Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge Comprehensive Management Plan, (Summary Document), Final Environmental Impact Statement, U.S. Department of the Interior, 1996.
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Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge Comprehensive Management Plan, (Summary Document), Final Environmental Impact Statement, U.S. Department of the Interior, 1996.

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Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge was established in as a range for remnant herds of pronghorn antelope. Since then, the management of the Refuge has broadened to include conservation of all its native wildlife species, as well as the restoration of native ecosystems for the public's enjoyment, education, and appreciation. Hart Mountain Refuge is a good trip to view wild life There are plenty of pronghorn antelope to read more. Reviewed June 4, SublimityCharlie Read all 25 reviews. All photos (16) Traveler Overview. “Spectacular scenery” “Good for photographers” Powered by Weather Underground. Lakeview, OR +1 /5(26). Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge is a National Wildlife Refuge on Hart Mountain in southeastern Oregon, which protects more than square miles (1, km 2) and more than species of wildlife, including pronghorn, bighorn sheep, mule deer, sage grouse, and Great Basin redband refuge, created in as a range for remnant herds of pronghorn, spans habitats ranging from Location: Lake County, Oregon, USA. Friends of Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge. likes. Friends of Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge is a nonprofit, volunteer group whose mission is to support the goals and purposes of Followers:

Get this from a library! Final environmental impact statement for the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge: comprehensive management plan. [U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Region 1.]. Refuge management challenges include potential development of privately owned inholdings, recreation management, and staff shortages related to budget shortfalls. Though Hart Mtn. NAR is due for an updated management plan, prioritization of other refuges means that a Comprehensive Conservation Planning process will be delayed.   Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge in southern Oregon had been grazed by cattle for many decades when in the cattle were removed. The refuge had been created in as a “last stronghold” for remnant pronghorn antelope. Since that time Author: Ralph Maughan. The Hart Mountain Comprehensive Management Plan calls for total removal of these horses. Over species of birds and mammals are found on the refuge. Pronghorn, sage grouse, mule deer and California bighorn sheep are featured species.

We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), intend to revise the comprehensive conservation plan (CCP) for Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge (Refuge). An environmental impact statement (EIS) evaluating effects of various CCP alternatives will also be prepared. We provide this notice in. The Hart Mountain area offers some of the most appealing day hikes in Southeast Oregon. Though tucked away at the end of a paved highway in the remote high desert east of Lakeview, its rims and canyons are accessible from good roads leading to the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge. Order of the Antelope. likes. The Order of the Antelope is an Oregon fraternal/social club that supports wildlife conservation at the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge in Lake County, ers:   In this interview, Herman recalls personal experiences that illustrate how cattle grazing at Oregon's Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge degraded habitat essential to wildlife.