As all of you know, we have fought long and hard for the protection of the historic and beautiful Salt River wild horses, who today, are protected pursuant to A R.S. 3-1491. (Or the Salt River Horse Act, HB2340) Pursuant to the Act, last year, the Arizona Department of Agriculture (AZDA) and the U.S. Forest Service signed an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) for the management of the Salt River wild horses. This agreement allowed the AZDA to contract with the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group to manage the horses on a short term basis. We now have a Salt River
Trick or Treat, after dressing up, they were very thirsty! 🥛 They each get their own milk, but watch how Gideon prefers to drink together! How cute are they? Foals need milk protein until they are about 6 months old, you can help tremendously by clicking this link, to get them more milk! 👉 http://a.co/9FUqamX Please share, because as a non profit, charity programs like smile.amazon.com help us a lot in the monthly costs for the rescues! Dont forget to add our charity to your Amazon account! It's only one click. Right now, smile.amazon is giving 5% of your purchases back to us through Nov
We have taken care of hundreds of happy customers with our Hay Cafe's (feed stations). We now finally have some beautiful new grasses coming up in the Tonto National Forest, but especially now, we need your help!🙏 Together, we got the Salt River wild horses through the worst drought in history, but we cannot just stop so abruptly. We want to reduce our distribution slowly, but we are out of hay! ❕ It is also important to give the new forage a chance to re-establish, so we dont want them too hungry. Will you help? 🙏An investment into these Arizona treasures means
*100% for 100 CFS!* Dear #SRP and dear supporters, We wanted to show you what it looks like when the river eelgrass is dying. The output from Stewart mountain dam today is 30 CFS and dropping. This video was taken at 3 PM today, October 20th. As a result of our meeting with SRP upper management, they have promised to conduct a study as to the feasibility of instating a minimum output of 100 CFS from Stewart Mountain dam, for the lower Salt River. The Verde River already has such a minimum, which has done so much for the environment of the Verde
Thank you KTAR! Cute article.
This is Ducey. Ducey was the first born foal of 2017. We named him after Governor Doug Ducey , as a thank you for everything he did for the Salt River wild horses. (The horses are now protected and humanely managed under the State of Arizona.) The horse Ducey is doing great and is now a year and ten months old. His color is called Sorrel. He is still roaming with his birthband and fills the important role of helping his mom watch over his little brother. We are expecting that he will soon emancipate. Emancipating is the process of young stallions
Two beautiful healthy wild horses were found shot and killed in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. This occurred sometime yesterday, oct 13th 2018, on FS road 50, mm8, close to the Heber Wild Horse Territory. This is not the first time for someone to shoot wild horses in the Heber area or the Salt River area. The coward who shot 3 Salt River wild horses in 2016, was never found. We are outraged at the cruelty. It is scary that someone could harbor so much resentment to shoot and kill innocent wild horses so brutally. We are offering a $2000 reward
We are glad and thankful that our Forest Service listened to the public and that we now are managing the Salt River wild horses humanely. We implore the Modoc National Forest to do the same.
They belong to mother nature, they belong to the wind, they belong to the river, they belong to all of us. Click love if u love them. SRWHMG