By: William E. Simpson II Catastrophic Wildfires Devastating Salmon Runs – Not The Klamath River Dams – Wild Horses offer an important partial solution to mitigating wildfires It seems that too many people, including elected officials and land managers, continue to overlook or in some cases, intentionally ignore […]
Are Some Wild Horse Non-Profit Advocates Violating the Intent of the 1971 Free Roaming Wild Burro and Horse Protection Act?
By: William E. Simpson II as published on ValueWalk “Let’s start by examining some facts, instead of the misleading agenda-driven narratives that are promoted by some non-profit activists who condone what are arguably violations of at least the intent of the very Act created to protect wild horses […]
by William E. Simpson II as published on ValueWalk American Wild Horses Are Arguably Worse-Off Today A recent article at Reason, titled ‘Predictably, Wild Horses Are Still Suffering Due to Federal Slaughter Ban’ stated that, “Turns out that basing animal rights policy on the strong feelings of animal […]
Collapse Of Terrestrial Herbivore Populations, Wildfires, And Ocean Acidification – Is There A Link?
By: William E. Simpson II In this article, I put forth a novel thesis that; there is connection between the depletion of large-bodied native species herbivores, wildfires, and accelerating ocean acidification (‘OA’). Let’s first examine what is believed to be currently happening with our atmosphere and oceans in […]
by William E Simpson II as original posted on The Pagosa Daily Post “American wild horses are native species wildlife and are an important natural and cultural resource” Native species American wild horses are keystone herbivores on the American landscape and whose co-evolved symbiosis with flora and fauna […]
William E. Simpson II’s Testimony In Support of California’s Assembly Joint Resolution Resolution 5 (AJR-5)
By William Simpson as published on Sierra Nevada Ally A moratorium on federal wild horse and burro roundups in the state of California Opinion TO: The Honorable Eduardo Garcia, Chair The Honorable Megan Dahle, Vice Chair Committee on Water, Parks and Wildlife Legislative Office Building 1020 N Street, […]
Guest OpEd by William Simpson Recently, American Wild Horse Campaign (AWHC) has promoted a Petition proposing to take some management role of the free-roaming native species American wild horses at Pokegama area of Oregon. In that Petition, they state: “Speak up for the Pokegama wild horses today – […]
An open letter to the President of the United States of America – Joseph R. Biden Jr. about the Bureau of Land Management’s mismanagement of native-species American wild horses. Yreka, CA, February 10, 2021 –(PR.com)– To: The Honorable President of The United States of America – Mr. Joseph […]
By William E. Simpson as published on The Pagosa Daily Post “Only a tiny minority of Americans want to see American wild horses sent to slaughter to make room for more livestock grazing on public lands.” Obviously, we don’t see most Americans giving up their hamburgers and steaks, […]