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Wild Horse Warriors Meeting In Craig

The Wild Horse Warriors for Sand Wash Basin will be holding a public meeting this week in Craig. The meeting will be held tomorrow from 2 to 4 at the Craig Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center. The group will be discussing the Trail Management Plan for the area Continue reading

Wild Horse Adoption Event Postponed

The Bureau of Land Management has postponed a wild horse adoption event which was supposed to take place this weekend in Golden. The wild horse adoption will be Continue reading

Adopt A Wild Horse This Weekend

The Colorado Bureau of Land Management is hosting a wild horse adoption event this weekend in Golden. The wild horse adoption will take place Friday and Saturday at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. Horses will be Continue reading

Fire Results In Theater Evacuation

The Wild Horse Movie theater in Steamboat had to be evacuated yesterday afternoon due to a small fire. A vacuum cleaner is thought to have been the cause of the fire which occurred around 1 yesterday afternoon which kicked on the theater sprinkler system.  Firefighters Continue reading

Wild Horse Adoption In Wyoming

The Bureau of Land Management Rock Springs Wild Horse Holding Facility will be hosting a wild horse adoption event next weekend. The adoption will be held Friday January 5th and Saturday January 6th, from 9 to 3. The adoption will include approximately 60 female horses of various ages, which were Continue reading

BLM Looks For Weekend Volunteers

Volunteers are needed this Saturday to help improve the Sand Wash wild horse herd management area, as part of National Public Lands Day. The Bureau of Land Management is looking for volunteers to help with fence repair and Continue reading

Wild Horse Trapping Underway

Wild horse gathering is underway in the Adobe Town, Salt Wells Creek and Great Divide heard management areas in Wyoming. As part of the BLM’s commitment to maintaining a healthy wild horse population in these areas, they will be removing more than 1,500 adult wild horses. Of the 1,500 horses, approximately 725 would be removed from the Salt Wells Creek heard management area, 513 from the Adobe Town and 322 from the Great Divide Basin heard management area. While the gather is underway, public lands will remain open unless closures are Continue reading

NW Colorado Wild Horse Trapping Begins

The gathering of Wild horses that have strayed from the Piceance-East Douglas Herd management area in Northwest Colorado is underway. The BLM is using helicopters to trap and remove as many as 100 horses from the area.  If less than 100 wild horses are gathered from areas directly outside Continue reading

UPDATE: Three Fires Still Burning In Northwest Colorado

Firefighters limited the growth of the Himes Peek fire, burning in the Flat Tops 46 miles east of Meeker Thursday, keeping the blaze at an estimated 100 acres. Crews, who are working to extinguish the lightning started fire as fast as possible, also increased containment to 25%. The Continue reading

Wild Horse Trapping Starts Next Month

The Bureau of Land Management in Wyoming has decided to gather and remove wild horses within the Great Divide Basin, Salt Wells Creek, and Adobe Town herd management areas. After Sept. 15, wild horses will be gathered and removed in order to return populations to appropriate management levels. A population census determined wild horse Continue reading

Meeting To Talk Wyoming Wild Horse Management

The Bureau of Land Management Wyoming will hold its annual statewide hearing tomorrow on the use of helicopters and motorized vehicles in wild horse management operations, at the Rock Springs Field Office. The meeting will allow the public to comment and provide suggestions regarding the use Continue reading

Comment On Vehicle Use To Manage Wild Horses

The BLM will be holding a public meeting next week in Meeker, to discuss the use of motorized vehicles for wild horse population management in Northwest Colorado. Motorized equipment is used to accomplish numerous management objectives in Continue reading