The incident will begin on September 12, according to a story posted today by the Lake County Examiner, with 500 wild horses slated for removal.
Helicopters will push the horses into the traps and the incident will be open to limited public observation.
The WHT covers 258,000 acres in northern California and has an AML of 402.
The current population is thought to be 1,205.
The destination of captured animals was not given.
A link to the gather stats and daily reports was not provided.
The WHT is subject to permitted grazing.
Horses were removed from the area in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.