“I think, quite honestly, one of the biggest obstacles to their continued survival is their gene pool,”
A judge ordered the bureau to recalculate the appropriate management level (AML) in 2015, said Nancy Cerroni of the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center in Lovell.
“The court finds that federal regulations, case law and its own representations to the public bind BLM to this commitment,” Watters said.
In a Dec. 21 notice, the bureau announced it had “completed an analysis of monitoring information and recalculated the AML.”
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