Video above from 2011, wild horses were repeatedly electric shocked (including foals, in the face), kicked in the head, no water repeatedly in troughs in pens that were overcrowded, a helicopter hit […]
WHE is the only organization in history to take inhumane treatment into a courtroom.
After a Roundup, All About the Tag (focus: Triple B)
Before a roundup the conversation to preserve and protect our wild horses and burros lies deep in public lands law, land use, and a history of politics that masquerade as management. You […]
Many of you are writing to us asking “what is going on” with the roundup schedule. Traditionally, January and February are very busy months for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) “roundup […]
Big Green Energy Debate: Are Wild Horses Caught In It?
One question we consistently receive in our inbox involves impacts from “green” energy to wild horses/burros. Of course they are impacted. Everything that lives in a wild place is impacted. In the […]
Triple B_Day 10 (down in trailer, escape and 2 more die)
On the second day at the trap in the Antelope Valley HMA, 19 (8 Stallions, 9 Mares, and 2 Foals) wild horses were captured. 2 wild horses died. 6-year-old Palomino stallion broke […]
Triple B_Day 19 (2 escapes, roping, a baby died)
Above: During the first run of the day you can see a number of the bands that will be captured throughout the day racing back and forth to evade capture. The first […]
Habitat Fragmentation, what are we doing?
A roundup starts long before a chopper flies. Rapidly expanding mining, “green energy” and livestock use are squeezing the resources available on our public lands, including the areas designated for use by […]
After the Advisory Board
Many of you watched the BLM Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board meeting online this week; many of you took time out of your workweek to comment. You can still send written […]
STOP Roundups During Foaling Season!
Did you know the Secretary of the Interior has the power to stop roundups that happen during foaling season with one letter? Yes, she does. The BLM Wild Horse and Burro Program […]
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