Wild horses and burros on 60 Minutes

Did you catch it?

From young BLM volunteer to master trail builder: Local comes home to build bike trail

Story and photos by Sarah Beckwith, Public Affairs Specialist

BLM Arizona opens first developed recreational shooting sites

Story and photos by Chris Wonderly, public affairs specialist

Heritage Heroes preserve record of the Age of Mammals from 50 million years ago

Story by Cynthia Herhahn, Federal Preservation Officer. Photos by the Prineville District Office.

The Mound Line

This week, we are heading south to the Alabama-Florida state line to learn about the United States boundaries and Andrew Ellicott, a prolific surveyor involved in establishing the first southern bo

Working Winter: a sage-grouse story in pictures

By Heather Feeney, Public Affairs Specialist 
Photos courtesy of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Tom Koerner) 

BLM National Scenic and Historic Trails mapping project showcases Indigenous connections to the land

Story by Carin Farley, BLM National Scenic and Historic Trails Program Lead

Rawlins Field Office partners with Ft. Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes to train interns

Story by Bonni Bruce, Rawlins Field Office Archaeologist. Photos by Bonni Bruce and other archaeologists.

BLM and wild horse advocacy group improve habitat for all creatures

Story and photos by Sarah Beckwith, Wind River/Bighorn Basin District public affairs specialist

Socorro Field Office and partners complete La Caja Wildlife Habitat Restoration Project

Story and photos by Carlos Madril, Wildlife Biologist

Fort Brady

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