Stories and Articles

Wild Horse and Burro Adoption coming up

 

Paul McGuire is the  public affairs specialist at U.S. Bureau of Land Management. In this Q5 he tells us about the upcoming Wild Horse and Burro Adoption.

Read more: http://www.leavenworthtimes.com/article/20140807/News/140809637#ixzz3LKsFmupT

‘Mustang Makeover’: Local man tames wild horse in 100 days for competition

Adaven, a wild Mustang from Nevada, put his head under Chad Grigg’s arm. Grigg patted the horse.

Read more:

http://www.shelbystar.com/news/local/mustang-makeover-local-man-tames-wild-horse-in-100-days-for-competition-1.356262

Links

There are many groups and people who want a voice in how wild horses and burros are managed. We don’t necessarily agree with the opinions and objectives contained within the links below, but we do believe in your right to be informed. As with most things, no one group will likely align with your beliefs. Please read-up, figure out what you think should be done, and get involved!

BLM

Bureau of Land Management – Wild horse and burro program

National Academy of SciencesUsing Science to Improve the BLM Wild Horse and Burro Program – A Way Forward

Grazing

Public Lands Council

If you don’t see a link to your group, and would like to, let us know. If the website seems relevant to the wild horse and burro discussion we will add it.