Feel Good Sunday: Dewey Bunnell of “America” speaks out for wild horses

Straight from the Horse's Heart

Each and every person can make a difference.   Each and every one of you are the voices for the wild horses and burros.  Stay strong.

This video, produced by Dewey Bunnell of the classic rock band “America” was shared by our friend Jetara Sehart, of Love Wild Horses

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Woman killed by hunter’s bullet in her garden

In case our township will take up USDA WS recommendations to sharp shoot deer, we will have to be very careful about going out onto our private back yards. Besides USDA uses lead bullets that will contaminate the soil. Tell township NO Thanks for USDA disServices.

Exposing the Big Game

https://www.connexionfrance.com/French-news/Woman-killed-by-hunter-s-bullet-in-her-garden

a hunter in a hi-vis jacket points gun into a patch of long grass
The hunter who fired the fatal shot is under investigation for manslaughter

Victim was in her garden when she was hit by a bullet fired through a hedge

An Aveyron woman, aged 69, has died after being hit a bullet from a hunter’s rifle while she was in her garden.

The hunter reportedly fired into a thick boxwood hedge that had attracted the interest of two hunting dogs – but the bullet passed through the vegetation and hit the retiree in the garden of her home in the village of Taussac, regional newspaper the Centre Presse Aveyron reports.

The 47-year-old hunter has been placed under police investigation for manslaughter. If convicted, he could face up to three years in prison and a fine of up to €45,000.

Every year 21 people on average are killed in hunting accidents, but the death of someone who is not hunting or accompanying…

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BLM’s Mouthpiece Board Recommends Death to America’s Wild Horses And Burros

Department of Interior’s Bureau of Land Management Advisory Board recommends killing our wild equines in holding and on the range.

Straight from the Horse's Heart

It’s official, AGAIN, the BLM’s Wild Horse and Advisory Board recommends killing off Long Term Holding horses and any “excess” on the range…they even brainstormed about sending horses off to Russia to feed their Siberian Tigers.

Coming to Pubic Lands near YOU!

Rumors abound on the internet but here are the ACTUAL recommendations by the puppets as reported to us:

Increase the budget in FY2019 to 3 million for reversible fertility control. 

BLM Immediately (over the next three years) remove excess animals from the range to achieve AML.  (MURDER)

Phase out long-term holding over the next three years. (MURDER)

Increasing funding to support successful adoption programs and on the range management, and consider possibilities for international adoptions. (MURDER)

BLM utilize all tools specified in the Wild and Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971 to achieve and maintain AML. (MURDER)

Examine and and adjust AML…

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BLM removed 1968 wild horses from Adobe Town, Salt Wells Creek and Great Divide Basin, WY

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Interior Dept., Bureau of Lane Management removed well over the stated 1560 number of wild horses from the millions of public land acres in Wyoming.  This is illegal.  The number of horses left on these lands is below their genetic viability.  This is also illegal.  But the BLM advisory board wants these wild horses destroyed which is against the Free Roaming Act of 1971 PL 92-195.  How can this be allowed without Congress repealing the law?

Please call the Senate Appropriations Committee members and say that these wild equines belong on the public lands:

Oppose killing them, or selling them without restrictions, experimenting on them or shipping them to slaughter.

Next year, BLM Nevada plans to stampede over 6400 wild horses on millions of acres in  Antelope and Triple B complexes.  These wild icons will also be destroyed if Congress decides to appropriate funds for their demise.  Don’t let this happen.

http://www.wildhoofbeats.com/blog/does-the-end-of-the-checkerboard-roundup-mean-the-end-of-the-lives-of-wyomings-wild-horses

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Department of Interior’s Bureau of Land Management is pushing to kill healthy wild equines in holding and on the ranges

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Recommendations from BLM advisory board meeting.

(1) phase out all wild horses in holding over 3 years;

(2) use the wild horses and burros for “humanitarian” aid – feed them to the poor;

(3) ship 20,000+ mares to Russia to feed to their tigers – all the U.S. taxpayers would have to pay is shipping to ship the horses & burros to Russia.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/WildHorseActions/?multi_permalinks=1399297810186659&notif_id=1508511722009626&notif_t=group_activity

Send your comments to the Senate Appropriations Committee who will be voting on appropriating funds for the Interior Dept and deciding the fate of wild equines the week of October 23, 2017, along to your U.S. senators.  https://www.appropriations.senate.gov/about/members

Send your written comments pertaining to the October 18-19, 2017, Advisory Board meeting mail:
National Wild Horse and Burro Program
Attention: Ramona DeLorme
1340 Financial Boulevard
Reno, NV 89502-7147

email: whbadvisoryboard@blm.gov
Please include “Advisory Board Comment” in the subject line

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Ramona DeLorme, Wild Horse and Burro Administrative Assistant, at 775-861-6583, or by email at rdelorme@blm.gov.

Dog killed by bow hunter inspires new bill to restrict hunting

Hunting can cause many accidents.

Exposing the Big Game

http://newjersey.news12.com/story/36623273/dog-killed-by-bow-hunter-inspires-new-bill-to-restrict-hunting

TRENTON –A New Jersey lawmaker is set to propose a new bill Wednesday aimed at restricting hunting near residential property.

It’s called Tonka’s Law and is named for a dog killed by a bow hunter in September in Readington Township. The bow hunter was about 50 feet from the property line of the dog’s owners.

Officials said the hunter, Romeo Antonuccio, of Kenilworth, was charged with careless discharge and damage of property after he told police that while trying to shoot deer from a tree stand, he thought the dog was a coyote.

State Sen. Raymond Lesniak plans to announce the new bill Wednesday night on Facebook Live.

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