Sanctioned by Interior Dept Secy Deb Haaland First, a look at the roundups making the news all of which are based on lies, and ending with Haaland's deadly stand. Based on lies ELY, Nev. (KLAS) — Due to overpopulation, the Bureau of Land Management will be working to curb the wild horse population in the northeastern… Continue reading BLM’s drive to destroy America’s wild horses continues
VIA PRESS RELEASE / JULY 2021 The BLM plans to start gathering horses in early October ROCK SPRINGS — The Bureau of Land Management is planning to gather and remove approximately 3,555 wild horses from the Adobe Town, Salt Wells Creek, Great Divide Basin, White Mountain and Little Colorado herd management areas this fall. The gather… Continue reading BLM to gather and remove up to 3,555 wild horses in Southwest Wyoming
AMERICAN WILD HORSE CAMPAIGN Wild horses and burros are authorized to roam on just 27 million acres of public land designated as their habitat, that they must share with livestock. There are approximately 700,000 to 1 million cow/calf pairs authorized by the BLM to graze public lands today. BLM estimates there are 88,000 wild horses and burros.… Continue reading Wild horses vs livestock on U.S. public lands
Local woman would use them for therapy roles Cross-posted from ABC.Net.au » By Bronwyn Herbert and Hannah Ross / 14th July 2021 A 29-year-old woman has set her sights on rescuing more than a dozen brumbies that run wild through a North Coast national park. Samantha Ross — from Halfway Creek, a mid-point between Coffs… Continue reading Plea to save wild brumby herd who roam the NSW North Coast
Yes, wild horses can prevent wildfires. It has been proven scientifically time and again. In the article below naturalist William E. Simpson II explains why. It is critical to understand just how important wild horses are to the health of the lands they run. Wild horses are saviours, not destroyers. —Editor. * * * NEWS… Continue reading Can wild horses help prevent wildfires in the West?
THE CALL TO ACTION IS NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU. As of 19th July, you can still tune in to the program regarding Utah's Onaqui wild horses the BLM is currently rounding up by helicopter. Learn what is happening, how it is unfair and what can be done to stop it! Renown wildlife biologist Craig Downer… Continue reading Stop the Onaqui wild horse roundup happening now
Letter to the Editor | Opinion Page | The Washington Post | 6th July 2021 Kathleen Parker’s June 27th Sunday Opinion column, “We have too many wild horses. But this is not the way.,” brilliantly highlighted one aspect of heritage animals’ mistreatment by the Bureau of Land Management. Unfortunately, it also perpetuated the myth underlying the… Continue reading Maybe there are too many cows, not too many horses
PRESS RELEASE There’s no doubt that today, wild horses and burros are in their darkest hour. And human meddling is closing the door on their future. YREKA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 3, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — After thirty-years of non-profit organization advocacy efforts by wild horse activist organizations and over $100-million in donations spent, wild horses… Continue reading Parading celebrities to save wild horses: Does it help wild horses or the non-profits?
PRESS RELEASE Appropriations bill would set aside $11 million in dedicated funding to pursue safe and reversible fertility control options. WASHINGTON, DC (July 1, 2021) —The Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) and the American Wild Horse Campaign (AWHC) commend the U.S. House Appropriations committee for advancing bipartisan language today that would require the Bureau of Land… Continue reading House Committee moves to reform federal wild horse program
E&E News reported that the Bureau of Land Management acknowledged for the first time today (June 30, 2021) that it is conducting an internal investigation into allegations that some wild horses and burros adopted into private care through a popular program have ended up at auctions for slaughter. Nada Culver, BLM's deputy director of policy… Continue reading BLM to investigate claims wild horses are adopted and sold for slaughter