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The cherished Pine Nut wild horses need your voice.

January 12, 2017

Photo: Mary Cioffi

Local Communities Need Your Help to Protect Their Wild Horses

For decades, community groups have enjoyed and worked to protect the cherished wild horses that live in and around the Pine Nut Mountains Herd Management Area (HMA) in northern Nevada. But now the beloved Pine Nut horses are threatened by a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) plan to round up 500 of 579 of the mustangs living there! 

These neighbors and the horses they love need our help today! Please weigh in against a devastating massive roundup and ask BLM to work with the local community to implement a birth control program for humane, in-the-wild management of the Pine Nut wild horses.



Attorney for AWHPC Delivers Strong Defense for California Wild Horses

Yesterday, attorney David Zaft of Caldwell Leslie in Los Angeles skillfully defended a key population of wild horses in California during oral arguments before the nation's second highest court.

Working pro bono for the Animal Legal Defense Fund and representing the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign, wild horse advocate Carla Bowers and Return to Freedom, Zaft forcefully argued that the U.S. Forest Service's plan to reduce the size of the Devils Garden Plateau Wild Horse Territory and remove up to 80 percent of the horses living there violated several federal laws. The justices reacted so favorably to our arguments that a national news reporter covering the hearing predicted "eventual victory" in our case! Read more about the lawsuit and our fight to protect these mustangs by clicking below.


Have you purchased our 2017 calendar yet? It features stunning photography by amazing wild horse and burro photographers and AWHPC friends!  

You won't want to miss this opportunity to purchase this beautiful calendar... A limited supply remains, so don't delay! All proceeds will be used to fund our advocacy, litigation, field, and rescue programs.



January 18: Sulphur Wild Horse Roundup Begins

January 29: Reveille Wild Horse Roundup Begins

February 8: Cedar Mountain Wild Horse Roundup Begins

February 10: Nominations for the BLM Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board Due

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