Can a stallion named Gus save the Corolla Wild Horses from extinction?


By Todd Corillo, News Channel 3

Corolla, North Carolina (WTKR) – A young stallion named Gus just might be the key to saving the wild horses that roam the beaches of Corolla.

Report: Grouse needs 3-mile buffer from drilling


By Associated Press

BILLINGS, Mont. — A government report with significant implications for the U.S. energy industry says a struggling bird species needs a 3-mile buffer between its breeding grounds and oil and gas drilling, wind farms and solar projects.

Assateague Analyzing Feces To Determine Mares’ Future Pregnancies


By Shawn J. Soper, The Dispatch

ASSATEAGUE — While it certainly isn’t the most glamorous aspect of managing the famed wild horses on Assateague, a biological technician is spending much of November conducting pregnancy tests on many of the mares on the barrier island in an attempt to predict how many if any new foals will join the herd in the coming year.

BLM concludes eastern Nevada wild horse gathers



ELY, Nev. ( & KRNV) -- The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Ely District has ended its Silver King Highway and Triple B Nuisance Wild Horse Gathers. The BLM gathered and removed 117 wild horses from in and around the Silver King and Triple B Herd Management Areas (HMAs) in eastern Nevada.

Drones new research tool for wildlife, land


By Tony Davis,

LAS CIENEGAS NATIONAL CONSERVATION AREA — It’s black and squat, matches the size of a small trash can, and looks a bit like R2D2 from “Star Wars.

Environmentalists file suit over Idaho wolf hunt derby


By Keith Ridler, Idaho Statement

BOISE, Idaho — Four environmental groups filed a lawsuit late Thursday to prevent a federal agency from extending a wolf- and coyote-hunting derby onto additional public lands in east-central Idaho.

A new map shows rangeland health nationwide


By Tay Wiles, HCN

When the Bureau of Land Management ordered the removal of cattle from public rangeland this summer near Battle Mountain, Nevada, the state was in its third year of severe drought.

Effort Begins to Revive Endangered Przewalski Horse Population in Kazakhstan


By Julia Rutz, The Astana Times

Przewalski horses are expected to be delivered from Germany’s Nurnberg Zoo in an effort to revive the breed in Kazakhstan, according to a recent announcement by the press service of the Kazakh Ministry of Agriculture.

Shifting winds in public lands debate


By David DeMille, The Spectrum

In Southern Utah, officials suspect that could mean less momentum for President Barack Obama's policies on issues such as public lands development and more leverage when negotiating with federal agencies over access and management.

Controversial Policy Thins Western Wild Horse Herds


By Tom Banse, Here & Now

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


Subscribe to RSS - News