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Now is your last chance to comment on the Scoping Document for the proposed destruction of the Adobe Town and Salt Wells Creek Herds in the Red Desert in Wyoming. Please get your comments in by Friday December 7 at 4:30pm Mountain Time.
Less than three years after the removal of over 2200 horses from these two herds, the BLM is planning to round up and remove possibly all of the horses from these two herd areas due to pressure from the Rock Springs Grazing Association.
Here is a link to the scoping document:
You can comment two ways – the best way is to write your own letter in your own words, and the Cloud Foundation has some terrific suggestions of what to cover in your comments here:
You can fax, mail or email comments:
Jay D’Ewart, Wild Horse & Burro Specialist
BLM Rock Springs Field Office
280 Highway 191 North
Rock Springs, WY 82901
Fax: (307) 352-0329
and you can also use the online form provided by the American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign:
Thank you for taking the time to help protect two of the largest remaining wild horse herds in the country. Your efforts DO make a difference!