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State Herd Area: Twin Peaks (CA)

TWIN PEAKS HERD MANAGEMENT AREAThe Twin Peaks HMA is located approximately 25 miles northeast of Susanville, CA. Highway 395 borders the HMA to the west. The herd area contains some 798,000 acres in Lassen County, CA and Washoe County, NV. The entire HMA has a planned management range of 600-850 wild horses and 75-110 burros. The HMA is managed as 5 separate home ranges. Some of the original wild horses in this area descended from Spanish stock. Descendants of US Army Cavalry remounts prior to and during WWI and historic ranch stock consisting of both draft and light breeds make up most of the herd today. The wild burros likely originated from historic sheep operations in the area.

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