October 31, 2014
Rethinking the Roundups: New Form of Wildlife Contraceptive Could Revolutionize Management of Wild Horse Populations
Rounding up and removing wild horses from public lands has been ineffective. A new form of wildlife contraceptive, called PZP-22, could revolutionize the way the Bureau of Land Management maintains wild horse populations in the West.
June 20, 2012
The Bureau of Land Management is conducting a declared emergency wild horse gather in the southern portion of the Jackson Mountains HMA in northern Nevada.
January 25, 2011
The HSUS criticizes the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to reject a proposal by philanthropist and wild horse advocate Madeleine Pickens to create an eco-sanctuary for America’s mustangs. Her plan would be one important component within a broader plan to fix the agency’s broken wild horse and burro management program.
July 26, 2010
The government's latest wild horse management plan is a repeat of the same wasteful, inhumane practices. Through September 3, you can tell the BLM to stop the roundups and start using contraception.
November 19, 2009
The HSUS and the Certified Pre-Owned Land Rover LR3 tackle the desert landscape to monitor and control the wild horse population.