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Posted: Thursday, August 2, 2012 12:00 am

SURPRISE VALLEY, Calif. — The water was gone, dried up in summer’s heat, yet the wild horses stayed at Summit Springs in the Fox Hog Herd Management Area.

Bureau of Land Management officials at the Surprise Field Office overseeing the herd were paying close attention to the Summit Springs location and the drought there, said Jeff Fontana, public affairs officer for the BLM’s northern California district.

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1 comment:

  • K Gregg posted at 8:18 pm on Thu, Aug 2, 2012.

    Grandma Gregg Posts: 1

    Here is the rest of the story:
    http://ppjg.me/2012/07/20/who-owns-and-controls-our-water-on-our-legally-designated-wild-horse-and-burro-land/#more-20873

     
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