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Five things you can do to help wild horses by Carol Walker

Carol Walker of Living Images asks wild horse lovers and defenders to take action. It is critical that all of us take part. Here is what she has to say.

They have never needed you more.

Right now Congress is working on the Appropriations Bill for 2022 that will set the budget and agenda for the Bureau of Land Management going into fiscal year 2022 which begins October 1, 2021 so it is critical to contact them now.

Tell them . . .

If you are asking “what can I do to help?” Here are five things.

  1. Get the word out.
  2. Call or write President Biden: https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/
  3. Call or write the Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland: https://www.doi.gov/contact-us
  4. Contact your Senators: https://www.senate.gov/senators/senators-contact.htm
  5. Contact your Representatives: https://www.house.gov/representatives/find-your-representative

Tell them that you want wild horses managed humanely where they live on our public lands. You oppose helicopter roundups. Tell them to use proven birth control methods not cruel and dangerous sterilization or experimental methods. Discontinue the Adoption Incentive Program and make it easier for members of the public who will provide good homes to see and adopt the wild horses that are currently in holding facilities. Stop the roundups of over 10,000 wild horses scheduled to begin in July and work with members of the public to forge a new direction for our wild horses and burros.

Thank you for being a voice for them. They have never needed you more.

Once you have taken action, watch interview of Carol Walker on the Tucker Carlson show plus the link to the New York Times article that started this: Carol Walker on Tucker Carlson Show »

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