Courtesy of RTL Today Down an overgrown country road, three startled wild horses with rugged coats and rigid manes dart into the flourishing overgrowth of their unlikely nature reserve: the Chernobyl exclusion zone. Thirty-five years after the world’s worst nuclear disaster — an anniversary commemorated in the ex-Soviet […]
By Rhonda Ferris as published on The Nevada Independent Opinion I am a former Nevadan who lived and worked in Las Vegas from 1983 to 2001. I am writing because the column by Mr. David Colborne recently published by The Nevada Independent and titled “My Invasive Species is […]
by Carol Walker as published on Wild Hoofbeats The Bureau of Land Management Announces a Scoping Period for Public Comments for Four Little Known Wild Horse Herds With No Way for the Public to Find It by Carol Walker Two wild horses in Dishpan Butte The North Lander […]
by David Neiwert and Daily Kos as published on AlterNet.org “Wild Horses and Burros are not the only native species fighting for their lives…” Amid hysterical claims that wolves are driving ranchers out of business, Idaho’s Republican state Senate this week approved legislation that would enable hired contractors […]
The Dodo This blind horse used to suffer from panic attacks, but rescuers helped him feel safe.
by Carol Walker as published on Wild Hoofbeats Devastating Roundup and Removal proposed for Sand Wash Basin Wild Horses By Carol J. Walker 2008 Helicopter Roundup The Bureau of Land Management has published a proposal for removal of removing 772 wild horses from Sand Wash Basin starting this […]
By William Simpson as published on Sierra Nevada Ally A moratorium on federal wild horse and burro roundups in the state of California Opinion TO: The Honorable Eduardo Garcia, Chair The Honorable Megan Dahle, Vice Chair Committee on Water, Parks and Wildlife Legislative Office Building 1020 N Street, […]
by Carol Walker as published on Wild Hoofbeats Action Alert! You can Submit Comments and Make Your Voice Heard to Stop the Bureau of Land Management’s Monstrous Plan by April 30, 2021 By Carol J. Walker Adobe Town mare and foal On April 1, 2021 the Bureau of […]
Source: The Dodo This woman has borderline personality disorder, and just being alive was a struggle before she adopted a neglected horse named Shay. Shay learned to trust with the help of her devoted mom — and gave her a reason to love every day they spend together.
Source: The Dodo “When this horse got her foot caught in her mane and couldn’t stand up, her little baby was SO very worried…” She stood by her mom and anxiously watched while rescuers tried to help her get back on her feet ❤️
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