Does the End of the Checkerboard Roundup Mean the End of the Lives of Wyoming’s Wild Horses?October 20, 2017
The Bureau of Land Management Blocks Public Observation and Adoption of Wild Horses Rounded Up in Wyoming’s CheckerboardJanuary 11, 2018
We’ve documented BLM roundups. (photo below is of two helicopters behind the huge group of horses. Photo by Carol Walker)
We’ve documented the BLM’s radio collaring of wild horses. (photo by Carol Walker)
Carol Walker, Dir. of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation, is a plaintiff in lawsuits trying to stop the roundup of wild horses in the Checkerboard area of Wyoming, and in a lawsuit to stop the BLM from rounding up more horses than were slated to be rounded up per BLM’s NEPA documentation. (Below: Horses running in front the of the gas pad. Photo by Carol Walker)
Wild Horse Freedom Federation has filed, and is working on, seven Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits. We post THE TRUTH, to make FOIA documents available to you and to make the activities of the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse & Burro Program more transparent for you.
As an educational outreach program in 2017, we produced 23 radio programs on Wild Horse & Burro Radio, featuring 23 other advocacy groups and authors, and covering issues regarding wild horses & burros and public lands.
Thanks to Marjorie Farabee, our Dir. of Wild Burro Affairs, we’ve been a voice against the eradication of the world’s donkeys, being killed by the millions for their skins (to make the “traditional Chinese medicine” called ejiao).
We want to thank all of you for joining us in the fight to save our wild horses & burros.
Please help us to do more, by making a donation or buying a Wild Horse Freedom Federation 2018 calendar:
You can donate HERE.
If you donate through the Wild Horse Freedom Federation facebook page, donations will be matched.
Or, you can buy our 2018 calendar HERE. 50% of proceeds will go to benefit Wild Horse Freedom Federation.
Over 60 beautiful and moving photos by Carol Walker, of the wild horses living in the Sand Wash Basin Herd grace this 2018 calendar! From the small foals to the powerful, mature stallions, Carol’s images capture the spirit and beauty of these colorful wild horses in this northwestern Colorado herd.