Photo | Pam Nickoles Photography
October 26, 2016
Urge BLM to Drop Wyoming Wild Mare Radio Collar Study!
Your comments are needed today to stop the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) from conducting an expensive and traumatic helicopter roundup of wild horses in the Adobe Town Herd Management Area (HMA) for the sole purpose of putting radio collars on 30 mares. The study is designed to lay the groundwork for zeroing out the HMA by showing that Adobe Town wild horses migrate into the Checkerboard sections of the HMA following removal of horses from that area. The entire premise of the study is now invalid, because the BLM has cancelled the 2016 Checkerboard roundup in response to our recet legal victory at the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. Tell BLM NO to wasting our tax dollars on another unnecessary and traumatic wild horse helicopter roundup and study by clicking below.
Reward Offered for Killer of Baby Salt River Wild Horse!
The Salt River Wild Horse Management Group and the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign are offering a $2,500 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who shot and killed a six-month-old Salt River foal and injured two other young horses on Friday, October 21, 2016 in the Tonto National Forest near Phoenix. The public is encouraged to add to the reward fund and contribute to the rescue of the wounded horses, should that be needed. We are hoping that the reward will help to ensure that the coward who shot these innocent and beloved horses is brought to justice. Read more below.
A Successful Evening Raising Funds and Awareness for Wild Horses
We had a blast at the wildly successful Wild Night Gala on October 19th, held at the fabulous Bently Reserve in San Francisco! A huge thank you goes to Christopher and Camille Bently and the Bently Foundation for hosting and sponsoring the gala; to the powerfully talented singer/songwriter LP, who headlined the event; to all the artists and vendors who generously donated to this make this event a success; and to our wonderful volunteers who gave so generously of their time. This was truly an amazing night for wild horses and AWHPC. Please click below to read more and see some great photos from this beautiful and memorable event!
Photo 1: Pam Nickoles Photo 2: BLM Photo 3: Elizabeth Fenn
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