Category: Wild Burros

Often forgotten, the gentle burros are, likewise, under attack by governmental agencies in an attempt to mirror efforts to manage all native wild equines into extinction

Despite the Pandemic, the Bureau of Land Management Will Continue Wiping out the Wild Horses in the Red Desert Complex of Wyoming

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 […]

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Let’s Stop the Impending Wild Horse Slaughter

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.

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It’s Always the Ranchers

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, […]

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Wild Lands Wild Horses

ThisMustangLife.com “Wild Lands Wild Horses” is an exploratory docu-series traveling across 10 states within 150M+ acres of public lands. Wild Horse advocate and photographer, Jamie Baldanza & Deb Lee Carson, transports us through America’s western landscape bringing national awareness to the majestic lives and politically complicated lives of […]

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Savagery in the Great Basin

by Katie Fite as published on CounterPunch.org The Bureau of Land Management has spent the pandemic churning out rapacious public land projects at breakneck speed. This includes egregious grazing decisions drastically increasing livestock numbers for powerful ranchers. After complaints, Idaho BLM Director John Ruhs responded that ranching was […]

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