The Devil's Garden Wild Horse Territory in the Modoc National Forest near Alturas, California is home to one of the state's largest and most robust wild horse populations.
But like other herds, the Devils Garden horses are the target of livestock grazing interests, which want to...
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More wild burros call Arizona home than anywhere else in the West. Over 5,000 burros are estimated to roam the western part of the state, where these hardy animals are highly adapted to the harsh desert...Read more
552b5a96e9edf.image_.jpgThe BLM has been quietly removing wild horses and burros via bait trapping, a less invasive and controversial method of removing horses. However, the BLM is contracting with livestock companies to remove wild horses... Read more
July 27, 2016
Each year, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) uses helicopters to stampede, capture and remove thousands of federally protected wild horses and burros from their homes on the range.
The roundups are brutal events that force wild horses and burros to run for miles...Read more
July 14, 2016
Last night, just after midnight on the floor of the House of Representatives, U.S. Rep. Jared Polis (D-CO) rose to defend America’s wild horses from the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM’s) dangerous and destructive mass sterilization plans.... Read more
July 5, 2016
We love our supporters. Wild horse advocates are passionate, opinionated and willing to do whatever it takes to help mustangs and burros. We appreciate you, and wouldn't be able to...Read more
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By Simone Netherlands, President of the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group
Re-published from the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group's Facebook post.
Wild horses...Read more
June 23, 2016
If we ever questioned what public lands ranchers and their political allies in Congress really have in mind for America’s wild horses and burros, the answer was abundantly clear yesterday’s House Natural Resources Federal Lands Subcommittee on the Bureau of Land...Read more