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Wild burros are small but hardy equines capable of surviving in challenging environments.

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Together, we can protect horses and burros from cruelty.

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by Karen E. Lange

For more than half a century, the Humane Society of the United States and the Humane Society Legislative Fund have campaigned for the safety and preservation of wild horses and burros on our western rangelands. There is room for debate on how best to manage wild horses and burros on public lands...

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The Humane Society of the United States and the Humane Society Legislative Fund are noted champions for the protection and well-being of the nation’s wild horses and burros, and we have strong policy and practical commitments to the humane management of their herds on America’s Western ranges. We...

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What is immunocontraception? Immunocontraception is a birth control method that uses the body's immune response to prevent pregnancy. Why is the Humane Society of the United States sponsoring research in immunocontraception? The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) believes that...

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Our troubled economy has a trickle-down effect onto animals. Horse owners who struggle financially often find it difficult to adequately care for their high-maintenance animals. The result is a record-high number of horses who suffer from neglect or starvation. Some are even being sent to slaughter...

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WASHINGTON — The reward being offered to identify, arrest and convict the person or people responsible for shooting over 40 federally protected wild burros in the Clark Mountain Herd Area of southern California is growing. The Humane Society of the United States is offering a reward of $2,500, and...

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Portrait of Robin Mock and adopted burro Samson

The Mock family had been operating a horse rescue for several years when an article in All Animals inspired them to add a new equine. The article was about the Platero Project, a privately funded HSUS program that collaborates with the Bureau of Land Management to help burros. The loyal, resilient...

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by Kelly Madrone

Conflicts between humans and wildlife are increasing as human populations and urbanization continue to expand globally. A number of additional factors increase the likelihood of human-wildlife interactions and those include wild animals adapting to and flourishing in urban areas, rural areas...

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In an effort to promote and advance humane, sustainable approaches to resolving conflicts between humans and wildlife, for years, the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) has collaborated with researchers, NGOs and academic institutions, as well as federal, state and local agencies to help...

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Fertility control: Essential to American wild burros and mustangs While wild burros are legally viewed in the same light as the American mustang, protected as a living symbol of the American West, the wild horses often seem to receive most of the public's attention. But burros have played a critical...

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