Published by Carol Walker on Wild Hoofbeats “Regardless of Politics, Public Opinion, Policy or Pandemics the BLM’s mindless and brutal Wild Horse & Burro Harvesting Machine rages on” Wild stallion Hermes’ colorful family In August of 2018 the Bureau of Land Management began a roundup in the Red […]
By Sarah Maslin Nir as published in The New York Times How do prey animals stay safe in a world out to get them? And how would I? Horses talk, but not like Mr. Ed. A horse may be trained to respond to “whoa” and “giddy up,” but […]
The Dodo for Kids “Many thanks to The Dodo for recognizing the magical work that Clare Staples and her talented crew at SKYDOG Sanctuary churn out at a glorious pace. So many wild spirits are blessed to live out their lives in peace and dignity thanks to these […]
“I firmly believe that all native wild horses should be just that, wild. But when the captured are adopted, cared for and loved versus illegally shipped across our borders to go to slaughter, then that’s a win. So we share this bit of news with you, this day, […]
courtesy of The Dodo and thanks to SkyDog Ranch/Sanctuary “Once again, Clare and crew work their loving magic and do a magnificent job of restoring and recovering the innocent…we love you guys!!!” ~ R.T. When this rescued mustang finally starts running with her new best friend 💛 Keep […]
In 1891, just five years after migrating from Germany to the U.S., a 21-year-old Frederick Trump set out in search of prosperity and fortune on the Western Frontier, and soon settled in the newly admitted State of Washington. Like many other entrepreneurs, he’d heard tales of financial windfalls in the West, mainly through mining for gold and silver.
by ERIK MOLVAR as published on The Wildlife News ” I’ve never seen a rancher pipe up in protest when outrageous lies are uttered by the lobbyists who represent them…” A week ago, I was touring Montana public lands with my 13-year-old daughter. As we approached Yellowstone National Park, […]
There are signs, there’s a billboard, there’s educational material distributed by rental agencies, there are warnings plastered on websites and social media and there are deputies patrolling the beach, but people — hundreds of them — continue ignoring the warnings to stay away from the Outer Banks endangered herd of Colonial Spanish mustangs.
Source: The Dodo – Little but Fierce “Be Prepared for a Cuteness Overdose!” ~ R.T. This itty-bitty donkey was the size of a human baby when he was born. So his mom brought him into the house and raised him like a dog! Today on Little But Fierce, […]
Source: ESPN The California Horse Racing Board on Friday put Los Alamitos on probation for 10 days while the track develops a plan to address an increase in horse deaths. The board voted 5-1 remotely in an emergency meeting to allow the Orange County track to continue racing […]