BLM Wyoming manages 16 wild horse herd management areas on nearly 5 million acres. The combined appropriate management level for all HMAs in the state is 3,725 animals.

Since 1971, the BLM has removed approximately 37,000 animals from public rangelands in Wyoming as part of its efforts to maintain healthy horses and burros on healthy public rangelands. Animals removed from public rangelands are offered to the public for adoption; unadopted animals are cared for on open pastures for the rest of their lives. Below, find on-going and recently completed gathers, organized by HMA.

Adobe Town

Antelope Hills

Conant Creek

Crooks Mountain

Dishpan Butte

Divide Basin


Green Mountain

Little Colorado

Lost Creek

McCullough Peaks

Muskrat Basin

Red Desert

Rock Creek Mountain

Salt Wells Creek

Stewart Creek

White Mountain