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Despite protests, BLM returns wild horses to range in Nevada

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By Associate Press

RENO, Nev. (AP) - Despite the protests of a rural county and rancher, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management has returned some 160 wild horses to the range in central Nevada.

Federal Horse Play in North Carolina

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By Russ Ferguson, WSJ

One of the great prides of my home state of North Carolina is the Outer Banks. The narrow, 200-mile-long string of barrier islands sits off the North Carolina coast—a harrowing surprise for ships, but a peaceful and absurdly beautiful place for people. Horses run wild on the beaches, kicking up sand and frolicking in the waves.

Virginia Range Horses Under New Management

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By Terri Russell, KOLO TV

RENO, NV - Shannon Windle greets a wild horse on a fenced pasture in Washoe Valley.

Horses never forget human friends

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By Jennifer Viegasm, NBC News

Human friends may come and go, but a horse could be one of your most loyal, long-term buddies if you treat it right, suggests a new study.

Progress on the Range

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Spring Creek Basin HMA Model Program for Humane, In-The-Wild Management

Photo by TJ Holmes

Stand-off over 186 wild horses the BLM wants to release

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By Horsetalk

Plans to return 186 wild horses to the rangelands of Nevada are on hold in what two wild advocacy groups are calling a stand-off between federal authorities and a local rancher and his supporters.

Lawsuit Filed to Protect Sage-grouse Habitat in Craters of the Moon National Monument

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By Western Watershed Project
If the Bureau of Land Management is serious about saving Greater sage-grouse, the agency would stop issuing grazing permits that expand livestock impacts in the bird's habitat.

A Gentler Roundup

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By Jim Mimiaga, Cortez Journal

Wild horse advocate TJ Holmes is hiking for hours and hours through Disappointment Valley, north of Dolores, with a specialized dart gun.

Kill buyers the "worst enemy" of US Horses

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By Horsetalk

Kill buyers are the worst enemies of horses in the United States, according to the head of a leading American charity.

BLM awards team with helping control horse population

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By NBC News11

MESA COUTNY, Colo. The Bureau of Land Management presented the Colorado Volunteer of the Year Award to five people who participate in a darting team for fertility control.

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