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When Suburbia and the Wild Collide Category: Nature

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By National Geographic

Naming Contest Planned For New Assateague Foal

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By Shawn J. Soper, Maryland Coast Dispatch

ASSATEAGUE — The only new foal born to the herd of wild horses on Assateague this year is in need of a name and local residents and visitors will have the opportunity to leave a lasting legacy with an on-line eBay auction scheduled for later this year.

Northwest Tribes Take Steps To Corral Growing Wild Horse Population

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By Tom Banse, NW News Network

Growing populations of wild horses in the inland Northwest are creating headaches for federal land managers. Wild and feral horse herds overrun tribal lands in our region too.

Legal scholars challenge underpinnings of Utah’s public lands campaign

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By Brian Maffly, Salt Lake Tribune

University of Utah legal scholars released a white paper Wednesday concluding the state has no legal basis to demand the federal government turn over title to public lands.

Conservation group wants BLM environmental reviews to protect sage grouse on grazing land

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By Associated Press

BOISE, Idaho — A conservation organization is requesting the U.S. Bureau of Land Management conduct environmental reviews before renewing 453 grazing permits that contain areas designated as important sage grouse habitat.

Nevada, Wild Horse Advocates Clash over Estrays

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By Pat Raia, The horse

The Nevada Department of Agriculture (NDA) has issued a statement relative to its recent gather of wild horses from the Virginia Range located in South Reno.

Nevada asks public not to interfere with horse round up

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By Steve Timko, RGJ

Horse gathers continue in the Virginia Range between Reno and Fernley and the Nevada Department of Agriculture reminds the public it is illegal to interfere with the round ups.

Wild Horse Advocates Respond to Nevada Dept. of Agriculture Statement on Horse Captures in South Reno

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Reno, NV – October 28, 2014 – Today, the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign (AWHPC), the coalition created by Return to Freedom, responded to the Nevada Department of Agriculture's (NDA’s) press release issued earlier today regarding the removal of Virginia Range wild horses from the range.

BLM receives 38,000+ comments on Salmon Predator Derby

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By Tyler Berg, KIDK

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho - The Bureau of Land Management is going through more than 38,000 public comments regarding Idaho For Wildlife's special recreation permit request for its Predator Derby in Salmon.

Wyoming Legislators to Study Wild Horse Management

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By Pat Raia, The Horse.com

Members of Wyoming's Select Federal Natural Resource Committee want the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to rethink the way it manages wild horses residing in that state to preserve land also used for grazing privately owned livestock.

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