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Saving Wild Horses Plan A — The Future of Wild Horse Herds on Public Lands

24 Feb

touched by nature

“A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality.” ― John Lennon

We need options to resolve the mess not only what our Public Lands are experiencing currently, but options for America’s Icon, the Wild Horses. We are currently placing together a Plan of Action (i.e. Biologists, Media People, Researchers, Terrestrial Biologists, Archeologists, and Marine Biologists),and have been in the works for a while, in regard toward a Priority Circumstance, and to place Wild Horses back onto Public Lands.

Within the frame-work of this particular plan is a technological situation of developing honest Wild Horse Head Counts and in regard to legal ratios of Sheep and Cattle head counts. But more than that, within the same technology we find the abilities to consider grassland studies as well as riparian studies measured accurately and appropriately and within a scientific data gathering process method.

As well we can also show with this same bit of technology, the patterns of cattle, compared to sheep, compared to wild horses, compared to other wildlife such as deer, Elk, et al. This methodology and equipment is available, and has been ignored by government, as it is plain and simple way too accurate – they would be held accountable – and accountability within these current government agencies is not to their liking.

The assumptive problem is, and has been no oversight toward the Bureau of Land Management or the Department of the Interior, as well as human involvement which has in most situations become criminal in method, and the most powerful of all is that no one being held responsible due to the vastness of operational involvement and management aspects.

We can resolve these issues. We are also placing into this plan Police-Action, which will monitor the sheep and cattle and rancher honesty (as they tell many American’s they are so honest, so that should not be a problem, should it?) We find this plan of action not only appropriate, but have assimilated a positive aspect from some legislators as well, within a confidential setting.

So to admonish and claim there is no plan of action from those against PZP as well as against welfare ranching – the options are building exponentially large, and after a while one or two may be implemented – and saving taxpayers Billions upon Billions of dollars $$$$$$ Saved.

We need to rid our system of all current wild horse management paradigms and current management situations, as being too costly, too criminal, and too greed-incentive to be of any use what so ever to our natural habitat on America’s Public Lands. There will be one day when it is needed, and it simply will not be available due to over-use, mismanagement, and used within criminal activity, which in a summation — our Public Lands are being destroyed for short-term profits . . . Options are available that are much better and superior to especially what is ongoing currently.

America needs to Wake Up to these apparent options available, and not the options that currently exist for short-term profit.

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4 responses to “Saving Wild Horses Plan A — The Future of Wild Horse Herds on Public Lands

  1. grandmagregg

    February 25, 2015 at 3:25 am

    No one person can do it all – but having personally been involved with numerous independent assessments of our wild horses and burros on our public land I can honestly say that anything that the BLM has published regarding wild horse and burro populations is in error if not grossly dishonest and pure propaganda. In addition, I can verify that private livestock trespass on our public lands is enormous and from what I have witnessed … ignored by the BLM who is required to protect our public land.

    Why, we may ask? Answer: the overpowering addiction to money.

    Anytime a person or group or theory or even true science get in the way of filling a person’s wallet … they will fight back using any method (legal or illegal) to be sure their wallet does not run dry.

    There is clearly a power elite that consists of a union between big corporate and financial power regulators and career bureaucrats in Washington D.C. These are the folks that pull the strings of all administrations but the corruption does not stop in D.C. – it has been and continues to be seen with the BLM’s “average” employee clear on through to the top of the rotten heap of those paid to protect our wild horses and burros.

    Is there anyone out there that still believes that the BLM is following the Congressional law to PROTECT our wild horses and burros? Anyone???

     
  2. Barbara

    February 25, 2015 at 12:45 pm

    I pray this will be in time to save our wild horses and burros. Received another letter from BLM yesterday. It is for scoping for fertility control of our wild horses in the Red Desert Complex in WY and removal of horses outside the HMA’s. Three out of the five HMA’s do not even have genetically viable and sustainable herds. See link for info:
    http://www.blm.gov/wy/st/en/info/NEPA/documents/rfo/red-desert.html

     
  3. EponaSpirit

    February 26, 2015 at 1:25 am

     
  4. Joanne

    February 26, 2015 at 3:43 am

    Do you have any idea when you will be able to share this plan with people who want to help? We advocates are trying to figure out which direction to go in first..so much stuff going on and not much of it positive for our wild horses and burros…we really are so ready to do whatever needs to be the next positive step to get them free for good…

     

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