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Dear Supporter, 

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is just a month away from endangering the lives of innocent wild mares in Oregon by subjecting them to egregiously invasive and inhumane sterilization experiments.

We’ve already appealed to the BLM and Oregon State University, the agency’s research partner, to drop plans to rip the ovaries out of wild mares in a procedure that veterinarians call “archaic” and “barbaric.”

Now it’s time to go to the top... to the person who can stop this. And we need your help to reach her.

Interior Secretary Sally Jewel is the person ultimately responsible for the BLM and its mismanagement of our wild horses and burros.

The buck stops with her and it's time to send her a strong message....Americans from all walks of life are counting on her to stop these egregious experiments on our cherished and federally protected wild horses.

Help us make sure Secretary Jewell hears this message loud and clear. 

Here are three ways you can get involved:

Tweet @SecretaryJewell

Post a Facebook message

You can cut-and-paste this message, or paste in your own: 

Secretary Jewell, please cancel BLM’s plans to conduct cruel and unnecessary sterilization experiments on federally protected wild horses. Please watch the video that documents this cruelty and stop these archaic experiments now! http://wildhor.se/StopThemSally # StopThemSally.

3. Send a message to Secretary Jewell by clicking here

These things take just moments of your time, but together can create a lasting impression on Secretary Jewell to let her know that Americans will not tolerate such cruel treatment of our wild horses.

Let's do this,

- The AWHPC Team  

American Wild Horse Preservation


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The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign is dedicated to preserving American wild horses and burros in viable free-roaming herds for generations to come, as part of our national heritage.