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BLM Issues Deadly Permit for Wolf Derby

Source: The Teton Valley News

“The BLM’s self-righteous propensity to play God over the native creatures of our public lands stretches far beyond the destruction of our wild horses and burros but all the way to the very predators that would naturally regulate the herds, IF they even needed to be regulated.  638 more words

Wild Horses/Mustangs

Wilderness: The Next 50 Years?

Wilderness: The Next 50 Years?

By: Martin Nie and Christopher Barns

September 3, 2014 commemorated the fiftieth anniversary of the Wilderness Act of 1964. No other environmental law, save perhaps the Endangered Species Act, so clearly articulates an environmental ethic and sense of humility. 2,095 more words


The Bundy Ranch - from Carol Bundy . . . keeping you informed. . . ~J

Dear Friends,

Tonight, the BLM is holding a public meeting on the proposed Areas of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC). There have been many concerns of how this will affect the Ranch and, most importantly, all of Southern Nevada. 484 more words


Centennial Mountains

This 28,000-acre Centennial Mountains Wilderness Study Area, which forms the boundary between southwest Montana and Idaho, is some of southwest Montana’s wildest country. Designated as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern in 2006, it is considered an important corridor for wildlife movement, providing an east-west trending mountain range connecting the Yellowstone Ecosystem with the rest of the northern Rocky Mountains. 55 more words


Canon City BLM Checkerboard Horses

Tom and I spent the day at the Canon City, Colorado BLM facility yesterday photographing the Checkerboard horses from Wyoming (Salt Wells, Adobe Town and Great Divide Basin HMA’s). 434 more words

Pam Nickoles Photography

Energy: BLM finalizes northern Alaska drilling plan

Conservation groups say new road will hammer wetlands, tundra and wildlife

Staff Report

FRISCO — A new Bureau of Land Management plan for fossil fuel exploitation in Alaska has spurred criticism from environment groups, who say that a road included in the proposal will permanently damage the Western Arctic’s sensitive wetlands and tundra, with impacts to wildlife and subsistence values. 342 more words