Photo of Sulphur wild horses | Reuters
The Bureau of Land Management is accepting public comments on the proposed roundup and removal of an estimated 500 wild horses from the Sulphur Herd Management Area (HMA) in Utah. The wild horses in this HMA are one of America's best and last remaining examples of the original Spanish Mustangs. These beautiful and rare horses should be protected, but the BLM intends to subject them to ten years of helicopter roundups and large-scale removals from their home on the range. Please take just one moment to weigh in against removals and in favor of humane management on the range by clicking below. Comments are due on January 19, so please take action today!
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