ALBUM: King Range National Conservation Area
Limited supply: King Range National Conservation Area map
We are offering a limited number of these maps for free! They normally cost $3 each, and after this limited special supply is depleted, they will again be on sale in our online bookstore and at BLM's Arcata Field Office for $3 each.
"King Range National Conservation Area Draft Resource Management
Plan and Draft Environmental Impact Statement" (BLM California
FEATURE: Lapel pin
A colorful pin celebrating the wonders of the King Range National Conservation Area - established by Congress 33 years ago this month. See photos of this "spectacular meeting of land and sea" in this week's News.bytes Photo Album feature.
1. Bright Star Wilderness Area
2. Nopah Range Wilderness Area
3. Sacatar Trail Wilderness Area
Take your best guess and check your answer against other readers, in our interactive photo quiz:
TRIVIA QUESTION OF THE WEEK
YOUR ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS:
cabins 'adopted'by volunteers; California program helps repair remote
structures" (BLM National Office Web site)
CEMEX GRAVEL MINE PLANS
"BLM chief tours embattled
site for Cemex mine" (Antelope Valley Press, 1/13/2004)
"Appeal filed to save the stickleback" (Los Angeles Daily
"Fast fire action sought
from military aircraft"
(Riverside Press-Enterprise, 01/13/2004)
"Fire fears shelve
plan to save frog" (Sacramento Bee, 01/08/2004)
HEADLINES AND HIGHLIGHTS
"Red tape causes delays"
(Victorville Daily Press, 1/14/2004)
"Federal charge of
$25,280 to fulfill records request angers activist" (Los Angeles
"BLM to conduct oil
and gas lease sale in February" (BLM California news release,
"Price placed on paradise"
(Visalia Times-Delta, 1/9/2004)
Officials complain of repeated
trespassing at site of planned high-end housing project" (Barstow
Desert Dispatch, 1/13/2004)
charged with cruelty to mustangs once rescued from Nevada" (San
Francisco Chronicle, 01/08/2004)
TRIVIA QUESTION OF THE WEEK - ANSWER:
The pocket mouse is so named because:
(d) They carry seeds in fur-lined "pockets," on the outside of their cheeks. Several other types of mice are also called "pocket mice" because of this.
Learn more about this animal in our BLM California online database (Note: the Wildlife Database is hosted on the Department of Interior's secure Web server - see note under "Selected Upcoming Events" below.)
(Note: the Upcoming Events database is on a secure Web server, and your browser may state "You are about to view pages over a secure connection" and ask you to "Trust a Security Certificate" from the Department of Interior that hosts this site. To view the pages, you must select "Yes" or "OK" for both questions.)
01/17/2004 - Cache Creek
Free Guided Hikes
01/21/2004 - Horse and
burro gather plans public meeting
01/24/2004 - Cache Creek
Free Guide Hike
01/29/2004 and 1/30/04 - Northeast California Advisory Council meeting
01/31/2004 - Cache Creek Free Guided Hikes
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