Cumulative totals through 01-28-20, per the BLM roundup page for the Eagle Complex:
- 855 animals gathered
- 12 deaths (1.4%)
- 379 studs (44.5%)
- 472 mares (55.5%)
- 4 new foals (2019 foals counted as adults)
The proportions of studs and mares are still outside of statistical limits corresponding to 50% males / 50% females (n = 851, p-bar = .50). Is the contractor targeting family bands, whose mares are now heavily pregnant?
The thriving ecological balance is now only 745 wild horses away (1,700 horses to be gathered − 100 to be returned − 855).
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The horses captured in late November and offered for adoption last week have bids.
RELATED: Fish Springs Auction Underway.
Lecture by David Toledo, rangeland management specialist with the USDA, on March 12, 2019, sponsored by the State Historical Society of North Dakota et al.
You can’t have a conversation about wild horses without having a conversation about public-lands ranching, and you can’t have a discussion about the horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park without having a discussion about Sitting Bull, the Marquis de Mores and Leo Kuntz.
RELATED: Management of Western Rangelands in 2018.
On the Salt River with tribphotog.
Who knows. That’s the problem.
Because their most holy and sacred cow will be seriously threatened when the Six Million Dollar Justice passes on to her eternal reward.
Adoption and foster care may be options but not for those afflicted with LGBTQ.
RELATED: The Ad Hoc Impeachment.