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 image by Bureau of Land Management (@mypubliclands) with caption : "If you find yourself in southern Utah, and need an escape from the crowds of nearby popular Parks, make your way to Shee" - 1896137057638673192
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If you find yourself in southern Utah, and need an escape from the crowds of nearby popular Parks, make your way to Sheets Gulch. The first few miles of the east end side of Sheets Gulch is along a sandy wash bottom surrounded by low hills before coming up to the east side of the Waterpocket Fold in Capitol Reef National park. As with the other canyons in the area, Sheets Gulch is extraordinary in scenery and challenge. There are no developed facilities along the Notom Road, including at the Sheets Gulch Trailhead, which is managed by the BLM. Photo by @lissa.eng, BLM.

 image by Bureau of Land Management (@mypubliclands) with caption : "Petroglyph Canyon is a small canyon located in Carbon County Montana. There one can find over 18 discernible groups of p" - 1895379882880531473
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Petroglyph Canyon is a small canyon located in Carbon County Montana. There one can find over 18 discernible groups of petroglyphs. The glyphs are mostly human and animal figures that have been pecked, scratched, or rubbed into the rock. Unfortunately, the scratchings of vandals from year's past were also there. Remember, the cultural remnants left by the Ancients on your Public Lands need to be treated with respect. BLM will jointly host an Advanced Site Steward program, around the Billings MT area, with the Project Archaeology out of Montana State University this spring. BLM Photo by Mark Jacobsen

 image by Bureau of Land Management (@mypubliclands) with caption : "Just 20 miles east of Missoula lies the lower Blackfoot River. The 12 miles of river in the Missoula Field Office area a" - 1894105080735634327
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Just 20 miles east of Missoula lies the lower Blackfoot River. The 12 miles of river in the Missoula Field Office area are a great place for fishing, whitewater boating, camping, and wildlife viewing. The area also offers a great place for hunting and picnicking. During the hot summer days much of the Missoula population can be found cooling off by the river. Photo by Kyle Johnson, BLM Forester.

 image by Bureau of Land Management (@mypubliclands) with caption : "There's less than one week until #BatWeek! Follow along as @batconservationinternational takes over the account to share" - 1893192160120037507
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There's less than one week until ! Follow along as @batconservationinternational takes over the account to share some interesting facts about bats on public lands. . The big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus) is found in virtually every North American habitat ranging from timberline meadows to lowland deserts, where they roost in hollow trees, caves and rock ledges. It is often abundant in suburban areas of mixed agricultural use and can be found roosting in human dwellings, barns and churches. Like all insect-eating bats, big brown bats contribute nightly to a healthy environment and are vital players in the checks and balances of insect pests. Like many bat species, reproductive females often can consume their body weight in insects each night! --Courtesy of @batconservationinternational . Photo: @Durmphoto / Minden Pictures .

 image by Bureau of Land Management (@mypubliclands) with caption : "It’s #NationalFossilDay! This photo of fossilized ripples captured in silt was taken just outside of Casper, Wyoming. Th" - 1892489836875667550
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It’s ! This photo of fossilized ripples captured in silt was taken just outside of Casper, Wyoming. These ripples were caused by water 🌊! As water moved across the mud, the marks of the ripples were left behind. This area also includes outcrops containing fossilized remains of numerous aquatic and terrestrial species from the Triassic and Jurassic Periods. . Public lands offer opportunities for discovery for professional and citizen scientists. Students of all ages can use these lands to learn about themselves, our history, and our planet’s past and present. . Photo by Brady Owens, Public Affairs Specialist for the High Plains District, BLM. . . .

 image by Bureau of Land Management (@mypubliclands) with caption : "The Crack in the Ground is Southern Oregon’s little-known geologic wonder and is a volcanic fissure over two miles long " - 1891068063021821603
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The Crack in the Ground is Southern Oregon’s little-known geologic wonder and is a volcanic fissure over two miles long and up to 70 feet deep in Lake County. The length of the fissure can be hiked, as there is an established trail along the fissure’s bottom. Normally, fissures like this one are filled in with soil and rock by the processes of erosion and sedimentation, but because Crack in the Ground is located in such an arid region, very little filling has occurred. As a result, Crack in the Ground exists today nearly as it did shortly after its formation. When you get there it is easy to cool off, as the bottom of the crack can be as much as twenty degrees below the surface temperature. 📸: Photo by Greg Shine, BLM.

