Oh, look. There’s that American Herd woman Cindy MacDonald again, reporting on the obvious, unless of course you work for the BLM, then nothing makes sense, especially anything that comes out of your mouth, ever, except “we don’t manage wildlife . . .”
The Fund for Horses therefore nominates Cindy MacDonald as secretary of all interior type public lands stuff, cause she lives in a western state.
In a six part series, the queen of all known real time knowledge on all those ravenous wild horse beasts hanging out on public lands eating everybody’s lunch, MacDonald tells all about the BLM’s desert wild horse Ely murder caper without going totally mad.
Here’s an excerpt from just posted the other day, Part IV:
While describing how expanding the big game populations will impact the area, BLM downplayed their impacts on available forage for wild horses as well as describing impacts to livestock grazing as “minimal”.
When it came to describing wild horse impacts to the expanding wildlife, BLM noted “the potential for increased competition” for forage due to wild horse presence, depending on the numbers and carrying capacity of the areas.
Huh? But that makes no . . . . never mind.