Wild Horse Connection is looking for volunteers to help with its diversionary feeding program supporting the wild horses of the Virginia Range.
Local officials are urging drivers along U.S. Highway 50 and Alternate U.S. 395 to use extreme caution when driving in the Virginia Range area due to increased wild horse activity.
Hidden Valley Wild Horse Protection Fund recently developed a custom license plate with the DMV to support the Virginia Range horses.
A local screening of “Horse Rich & Dirt Poor” and the accompanying forum drew protesters and a counter-event arguing the impacts of wild horses and other animal life on Nevada’s public lands.
Scientists, policymakers, land managers, biologists, and horse advocates are gathered this week to push for what they called desperately needed solutions for wild horse management.
The Nevada Department of Agriculture’s board met early Tuesday to discuss, hear public comment,…
WINNEMUCCA — The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Winnemucca District, Black Rock Field Office,…
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Schell Field Office has released the preliminary environmental assessment for the Eagle Herd Management Area (HMA) Wild Horse Gather. The BLM is proposing to reduce the herd size to approximately 100 animals, to maintain a thriving natural ecological balance among wild horse populations, wildlife and livestock. The BLM invites the public to review the document and will accept comments through Jan. 27, 2010.