The successful candidate will oversee fertility control projects on the Virginia Range, Fish Creek HMA and Pine Nut HMA/HA, according to the job posting for Nevada State Director by the Campaign Against America’s Wild Horses.
However, the HMA does not appear on the list of roundups and darting programs for FY 2022 published by the BLM.
The solicitation did not indicate if applicants would receive “Stay Wild” caps, one of the ways the advocates signal their support of the ranching agenda.
The Fish Creek roundup ending on January 3 last year yielded 18.2% foals.
Curiously, more youngsters were shipped than captured.