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    Cooperative Wildlife Management Question

    Can you all explain too me Cooperative Wildlife Management areas and the use of trails that run though them.

    I was in an area a few weeks ago and ran into this.

    Been doing some searching on it but if you all have any insight into please pass it on. I've only been in Utah for a 1.5 years and this is the first time I've ran into something like this.

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    Contact the BLM Field Office closest to you ... your tax dollars hard at work
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    These are area that wildlife biologist have determined to be crucial wildlife habitat and so the BLM manages in a way to preserve this value. There are not very many of these areas around because it is only for crucial habitat. Often it is winter habitat that is important in these areas and you may be able to work with the BLM to open the trails during summer.

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    The trail I'm referring too is the one at the end of Skyline Drive in Bountiful. If I remember right it's trail 001, part of the Great Western Trail.

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