Here we go again. It’s only three days into the controversial Silver King roundup, south of Ely, Nevada, and the BLM has already killed four perfectly healthy wild horses out of the 177 they’ve taken into custody. Continue reading
Federal agencies and a helicopter contractor last week conducted an unannounced wild horse gather of nearly 400 mustangs at the Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge 200 miles north of Reno, a operation that led to legal action by wild horse advocates.
On Friday, advocates who documented the Sheldon mustang gather filed affidavits to their ongoing federal court action in Reno, which requests a restraining order against federal roundups. The advocates allege that their observer at Sheldon last week was harassed by the contractor and federal employees and that the observer discovered a grave site strewn with the bones of horses killed during previous roundups.
The wild horses of the Silver King Herd Management Area south of Ely, Nevada are about to know their last day of freedom. When the day dawns on Saturday, September 25th, almost 600 stallions, mares, and unweaned foals will flee their homes with fear and terror as a belligerent helicopter whirls down upon them with one goal in mind: capture.
Using its own brand of twitsted logic, the BLM has determined that 600 wild horses are about 546 too many for the 606,000-acre basin in Nevada’s Lincoln County. In the 21-year period between 1985 and 2006, the agency removed 792 horses from the Silver King HMA. Why the BLM has now decided to decimate the wild herds in this area by removing so many horses at once is a question that defies a rational answer.
The Silver King legal action is supported by Grass Roots Horse, a nonprofit equine welfare charity with a focus on citizen action.
We are thrilled to report that following a massive public outcry, the West Australian Government has called off the planned aerial killing of wild horses at Lake Gregory in the Kimberleys.
If you were one of the 8,146 caring people who joined our recent online campaign to stop the cruel slaughter of these magnificent animals, then thank you!
In a few short days, the government agency, Bureau of Land Management, for no explained reason will target exclusively wild burros in Arizona, Cibola-Trigo herd. The ancestors of the wild burros truly built America. If anyone knows burros or donkeys the horror of their fate at hands of contractor sadists will hit you hard, especially if you look at the three pictures at the end of this page. Continue reading
OUR MUSTANGS ARE GETTING THEIR SANCTUARY AND HAVE THE BLM’S SUPPORT!!!
Wild horses are federally protected and cannot be sold in slaughter auctions. Feral domestic horses are not covered by the same laws. The two groups can look identical.
Animal advocates and Congress want the Bureau of Land Management to explain the criteria they use to determine which horse gets to live and which horse will die.
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EMP. (GRH) – The lawsuit regarding the July Tuscarora wild horse roundups and First Amendment Rights had some initial victories that I am not sure many people are aware of. I also wanted to give an update on the action still pending on this lawsuit. Continue reading
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In the evening along the Colorado River I had luck: Beautiful horses, a band of 4 came to the river for drinking…
Next day, early in the morning I went on photo safari looking for horses and had luck again.. Continue reading