thank-you for all you do. they should be free but i’m hoping for less of these confound round-ups.
Wild Horse Education (WHE) was at the Sheldon, Reveille and the Silver King government wild horse removals. Scheduling delays pushed Triple B back until after Reveille. We are attending meetings and other business and did not attend Triple B, but made multiple efforts to improve the understanding of the type of access observers are seeking.
A friend of WHE’s, Jeanne Nations of the NE Nevada Resource Advisory Council (RAC), attended Triple B and sent us the following note to share:
“Well I can not really say anything bad about this roundup up, other than I don’t agree with reasons for doing it, but aside from that it was very respectful and professional from both sides and we could actually see what was going on. Which did give me peace of mind to see that the horses were not injured coming in to the trap site, no foals…
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