Last day of the Instagram takeover for the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse ONA and the Veterans Fishing Classic. This was the 4th annual event and it was the biggest and best yet. 140 veterans and their families attended and many were lucky enough to reel in a catch! “The first fish I have ever hooked was here at the Veterans Fishing Classic, a day to mark in the books!” Proudly said by a family member of a veteran. Another veteran mentioned this was his third time to attend and he looks forward to coming every year. “It was a gorgeous day filled with fishing and fish tales. We appreciate our partners and the opportunity to support our Nation’s veterans and help them experience their public lands,” said Peter De Witt, ONA Manager. Overall it was O-Fish-Ally an awesome day! While the “Classic” is the signature fishing event, there are ongoing activities for veterans and their families throughout the year at the ONA.

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The Veterans Family Fishing Classic is part of the Fisheries for Veterans Project, a national project which builds on the known therapeutic qualities of outdoor engagement to provide opportunities for veterans and their family members to recreate on public lands, while promoting stewardship and an appreciation of public lands. The 4th annual event was held today at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse ONA in south Florida.

 image by Bureau of Land Management (@mypubliclands) with caption : "Fishing is often the line connecting people to their public lands and the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural A" - 1888854021490582156
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Fishing is often the line connecting people to their public lands and the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Outstanding Natural Area in Florida is a great place to cast a line. The waters around the lighthouse, Indian River Lagoon and the Loxahatchee River, have long been known for the quality of fishing, making it the perfect location to unite Veterans and their families for a day of fun, friendships and fishing. Tomorrow we are hosting one of our annual Veterans Family Fishing Classics.

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Fall colors are peaking in CA's Eastern Sierra and should still be great this coming weekend. The Bodie Hills surround & are named after California's most famous ghost town.  Although these rounded sage-covered peaks are less dramatic than their adjoining Sierra Nevada neighbors, they climb above 10,000 feet and offer great opportunities for prepared travelers to explore away from the crowds. A loop route leading from the Bodie Ghost town back to Bridgeport via Bodie-Masonic and Aurora Canyon Roads offers glimpses of hidden windswept aspen groves- even better views can be had with some hiking. Both mule deer and pronghorn antelope can be seen along the route. High clearance vehicles are recommended for these remote unpaved roads and check local weather conditions before venturing out. 📸 by Bob Wick, BLM.

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BLM Colorado winds down its IG takeover with an adventure on the Alpine Loop Backcountry Byway! Located northeast of Silverton in San Juan and Hinsdale counties, the Alpine Loop is a premiere visitor destination, drawing off-highway-vehicle enthusiasts from across the country who are treated with a route network that climbs above timberline, accessing unparalleled vistas. While many roads are accessible with regular two-wheel drive vehicles, getting into the alpine areas require high-clearance, four-wheel-drive vehicles. Plan your trip accordingly and enjoy ! 🎥: Jayson Barangan, BLM Colorado

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BLM Colorado’s Instagram takeover continues with highlighting Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, locates in southwest Colorado. Peppered with more than 9,300 archaeological sites representing Ancestral Puebloan and other Native American cultures, Canyons of the Ancients is a gem of BLM’s National Conversation Lands. Neighboring the National Park Service’s Mesa Verde National Park and Hovenweep National Monument, Canyons of the Ancients is woven into the rich cultural tapestry of the famed Four Corners Region. This special place is off the beaten path, offering a primitive exploration experience. Artifacts, rock art, middens and cliff dwellings tell a profound story, giving visitors a glimpse of what ancient life was like there. It is a sacred place and a source of pride for Native communities in the area. 🎥: Jayson Barangan, BLM Colorado