Trump administration calls wild horses biggest threat to public lands – here are the real threats


Acting BLM Director William Perry Pendley told the Society of Environmental Journalists in Colorado on Friday that wild horses were the biggest problem facing federal public lands in the West.

The silliness of this statement becomes obvious when one considers that wild horses don’t exist on more than 85 percent of BLM lands, and where they do occur, they have to share the range with domestic livestock which typically have an even bigger impact on the land. 

Read the full piece about the BLM and Wild Horses in The Hill

POST DATE: 10/17/2019