Horses running on public lands.

Diamond Hills South HMA

Location: The Diamond Hills South HMA is administered by the Ely District, (Egan Field Office). It is located in the most northeastern tip of the Diamond Mountain Range comprising the smallest portion of the Complex. 

Size: The area consists of 20,082 acres of BLM land and zero acres of a mix of private and other public lands for a total of 20,082 acres.

Topography/Vegetation: The Diamond Mountain Range consists of rolling foothills, valleys, and very steep, narrow canyons along the eastern and western face of the Diamond Range. Elevations range from 5,700 feet in Diamond Valley to 10,660 feet at Diamond Peak. Wild horses are often found near Diamond Peak during the summer and move off the mountain into the valleys and foothills during periods of heavy snowfall.

AML:  10-22

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Diamond Complex Wild Horse Gather 2013