|Continue west on Kimberlin road across Int 35 and take the first right...top center of picture|
This is copy out of the BLM website:
The Pauls Valley facility serves as a resting point for animals arriving from the West and being shipping to adoption locations in the central and eastern United States. With 12 pastures stretching across 400 acres of land, this facility provides wild horses and burros a natural and safe environment until they are placed in new homes. The facility can hold a maximum of 600 animals, although the actual number of wild horses and burros at the site varies throughout the year. A drive-up interpretation site situated near the pastures allows visitors to view the animals as they leisurely roam and graze on the land.
Adoption Details: Adoptions are held on the second Tuesday of each month at the Pauls Valley facility, from 8 am - noon (starting in February 2009). There is a mixed group of 70-80 animals available for adoption. Please visit the New Mexico's wild horse and burro website for additional schedule information and details. You may also call the BLM's Wild Horse and Burro National Toll Free Number at 866-4MUSTANGS.
|One can see corrals, trucks and pastures on both sides of the road all the way up to the interstate on the right. Google photos can be several months old, so it makes sense to update these aerials.|
|Processing center, corrals going off to the left and pastures on right and left|
This is the closeup with corrals on the left that are extending further along. (Google dates pics to 2011)