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Running out of time - help save these two herds: McCullough Peaks Herd and the Theodore Roosevelt National Park Herd.
McCullough Peaks: scroll down, polite statements are appreciated.
Cody Chamber of Commerce:
307 587-2777 and email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Theodore Roosevelt National Park Herd: https://www.wildlandswildhorses.com/save-trnp
Suggested talking points: "Thank you for taking my call today.”
(“Will you please let Senator/Representative (insert last name) know that I do not support the removal of the historic, genetically unique, herd of horses free roaming in Theodore Roosevelt National Park since before the park's inception.)
I believe that removing this genetically unique herd of horses is a profound loss to a direct, historical link to T.R. himself. I also believe this is a significant loss of tourism revenue for North Dakota. In addition, this herd of horses would be an overwhelming loss of an intangible cultural heritage for the state of North Dakota and America and for our future generations.
I do support creating a new wildlife management plan that will ensure the herd will remain a genetically viable and productive herd, and will continue to thrive and co-exist with all other species as they have been doing since the introduction of bison and elk to that historic landscape, 65 years ago.
Thank you so much for your time. I know you would not want to be known as the legislator who lost this direct connection to TR on your watch.”
Katharyne usually begins her videos with her cheery welcoming
"Hey guys, how are you doing?"
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Shiver me timbers it's our olde friends from Pirate Day back in 2015. Happy to saye they still be doing fine!!!
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This is exciting!!!
What I wrote:
"After reviewing the McCullough Peaks HMA Bait Trap Gather Environmental Assessment (EA), I support the “No Action Alternative” of continued population management with PZP with no horses removed from the range."
You can also call the Capitol Hill Switchboard at 202-225-3121 and ask to be connected to your Representative’s office by providing your zip code. You may have to leave a message. Simply say:
“I am a constituent, and I’m writing to you to ask that you please support H.R. 3656, the bipartisan Wild Horse and Burro Protection Act of 2023. This important bill would protect wild horses from helicopters being utilized in roundup operations; a cruel and antiquated method that leads to trauma, injury, and death in the horses. Supporting this bill also effectively advances the BLM’s directive to humanely capture horses while providing significant savings for taxpayers. I Stand With Wild Horses!”
(reposted from Facebook)
Wild at Heart Images-Wildlife and Nature Photography - Sandy Sisti
"The lives of our wild horses, like Washakie, are complex, exciting, dramatic, and devastating -- much like our own. Stories like Washakie's, are what will be lost if the Bureau of Land Management proceeds with its plan to reduce the McCullough Peaks population by half. Kenai and Klondike could lose their freedom and spend the rest of their lives in government holding facilities.
Adding insult to injury is that the McCullough Peak's wild horses have a humane fertility control program in place. One-third of the horses are over the age of 15. The removal of the McCullough Peaks wild horses does not need to happen.
Please take action in honor of Washakie and his family.
This link will take you to suggested talking points and a link to the Bureau's comment page."
Here's what I wrote:
After reviewing the McCullough Peaks HMA Bait Trap Gather Environmental Assessment (EA), I support the “No Action Alternative” of continued population management with PZP with no horses removed from the range.
You can add: Reasons for my decision are outlined below.
reposted from wild horse education, and
Wild At Heart Images: https://www.wildatheartimages.com/
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