BLM NV Creates Access to Wild Horses and Will Open Facility To Public

this is not right these horses should be left alone !!!! is there any way that we can record the horses that are coming and going ? there should be an advocate at each facality to record the animals coming especially the foals ,they seem the ones that disappear the most. are they being killed if the drive don’t kill “em .

Wild Horse Education

Observation location at Silver King in 2010 over 1.5 miles from the trap. Observation location at Silver King in 2010 over 1.5 miles from the trap.

(RENO,NV) On Friday July 25th Amy Lueders, Nevada State Lead for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), issued a directive on access to wild horse and burro helicopter roundups. Simultaneously the National BLM office has agreed to open up the “Broken Arrow” facility on Indian Lakes Road to public tours once more, including tours if the facility is used as intake from roundups. As a condition of this directive Laura Leigh, President and founder of Wild Horse Education, agreed to voluntarily drop an ongoing federal court action to obtain meaningful access to wild horses and burros during capture and in holding.

Taken during the last tour of Broken Arrow. This baby was not only kept out of sight but born a bay. We may never know where this baby went. Taken during the last tour of Broken Arrow. This baby was not only kept out of sight but born a bay. We may never know where this baby went.

“BLM Nevada’s objective is to provide an…

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