by R.T. Fitch While Emmy award winning cinematographer Ginger Kathrens was held in a designated “protest area” , during the Pryor Mountain round up, and required to have “security” escort herself and a small group of professional photographers, writers and authors about the Britton Springs BLM holding facility; […]
by R.T. Fitch Cloud, the world’s most famous wild horse, was released from the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) holding pens on September 09, 2009. Cloud’s family was ripped to pieces by the BLM leaving him with only half of his band’s population and all of the mares […]
from our friends at Cloud’s Blog Dear Friends; We have always believed that 20 young Pryor wild horses ages 1-2 could be successfully adopted even during these rough economic times. Now BLM is holding 57 horses and three foals at the Britton Springs Corrals located at the base […]
BLM Sets Meeting of National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board for September 28 in Arlington, Virginia
The Bureau of Land Management’s National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board will meet on Monday, September 28, 2009, in Arlington, Virginia, to discuss issues relating to the management, protection, and control of wild horses and burros on Western public rangelands. The one-day meeting will take place from […]
courtesy of our friends at the Cloud Foundation Blog The roundup of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horses is over after six days- the wild horse and burro specialist made the decision to call it so the helicopter did not go out today and no more horses were brought […]
The hot, dry afternoon was deadly still as the small band of observers sat in the dust atop a bluff overlooking the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) intake/holding facility in the foothills of the Pryor Mountains.
There are words that should be written about the courage of Cloud the wild mustang who performed like no other stallion in trying to save his band, but no time to write them. Someone should share how he defied the helicopter blades and tried to run his herd […]