AWHPC campaign

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8 Responses to “AWHPC campaign”

  1. Margaret Says:

    What is the physical address of the BLM office in Rock Springs??? If I get this quick enough–I can go home by way of Rock Springs and tell them HELL NO!

  2. LOUIE COCROFT Says:

    Rock Springs Field Office
    Field Manager: Lance Porter
    E-mail: Rock_Springs_WYMail@blm.gov
    280 Highway 191 North
    Rock Springs, WY 82901-3447
    Phone: 307-352-0256
    Fax: 307-352-0329

  3. LOUIE COCROFT Says:

    IDA has a petition:

    Oppose Massive Wild Horse Roundup In Wyoming’s Pristine Red Desert;
    1,500+ Mustangs Targeted For Removal

    Email us your comments by Friday, August 13;
    we will hand deliver them to the BLM on Monday, August 16

  4. LOUIE COCROFT Says:

    This is very important information and is posted on
    the Texas~Mustang~Project blog. DO read it AND share it:

    ISPMB’s Karen Sussman Speaks Out Against Massive Removals
    Posted by Texas Mustang Project on August 13, 2010

    How you can really help now! PLEASE Take 5 minutes to read!
    From Karen Sussman, ISPMB:

  5. LOUIE COCROFT Says:

    THIS IS AN EXCERPT FROM KAREN SUSSMAN:

    ISPMB has been documenting wild horse behaviors on our wild herds now for eleven years. We have enough documentation to show that BLM’s constant removals of wild horses have contributed the destruction the herds’ social structures creating an increase in wild horse numbers due to the deterioration of their education system. Simply put – when wild horses are rounded up and then returned to the wild (selective removals) – leaving the gates open and horses to fend for themselves as they return to their habitat areas (contracepted or not) the younger stallions will take the opportunity to steal mares away from the older stallions that truly contain the herd wisdom. Over time, mentoring of the bands by younger stallions has led to breeding younger and younger fillies.

    We will present BLM with a management plan for wild horses before their latest deadline of September 3rd to respond to the Salazar plan. We also will present our plan to Congress. In thirty-nine years of the Act, BLM still manages wild horses like livestock and not wildlife. We have a solid plan we are putting together along with scientific references from Universities who have studied equids. We hope BLM will follow our plan. However, if they choose not to, then we must be prepared to take legal action

  6. LOUIE COCROFT Says:

    KNPR Interview with Madeleine Pickens, George Knapp, and Tom Gorey

    Wild Horses

    AIR DATE: August 11, 2010

    [audio src="http://www.knpr.org/audio2010/SON-mp3/100811_wild-horses.mp3" /]

    Reply

  7. Michael J Ahles Says:

    Of a related subject,
    The BLM horse gulog north of Reno I found today filled with magnificent mustangs obviously new victims of the government erradication program. They had still the energy and beauty of say a fresh cut bouquet of flowers, but ___ many had already started sneezing from the dust bowl they now are forced to live in and unfortunately one had developed a terrible cough. The health of the mustangs won’t last long in our inhumane bondage, again like the flowers we take from their nature, and will surely as I have witnessed before, see the withering away and then, well, as they have done to so many others before, just oneday disapear.
    Low are they
    Low is me
    =

  8. elizabeth rodriguez Says:

    PLEASE SAVE OUR WILD HORSES.ITS APART OF OUR LIVES

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