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What to do with 44,000 wild horses


The Bureau of Land Management is under fire again, this time for something it hasn’t even done.  An advisory group suggested that the Bureau euthanize or sell without restrictions the 45,000 or so  “unadoptable” horses and burros that the BLM is holding in off-range corrals and pastures.  336 more words

Science And Environment

Signs stolen after BLM replaces 'Negro Bill Canyon Trailhead' markers in Moab

MOAB, Utah – The Bureau of Land Management recently updated signage in a canyon in Moab to read “Grandstaff Trailhead” instead of “Negro Bill Canyon Trailhead”, but within days the new signs were stolen. 379 more words


In fight over Wyoming's wild horses, advocates see test of public land stewardship

By Arno Rosenfeld as published on the Casper Star Tribune

“The Rock Springs (Welfare) Grazing Association did not respond to a request for comment…”

A federal court battle over the fate of wild horses in… 744 more words

Horse News

Fantastical Fantasy Canyon

It started with Goblin Valley. The name caught my attention, of course, and when I looked it up to see what it was like, I was even more intrigued. 285 more words

Public Land

Obama administration considering expansion of California Coastal National Monument

This view is from the Stornetta Public Lands, added to the California Coastal National Monument by President Barack Obama in 2014. Image courtesy Bureau of Land Management, photo by Jim Pickering. 492 more words
Obama Administration

Group Claims BLM Is Trying To Wipe Out Wild Horse Population

By Jamie Leary

DENVER (CBS4)– There were two cases presented to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Monday, both involving the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board and the management of wild horse populations in Wyoming. 670 more words


Wild Horse & Burro Advocate Hits Back at Bogus BLM Numbers and Bad Math

“In response to a recent Elko Daily Free Press article, which was biased and riddled with BLM BS and propaganda, a wild horse & burro advocate comments in an attempt to set the record straight.  674 more words

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