Let’s get off of our personal soapboxes and get on our cell phones, computers and fax’s and tell the DOI and BLM to..
By Craig C. Downer, Wildlife Ecologist (This speech was prepared to be presented to the BLM Advisory board on Sept. 7th, 2009. The BLM had announced a three minute time limit on all presentations. Without warning, as the meeting began, they cut the time down to two minutes […]
by Steven Long, editor of Horseback Magazine HOUSTON (Horseback) The Bureau of Land Management confirmed today that Cloud, a wild horse beloved by millions of fans of the PBS series “Nature” is injured. Horseback Magazine asked Billings, Montana Field Manager Jim Sparks if the agency sent someone up […]
By DOUG MCINTYRE of the Calgary Sun The mysterious wild horse slaughter near Sundre has claimed another equine victim, felled near a popular recreational area west of the central Alberta town. The latest animal shot was found Sept. 9 near Mountain Aire Lodge and brings the death toll […]
by “Mustang Jack” Meet Loren and Piper Stouts, ranchers and self proclaimed wildlife biologists. This Oregon couple alleges in a, U.S. District Court lawsuit, that federal authorities should properly control the rising wild horse population in the state. The Stout’s allege, in their federal lawsuit, that appropriate steps have not been taken, […]
by Simone Netherlands What is the difference between a wild horse and a captive horse? What is the difference between a trained and an untrained horse? What is the difference between a mare and stallion? What is the difference between a horse tortured by the BLM and a […]
Arrest made in horse kills By JEFF GEARINO Casper Star-Tribune ROCK SPRINGS – Authorities have arrested a Bureau of Land Management employee in connection with the June shooting deaths of three horses at the agency’s holding corrals. BLM spokeswoman Lorraine Keith said Tuesday that Jason Hein was arrested […]