Source: Predatordefense.org 14-year-old Canyon from Idaho, pictured with his best friend Kasey, a 3-year-old lab. They are laying in one of their favorite spots, behind Canyon’s back yard, where he accidentally triggered an M-44 “cyanide bomb” on March 16, 2017. It killed his dog in front of him. […]
“While at first glance this sad story might not appear to have much to do with wild horses and burros but it most certainly applies, with spades. Some time ago, myself and fellow investigators from Wild Horse Freedom Federation were documenting BLM Contract long term holding facilities when we came across one contractor’s property, used to house former wild horses, with prominent signs indicating that like poison devices were in use on the very same property that captive wild horses were grazing. To date, this finding haunts us as we continue to seek ways and means to stop the barbaric removal of protected wild horses and burros from their congressionaly approved, rightful range.” ~ R.T.