The Forest Service asks anyone who discovers a dead horse at the Heber WHT to report it to the Black Mesa Ranger District, according to a report posted today by the Eastern Arizona Courier, but do not disturb the scene in any way. A news release dated 04/16/19 said evidence collected by the public may be unusable in the investigation.
RELATED: Another Horse Found Dead at Heber WHT.
You jackals! How many of them did you reject because they wouldn’t comply with your thirty day timeframe?
The only thing these horses did ‘wrong’ was to rob too much forage from your livestock.
Note the reference at 0:12 to the ‘Beaty Butte Allotment,’ not the Beatys Butte HMA.
These people have never accepted the WHB Act and never will.
RELATED: Rangelands in Southeast Oregon, Solving Problems That Don’t Exist.
Thought for the day: Lands set aside for wild horses and burros must accommodate privately owned cattle and sheep, but lands set aside for privately owned cattle and sheep need not accept wild horses and burros.
Lest you get the impression that this blog is managed principally but not necessarily exclusively for wild horses and burros.
Today we share in our Lord’s suffering through fasting and abstinence from meat.
More foals on the Pine Nut Herd Area (south of the HMA), courtesy of JT Humphrey.
RELATED: 2019 Foaling Season Underway in Western Nevada.