Write a letter to stop the roundups

Director of Protect Mustangs’ Youth Campaign, Robin Warren (age 11) meets a young adopted wild horse. (Photo © Cynthia Smalley, all rights reserved.)

Take Action to change history

Write a hand written letter to your senators and representative asking them to stop funding cruel helicopter roundups. Let them know you want viable herds on the range and for the BLM to stop skewing the male-female ratios, allow predators to manage the herds as nature intended so risky fertility control drugs aren’t needed.

You can find your elected officials’ contact information here: http://www.usa.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml

Your letters will make a big impact. Politicians realize one hand written letter voices the opinion of one thousand people.

Send us a copy of your hand written letters so we can take them with us to Washington. Please mail them to: Protect Mustangs, P.O. Box 5661, Berkeley, Ca. 94705

Thank you for doing what you can do to help the wild horses and burros!

3 thoughts on “Write a letter to stop the roundups

  1. Is there a way to specifically target the reps that are most directly involved with the round-ups ?

  2. Yes, please – everyone – write.
    Don’t get weary of doing good.
    You are making a difference.
    Challenge yourself to take some action every day to help save them.
    Sign every petition you can.
    Ask and invite friends to help.
    Take every opportunity to contact your representatives.
    Give it your all or we’ll never know what could have been.
    Some people do 1 thing a day for the mustangs. Some do 5. Some never stop.

  3. Carla’s given me permission to use her outstanding speech tonight here in Fillmore Utah. Please think good thoughts for me as I am deep in the lion’s den…

    And if worse comes to worse I can always hand a copy of the speech in and make it a part of the official record…

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