Day four of the Octave of Christmas. H/T Megan Smith for the video.
The highest court in the state has upheld a circuit court decision to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary to cancel a conservation easement granted to The Nature Conservancy. The easement limits the use of 8,300 acres of sanctuary land, according to a report that appeared today in the Washington Times.
The sanctuary received $230,000 in exchange for the easement.
The report did not indicate who owns the 8,300 acres, what uses were prohibited, and if the ruling would be appealed.
In a related story, seventeen wild horses arrived at the sanctuary in October after being removed from the Fort Polk army base in Louisiana.
Commissioners in Moffat County, CO are concerned about public safety on state route 318 due to recent collisions between vehicles and wild horses. Personnel from Wild Horse Warriors have asked for fencing but officials want a solution that satisfies all stakeholders. Refer to this story, posted today by the Craig Press.
Day two of the Octave of Christmas. H/T Megan Smith.
Not when the other party, and many of your so-called supporters, want you wiped off the map.
No goodwill, no peace.
Momma mustang on Christmas Day, freeze mark obscured by winter coat. Still can’t touch her. Worth the wait.
It’s a curling of the upper lip to enhance the sense of smell. Photo taken 12/25/18.