"I want to thank you very much for hauling all that water to the wild mustangs out to a canyon by Lad Davies Ranch. I was so happy to hear that you and your wife were able to get a hold of the BLM and put some pressure on them to get some water out there for the horses. I worry that they will get lax on watering them. Robert and I went up last Saturday evening and the trough was full. Here are a few pictures we took. They were more in need of water than of being afraid of us :( The wild mustangs are such beautiful creatures!
This blog is dedicated to bringing to the public's attention the plight of the wild horses of the United States of America, and specifically to the battle now being waged to restore the Coyote Canyon Wild Horse Herd to its native habitat, the Beauty Mountainregion of federal lands located in San Diego and Riverside Counties. This area is representative of the habitat that this unique and historic band of wild horses was removed from. Beauty Mountain is adjacent to Coyote Canyon, site of the herd area set aside to provide a home range for these animals under the Wild Free-roaming Horse and Burro Act granting them protection in their free roaming condition in perpetuity.
The Coyote Canyon Herd is a microcosm of the wild equid problem and solution.