The Buffalo Hills wild horse roundup has come to an end. A total of 380 wild horses were captured and 10 died onsite; including 2 broken necks.
Every operation will illustrate issues with the program distinctly. Buffalo Hills illustrates failures in the humane policy (CAWP), communication and foaling season (population growth).
You can see ongoing team reporting of the entire operation by clicking HERE.
A big “thank you” to our onsite observer and support team.
You can see all of our reports HERE from Buffalo Hills.
Does Buffalo Hills only grow at about 10% annually (as roundup numbers show), or is it foaling season right now on the range? BLM seems to want to have it both ways…. “population numbers explode each year so we need to keep slamming populations down near genetic collapse AND we can round them up when we say foaling season has ended even though the numbers born are half of what we say.” A bit contradictory, eh?
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