by Nanticha Ocharoenchai as published on Mongabay A new study suggests that returning Wild horses to grasslands in Czech Republic could increase populations of some threatened butterfly species. In the Czech Republic, horses have become the knights in shining armor. A study published in the Journal for Nature […]
An open letter by equine advocate Charlotte Roe Fellow Wild Equid advocates, fans and partners; While the nation is riveted on impeachment hearings a vital part of our nation’s history is being threatened for its very survival. We can’t, won’t let up on this challenge. The BLM just rounded […]
Source: The Dodo “We need a little ‘HAPPY’, today.” ~ R.T. This dog thinks he’s a horse like his BFF — they LOVE to give each other kisses. You can keep up with Doug and all of his adventures on Instagram, go_doug_go_: https://thedo.do/doug.
Source: CBS News …during a brief Sunday evening press conference that track officials were “deeply saddened by the events today.” Two racing horses were killed after sustaining injuries on the track during races at Del Mar Racetrack in California on Sunday, the racing club confirmed, and a third […]
Good friends are hard to come by. But as many of us know, they can come in any size or shape. Any species too, as it turns out. Update
Source: baltimore.cbslocal.com There are 75 wild horses on Assateague Island, according to the most recent population census by the Maryland Park Service. According to officials, there are 22 stallions and 53 mares in the herd on Assateague Island National Seashore. A 5-month-old filly named Chantilly Lace was the […]
“Mainstream Media continues ‘Fake News’ campaign to further BLM’s special interests plan to destroy and slaughter the last few wild equines that grace America’s public lands…” Unedited Fake News propaganda piece (a few good jabs delivered at the end): The U.S. Bureau of Land Management must utilize adoption, […]