by Craig Downer as published on HorseTalk The use of the contraceptive agent PZP can seriously compromise the natural adaptation of wild horses, writes wildlife ecologist Craig Downer. This, he suggests, subverts the true intent of the Wild Free Roaming Horses and Burros Act, passed in 1971 to […]
By Emily Hayes as published on The Durango Herald Secretary of the Interior skirted direct questions U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt continually stonewalled inquiries about the Bureau of Land Management’s controversial move to Grand Junction in multiple hearings earlier this week before the U.S. Congress. Originally […]
By Bailey Aldridge as published on The News Observer A horse that roamed the beach for decades on North Carolina’s Outer Banks died Friday. Amadeo, a 40-year-old blind mustang, ran wild on the Outer Banks for more than 20 years and was “king of the beach,” the Corolla […]
Source: The Dodo This is an example of why barbed wire should never be accepted upon the American landscape!
Source: Breitbart Someone has been shooting wild horses in a national forest near Heber-Obergaard, Ariz., for the last 16 months, and the unsolved crimes are tearing apart the small community. Some 35 horses have been found dead in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, with most of them killed by […]
By Lily Feinn as published on The Dodo “It was just the most beautiful thing.” No one at the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) corral had ever seen twins before. But when they checked on Elsa one morning, a wild horse who had recently come to the corral […]
By Mark Price as published on The News Observer The Outer Banks hold countless dangers for unsuspecting visitors, from sharks to rattlesnakes, but none compares to the wild horses in February It’s their mating season, a time when seasoned stallions are known to stand on two legs, throwing […]