A review of existing land-use planning decisions is being conducted to evaluate how to best manage public lands, resources, educational opportunities, and other values associated with the recent discovery of dinosaur tracks on BLM-administered public lands near Shell, Wyoming. The tracks were not addressed in the Washakie Resource Management Plan (RMP) which was completed in 1988. A review of BLM's planning decisions for the discovery area is needed to evaluate the adequacy of existing management prescriptions for the protection of the tracks and related values.
United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, "Management for the Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite Big Horn County, Wyoming, Environmental Assessment" (1999). Environmental Assessments (WY). Paper 22.