Christmas Miracle is Needed for Monero Mustangs

Please Sponsor a Monero Mustang Today. Citizens Against Equine Slaughter has partnered with many good organizations and sanctuaries for wild and domestic horses. Monero Mustangs is a 501c3 in New Mexico with mustangs that were removed from the Carson National Forest by US Forestry Service. Monero Mustang needs your help to get through the winter … Continue reading Christmas Miracle is Needed for Monero Mustangs

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They’ll Come for Your Big Game Species Next: a 2-Year-Old Warning Coming True

In 2016 CAES Board Member Val Cecama-Hogsett Warned That Big Game Species Would be the "next" Targets of the Livestock Industry. ©CAES2018     It seems by this article "Grand Teton plan would trap or kill goats to help bighorns" by Mead Gruver at the Associated Press on December 04, 2018 that mountain goats are … Continue reading They’ll Come for Your Big Game Species Next: a 2-Year-Old Warning Coming True

PRESS RELEASE: BLM Forced to Drop Mare Sterilization Plans Again in Legal Action Brought by CAES

Oregon Pregnant Wild Mares Get Another Reprieve in Appeal Filed by CAES Against the Brutal, Outdated Experiments BLM Planned to Perform. ©CAES 2018 BLM has Finally asked the Interior Board of Land Appeals to allow them to have jurisdiction back over the Decision of Record they made earlier in 2018 to sterilize wild mares. The … Continue reading PRESS RELEASE: BLM Forced to Drop Mare Sterilization Plans Again in Legal Action Brought by CAES

Matching Funds for Donations Offered by Facebook and PayPal

Fundraiser started by CAES board member Val Cecama-Hogsett. Please go to the Citizens Against Equine Slaughter Facebook page and make your donation to continue to support our work for American horses. Want to join me in supporting a good cause? This #GivingTuesday I'm raising money for Citizens Against Equine Slaughter and your contribution will make an impact, … Continue reading Matching Funds for Donations Offered by Facebook and PayPal

Sea Lions, the Wild Horses of the Oceans

When I compare this issue to the issues we deal with in the management of wild horses it is the same manmade problem, with scapegoating animals natural behaviors or responses to manmade issues, and always in favor of making someone a profit. In this issue with salmon and sea lions, it is the fisherman who complains about the fish population decline, thus decrease in his profit. In the issue of wild horses, it is the rancher who complains, there is less forage so he can put fewer cows or sheep on the land, thus decrease in his profit.

Update on Congress’s (BLM) Spay Experimentation on Wild Mares

  BREAKING NEWS: Update on Congress's SPAY Experimentation on Wild Mares.   Yesterday, a consortium of Groups who filed a lawsuit to WATCH the illegal Spay experimentation on conscious pregnant wild mares, announced that they had "WON" "VICTORY".    However, in a motion filed today by these same groups (Kathrens et. al.), an attempt was … Continue reading Update on Congress’s (BLM) Spay Experimentation on Wild Mares

CAES Will Gain Protection for Wild Mares Again, No Spay Experiments!

BLM Announces Plans to Ask the IBLA to Remand the DOR and Cancel Spay Experiments BLM is Frustrated, to Say the Least ©CAES 07 November 2018 Yesterday we filed the latest round with the Interior Board of Land Appeals (IBLA) in our case to stop the brutal sterilization experiments on pregnant wild mares in Oregon. … Continue reading CAES Will Gain Protection for Wild Mares Again, No Spay Experiments!

Muddy Creek Appeal – and an Explanation of the IBLA Appeals Process

CAES Files Next Round with the Interior Board for Land Appeals. on the Muddy Creek Wild Horse Gather and Removals. Allegations include: illegal transfer of withdrawn lands to SITLA, animal cruelty, torture, neglect, fraud, failure to follow proper procedures, inadequate, possibly intentional lack of transparency and FOIA requests, and much more. ©CAES 2018 October 31, … Continue reading Muddy Creek Appeal – and an Explanation of the IBLA Appeals Process

Scoping Period and Public Comment Period Announced for Skull Hollow Campground and Trailhead Improvements – Ochocos Nat’l Forest

USDA Forest Service Crooked River National Grassland Ochoco National Forest Jefferson County, Oregon T.13 S, R.14 E, Section 33, Willamette Meridian Background Skull Hollow is the busiest recreation site on the Crooked River National Grassland due to its close proximity to urban communities and to the adjacent Smith Rock State Park. Located minutes away from … Continue reading Scoping Period and Public Comment Period Announced for Skull Hollow Campground and Trailhead Improvements – Ochocos Nat’l Forest