Wild horses focus of management study

University of Wyoming and BLM begin wild horse movement study.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the University of Wyoming are beginning a study to learn more about the seasonal use and movements of wild horses in the Adobe Town herd management area (HMA).

During February, up to 30 wild mares will be bait-trap gathered and fitted with radio collars for the study. No wild horses will be removed during this non-helicopter gather, an announcement said.

University of Wyoming scientists Derek Scasta and Jeff Beck, both in the department

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