U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Bait Trap Gather
Public Observation Opportunities
When can I visit?
The public lands where the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range bait trap gather will be open to the public during the gather operations, subject to necessary safety restrictions.
The public is welcome to attend the gather and visit the Britton Springs Corrals where the wild horses that have been removed from the range will be located.
To view Britton Springs Corrals Public Visitation Hours click here. PLEASE NOTE: THE BRITTON SPRINGS CORRALS WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC ON LABOR DAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2012.
Weather and gather operations can affect observation opportunities.
For general information on the Wild Horse and Burro program, call (866) 468-7826.
What are the procedures?
Please see observation protocols here.
Know Before You Go!
The BLM is committed to providing as much public access as possible, however, the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range has some rugged and remote terrain and public safety is our first priority. To access trap sites, a 4x4 WD is necessary.
Please bring a sufficient supply of food, water and sunscreen. Also we recommend you wear appropriate clothing and closed-toed shoes. Port-a-pots will be available at select trap sites and the Britton Springs Corrals.
|Last updated: 08-29-2012|
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