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Please send your comments by email and by mail by May 6.
If you really want to help the horses, please send individual emails and letters using your own words – the form emails are all only counted as 1 by the BLM. Written comments should be received by May 6, 2016, and should be emailed only to [email protected](Please include “Adobe Town Scoping Statement Comments” in the subject line), mailed or hand-delivered during regular business hours ( a.m.
They will return the mares to the range to study: ” habitat selection, seasonal use and movement between habitats, and migration patterns with and outside of the HMA.
“ The research will be done with the University of Wyoming and “an animal care and use protocol for collaring would be submitted to the University of Wyoming Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee for review by a panel of veterinarians and animal welfare officials.” Radio collaring is a very dangerous practice for wild horses.
to p.m.) to: Wild Horse and Burro Specialist, BLM Rawlins Field Office, 1300 North 3rd Street, Rawlins, WY 82301.
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The Bureau of Land Management has announce plans to roundup and remove wild horses from the Adobe Town Herd Management Area in the Red Desert of Wyoming.
This roundup is in addition to the BLM’s proposed roundup of 500 wild horses from the Checkerboard portions of the Adobe Town, Salt Wells Creek and Great Divide Basin Herd Management Areas.
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Regarding conflicts between livestock grazing and wild horse use of lands in Wild Horse Management Areas: (a) If necessary to provide habitat for wild horses or burros, to implement herd management actions, or to protect wild horses or burros, to implement herd management actions, or to protect wild horses or burros from disease, harassment or injury, the authorized officer may close appropriate areas of the public lands to grazing use by all or a particular kind of livestock.
(b) All public lands inhabited by wild horses or burros shall be closed to grazing under permit or lease by domestic horses and burros. After appropriate public consultation, a Notice of Closure shall be issued to affected and interested parties.
In the past, wild horses have been seriously injured, suffered and died because of collars becoming too tight, and getting hung up on fences and brush.
They are not considering doing this to the stallions but apparently it is acceptable to use risky and life-threatening procedures on wild mares.