We are very thankful to all of the public who understands that to be able to enjoy the wild horses, you have to respect their space, and to be able to enjoy nature, you have to keep it clean.
We see the public informing the public and that’s what it’s going to take to become a wiser public ( than for example Yellowstone visitors ) So thank you everyone for informing visitors who do not know or understand yet, in a kind way, as that is always more impactful.
It’s super easy to connect with other people who enjoy the same thing you do by saying:
Hi, how are you? Aren’t they beautiful? Did you know these horses are protected by state law from interference? Please back up to at least 50 ft for their well-being and yours. Thank you!
With more people becoming aware and respectful, it really does catch on as a whole. Our volunteers will keep doing their best to educate and the AZDA officer and Deputies are also present in the most crowded places often, but no one can be everywhere at once of course.
Please everyone keep making posts that include how and why we need to respect their space. Because after all, these horses are managed for the public and by the public. It’s important that we set the right example and that the horses get to live their lives not only wild and free, but undisturbed, which is important to their very survival.
We want to thank AZDA, MCSO, our SRWHMG volunteers, and YOU the public for looking out for the Salt River wild horses!
If ever you need us please call our hotline (480) 868-9301.
If you’d like to learn more and support our mission go to www.SRWHMG.org
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