Ending #TravelTuesday with a few stunning locations for your bucketlist. For more great photos and public lands to explore, check out our My Public Lands Instagram – we reached 200,000 followers just last weekend!
The #mypubliclandsroadtrip Returns for Another Summer of Adventure!
The Bureau of Land Management manages over 245 million acres of public land on behalf of the American people. Last summer, we headed out on a virtual #mypubliclandsroadtrip to “visit” those lands from east to west.
Kicking off today, the #mypubliclandsroadtrip 2016 will feature diverse landscapes and unique resources on your public lands by activity and interest, from the best camping sites to cool geological processes and formations to ghost towns. Follow the virtual roadtrip today through Labor Day, and plan your own adventures. Explore #yourlands.
Want to get involved in the fun? Follow and share #mypubliclandsroadtrip across social media, and add your own photos to the roadtrip through the weeklyMy Public Lands Instagram challenges!
New Weekly Series for the New Year – #TravelTuesday with Guest Photographer Bob Wick!
Each Tuesday this winter, follow @mypubliclands for weekly travel adventures with Bob Wick, BLM wilderness specialist. #TravelTuesday posts will feature beautiful BLM landscapes, with helpful hints for your travel planning. As a bonus, Bob, well known for his beautiful landscape photos of public lands, will share photo tips for each location.
Join us this Tuesday, January 5th, for the first post in the series – with multiple stops along California’s northern coast!
Happy Alaska Day – the anniversary of the formal transfer of the territory from Russia to the United States!
The BLM manages approximately 72 million surface acres of public land in Alaska. These diverse lands -– majestic mountain ranges, vibrant wetlands, unique coastal marine environments and vast expanses of tundra – offer amazing outdoor recreation opportunities.
Welcome to the November #conservationlands15 Social Media Takeover, our 2015 monthly celebration of the 15th anniversary of the BLM’s National Conservation Lands. Today’s takeover features beautiful locations where you can view a diversity of wildlife – from raptors to seals to caribou.
Bret Michaels and his band brought Rochester’s Wicked Moose to life. The opening act, Scarlet Haze, will continue to grow in popularity and name recognition. You can’t beat the concert experience of the Wicked Moose -creating an intimate concert experience for all in attendance.