The following is from the American Wild Horse Campaign:
We’ve got a lot to share with you in this week’s edition of eNews, including AWHC spokesperson Scott Wilson’s new interview with CBS about the recent roundups in Colorado, the latest roundup reports from California and Nevada, and a blog highlighting the plight of Oregon’s majestic wild horse herds.
Read on to learn more!
The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) final few wild horse helicopter roundups of the summer roundup season have begun in California and Nevada. AWHC’s humane observers are onsite at the Surprise Complex capture operation and will be deploying more observers to cover the upcoming Desatoya herd Management and the Calico Complex roundups. Click here for our latest roundup reports.
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AWHC spokesperson, Scott Wilson, was recently interviewed by CBS Colorado’s Katie Weiss about the state’s West Douglas Herd Area wild horse roundup. Wilson delivered a rebuke of the operation, saying “I think what we’re seeing…is a blunt force approach to conservation, which is costing the taxpayers an absolute fortune.” What’s more, CBS uncovered that the BLM permits more than eight times more cattle than horses on the land. Click here to watch the interview and read the full story!
Oregon is known for its captivating forests, untamed coastline, and limitless outdoor adventures. However, not everyone is aware of the presence of wild horses that roam the Oregon high desert. Discover the captivating herds of Oregon, the obstacles they encounter due to federal mismanagement, and the valuable role played by AWHC in safeguarding these iconic herds. Click here to read more.
Thanks for reading. And thank you for continuing to stand up for our cherished wild horses and burros!
— AWHC Team