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Wild Burro Night on Wild Horse & Burro Radio tonight


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Tonight’s radio show will focus on the plight of the few remaining wild burros on public lands, with guests:

burros1Marjorie Farabee, Director of Wild Burro Affairs for Wild Horse Freedom Federation and Equine Manager of the Todd Mission Ranch in Texas, and

Carl Mrozak, who operates Eagle Eye Media, based in Buffalo, N.Y., which specializes in wildlife and outdoor subjects. Carl’s work regularly appears on the Discovery Channel, The Weather Channel, CBS, PBS and other networks. Carl has attended BLM roundups of wild horses & burros, including Twin Peaks Herd Management Area in California in 2010, and the most recent roundup of burros off of the Cibola-Trigo Herd Management Area in Arizona.

Wild Horse & Burro Radio is co-hosted by Debbie Coffey, Director of Wild Horse Affairs at Wild Horse Freedom Federation and Marti Oakley, PPJ Gazette. This series of radio shows on Wednesday nights will feature guests including Ginger Kathrens of The Cloud Foundation, Simone Netherlands of Respect4Horses and R.T. Fitch, President of Wild Horse Freedom Federation.


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To listen to last week’s archived show of John Holland of Equine Welfare Alliance discussing the latest in horse slaughter issues, click HERE.

10 replies »

  1. Thank you Louie for filling in the missing information. I am the president and founder of Wild Burro Protection League as well as being director of Wild Burro Affairs with Wild Horse Freedom Federation. My day job is Equine Manager at TMR Rescue, Inc where we have over 300 donkeys, mules, and horses. We also have a herd of wild burros from both Cibola/Trigo and Twin Peaks. My expertise has been Texas Parks and Wildlife Department but I am branching out to our lovely wild burros throughout the western states where fewer than 3,000 are believed to survive in the wild on BLM lands.


  2. What a show!
    I think that anyone listening really got an education about burros and BLM and learned more than they ever imagined was going on AND why we must fight for our burros! Thanks SO much!


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