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burro

the Spanish word for donkey; commonly used in North and South America.
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Government statistics show the population "exceeds the rangeland carrying capacity of 27,000, resulting in degraded habitat and conflicts with other uses, such as wildlife and grazing,'' the BLM says, and that the "Wild Horse and Burro Adoption Program is the primary tool'' to keep the population in check.
In 2008, TPWD temporarily ceased using lethal control and allowed the Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue, a national organization, to try trapping burros in the park.
The selection process for the chef to cook the state dinner, according to Burros, started early in the summer.
The long-term sustainability of BLM's Wild Horse and Burro Program depends on the resolution of two significant challenges: (1) If not controlled, off-the-range holding costs will continue to overwhelm the program.
These ambling herbivores emerge from underground burrows each spring to feast on the desert's brief green-up, a flush of annual plants that burros also relish.
Matt Williams first brought the burros on the Dalquest Research Site to the senior author's attention.
Visitors find plenty of that in Oatman -- namely the wood-plank sidewalks, the weathered storefronts, and the burros.
of wild homes and burros live on lands managed by the Department of the
Burros need to be introduced to every new animal that comes in or they will try and drive it off or kill it--not a pretty sight.
Scott considers David's Burros to be both his cooking specialty and his biggest cooking success, along with his mother's grilled lemon chicken.
History: Research Wild Horse Annie and the events leading up to the passage of the 1971 Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act.
Soon, miners scurried along the trails like an army of ants, spurring burros hauling heavy saddlebags.