The Bureau of Land Management has ended their Piceance East Douglas roundup 190 wild horses short of their planned removal.
Thank you for taking action on behalf of these innocent animals!
According to BLM’s website, they’ve captured 864 wild horses including 166 foals. They returned 41 stallions to the range, and we understand they are treating some mares with fertility control and holding them for release in 30 days.
Hundreds of Piceance wild horses have been spared the trauma of the chase and capture in the sweltering summer temperatures — thanks to YOU.
Thank you for NEVER giving up and for TAKING ACTION on behalf of our wild horses! Without YOU, the helicopters would still be flying.
The Cloud Foundation