Monday, March 5, 2018


    SAN DIEGO — Feral cattle in one of California’s newest national monuments have become a nuisance to hikers and local vegetation. 
    The U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management said it plans in March to dispatch a team of federal land managers, biologists and representatives of the nearby Morongo Band of Mission Indians reservation to come up with a strategy and funds to eliminate the unbranded cattle and collarless dogs.
  But the process could take months.

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