Wild Horses Destroying Jumping Mouse Habitat?

The Western Watersheds map shows the area around Alpine in eastern Arizona, habitat for the New Mexico Jumping Mouse according to yesterday’s story by Arizona’s Family, is covered by grazing allotments.  (Click on image to open in new tab.)

Apache Forest Allotments 03-16-22

The advocate interviewed for the report, ringleader of the Salt River Wild Horse Darting Group and field marshal for the Campaign Against America’s Wild Horses, is not a voice for the horses and discussions later this week with the Forest Service will likely include options for humane management, code words for getting rid of them with PZP.

Western Horse Watchers was unable to find a project associated with the removal at the ASNF NEPA site.

RELATED: Forest Service to Remove Horses from Apache-Sitgreaves Forests.

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