Were they sale eligible? Their ages ranged from five to eleven years.
Have they already been offered unsuccessfully for adoption at least three times?
Adopters are usually limited to four animals per year but six were supplied.
Was title transferred from BLM? Who is the official owner?
Are they still federally protected?
The donation, as it was billed in the story by The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, has become a pilot program to see if wild burros can prevent wolf attacks on privately owned livestock.
Or maybe they’re just decoys, a new method for disposing excess animals?