A news release issued yesterday says future episodes will cover wild horse history, sustainability, herd dynamics, roundups, legislation and adoptions.
Not included in the list:
- Management priorities and resource allocations in areas set aside for wild horses
- Rationale for setting AMLs
- Number of horses displaced from public lands by privately owned livestock
- Number of horses displaced from public lands by drilling and mining
- Rationale for fertility control programs
- Economics of roundups and off-range holding
- Current state of wild horse advocacy
Also missing from the announcement are the funding sources for the program and where the experiences, loyalties and political leanings of the hosts might take it.