The Wild Horse Conspiracy

Pine Nut wild horse round up – contact your Senators!

We need to employ the sound principles of Reserve Design so that the wild horse and wild burro herds can be restored to truly long-term viable population levels that are genetically viable while at the same time being allowed to harmoniously ecologically adapt and complement each particular ecosystem. Through the proper employment of Reserve Design principles when these animals fill their niche within a contained area they will naturally self stabilize. This is the right plan and the true fulfillment of the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act, and many other acts when understood in a non-greedy and narrow-minded way.

Please call your Senators and Representatives via the Congressional Switchboard number: 202-224-3121

Please also call The National BLM Director: Brian Steed at 202-208-3801 and also the Nevada BLM State Director Michael Courtney at 775-861-6400.

Also then to call:
Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) at 202-224-3542
Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-AZ), Chairman of the House Natural REserouces Committee at 202-225-2435 to complain about the gutting of the Pine Nut wild horse herd and warn them about greatly increased catastrophic wildfire possibility

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