Public Invited to Tour Oklahoma Wild Horse Pastures

The BLM is offering a free half-day public tour of a wild horse off-range pasture in Nowata, Oklahoma, on Aug. 1.
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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has scheduled a free half-day public tour of a wild horse off-range pasture in Nowata, Oklahoma, located about 10 miles east of Bartlesville.

The free tour, which will take place on Saturday, Aug. 1, is designed to give the public an opportunity to observe approximately 850 mares roaming in a pastoral setting across 5,600 acres located inside the Tall Grass Prairie.

To ensure you have an opportunity to attend the tour, the public is encouraged to make reservations prior to July 30. Visitors will be shuttled to the pastures by the BLM from Bartlesville; no personal vehicles will be allowed, as the pasture is on private property.

Attendees should wear casual clothes and comfortable shoes. Cameras and video cameras are welcome and encouraged! The charter buses will be fully equipped with air conditioning, rest rooms, and USB ports

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