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Return to Freedom: Protecting America’s Wild Horses and Burros
Qualified individuals are able to adopt wild burros from the BLM.
BLM is offering an incentive to adopt a wild, untrained horse.
A college cowgirl spends four days among the Pryor Mountain Mustangs and discovers that stereotypes about wild horses don’t match up.
Wild horses and burros are considered by law to be “living symbols of the historic and pioneer spi…
It’s a cowgirl’s dream: Beautiful, wild horses galloping free across postcard-pretty vistas of the American West. But it’s one on the brink of becoming just that—a fantasy.