Earth day is every day on the beautiful Salt River where the wild horses still roam freely.
We have fought long and hard for this outcome and we are simply thankful that they are still here as an integral part of our public lands for everyone to enjoy. We do wish we could do for every herd, what we do for the Salt River wild horses, i.e.; manage them humanely.
This cell phone video taken just now, by a valued member of our road patrol team, Glenn Driggs, who was checking on this “bridge band”. You can hear the traffic on the bridge, and human civilization is all around them, but they still have an excellent piece of habitat where they have adapted amazingly to live peacefully together with herds and herds of humans.
They come to water here every day, so please move out of their way so they can make it in and out of the water, please respect them on this earth day and every day.
Preserve the Forest, preserve the Earth, preserve wild horses!