmental groups that sought to block federal coal leases in Wyoming's Powder River Basin on the grounds that burning the coal would contribute to global warming.
The Sierra Club and WildEarth Guardians had challenged t…
Ecosanctuaries Proposed As Option For Wild Horses
Over population of wild horses on public lands coupled with declining adoptions has Bureau of Land Management officials trying new ideas.
Ecosanctuaries are public-private idea still in the early stages and BLM managers are soliciting for proposals from private landowners...
Wild Horse Adoption In Wheatland
The Bureau of Land Management and the Mantle Wild Horse Adoption and Training Center will host a wild horse adoption on Saturday, June 23rd in Wheatland.
Adoption applications will be accepted beginning at 8 a.m. Approximately 10 saddle-started and halter trained wild horses will be available for vi…

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