Roundups get the attention of the public and media in a way that brings contention and controversy. 2016 was no exception. Many things occurred in 2016 that effect management on the range […]
Overcrowded vs Overpopulated
As with any issue surrounding wild horses and burros controversy and propaganda reproduce more than flies in a hot barn in August. At present Wild Horse Education is active in the pursuit […]
Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board Meets
The Bureau of Land Management’s National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board will meet Monday, April 14, 2014, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Tuesday, April 15, 2014, from 8:00 […]
Urgent! Comments Needed to Protect All Wild Horses!
A massive Draft Environmental Impact Statement is accepting public comments. The document is intended to protect the Greater Sage Grouse. The documents for comment can be found here: http://www.blm.gov/nv/st/en/prog/wildlife/greater_sage-grouse.html The sage grouse is […]
BREAKING NEWS! BLM Releasing Wild Horses from Diamond Complex Back to the Wild!
Please read all updates on the Diamond Complex horses. The re;lease was blocked by Eureka county and the livestock community. The NACO litigation ensued as retaliation against grazing restrictions in the livestock […]
A Point by Point Response to BLM on NAS from Leigh
Wild Horse Education (WHE) founder and president, Laura Leigh, responds point-by-point to BLM’s press release about the just-released National Academy of Science (NAS) study which found serious flaws in the Bureau of Land […]
Diamond Wild Horses: “Keep Them in The Wild!”
Today Laura Leigh of Wild Horse Education (WHE) went to the Northern Nevada Correctional facility to visit with the 30 (plus 2) wild horses being held for release back into the Diamond […]
Keep Them in The Wild!
Keep Them in The Wild A New Approach to Saving Wild Herds Keep Them in The Wild is a program that WildHorseEducation.org has developed to address issues surrounding wild herds in the wild, […]
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