Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 107 Part 2.djvu/74

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107 STAT. 1026 PUBLIC LAW 103-104—OCT. 12, 1993 natural resources within the recreation area shall be permitted only to the extent that such management is compatible with and does not impair the purposes for which the recreation area is established. Recreational activities within the recreation area shall include (but not be limited to) hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, skiing, backpacking, rock climbing, and swimming. (b) MANAGEMENT PLAN.— The Secretary shall, no later than 5 years after the enactment of this Act, develop a management plan for the recreation area, as an amendment to the Santa Fe National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan, to reflect the establishment of the recreation area and to conform to the provisions of this Act. Nothing in this Act shall require the Secretary to revise the Santa Fe Forest Land and Resource Management Plan pursuant to section 6 of the Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act of 1974. During development of the management plan for the recreation area, the Secretary shall study newly designated land within the recreation area, and adjacent national forest land. (c) CULTURAL RESOURCES.— In administering the recreation area, the Secretary shall give particular emphasis to the preservation, stabilization, and protection of cultural resources located within the recreation area in furtherance of the Archaeological Resources Protection Act of 1979, the National Historic Preservation Act, and the Act of August 11, 1978 (42 U.S.C. 1991) (commonly referred to as the "American In(tian Religious Freedom Act"). (d) NATIVE AMERICANS.—(1) In recognition of the historic use of portions of the recreation area by Indian peoples for traditional cultural and customary uses, the Secretary shall, subject to the provisions of section 2(n) in consultation with local tribal leaders, ensure the protection of religious and cultural sites and provide access from time to time to those sites by Indian peoples for traditional cultural and customary uses. Such access shall be consistent with the purpose and intent of the Act of August 11, 1978 (42 U.S.C. 1991) (commonly referred to as the "American Indian Religious Freedom Act"), "nie Secretary, in accordance with such Act, upon request of an Indian tribe or pueblo, may from time to time temporarily close to general public use one or more specific portions of the recreational area in order to protect traditional and customary ' uses in such portions by Indian peoples. (2) In preparing and implementing management plans for the recreation area, the Secretary shall request uiat the Governor of the Pueblo of Jemez and the chief executive officers of other appropriate Indian tribes and pueblos make reconmiendations on methods of— (A) assuring access to religious and cultural sites; (B) enhancing the privacy and continuity of traditional cultural and religious activities in the recreation area; and (C) protecting traditional cultural and religious sites in the recreation area. (e) WILDLIFE RESOURCES.—In administering the recreation area, the Secretary shall give particular emphasis to the conservation and protection of wildlife resources, including species listed as sensitive by the Forest Service, within the recreation area and shall comply with applicable Federal and State laws relating to wildlife, including the Endangered Species Act of 1973. (f) HUNTING. —The Secretary shall permit hunting and fishing on lands and waters under the jurisdiction of the Secretary within