BLM California wildlife biologists help conserve endangered Amargosa Vole

Amargosa Vole being fitted with a radio transmitter. (Photo courtesy of Janet Foley, University of California, Davis)
BLM Barstow Field Office Wildlife Biologist Chris Otahal, the Amargosa Vole Team Chair, with his namesake Vole at University of California, Davis captive breeding colony. (Photo courtesy of Janet Foley, University of California, Davis)
Researcher checking soft release cage during vole translocation project. (Photo courtesy of Deana Clifford, California Department of Fish and Wildlife)

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The BLM manages one in every 10 acres of land in the United States, and approximately 30 percent of the Nation’s minerals.