Sunday, April 11, 2010
Death in the Desert
Photo by Craig Downer
" What you are seeing are the remains of a wild horse, discovered by Craig Downer, Terri Farley, and Don Molde on a recent excursion into the Calico Mountains looking for the living remnants of the herds
To read a report by biologist Craig Downer and human observer Elyse Garder, click here: Humane Observer Blog
This wide-ranging blog includes feelings and facts, comparing the past and present plight of the Calico Range horses, their capture, captivity and Craig's coverage of our first trip back to the Calico range following BLM's disastrous round-up.
Labels: BLM, BLM round ups, Calico Complex, Craig Downer, Elyse Gardner, mustang deaths, wild horses
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Terri Farley @ 3:36 AM
sigh.. to die alone like that. I know horses aren't human but I'm sure herds do share a connection with its members. I wish it would have never happened this way but as long as her body didn't go to waste and provided nourishment for another animal.
I pray the roundups stop
Wow. That Hurts.