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Latest Roundup in Wyoming Exposes Flaws, Failures in BLM’s Wild Horse Program

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By Wayne Pacelle, HSUS

At least 10 animals, including four yearlings, are dead after a poorly conducted and strategically suspect government roundup of approximately 800 wild horses in Wyoming.

Wild horse roundup plan sparks controversy

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By Paul Joncich, KLAS

LAS VEGAS -- Those who live in Cold Creek know how majestic and friendly southern Nevada's wild horses can be.

New Victim, Same Tragedy: The Plight of the American Mustang

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By Mandy Jackson-Beverly, Huffington Post

A few days ago I attended a fundraiser hosted by Rey and Kristine Castillo, owners of Village Modern Foods, in Santa Barbara.

Cloud Foundation: Wyoming Roundup

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By The Cloud Foundation

Day 1: Wyoming Roundup-Sept. 15, 2014.

Group reconsiders Mesa Verde horse roundup

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By Jim Mimiaga, Cortez Journal

Wild horse advocates concerned about feral herds at Mesa Verde National Park are reconsidering a roundup to reduce populations at the park.

Horsin' around: Wild Horse Faire kicks off in Virginia City

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By Jill Oberly, RGJ

From pioneer days of the west to present, wild horses have played a storied role in the history of Northern Nevada.

Uranium Mining Endangers Wild Horse Sanctuary; while US Seeks Homes for Wild Horses!

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By Mining Awareness Plus

Last May the US Bureau of Land Management solicited “multiple short-term facilities accommodating a minimum of 200 wild horses and/or burros in a safe and humane condition.”

AROUND TOWN: Saving wild mustangs like the stallion named Cloud

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By Linda Navarro, The Gazette

Local filmmaker Ginger Kathrens thought a wildlife film about mustangs would be the simplest of projects.

After Bundy, Ranchers Continue to Bully Federal Government Without Consequence

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By Travis Bruner, Western Watershed Project

After years of landscape scale drought in Nevada, irrational grazing practices continue.

NC's wild horses maimed by isolation, corralled by controversy

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By Sean Cockerham, McClathcy Washinton Bureau

COROLLA, N.C. — Retired Washington, D.C., police Officer E.T. Smith patrolled the beach in his four-wheel-drive truck on a recent morning, keeping an eye out for wild mustangs and the drunks who like to harass them.

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