An open letter from Ginger Kathrens of the Cloud Foundation Dear friends, As many of you know, I’ve been documenting the lives of the Pryor Mustangs for a very long time. In 1994 I had a chance encounter with the stunning black stallion, Raven. A year later Raven […]
by R.T. Fitch “It dawned on me as I slept, this morning, that there was something about today, Labor Day, that resonated in my soul. Not the true meaning of what Labor Day is but instead an anniversary, a going back in time to something monumental that changed […]
Source: Multiple “I have known each of these horses since they were tiny foals…I know all of their names,” Wildlife advocates on Wednesday asked a federal judge in Montana to stop a planned mustang roundup they argue would destroy the genetic viability of a herd descended from the […]
Action alert: A critical message from Ginger Kathrens of The Cloud Foundation about the Pryor wild horses
While the BLM moves heaven and earth to to roundup the remaining wild horses & burros in the West, grants more and more permits to the extractive industries, and spares no expense for things like flying BLM personnel to the Slaughter Summit in Utah, they just can’t seem […]
Press Release from The Cloud Foundation BLM decision threatens future of Pryor Mustang herd COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – The Bureau of Land Management in Billings, Montana has launched an attack on the wild horses of the Pryor Mountains on the Montana-Wyoming border. After a lengthy comment and review […]
Source: The Mustang Center Attention: Scoping Notice for Capture and Removal The Mustang Center would like to bring your attention to a BLM Scoping Notice that was issued on September 14, 2017. It is for the “Capture and Removal of Excess Wild Horses and Continued Fertility Control in the […]
“Every now and then we get slightly burned by sharing unedited and supposedly informational articles which we ‘assume’ to be correct and concise. Of course, anything from the BLM directly is suspect from the git-go but from the mainstream media we expect better (even though the past election bias coverage should have sent the public screaming to the hills) but over the past two weeks we have been nipped twice and today we will try to rectify the most recent blooper.
Last week we shared an article that had the headlines that the BLM had increased the number of the wild horses allowed to live out their lives wild and free on the Pryor Mountains in Montana…but instead it has come to light that this is not true. Where that unedited headline came from we do not know but it did not originate from anyone who tends to SFTHH. So in an effort to clarify and bring our feet back to the ground it is the same business as usual at the BLM office in Billings Montana, under the direction of Jim Sparks, who IS currently taking comments on the current AML until the end of this week.
Included at the end of this unedited news articles are the comments of Ginger Kathrens of the Cloud Foundation and it is our hope that readers will take the time to respectfully request that Jim Sparks considers TCF’s recommendations prior to the conclusion of this week. You can make a difference.” ~ R.T.
Written by Gib Mathers as published in The Powell Tribune “I think, quite honestly, one of the biggest obstacles to their continued survival is their gene pool,” The Pryor Mountains can support another five to 15 head of mustangs, according to a new reckoning by the U.S. Bureau […]
CLAIR JOHNSON For the Independent Record “By operating with an outdated AML when it made its 2015 decision, BLM’s excess animal determination was based, at least in part, on pure guesswork,” A federal judge in Billings MT has ruled that the Bureau of Land Management used outdated information […]
Ginger Kathrens, Exec. Dir. of The Cloud Foundation, with an update on Cloud the Stallion and wild horses on the Pryor Mountains, on Wild Horse & Burro Radio (Wed., 8/12/15)
Join us on Wild Horse Wednesday (*SM) , August 12, 2015 5:00 pm PST … 6:00 pm MST … 7:00 pm CST … 8:00 pm EST Listen to the archived show (HERE!) You can also listen to the show on your phone by calling (917) 388-4520. You can call […]