ELY, Nev. (AP) — Federal officials are planning to resume the roundup of dozens of horses south of Ely in early January.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management began gathering the horses in November but had to suspend the work when the animals moved into higher elevation wilderness.
The roundup resumes Jan. 5 and is expected to last several days.
The BLM says it will remove about 150 wild horses and take them to corrals in California where they can be adopted or sold.
The agency says the public is welcome to watch as the horses are gathered.