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WATCH: the horses we’d lose
The following is from the American Wild Horse Campaign:
With all the political hurdles and jargon, let’s not lose sight of what we’re protecting.
Last week, I had the privilege of visiting the Onaqui range in Utah. Beautiful, majestic and healthy bands roaming the American countryside. Animals that roam on a tiny fraction of public lands. Animals that should be protected, not destroyed.
Song, ‘All The Wild Horses’ by Adam Thibert. Purchase song here.
These are the images that have driven me to make this my life’s work. And I know we cannot rest or let up.
With less than a week until the Congressional summer recess is over, can you donate $25, $50, or $100 right now to help us gear up for what may be the decisive month for horses?
I visited the Onaqui range a day after the Utah pro-slaughter summit “delegation” visited. It was a carefully orchestrated sham, using their “field visit” to justify the mass slaughter of America’s wild horses. Our opponents claim wild horses are starving and suffering.
The reality: healthy horses. Look at the pictures yourself. There is no crisis on our public lands. There are healthy, wild horses thriving on the countryside. Horses that could be safely, economically, and humanely managed with fertility control.
Our government should be protecting these animals, not plotting how to eliminate them.
As September begins, there will be lots of talk about continuing resolutions, committee votes, and legislative markup. But let’s not forget what it all boils down to: the protection of America’s symbol of freedom.
Thank you for being with us,
P.S. Your donation will fund active programs now that pressure lawmakers, educate influencers, and expand our grassroots movement. Please donate — we NEED your support.
Tell BLM: Don’t Sterilize Utah Stallions!
[Teaser]The following post comes from the American Wild Horse Preservation.[/teaser]
The Bureau of Land Management in Utah is planning to round up wild horses from the Frisco and Conger Herd Management Areas (HMAs), permanently removing 375 wild horses from their homes on our public lands. The proposal also includes a “research” study that will involve castrating 75 percent of the stallions in the Conger HMA!
The BLM is using “research” as an excuse to sterilize most of the wild stallions in the Conger herd, an action that will destroy the genetic viability and social integrity of this federally-protected wild horse population. Please don’t let them get away with it….take action today!