The number of animals on lands managed by the BLM was estimated to be 82,384 as of March 1, compared to 86,189 a year earlier, according to today’s blog post.
Still, that’s three times more horses and burros than allowed by plan.
Imagine receiving a six bedroom home and finding out you can only use one bedroom.
You’ve been using three but you must vacate two.
The remaining five, representing 83% of the available space, have been reserved for the most noble and deserving non-native species on America’s public lands.
Don’t worry, the advocates will help you reach the goal.