The Wild Horses of the Devil's Garden


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Horse Tails

Devil's Garden Wild Horses symbol.

Recently, several hundred Devil's Garden wild horses were rounded up for adoption.

In this series of short videos, different aspects of the process are covered including what people can do for the horses and why they care, what it takes to gentle a horse, an overview of an adoption day, and a special bond formed between a Forest Service employee and a wild horse in need of a home.

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Video Library

Bull elk in a forested setting with steam coming from his back

The Modoc National Forest is a very special place. This page shares a few of the best videos highlighting your national forest. 

Be Bear Aware

Black bears are not an uncommon sight on the Modoc National Forest. There are easy things you can do while enjoying your national public lands to protect yourself and bears from harmful encounters. This brochure should help get you started.

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Modoc's Oldest Wildland Firefighter

Mason in firefighting gear

An institution of man, Don Mason talks a bit about his experiences in the Forest Service over 30 seasons. PDF version<...

2019 gather wrap-up

A very colorful band grazing near Logan Slough show the variety the Devil

As the herd continued to grow, grazing pressure increased on lands where horses reside. PDF version


Fork Fire filling historic role

Forest floor with downed trees

Sometimes--in the right place at the right time--the safest thing to do is to help healthy wildfire safely fulfill its natural role.

Community shows up for Kids

Great horned owl on rescue worker

The Modoc National Forest coordinated two outdoor education field trips this spring for Modoc County elementary students.

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