In case you missed this news segment on wild horses, with Carol Walker being interviewed by Jane Velez-Mitchell, we are providing the link so that you can watch it. TO VIEW THIS SEGMENT, PLEASE CLICK HERE. Thank you to Carol Walker, Director of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation, and to Jane […]
Amy Atwood, a senior attorney for the Center for Biological Diversity, says it best in a quote below: the BLM is “using American taxpayers’ money to do the bidding for big business with little regard for the public interest.” For people new to the wild horse issue, the Ruby Pipeline cut will […]
Carol Walker, Director of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation, whose photographs and reports from Wyoming and the BLM’s Rock Springs holding facility have documented the Salt Wells wild horses, will be on CNN tonight (7 p.m. Eastern Time) with Jane Velez-Mitchell. Thank you to both Jane and […]
SOURCE: BLM Nevada website Just a quick update: On Dec. 10, 2013, the BLM Ely District in Nevada held an oil & gas lease sale auction that raked in $1,979,581 on 93,816 .320 acres (54 parcels) of public lands. The BLM originally offered up 303,333.900 acres (178 parcels). Thousands of acres […]
SOURCE: yahoo.com Narbonne (France) (AFP) – French police made 21 arrests Monday as part of a probe into claims horsemeat used to help produce anti-rabies and other serums ended up on people’s plates. The case sparked immediate health concerns but prosecutors were quick to quell fears, saying there […]
Part 2 by Carol Walker of Wild Hoofbeats and Director of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation photography by Carol Walker, soundtrack from Opus Moon “and they run” available on iTunes, produced by R.T. Fitch On Wednesday morning last week I was in Rock Springs, waiting to […]
“It is ‘Feel Good Sunday’ and our long term readers have brought to my attention that it is time to dust off some of our formerly published equine Christmas stories and start stirring the hearts over this holiday season; so for the remaining Sundays prior to Christmas, Christmas Eve and the 25th of December will be dedicated to sharing tales (tails) from Christmas’ past. Who knows, maybe even something new will surprise you over this season. So please enjoy and allow these vignettes to sincerely help you ‘Keep the Faith’. Best to all!” ~ R.T.
“Two weeks ago, noted photographer Carol Walker traveled to Wyoming on behalf of WHFF to witness for the wild horses as they were stampeded to capture by the BLM’s helicopter contractor. Unfortunately the stampede concluded over the Thanksgiving weekend when the public was banned from observing but Carol did have the opportunity to view the conditions at short term holding and the release of PZPed mares. Carol’s photos, shown in slideshow format exclusively, here, at SFTHH and later on her Facebook page, created quite a stir within the advocacy and around the world. So much so that Carol will be interviewed sometime next week on CNN so stay tuned for details.
Here at WHFF and SFTHH we shared Carol’s daily field reports and photos but now that she has made it home to a warm abode she has published her thoughts and descriptions of the photos that she snapped on her personal website, Wild Hoofbeats.com. We share only the opening paragraphs, here, in hopes that you will jump over to her site to view the photos, read her detailed report and comment with your thoughts.
Again, we want to thank Carol for making the trip, suffering the sub-temps and sharing her observation with this readership as the days ticked by…thanks Carol and to the Cloud Foundation advocates who were present earlier in the week at the roundup! Keep the faith my friends.” ~ R.T.
SOURCE: Science World Report by Samantha Goodwin The fossil of a new horse species has been discovered from 4.4 million-year-old fossil-rich deposits in Ethiopia by a group of researchers. It is as big as a zebra and has three-toed hooves. Evidence also suggests that the animal grazed on […]
Since I’ve written about the power of Nevada’s one state water engineer in my past articles, I was glad to see that Senior Judge Robert Estes of the Seventh Judicial Court of Nevada declared that the Nevada State Engineer’s decision favoring the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) water grab which […]