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Wild Horse Off-Range Pasture Tour open to the public

Posted: August 07, 2017

Bureau of Land Management invites the public to see up to 400 wild horses roaming on approximately 1,700 acres of Tall Grass Prairie. Afterwards, get a virtual reality experience of wild horse habitat in the West via America's Mustang Experience!

Two tours available: 8:30 am and 12 noon (Boarding begins 30 minutes prior to departure).

This is a free public tour of a wild horse off-range pasture, seating is limited, RSVP by August 7th by calling 866-468-7826 or send email to: wildhorse@blm.gov, put "WHB Tour" in the subject line.

This tour will give the public a chance to observe approximately 400 wild horses roaming in a pastoral setting across 1,700 acres.

Reservations are required for the tour prior to July 30. Visitors will be shuttled to the pastures by the BLM from Bartlesville: no personal vehicles will be allowed. The charter buses will be fully equipped with A/C, rest rooms and USB ports.

The charter bus will depart from Washington Park Mall 2350 SE Washington Blvd in Bartlesville, attendees should watch for the Charter bus.

Attendees should wear casual clothes, and comfortable shoes. Cameras and video cameras are welcome.

For more information on other events or adoption and direct purchase options, visit blm.gov/whb or call 866-468-7826.

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