Benjamin Spillman | Reno Gazette Journal “I kept screaming, ‘Stop, get off my land.’ He didn’t pay any attention to me. He just kept going,” she said. “He scared my horses away and they ran with the wild horses.” Before it descended into chaos, Friday was a typical […]
Source: the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary Remembering Dayton O. Hyde March 25, 1925 – December 22, 2018 Dear Friends, Thank you so very much for the friendship, visits, donations and love all of you show the mustangs here at the Sanctuary. The twenty-three years I have spent […]
By Emilie Karrick Surrusco as published on EarthJustice.org The new acting Interior Secretary, David Bernhardt, has been described as a “walking conflict of interest.” As 2019 begins, it’s out with the old and in with the same old, same old. Scandal-ridden Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke released […]
Wild Horse Freedom Federation‘s President and Co-Founder, R.T. Fitch, sends a New Year message to supporters, donors and the Board of WHFF.
By LEE JUILLERAT For the Capital Press “Hyde lived a full life, not only as a rancher and author, but also as a naturalist, environmentalist, cowboy historian, rodeo photographer and rodeo clown…” KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Dayton O. “Hawk” Hyde hadn’t lived in the Klamath Basin for more […]
by Kenn Orphan as published on CounterPunch.org “Extinction is the rule. Survival is the exception.” – Carl Sagan “To argue that the current extinction event could be averted if people just cared more and were willing to make more sacrifices is not wrong, exactly; still, it misses the […]
By Laura Singleton The Independent “To clarify – the Forest Service needed to come up with a wild horse management plan for the Heber horses,” WHITE MOUNTAINS — Eleven years ago 19,700 acres of the Black Mesa Ranger District in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests were designated the Heber […]