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RENO, Nev. (AP) - Federal land managers say a new aerial survey of wild horses along the California-Nevada line confirms that enough horses were left on the range after a roundup removed nearly 2,000 of the animals.
The BLM says the roundup was necessary because overpopulation was harming native wildlife and the range and threatening the mustangs with starvation.