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Protect Pine Nut Wild Horses

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Organized by Anne Novak
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Protect Pine Nut Wild Horses ~ Be a Walking Billboard!

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59 items sold
$930 raised
200 goal
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Organized by Anne Novak

About this campaign

Protect Pine Nut Wild Horses

The Pine Nut Wild Horses are threatened with a cruel BLM roundup to remove the majority of this treasured herd from public land. Protect Mustangs &Friends of Animalsare fighting the roundup in court but don’t know what the outcome will be. . . Right now there are only maybe 332 Pine Nut wild horses left on the 90,000 acre range next to Carson City, Nevada--very close to Lake Tahoe. The BLM wants to take 200 away forever. This would leave a nonviable number so the herdcould have a hard time survivingenvironmental changes ahead.We are PRAYING for a miracle to help the horses andstop the roundup. Please stand with the Pine Nut wild horses and become a Walking Billboard to help PROTECT the belovedwild ones!

USA Today reports on the Pine Nut lawsuit: (http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2015/01/28/nevada-pine-nut-wild-horse-roundup/22467797/)


Pine Nut Wild Horses wereseen on CBS Sunday morning News (http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/nature-wild-horses/) filmed by Carl Mrozek.

Thesenative wild horses deserve to be protected, live in freedom and contribute to the thriving natural ecological balance as they fill their ecological niche. Besides being a wonderful asset for Eco-Tourism (only 4 hours from San Francisco), the Pine Nut wild horses reduce costly wildfires at no cost to the taxpayer.

Roundups are a cruel use of tax dollars. Some years roundups cost in themillions . . .

Why is the BLMscapegoating native wild horses for range damage caused by commercialand human use? Because wild horses are the underdog without a fat wallet lobby protecting their interests. They need you to STAND UP for them and be a Walking Billboard to let people know what's going on.

Protect Mustangs' fiscal sponsor, while our 501c3 applicationis in the works,is the Andean Tapir Fund--a 501c3 run by Protect Mustangs'Director of Ecology and Conservation, Craig Downer. Your donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extend of the law.

Thank you for helping America's wild horses!


Supporters

Anonymous 1 item

to see them live free or be adopted into loving homes not have to live in holding pens with no shelter. One of my horses came from the Adobe Town which was recently zeroed out.

Sheila Sloan 2 items

I love wild horses and am appalled at the way they are being treated. We must save them!

Roxanne 1 item + $10

Thank you for fighting for our wild horses.

Bonnie 2 items + $10

These beautiful horses need our help, not human control.

VENGINCE 1 item

The pro rock band, VENGINCE endorses this cause of stopping the BLM roundups.

Bev Adams 1 item
Jennifer Webb 1 item

FREEDOM IS TAX FREE! Zero Herds = ZERO ECOSYSTEM. Public Land belongs to all of us. Wild Horses are Federally Protected. WIld and deserve to be FREE at all COSTs!

Highlandcreekgirl 1 item
Maggie 1 item

We need to make EVERYONE aware of what is being done to OUR wild horses & burros. Roundups need to stop.

Margo 1 item

Because round-ups are wrong Because the land legally belongs to the Mustangs Because cattle & sheep should be removed FIRST Because Mustangs can share the land with oil interests

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