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Protests Held Nationwide Against BLM Wild Horse Roundups

Protests Held Nationwide Against BLM Wild Horse Roundups


 Wild Horses Photo by U.S. Government/BLM - public domain

The Calico Roundup is underway. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is in the process of rounding up more than 2,500 wild horses in northern Nevada.

Removing these horses from their natural habitat has already been a dangerous process, with many frightened wild horses becoming hurt (or even killed). The fates of the relocated herds is also in jeopardy, with several reports of possible extermination of wild horses.

Wild horse advocates, led by groups like The Cloud Foundation, are holding public demonstrations in many locations.

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Wild horse lovers across the United States are gathering in various locations nationwide to protest the U.S. government wild horse roundups. In...
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Individuals protesting the U.S. Bureau of Land Management roundups of scores of wild horses in the American West are planning to gather for a peaceful...
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Individuals protesting the U.S. Bureau of Land Management roundups of scores of wild horses in the American West will gather on Sunday, January 10th,...
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Wild horse lovers will congregate in Boston, Massachusetts, on Friday, January 8th, to protest the U.S. Bureau of Land Management roundups of...
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Wild horse advocates will assemble for peaceful protests in Denver, Colorado, Las Vegas, Nevada, and Albany, New York, on Thursday, January 7th. These...
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Peaceful protesters are assembling in Los Angeles, California, and Lexington, Kentucky, on Wednesday, January 6th, to protest the U.S....
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Here's a message from The Cloud Foundation, urging horse lovers to contact federal legislators, calling for a stop to the wild horse roundups.

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