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BLM Completes Post Roundup Population Survey for Twin Peaks Herd Management Area

Honey Bandit Wild Horse Foal

BLM Proposes National Academy of Sciences Study
Twin Peaks Wild Horse Roundup Shifts to Northern Part of Management Area
BLM Litchfield Corrals Open to the Public Weekdays
Media Advisory: Twin Peaks Gather Update Available Online
BLM Successfully Concludes First Week of Twin Peaks Roundup

BLM to Release Some Gathered Wild Horses Back to the Range Tomorrow

BLM’s Statement in response to News Media inquiries on status of investigation into allegation of foal death prior to roundup

Twin Peaks Roundup Continues with 164 Horses Gathered
Twin Peaks Roundup Begins

BLM says Twin Peaks Horses and Water Sources Healthy, Roundup to Proceed       


BLM Completes Aerial Population Survey of Twin Peaks Herd Management Area
BLM Will Lead Public Tour in Twin Peaks Herd Management Area
BLM Issues Decision for Twin Peaks Wild Horse & Burro Gather

June 2010
BLM to Hold Public Meeting on Twin Peaks HMA Gather
BLM Offering Public Tour in Twin Peaks Herd Management Area

BLM Seeking Public Comments on Environmental Analysis

BLM Seeks Public Input on Proposed Horse Gather

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 Jeff Fontana, jfontana@blm.gov
Office: (530) 252-5332
Cell: (530) 260-0189
 

Erin Curtis, ecurtis@blm.gov
Office: (916) 978-4622
Cell: (916) 350-0518

 Twin Peaks Hotline
530-252-5324
 

National Wild Horse and Burro Program,
Office:  866-468-7826
Email:  wildhorse@blm.gov