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Wild Horse and Burro Current Affairs… June 07, 2010

Posted by Texas Mustang Project on June 7, 2010


Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board Will Conduct Workshop and Meeting June 14-15

BLM Director Seeks Input for New Direction in National Wild Horse and Burro Program

BLM Director Bob Abbey to Serve as Acting Director of the Minerals Management Service

Twin Peaks HMA 2010 Gather Planning

The Eagle Lake Field Office is welcoming public comments on an Environmental Assessment for a proposed gather and removal of excess wild horses and burros from the Twin Peaks Herd Management area northeast of Susanville, California. You can also read details in a news release.

Comments are due by Friday, June 18. To be most helpful, comments should address the alternatives presented in the EA. Please send comments to: twinpeaks@ca.blm..gov, or mail them to: Bureau of Land Management, Attention Twin Peaks Gather, 2950 Riverside Drive, Susanville, CA.

BLM Offering Public Tour in Twin Peaks Herd Management Area

Natural resource management issues on public lands in the Twin Peaks Herd Management Area (HMA) will be discussed in public tour through the area northeast of Susanville to be hosted by the Bureau of Land Management on Monday, June 14, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

News Release Twin Peaks Public Tour 

BLM Eagle Lake Field Office
2950 Riverside Drive
Susanville, CA 96130
Phone: (530) 257-0456
Fax: (530) 257-4831
Office Hours: 7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., M-F
Contact us by Email

Tentative Gather Schedule, Updated May 12, 2010

The BLM Utah will host a public hearing at the West Desert District Office to discuss the use of helicopters and motorized vehicles in the management of wild horses and burros on Utah’s public lands. The hearing will be held on, June 9 at 6:30 p.m., at 2370 South 2300 West, Salt Lake City, Utah. An annual public hearing for comments on this issue is required by federal regulation. The Salt Lake City hearing will be the only one held this year in Utah. For additional information about the upcoming public hearing contact Jared Redington at (801) 561-4632, or the BLM Utah State Office at (801) 539-4057. For information on future wild horse and burro adoptions, visit http://www.ut.blm.gov , or contact the Delta Wild Horse and Burro Facility 435-864-4068, 600 N. 350 W., Delta, Utah, or the Salt Lake Wild Horse and Burro Center 877-224-3956, 8605 W. 12600 S., Herriman, Utah.

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8 Responses to “Wild Horse and Burro Current Affairs… June 07, 2010”

  1. LOUIE COCROFT said

    TRACIE, THANK YOU FOR POSTING ALL OF THE INFO. THE HELICOPTER MEETING WOULD BE EASY TO MISS.

    • Hey Louie!
      No problem. I meant to put it in the “Points of Interest” space at the top of the home page but if there are any documents or other info that you guys are needing or wanting, please let me know either here or shoot me an email. I’ve found so many at this point that I’m literally running out of space on my hard drive. I’m *this* close to buying an external hard drive to remedy the “clogged pipes” on my laptop LOL.

      T.

  2. LOUIE COCROFT said

    TRACIE, THEY ARE ALSO HOLDING ONE IN NEVADA SOMETIME IN JUNE. CAN YOU POST THAT ONE?

  3. LOUIE COCROFT said

    PUBLIC MEETING ON USE OF HELICOPTERS–SAID IN REPORT

  4. Gail Gordon said

    I need some help. I have a 4 year old mule (very sweet and gentle). I am looking for a companion for her, and would like information on adopting a burro. Can you point me in the right direction? I know there is a facility in Susanville. Are they who I should contact? Do you have a phone number for them? I would sure appreciate any help you can give me.

    Thanks very much!

    Gail Gordon

    • Hi Gail!

      So glad to hear that you are looking for a burro to adopt.Yes, the Susanville officepersonnel would be able to point you in the best direction for your area specifically. If you check with HSUS, you might findone whoneeds a home as a result of rescue efforts.

      Let us know if you need anything more and good luck!

      T.

  5. thanks for great informations It?s a wonderful
    Regards
    Al Riyadh

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