AUCTION HAS ENDED CONGRATULATIONS TO LINDA GREAVES ON HER WINNING BID OF $200! THANK YOU TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED. WE LOOK FORWARD TO THE NEXT QUILT AUCTION! If you are interested in helping the quilting efforts to provide funding for things like legal fees, and water projects for Equines and wildlife please send us an … Continue reading Gorgeous Winter Horse Quilted Wallhanging Being Auctioned
13 September 2018 BLM in Burns, Oregon announced their final decision to move ahead with plans to brutally sterilize wild, pregnant mares. CAES has been fighting this plan since 2016 when they announced their first plan to do these experimental surgical procedures. The surgery is called an ovariectomy via colpotomy. It is a blind surgery … Continue reading BLM Announces Decision to Move Ahead with Plans to Experiment on Pregnant Mares
NO DUE PROCESS to STAY!!! MUDDY CREEK ROUND UP starts at 8 a.m. MST Call Chris Stewart NOW, and don't stop until he STAYS this action. ASK him to honor the citizen stay and due process TODAY!! 202-225-9730 Fax 202-225-9627 stewart.house.gov In most cases, the Department of Interior cannot implement a decision during a briefing … Continue reading TAKE ACTION NOW! NO DUE PROCESS to STAY!!!
BLM Must Return the Gathered Horses to the Wild Horse Range in Nevada and Provide Water for Them ©CAES 2018 31 August 2018 … Continue reading No horse removed from Nevada Wild Horse Range Can be Sold or Adopted
28 August 2018 Citizens Against Equine Slaughter (CAES) today filed an appeal with the IBLA against the UT BLM decision to gather the Muddy Creek wild horses. CAES alleges the transfer of lands that are withdrawn for a federal land use, such as the management of wild horses, to the UT SITLA was not legal. … Continue reading CAES Files Appeal Against UT BLM Muddy Creek Wild Horse Gather Plans
©CAES/WHOA 2018 Our sister organization has breaking news. Wild Horse Observers Association (WHOA) has uncovered that these horses died a slow, excruciating death, all while being documented. This was done we believe under pressure from the states of Utah, New Mexico, and the U.S. government to support claims of dying wild horses due to drought, … Continue reading Navajo Horses at Gray Mountain/Cameron Did NOT Die of Drought, They Died From Malicious Management for Political Purposes
Support CAES and the Water for Western Wildlife (WWW) program. We need boots on the ground where there is drought, we need water haulers that can do the physical work of delivering the water. We will do the work at the administrative level to get the proper permissions to put tanks out in areas, and … Continue reading Water for Western Wildlife – The Compassionate WWW
Freedom Rocks on Oregon Beaches Find your own Freedom Rock for wild horses on Lincoln City beaches in Oregon (Seven Miles of Smiles) and post a photo of your painted rock on our Facebook Page by clicking HERE. Lincoln City, Oregon is where we are starting the program. Anyone, any age can participate in their … Continue reading FREEDOM ROCKS
Heber Wild Horse advocate gets fired from a volunteer position for not agreeing with the rest of the stacked working group. Thankfully the Heber wild horses have had one woman in that group actually fighting FOR them. The other advocate (in name only) is agreeing with the ranchers and government who want them gone.
12 September 2018 UPDATE ON THE MUDDY CREEK HORSES From the BLM Daily Gather page: "Tuesday, September 11, 2018 Summary: One hundred threee horses were gathered from the Muddy Creek HMA today. Body scores of horses were mostly 4's with several 2's and 3's. There were 18 visitors at the site gather today. … Continue reading UPDATE ON THE MUDDY CREEK HORSES
©CAES 2018 Val Cecama-Hogsett Rewilding would be a great idea if done right. If done without balance it could be considered horse dumping. A true rewilding of wild horses MUST include some form of population control until such time as their apex predators (lions, bears and wolves) are also reintroduced in numbers that control the … Continue reading Wolves and Lions and Bears…Yes Please!
21 August 2018 Val Cecama-Hogsett In Part two of our Catching up on CAES works and what we've been up to we're going to discuss the recent gathers and abuses that many of us have seen on social media. Recently we saw photos and videos posted of 2 wild horse gathers, one in Utah and … Continue reading We Have to Expect the Laws to be Enforced, or They Won’t Be
21 August 2018 Val Cecama-Hogsett This morning I read a message from someone who asked me if I know of any bills that she should bring to the attention of her elected officials. I just happened to be reading one an hour before reading her question. I responded and got off on more of a … Continue reading CAES Rambling Thoughts