WILD HORSES NEVADA (Warning: Graphic Image) — On May 10, 2017, Tuesday’s Horse received an email from the Professor and Chair of the Geological and Environmental Sciences Department of a California University stating he was leading a student field trip in Northumberland Canyon south of Austin, Nevada the previous weekend and they discovered the following:
We came across six horse carcasses, all missing their heads. This was very disturbing to the students and I am trying to figure out what happened. Was there planned culling of wild horses? Why would the heads be removed?
The Professor had not been able to reach the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) so reached out to us for assistance.
At long last I tracked down the right BLM office thanks to the coordinates the Professor provided.
After several email exchanges and a few phone calls with a BLM agent in that office, we made little…
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