WHE Works, Access and “The Right to Know”

I want to reblog because I want to help spread the word about this organization trying to help the wild horses and burros. They need all the help they can get.

Wild Horse Education

A new beginning at Fish Creek A new beginning at Fish Creek

Happy Birthday Wild Horse Education (WHE)! As we count down to our fifth year of operations, we look back at some of the accomplishments of WHE.

Images reaching the public like this one (foal born at Broken Arrow found starved as BLM allowed other foals into foster care) caused a huge public relations issue for BLM. Instead of fixing issues at the facility, they closed the doors to the public. Images reaching the public like this one (foal born at Broken Arrow found starved as BLM allowed other foals into foster care) caused a huge public relations issue for BLM. Instead of fixing issues at the facility, they closed the doors to the public.

Access at Roundups and the “Right to Know”

Daily access is now a reality at wild horse and burro removal operations (with specific definitions of “access” being worked on in the state of NV without the necessity of further litigation). Many newcomers to the “wild horse” world are unaware that observing a roundup was once an “iffy” proposition. In recent years, roundups would last more than a month and remove over a thousand horses…

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