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    For many people, Nevada is synonymous with Las Vegas, the name conjuring images of bustling nightlife, bright lights, roulette wheels, and maybe Wayne Newton. But in a big state with a lot of public land, there’s much more to see by those ready to spend a little time traveling its back roads.More

     
  • Working With the Bureau of Land Management to Conserve Spectacular Places

    From the austere badlands and plunging canyons of the Owyhee Range in southeast Oregon, to the thousand-foot cliffs towering over the arid plain of Wyoming’s Red Desert, to the world’s oldest known ponderosa pine trees in Utah’s rugged Wah Wah Mountains, the Bureau of Land Management, or BLM, oversees some of the nation’s most spectacular wild places. These are America’s shared public lands, but although their scenic, historic, and ecological value may be inestimable, most of these places remain unprotected.More

     
  • Experience New Mexico's Rugged and Secluded Brokeoff Mountains

    The Brokeoff Mountains, 80,000 acres of rugged and remote land, lie in the southeast corner of New Mexico, 30 miles west of Carlsbad Caverns National Park. These mountains are an ecological hotbed of plant and animal species, located at the intersection of the Chihuahuan Desert, semidesert grasslands, and conifer woodlands. The region hosts a number of rare plants, the nesting home of several varieties of raptor, and the winter range for Rocky Mountain elk.More

     

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