The successful candidate will be responsible for overseeing wild horse protection and habitat conservation programs and will manage and expand relationships with the scientific community, government agencies, public officials and other allied organizations, according to an undated posting on the Conservation Job Board.
You must be a resident of Nevada.
The deadline is September 30.
Your new employer?
The Campaign Against America’s Wild Horses.
You’ll join others trying to change the way wild horses are managed, not the way their land is managed.
Figures like those above, which indicate a resource management problem not a wild horse problem, mean nothing because you’re driven by ideology not facts.
You view Cattoor, Uhalde and Sun J as competitors.
And your favorite words of encouragement are “A little to the left.”