By: Brett Taylor of KDRV.com We’ve all seen it during the last several wildfire seasons in Oregon & California, the number of wildfires per year is growing and so is their intensity. Just in the last two years alone, more than two million acres have scorched by wildfires […]
The Dodo/Faith=Restored A rescued donkey, who couldn’t even walk, gets a new chance at life.
“A reader sent this in to me early this morning, anyone else caught a glimpse of this pale rider in your neighborhood?” “Have a safe and restorative day”
By: William E. Simpson II In a paper titled ‘Potential spread of cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) by feral horses (Equus ferus caballus) in Western Colorado’ by Kate Schoenecker and Daniel Manier, who work for the United States Geologic Service, wild horses are alleged as the problem in regard to […]
Source: The Dodo Series “Soulmates” This donkey fell in love with his human brother at his new home, it’s a Win/Win all the way around!
By Rachel Nostrant as published in the Army Times An Army report covered by CNN this week revealed that military horses serving as pall-bearers for Arlington National Cemetery have been suffering poor-living conditions, with one horse recently dying in February with 44 pounds of gravel and sand in his […]
Feel Good Sunday: Video~Woman Spends Over A Year Trying To Find Wild Horse And All Of His Mares And Babies
Clare Staples and her crew at Skydog Sanctuary work their magic, once again! When this wild horse dad and his family were rounded up and sold, one woman promised to track down every mare and baby for him — watch how proud he is to finally run with […]
By: William E. Simpson II Our history is important when it comes to managing our public lands, natural resources and wildlife. Much of our factual history today is being obscured by the white-noise of ignorance and politics that abounds in the media, where hearsay and monetary-motivated myths are […]
Leading the horse out of the stables on a sunny day in Kalnikow, a small village in Poland near the Ukrainian border, Iefimova said she drove to Ukraine two weeks ago to rescue it from harm’s way. “I know that my horse would be left alone in Ukraine […]
by William E Simpson II – also published on the Pagosa Daily Post Most Americans today realize that in many cases money drives politics and policy. Natural resources management in America today suffers from that fact. In regard to the government’s current mismanagement of native species American wild […]