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

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

Private livestock not wild horses are overwhelming U.S. public lands

Wild Horse by Carol Walker Living Images. See http://www.livingimagescjw.com/.

Carol Walker, of Wild Hoofbeats fame, wrote a superb and necessary post addressing the misinformation contained in the New York Times article written by David Philipps entitled “A Mustang Crisis Looms in the West.” Philipps puts the blame for the “degradation of public lands in the West on wild horses, in both the headline and… Continue reading Private livestock not wild horses are overwhelming U.S. public lands

BLM poised to eradicate last large wild horse herds in Wyoming

US Congressman, Raul Grijalva (D-AZ), supports listing of wild horses as endangered species THE CLOUD FOUNDATION PRESS RELEASE ROCK SPRINGS, WY (July 23, 2014) – The Cloud Foundation (TCF) with 280,000 followers, as well as numerous wild horse and animal advocacy groups, condemns the Bureau of Land Management’s scheduled roundup which will eliminate all wild… Continue reading BLM poised to eradicate last large wild horse herds in Wyoming

Wild horses are running out of room on and off the range

Carol Walker, who lives outside Longmont, Colo., adopted three wild horses, from the Bureau of Land Management for $125 each. Photo: Matthew Staver / NYT.

“Seeing these horses out in the wild and then seeing them in a holding pen, it will break your heart,” Carol Walker tells The New York Times. in an article by Dan Frosch, “I’d rather they be free than live with me.” Walker recently adopted three wild horses from the Bureau of Land Management and… Continue reading Wild horses are running out of room on and off the range

Removals from Cloud’s Pryor Mountain herd continues

The older stallion Prince tries to fight others for a place in the trap. (C) LIVING IMAGES BY CAROL WALKER.

Cross-posted from Wild Hoofbeats REPORTED BY CAROL WALKER "I just spent two days in the Pryor Mountains of Montana. Normally this time of year it is a beautiful and peaceful place to be. Most of the horses in the herd are up in the high meadows, foals are playing, and it is peaceful, especially in… Continue reading Removals from Cloud’s Pryor Mountain herd continues