By Sam Rubin, KTLA
December 22, 2020
By Simone Netherlands, AZ Central
December 3, 2020
Arizona’s wild horses and burros are part of what makes the state unique in the American West. Our state’s love for wild horses was evident five years ago when citizens and political leaders, led by Gov. Doug Ducey, rose up in opposition to the federal government’s plan to round up the beloved Salt River wild horses from their home in the Tonto National Forest.
Neguse, colleagues pen letter to Pelosi: Wild horse roundups ‘harmful to health of animals,’ keep PZP in 2021 funding
By John LaConte, Vail Daily
November 30, 2020
A Nov. 25 letter from 22 members of Congress, including House Representative Joe Neguse, urges House leadership to consider a more “humane and sustainable” practice of fertility control for wild horses in Colorado and across the West.
By Pahrump Valley Times
September 11, 2020
The American Wild Horse Campaign recently hailed the Trump administration’s decision to withdraw the nomination of William Perry Pendley as director of the Bureau of Land Management.
By Joanna Grossman, Las Vegas Sun
August 7, 2020
For decades, the Bureau of Land Management, which oversees hundreds of millions of acres of public land, has opted to spend a significant portion of its budget on a failed policy to remove thousands of “excess” wild horses from the range.
Many Americans remain unaware that the federal government devotes more than $50 million each year to stampeding and rounding up horses with helicopters and then stockpiling these free-roaming animals in off-range holding facilities and corrals for the rest of their lives.
By Jennifer Caudill, AWHC
(February 1, 2020) In response to the Jan. 24 opinion by student Saige Bowen, “Wild mustangs need to be managed, not saved,” we contribute science-based evidence for consideration, instead of sweeping, unsubstantiated suggestions. Refer to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) 2013 comprehensive report (paid for by the BLM). The entire report is available to the public. We’ll paraphrase.
“Wildness is a necessity.” – John Muir
By Brieanah Schwartz
(Dec 4, 2020) ... As this year comes to a close, many are giving thanks, and getting ready for a holiday season. With Covid-19 on the rise and new guidelines in place, much of the holiday shopping and preparation will be online this year. And luckily, AWHC has lots of online ways for you to spread the holiday cheer and help keep wild horses wild.
So, without further ado, here are seven ways to help support AWHC’s work and wild horses while getting ready for the holidays!
(November 12, 2020) On the heels of worsening roundups, we all want to know what else can we do? How can we stop this? What more can we do to protect America’s iconic wild horses and burros? We hear your pleas and we have some answers!
Advocacy is never easy. It takes grit, strength, and determination to incorporate wild horse advocacy into your everyday life. The wild horses and burros need strong advocates for their protection and preservation, like you!
By Kimerlee Curyl, Photographer
July 4, 2020
That is what comes to mind and all that embodies what a wild horse is. A self-reliant, self-efficient being. One who makes decisions guided by nature, considering the whole around them, the herd, and the environment they thrive in.
That is the essence of a wild horse.