This is an update we hate to give. We have another dead foal in the Muddy Creek herd. Our ground crew was watching an injured foal. It appeared to have a break just below the knee. It was being guarded by its mother as if she were a grizzly with her cub. All our ground … Continue reading Muddy Creek & Sinbad, Wild Horses & Burros of Utah Update
Wild horses and burros in the UTAH Muddy Creek and Sinbad HMA's were discovered in the last few weeks of May of this year suffering from dehydration. A pregnant (burro) jenny was on her back in the mud, a burro foal was down while its mother dug in the dry dirt and a horse mare … Continue reading Muddy Creek & Sinbad Wild Horse & Burro Battle with BLM Over the Right to Have Water
June 6, 2020 By Val Cecama-Hogsett Gus Warr, BLM's UT Wild Horse & Burro Specialist, recently gave CAES a list of alleged natural water sources for wild horses & burros on the Muddy Creek and Sinbad HMA's in UT. We were not given GPS coordinates, but only names of these water holes, such as Cistern … Continue reading Press Release on Muddy Creek & Sinbad HMA’s, Utah…Fight for Wild Horses & Burros to Have Water
You asked for it and Artist Blanche Ann Created it! Painting "Don't Take My Baby" Here we have another original Blanche Ann painting for CAES to raffle for our efforts in protecting our American wild horses and burros. This painting is 24 x 30, and is an acrylic painting on canvas. This painting is unframed … Continue reading Painting Raffle Time!
The Typical Warfare of Advocacy This is What Happens Routinely When Special Interests, Government, and Inserted Wolves in Sheep's Clothing Are in Place to Battle an Advocacy. Below you will find our response to a recent attack on our advocacy for the Heber Wild Horses. CAES Response to Department of Justice Nixon Complaint against Citizens … Continue reading The Truth About Heber
The Bureau of Land Management and other federal agencies illustrate that during this pandemic anything for special interests is still a go. Anything for people, environment and natural resources is not a go. This is unequal protection under the law. This is special interest pandering.
Can They Be Saved for Future Generations? We've done our part and now it's up to you! Yesterday we submitted an extensive list of issues we have with the current plan to wipe out 77% of the Black Mountain wild burro herd in AZ. The plan calls for 10 years of management to control the … Continue reading Black Mountain Burros Need You Now
Citizens Against Equine Slaughter and Two Other Organizations Submitted a Joint Public Comment Today With a Clear Message the Proposed Plan is Not for Management of a Healthy Wild Horse Herd, but Rather a Plan to Protect Livestock Interests in That Part of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. 16 March 2020 ©CAES Citizens Against Equine Slaughter, … Continue reading Heber Wild Horse Territory Management Plan
YOUR PUBLIC COMMENT IS DUE BY MARCH 16, 2020 Many of you know that comments are due for the upcoming Heber Wild Horse Management plan. The comments due at this time are scoping comments. This is the document/plan they want you to comment on: https://www.fs.usda.gov/nfs/11558/www/nepa/33054_FSPLT3_5238592.pdf To find the link to comment, the link for supporting … Continue reading Heber Wild Horses, Scoping Period for HMAP, Public Comments Due
BLM Tries to Get the Case Dismissed, CAES Keeps Fighting to Save Warm Spring Horses From Never being Released 24 February 2020 ©CAES Citizens Against Equine Slaughter (CAES) has been fighting for the Warm Springs Wild Horses since before the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) gathered them for the purposes of doing a horrendous, inhumane … Continue reading Warm Springs Horses WIN Round 1 in Court Today