Source: Buffalo Field Campaign “Here at SFTHH we have care and concern for all things wild as we would like to see our fellow passengers, on this Spaceship Earth, keep their rightful seats as being…WILD and FREE!” ~ R.T. We haven’t had too much to report from […]
By Mark Price as published on The News Observer The Outer Banks hold countless dangers for unsuspecting visitors, from sharks to rattlesnakes, but none compares to the wild horses in February It’s their mating season, a time when seasoned stallions are known to stand on two legs, throwing […]
By Dalton LaFerney Las Vegas Review-Journal Authorities (contractors) have completed the removal of 1,716 “excess” wild horses in Nevada and Utah, according to the Bureau of Land Management. The BLM gathered the horses from herd management areas in Lincoln County in Nevada and Iron and Beaver counties in Utah. The […]
Joseph Pimentel, Bisnow Los Angeles As horse racing at the iconic Santa Anita Park faces new scrutiny, the city of Arcadia is pushing to come up with a master plan for the 300-acre site, a city official told Bisnow. The privately owned track has weathered a barrage of […]
By Joe Whitworth as published on Food Safety News A Salmonella outbreak linked to horse meat from Romania sickened 25 people in France this past year, according to a new report. Eleven cases were men and 14 were women. They ranged from 2 to 90 years of age and […]
“Ole Fred was a lot quieter than the bulk of kids we are required to endure screaming while working, frequent flyers are attempting to rest. I would fly First with Fred, anytime!” ~ R.T.
Source: ABC15.com March 16 is the deadline for public comment on the fate of the Heber Wild Horses Last week, the Forest Service released its proposed management plan for the Heber Wild Horse Territory. It includes plans to limit the horses’ range to 21 square miles. The surrounding Apache-Sitgreaves […]