ACTION ALERT! USA TODAY Covers the lawsuit to PROTECT the Pine Nut Wild Horses #WildHorseWednesday

© Irma Novak, all rights reserved

© Irma Novak, all rights reserved

Send the USA TODAY article to your Congressional Rep and 2 Senators via email and fax. Tell them there are only 332 Pine Nut wild horses left on 90,000 acres close to Lake Tahoe and Carson City, NV. Ask your elected officials to intervene to PROTECT this federally protected and treasured herd who belongs to all Americans from coast to coast. Make sure they know they are UNDERPOPULATED (only 332 left on the vast range), healthy and loved by the community at large! Stop the Roundup and Stop Forcibly Drugging Native Wild Horses with PZP, Sterilizing them or Experimenting on them!

Here is the article in USA TODAY http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2015/01/28/nevada-pine-nut-wild-horse-roundup/22467797/  Thank you for publishing this!

Find your elected officials here: http://www.contactingthecongress.org

We have started an action group on Facebook and you are invited: PROTECT the PINE NUTS WILD HORSES here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/448585235292436/

This is just the beginning. JOIN www.ProtectMustangs.org for updates. $5 Membership fees can be sent to Contact@ProtectMustangs.org via PayPal.com and donation information is here. Thank you for taking action to protect the last remaining wild horses in America.

12 thoughts on “ACTION ALERT! USA TODAY Covers the lawsuit to PROTECT the Pine Nut Wild Horses #WildHorseWednesday

  1. join the action group now! we are calling warriors to the front line—these wild horses are standing on a mountain side where they call home and know the changes they see around them. Equipment, people the stress is up but they are safe for now and we must go shoulder to shoulder to hold the line! Back up our advocates in the court room give a shout out to your elected officials your friends —send in the $5.00 membership to help cover basic mailing costs. The time is now we cannot wait the battle is on! Do not let these horses be forced out of their home.

  2. Thank you Protect Mustangs and Friends of Animals for taking action to save our few remaining wild horses!

    It’s ridiculous that this action is even necessary, especially since our wild free-roaming horses and burros are SUPPOSED to be protected.

    Let’s all get behind this effort and help out!

  3. Our wild horses finally have a chance.Please join us and join Protect mustangs for $5.00 membership .These wild horses are already protected but the BLM is doing the opposite.we must call our govt officials and the Presidents line 202 456 1111 and inform them that we the American people want the protection promised these Icons of the West.

  4. There are too few wild horses left in the Pine Nut herd to even remotely justify the draconian action about to be taken by the BLM. The only possible conclusion to be reached is that the BLM intends to exterminate this herd and zero out the HMA. BLM has done this sort of thing before, notably in Wyoming where herds have recently been rounded up and HMAs zeroed out. BLM must be stopped.

  5. 90,000 acres and only 332 wild horses that means each horse can have 271 acres. BLM understand that it is not those horses destroying the land it is those nearly 5,000 head of privately owned livestock. Reduce the ranchers herd sizes or reduce the months they are allowed to graze or best yet get all the privately owned cattle off any drought and damaged land. This land is public and leave our wild horses alone. Private livestock on private land.

  6. AMERICA IT IS TIME TO PUT ON THOSE ARMY BOOTS!! MOVE INTO IMMEDIATE ACTION!!!! SAVE ALL WILD HORSES!!!!!! WE WILL NO LONGER BE SILENT!!! GO WILD HORSE WARRIORS!!HO !!!!! STOP THE DEADLY BLM!!!
    RIGHT NOW!!! TINA WOOTEN

  7. Concise article! USA TODAY, thanks for your compassion and accurate reporting on America’s wild Pine Nut horses!!

  8. Tweeted this webpage. And will follow through with my representatives. We are quite serious about stopping the mayhem.

  9. Thank You USA TODAY!! And Thank You Protect Mustangs and Friends of Animals for all you are doing to protect the mustangs!!

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