“A personal, and way too long, message thanking all of those who have given so much of themselves in an effort to improve the safety and well-being of our American equines be they domestic or wild.
Contained within this video op-ed is the historic quote, “I like to talk while I speak”…answering the decades old question of whether or not I am brain damaged; yes, would be your answer or I should use notes next time. Thank you all.” ~ R.T.
Published by Carol Walker on Wild Hoofbeats The Bureau of Land Management just announced plans to destroy three wild herds of horses in the Checkerboard Area of Wyoming’s Red Desert. These wild horses are federally protected and living on 2 million acres in southeastern Wyoming. The proposed Resource […]
By Carol Walker as published on Wild Hoofbeats The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has released a Scoping Document with a 30 day public comment period on 5 of the largest wild horse herds in Wyoming: Adobe Town, Salt Wells Creek, Great Divide Basin, White Mountain and Little […]
by Carol J. Walker, Director of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation First published on Wild Hoofbeats I attended the Fifteenmile Wild Horse Roundup last week in a remote and obscure Herd Management Area outside of Worland, Wyoming. Very few people I know had even heard of […]
by Carol Walker of Wild Horse Freedom Federation as published on Wild Hoofbeats I am once again at the BLM Worland office parking lot waiting to go out to the Fifteenmile roundup near Worland. It is my understanding that we are once again returning to the observation point […]
By Carol Walker of Wild Horse Freedom Federation as published on Wild Hoofbeats I am in the Worland WY BLM office parking lot waiting to go out to the Fifteenmile Roundup. It is much colder this morning and overcast. It is my understanding we are going to the […]
Published by Carol Walker as published on Wild Hoofbeats Carol is Director of Field Documentation at Wild Horse Freedom Federation Day 2 of the Fifteenmile Roundup in Wyoming We observers are on top of our rock formation after a very steep and treacherous long climb, and we are […]