Are they counting rocks as horses?

U.S. Forest Service photo

The Devil’s Garden Roundup in Modoc County is in full force with one of the last big California herds being attacked. Where’s the accurate headcount? Are they counting rocks as horses to justify a massive removal and destruction of native wild horses?

Take Action: Sign and share the Petition for a Head Count: https://www.change.org/p/u-s-senate-investigate-the-wild-horse-burro-count-in-captivity-and-freedom

Do what you can to STOP the Roundup!

3 thoughts on “Are they counting rocks as horses?

  1. JUST STOP!!! It’s horrible and inhumane. You’re ripping these horses from their homes and families and why__so the cattle can graze. If land is being decimated, look no further for the reason. It’s the cattle, not he horses

  2. Please stop the Devil Garden round up.We need the wild horses to remain in our public lands.The Wild Horses is needed to eat lower Brushes and grasses to help prevent forest fires.We need them there.

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