By Bailey Aldridge as published on The News Observer A horse that roamed the beach for decades on North Carolina’s Outer Banks died Friday. Amadeo, a 40-year-old blind mustang, ran wild on the Outer Banks for more than 20 years and was “king of the beach,” the Corolla Wild Horse Fund said on Facebook on […]

via A blind Wild Horse was ‘King of the Beach’ in the Outer Banks died Friday — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

By Lily Feinn as published on The Dodo “It was just the most beautiful thing.” No one at the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) corral had ever seen twins before. But when they checked on Elsa one morning, a wild horse who had recently come to the corral after a roundup, they discovered two little […]

via Feel Good Sunday: Wild Horse Mom Is So Excited To See The Babies She Thought She’d Lost Forever — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

By Mark Price as published on The News Observer The Outer Banks hold countless dangers for unsuspecting visitors, from sharks to rattlesnakes, but none compares to the wild horses in February It’s their mating season, a time when seasoned stallions are known to stand on two legs, throwing punches like boxers. They bite, too. “Wild […]

via It’s mating season for Outer Banks wild horses ~ Safety First: Stay Clear — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

By Dalton LaFerney Las Vegas Review-Journal Authorities (contractors) have completed the removal of 1,716 “excess” wild horses in Nevada and Utah, according to the Bureau of Land Management. The BLM gathered the horses from herd management areas in Lincoln County in Nevada and Iron and Beaver counties in Utah. The roundup, which began Jan. 16, ended on Tuesday, according […]

via More than 1,700 wild horses removed from Nevada-Utah ranges — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

Source: March 16 is the deadline for public comment on the fate of the Heber Wild Horses Last week, the Forest Service released its proposed management plan for the Heber Wild Horse Territory. It includes plans to limit the horses’ range to 21 square miles. The surrounding Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest covers more than 43 thousand […]

via March deadline for public comment on the fate of Heber Wild Horses — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

Published by Carol Walker on Wild Hoofbeats The Bureau of Land Management just announced plans to destroy three wild herds of horses in the Checkerboard Area of Wyoming’s Red Desert. These wild horses are federally protected and living on 2 million acres in southeastern Wyoming. The proposed Resource Management Plan would zero out the Salt […]

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