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Protect Mustangs is a nonprofit organization relying on donations to help wild horses who are facing being managed to extinction. 

or mail checks to: Protect Mustangs, P.O. Box 5661, Berkeley, Ca. 94705

With your support we can continue our work for the mustangs, to help save wild horses on state and federal land from slaughter, win legal efforts to protect wild horses in freedom, ensure the welfare of mustangs in captivity and work toward freedom and change to protect wild horses around the world. Thank you so much.

Contact Anne Novak with any questions at or by phone at 415-531-8454


“Please help Protect Mustangs if you can. They are a good group whose heart and mind and will is for the horses and their rightful land and freedom, not some pusillanimous stand that gains points with the corrupt establishment while betraying the true heart and soul of the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971, that is still the law, but we must insist that its true intent and the herds be restored and the other selfish and lying interests be curbed. Protect Mustangs heroically fights this good fight.” ~Craig Downer, PhD candidate in wildlife ecology and author. Read his latest paper:


“According to Hope Ryden (Honorary Board Member of the Cloud Foundation and the person most responsible for saving Cloud’s herd from complete destruction in the late 1960’s) there has been more media attention and public outcry to save the wild horses and burros over the last nine months than there was over 40 years ago when the Wild Horse and Burro Act was passed by a unanimous Congress. Anne has been key to ramping up this effort and tireless in her work for the wild herds. Using her gifts of strategy and investigative research, Anne has found the stories that need to be told and connected us with other key advocates across the country. As the driving force behind our press releases, Anne has revolutionized the collective fight to save the wild horses and burros of the American West,” ~Ginger Kathrens, volunteer executive director of The Cloud Foundation and Emmy® award winning filmmaker, June 15, 2010.


Sage #0399 PVC Headshot March 25 2014(SAGE #0399 is one of the many wild horses we have helped to place in loving homes)

We need your donations for the following:

Legal fund.

Vet care, board, hay and fencing to help wild horses.

Gas to get to the various wild horse herd management areas and captive pens.

Insurance for outreach and educational events.

Communication tools: camera with telephoto lens, smartphone, mac laptop, mac desktop, external hard discs for photos and video.

A truck and trailer to haul adopted wild horses from Palomino Valley (Reno) and Litchfield (Susanville) facilities to adopters in areas such as Reno and SF Bay Area as well as to safely transport wild horses in emergencies. Transportation is a big block for would be adopters.

Field research to protect them on their native land.

Expenses to observe roundups to take first hand reports to helpful people.

Travel expenses to attend Bureau of Land Management meetings to speak out on behalf of native wild horses.

Outreach, advocacy and education expenses including video, direct mail, email blasts, flyers, posters, etc.

We are 100% volunteer.

Protect Mustangs is devoted to protecting native and wild horses. Our mission is to educate the public about the native wild horse, protect and study American wild horses on the range and help those who have lost their freedom.

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