AWHPC In The News
Advocates Will Speak Out for Wild Horses at Press Conference during BLM National Advisory Board Meeting
(COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.) - The Cloud Foundation, American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign, Wild Horse Freedom Federation, Friends of Animals and Respect 4 Horses will hold a press conference and rally at the BLM’s National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board Meeting, August 25 in Riverton, Wyoming.
By North County Gazette
ROCK SPRINGS,WY—The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign, The Cloud Foundation, Return to Freedom, Carol Walker and Kimerlee Curyl today filed an opposition to the State of Wyoming’s motion to intervene as of right in a lawsuit they brought against the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and its plan to roundup over 800 wild horses from the Adobe Town, Salt Wells and Great Divide Basin Herd Management Areas (HMAs).
By Dennis Myers, News & Review
Cliven Bundy's tantrum over his unpaid grazing fees has accomplished one thing—there are more people paying attention to how low the fees are for ranchers grazing livestock on public lands.
By Associated Press
The federal government has agreed to delay a plan to remove about 800 horses from areas in southern Wyoming.
By Associated Press
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wild-horse preservation groups are challenging the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s plan to remove about 800 horses from areas in southern Wyoming.
By Martin Griffith, Associated Press
RENO, Nevada — Federal land managers are under fire from animal welfare activists for seeking extra holding space for wild horses removed from western rangelands.
By Elain Taylor, UPR
The start of the Blawn Wash Gather on Monday has once again sparked debate about the management of wild horses in Utah. UPR’s Elaine Taylor has the story.
Last week we welcomed two new horses to Duchess Sanctuary who were in desperate need of our help—a mare named Anna and a gelding we call Captain.
By Pat Raia, The Horse.com
As the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) reports the deaths of two wild horses during a Utah gather, some wild horse advocates claim the animals should not have been gathered in the first place.
By Nancy Lofholm, Denver Post
The deaths of six wild horses in Mesa Verde National Park this spring and summer have sparked protests and refocused attention on a problem with "trespass livestock" in this southwest Colorado park.
By Kristen Moulton, Salt Lake Tribune
Wah Wah Mountains • It’s easy to forget the depth of disagreement over wild horse management in the West on a day like Monday.
By Jennifer Dobner, Reuters
SALT LAKE CITY (Reuters) - Federal land managers began rounding up wild horses on public land in central Utah on Monday as part of efforts to cut herd numbers and placate ranchers who say the animals destroy range land vital for cattle grazing.