“The few remaining wild horses in Colorado just can’t catch a break. For years we fought via lawsuits to stop the assault and efforts of the BLM to zero out the few horses in the area (in favor of cattle and extraction interests). But even after they managed […]
BLM removes 133 West Douglas wild horses so far, and 1 horse dies while being loaded into trailer by Sun J
Apparently, in spite of a horrific death when a horse broke it’s neck while being loaded into a trailer by BLM contractor Sun J, BLM spokesman David Boyd tried to spin the “news” to say the roundup was “going well.” It seems that the lives of wild horses […]
Sadly, we did not prevail in stopping the BLM from proceeding to zero out the West Douglas Herd. We continue to fight the mismanagement and decimation of our wild horse herds. Our voices count, and are the only hope they have. – Carol Walker, Director of Field Documentation […]
You can call the roundup hotline at 970-878-3818 for information about daily public viewing “opportunities.” (like this is a big gift to you) To find out about the daily number of wild horses removed, injuries and deaths, you can look here. SHAME ON THE BLM.
PO Box 390, Pinehurst Texas 77362 For Immediate Release: August 24, 2015 Wild Horse Freedom Federation Partners with The Cloud Foundation to Block BLM’s Plan to Zero Out Colorado’s Unique West Douglas Herd Pinehurst, TX – Since 2010 wild equine advocacy groups Wild Horse Freedom Federation (WHFF) and […]
BLM Plans Annihilation of Colorado’s Historic West Douglas Wild Horse Herd Colorado Springs, CO (August 12, 2015) – “Mustangs inhabited the West Douglas Herd Area (WDHA) long before Colorado was even a territory, let alone a state,” stated Toni Moore, Board Member of The Cloud Foundation (TCF). In […]
DENVER (Sept. 20, 2012)—A Federal court decision handed down last week gave the West Douglas Wild Horse Herd another reprieve. Honorable Judge Collyer held that she could not rule on the issue of whether the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) can zero out the West Douglas herd until BLM issues a decision to round up the horses. Plaintiffs contended that the Court could review and hold illegal BLM’s long-held land use planning decisions issued since the 1970’s and most recently in 2005 to eradicate the herd, especially in light of the fact that BLM has cancelled roundups of the horses once Plaintiffs challenged them in court—a classic example of BLM gamesmanship. The Court held, however, that the issue would not be ripe for judicial review until BLM once again issues a decision to round up the horses.