A Roundup begins in paperwork, planning and advocate action long before a chopper flies. Help us give the reality of the wild horse a fighting chance! Wild horses are the only animal […]
Source: The Dodo “Clare Staples and all the great folks at Skydog Sanctuary are seriously great people. The video, below, is just one fine example of the good works that they do for those who cannot speak for themselves. Thanks Clare…” ~ R.T.
Spring it feels is finally here after such a brutal February and first two weeks of March. We thought that we just update everyone on little “Chaska” the foal born in December. With January being so good the little one was able to gain size and strength. Then with such a good mom he was able […]
The Sale Authority Change, The Adoption Incentive and Private Corrals at Bruneau, Idaho by Carol Walker, Director of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation Because it has been in such short supply this past year, I am going to start this article with the good. On Wednesday we heard that the BLM had rescinded […]
by Carol Walker Director of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation We won our lawsuit to prevent the gruesome sterilization experiments that the BLM proposed conducting on 100 mares from the Warm Springs HMA, which is almost 500,000 acres. I, American Wild Horse Campaign, the Cloud Foundation and Animal Welfare Institute blocked the study […]
Video by Carl Anthony Adams “Some great footage and a visual reminder of why we do what we do…it’s all for those who cannot speak for themselves.” ~ R.T.
BLM Drops Wild Horse Sterilization Experiments, Plans to Return Very Few Horses & Burros to the Range Burns, Oregon (February 15, 2019)—Wild horse advocacy groups are hailing an announcement today by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to officially abandon any plans to use mares rounded up from Oregon’s Warm Springs Herd Management Area (HMA) […]
Around 50 million years ago, long before the Epoch of the Twilight Beasts, a little mammal, Eohippus, scurried about in the forests of North America. This creature, about the size of an average dog, was the ancestor of the magnificent horse we know today. During this Period, called the Eocene, the environment and climate was […]
by Benjamin Spillman, Reno Gazette Journal Residents of Nevada’s Palomino Valley who lost horses and burros during a multi-day roundup coordinated by the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe filed suit in federal court Wednesday to order the animals returned. A horse named ‘Lady,’ thought to be ensnared during a roundup should be saved from slaughter, a […]
By Steve Hendrix as published on The Washington Post “In recent months, seven of the horses have picked up a fungus-like infection in their hoofs and legs…” CHINCOTEAGUE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, Va. — In the cold months, this barrier island is a place of austere stillness, its famed wild ponies grazing along brown marshes, […]