Mares and foal in Onaqui Mountains in Utah (photo: Carol Walker) by Debbie Coffey, V.P. & Dir. of Wild Horse Affairs, Wild Horse Freedom Federation In my humble opinion: The ASPCA, Return to Freedom, HSUS, Humane Society Legislative Fund, and the little known American Mustang Foundation (formed by lobbyists in 2016) are signatories on a […]

via ASPCA, Return to Freedom and HSUS cow-towed to the livestock grazing industry by concurring with lies and joining a plan to sell out America’s wild horses & burros — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

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Open Letter from AWHC, at WHFF we share their dismay. Dear Wild Horse & Burro Advocates, This is a difficult email to write, but our commitment to protecting America’s wild horses and burros requires us to share this update. AWHC has always placed a high priority on working collaboratively with other wildlife and animal protection […]

via Wild Equine Groups Continue to Cry “FOUL” on Coalition Plans — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

“Read it and weep, unproven fertility control, increased “gathers”, etc.. Circumventing ALL other Wild Horse & Burro advocacy groups these masters of donations have decided to team up with the welfare ranchers and BLM to wipe out the last of the wild ones on their rightful land. These groups are driven by money and donations, EXCLUSIVELY, and have no regard for the future of our wild herds. They have shown their true colors and it is sickening. The propaganda is posted, below.!” ~ R.T.

via Alleged Humane Coalition Crawls Into Bed With BLM and Welfare Ranchers to Eradicate Wild Horses & Burros From Public Lands — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

Source:Wild Hoofbeats On Earth Day 2019 Protect Our Wild Horses and Burros by Carol Walker, Director of Field Documentation, Wild Horse Freedom Federation On Earth Day 2019 the theme is Protect Our Species, https://www.earthday.org/campaigns/endangered-species/earthday2019/ and I find that is appropriate given the challenges that wild horses and burros in America are facing today. Most of the wild […]

via On Earth Day 2019 Protect Our Wild Horses and Burros — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

Center for Biological Diversity News Release The U.S. Interior Department has reduced fees for grazing cattle and sheep on federal public lands to the minimum allowed under federal law ― $1.35 an animal-month. Yesterday’s announcement applies to grazing in national forests and on public lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management. The 41-year-old formula […]

via Trump Administration Lowers Grazing Fees, Endangering Public Land — Natural History Wanderings