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Burro that sought refuge with Willow Fire crews is home

By Ben Margiott, AZ Central

The domestic donkey that emerged from a burning forest and sought refuge behind firefighters has been reunited with its owner after evacuations forced the owner to leave the burro behind.

Mustang whisperers: Pair supports preservation of horse breed

By BUZZY HASSRICK Special to the Enterprise

A decade ago, two mustang proponents helped form Friends of A Legacy, the local advocacy group for the McCullough Peaks wild horses living on 110,000 federal acres.

Wild Burros Help Rescue a Lost Hiker in Death Valley. Now It’s Up to Us to Help These Animals!

Special to One Green Planet

In May of this year, an unidentified man went out for a hike at Saline Valley Dunes, a desolate area that cannot be accessed without four-wheel drive in the California portion of the Death Valley National Park

BLM gathers 300 wild horses after fire destroys habitat

By Emily Valla, KTVB

OWYHEE COUNTY, Idaho -- Just over two weeks ago, the Soda Fire sparked and quickly grew to more than 283,000 acres.

Fast start out of gate for BLM horse roundup

By Henry Brean, Las Vegas Review-Journal

It was expected to take at least a week, but the emergency roundup of wild horses in the mountains outside Las Vegas is already two thirds of the way to its goal of 200 animals after the first three days.

A herd in trouble: BLM works to round up wild horses in Cold Creek

By Gerard Ramalho, KSNV

LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) -- Horses are a big part of Nevada's Wild West heritage, and today it's estimated there are more than 35,000 that still roam wild in our state. But many of the wild horses here in Southern Nevada are in trouble.

BLM to study wild horse, burro populations

By Amy Joi O'Donoghue, Desert News

SALT LAKE CITY — A trio of Utah field offices within the Bureau of Land Management plan to study wild horse and burro populations, including the potential sterilization of male animals.

BLM will trim rugged West Douglas herd by 167 in September relocation plan

By Gary Harmon, Daily Sentenial

Colorado standards, Texas Mountain isn’t much — its 8,455-foot elevation ranks it number 3,163 in order of the state’s mountains, according to

BLM: Wild horse relocation to Boise corrals will be lengthy, difficult


OWYHEE COUNTY, Idaho (KBOI) -- The BLM has been working to herd and relocate hundreds of wild horses roaming where the Soda Fire burned over 270,000 acres of land.

BLM rounds up wild horses in fire-ravaged area

By Emily Valla, KTVB

These HMA's, as the Bureau of Land Management calls them, are thousands of acres each. Sands Basin is the smallest of the three and maintains about 70 horses. Hardtrigger HMA has 150 horses and 80 horses call the Black Mountain HMA home

BLM rounds up wild horses

By Jonathan Cisowski, Las Vegas Now

Hundreds of wild horses in Southern Nevada are being rounded up by federal agents in Cold Creek Canyon.

Statement in Response to BLM “Emergency” Roundup of Up to 200 Wild Horses in Cold Creek, Nevada

Las Vegas, Nevada (August 29, 2015) . . . Arlene Gawne, President of America's Wild Horse Advocates (AWHA) - the Spring Mountain Alliance