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New Ravendale Herd Management Area (CA-243)

LOCATION:   The New Ravendale Herd Management Area is located near the town of Ravendale, CA in Lassen County, CA and is bordered on the east by Highway 395.
 
ACREAGE:     27,500 acres are managed for wild horses
 
ELEVATION: 5,300 feet to 6,000 feet
 
TOPOGRAPHY/VEGATATION:       Terrain consists of rolling hills with sagebrush/juniper/grass type vegetation. Mountain mahogany occurs in patched, generally on north slopes.
 
WILDLIFE: Wildlife in the area includes mule deer, mountain lions, coyote, bob cats, antelope, various rodents and many different species of birds.
 
HERD SIZE:    25 head
 
HORSE COLORS:      Brown and Bay
 
SIZE OF HORSES:     14-16 hands and 900-1100 pounds
 
HISTORY:       The wild horses in this area likely originated from historical ranching stock consisting on both draft and light breeds.
 
Wild horses in the New Ravendale Herd Management AreaHorses on New Ravendale Herd Management Area

Herd in New Ravendale Herd Management Area

 
New Ravendale Herd Management Area
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