By Grace Kuhn, Special to The Salt Lake Tribune
December 11, 2020
Utahns need to know what’s happening to their horses. It’s not pretty.
American Wild Horse Campaign links Bureau of Land Management cash incentive adoption program to the flood of federally-protected wild horses and burros into kill pens
By Tandin Chapman
Move Applauded by Wild Horse Advocates
DENVER (May 14, 2022) — Today, Governor Polis released a statement following a disease outbreak that has resulted in the death of 144 horses at the Cañon City Wild Horse and Burro Facility.
Bureau of Land Management Finalizes Eradication Plan for Iconic Wyoming Checkerboard Wild Horses
Bureau will “zero out” the Salt Wells Creek and Great Divide Basin Herd Management Areas, but will preserve wild horses in the Pilot Butte Wild Horse Viewing Loop area
MEDIA UPDATE: Feds release reveal “bacterial coinfection” with equine influenza killed at least 102 wild horses at holding facility in Colorado
American Wild Horse Campaign asks why confined horses were not vaccinated against Influenza Virus and whether sanitation Issues at facility contributed to the deaths
Cañon City, Colorado (April 30, 2022) – Questions mount over the recent deaths of at least 102 horses at the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)’s Canon City wild horse holding, where 2,500 wild horses captured from western public lands are confined.
As Inola adoption event looms near, the American Wild Horse Campaign warns of risk of slaughter for these federally-protected animals
(TULSA, OK) March 22, 2022 — The American Wild Horse Campaign (AWHC) today warned that wild horses and burros being offered for adoption at an event on Friday and Saturday in Inola are at high risk of slaughter, thanks to a federal program that pays people $1000 to adopt an untamed wild horse or burro.
By Mary Koncel, AWHC Program Specialist
(March 4, 2022) On an early Sunday morning last October, a large red stock trailer backed down our driveway and maneuvered its way to the main door of our barn. After over a 2,000-mile trip from a foster home in Wyoming, Huck and Puck, two Bureau of Land Management (BLM) burros pulled from a kill pen in Oklahoma, had arrived at their new home in western Massachusetts.
Recently an AWHC volunteer attended one of the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) satellite adoption events in Okeechobee Florida. She recounts the experience below.
(March 1, 2022) The BLM adoption event in Okeechobee, Florida was quite a sad event for me to observe.
I was startled to learn that the 55 mustangs and 12 burros who arrived in Florida were in Utah just the day before, where the temperatures were below 0 degrees.