CAES responded to Bureau of Land Management Plans to release only 66 horses on the Oregon Warm Springs HMA. This is what we had to say: Thank you for the opportunity to submit these public comments on the above-referenced DNA for the release of wild horses onto the Warm Springs, HMA in Oregon. We have … Continue reading Warm Springs Release of 66 a Plan for Extinction
"For crying out loud...YOU celebrated this as a great win of your 1st amendment lawsuit....now after we pointed out that BLM's plan is definitely NOT a win, not acceptable, not legal NOW you put out this action to make people think you actually care?!?!?!?! How about you get real and honest with your supporters. I know Citizens Against Equine Slaughter and several other small advocate groups have had it with the fraudulent posts and half-truths of this organization."
©CAES2019 10 March 2019 CAES & Coyote Canyon Caballos d'Anza Orgs. Respond to AWHC & Their Handling of the Situation of the Modoc Wild Horses DISMISSING SMALLER ADVOCATE ORGANIZATIONS BECAUSE THEY WILL NOT BLINDLY FOLLOW MAY NOT BE THE BEST WAY TO DO BUSINESS. IT DOESN'T UNITE A MOVEMENT IT DIVIDES, WHICH IS A GOVERNMENT … Continue reading OPEN LETTER TO AMERICAN WILD HORSE CAMPAIGN