• Petitioning Nevada Governor

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RETURN THE WILD HORSES & little BURROS TO THEIR LANDS AS DESIGNATED BY 1971 ACT OF CONGRESS

    1. Kathy O'Bryan
    2. Petition by

      Kathy O'Bryan

      Lafayette, LA

KINDLY ASK THE BLM to return the Wild Horses & little Burros to their range lands as designated by the 1971 Free-Roam Act of Congress.  It's what they would want....to return to their lands, their families & herds.  Please ask the state of NV & BLM to allow the Wild Mustangs to be adopted by Madeleine Pickens.

PLEASE CONSIDER allowing adequate reproduction of these American Icons so they will not become extinct (!!)

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    • Richard Phelps LAFAYETTE, LA
      • 3 months ago

      Treat the horses Humanly!

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    • Betty Stamper BARSTOW, CA
      • 3 months ago

      I want the BLM to return the wild horses & little Burros to their range lands.

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    • gudrun wicart DUNKIRK, MD
      • 3 months ago

      The 1971 Act was the most supported of any legisation by tax payers and school children. The Burns Ammendment was a dirty trick that allowed well funded special interest groups to cost tax payers billions while destroying a national treasure. Very bad economy, especially now.

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    • patti pilotte THUNDER BAY, CANADA
      • 3 months ago

      this is part of our Country, what makes us unique and part of our eco system. These horses have been there for many years and are doing great. We need to protect them so our children and their children can enjoy seeing them and know their history.

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    • ken mcleod LLOYDMINSTER ALTA., CA
      • 3 months ago

      These are some of the only Wild Horses we have ..

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