Photo Of The Week – 6/23/11

June 24, 2011

Click on the image for a larger/sharper view

Sand Wash Basin HMA near Craig, Colorado. The wild horses are the jewels in our western landscapes…

Please help our wild ones – oppose the precedent-setting decision for the Little Colorado and White Mountain HMAs to geld all stallions and make this Mustang population “non-reproducing.” Click on the link below to learn more and act: http://org2.democracyinaction.org/o/6931/t/0/blastContent.jsp?email_blast_KEY=1168526

Thank you!

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10 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 6/23/11”


  1. I’d love to post this on facebook-your photos really draw attention to the tragedy America’s mustangs are facing. I don’t see a share link for facebook, though. Is it permitted?

  2. pnickoles Says:

    Hi Linda – yes, you may share the link. Just click on the title “Photo Of The Week – 6/23/11.” The permanent link to the post will be displayed at the top in your web browser bar. Copy and paste that link to your Facebook page. Thanks on behalf of our wild ones!


  3. beautiful serene photo. i will be doing as much voicing off as i can Pam, its a horrific plan.

  4. pnickoles Says:

    Actually, I just figured out how to add the share buttons. Thanks for the nudge Linda. 🙂

  5. pnickoles Says:

    I know you will Deborah – thank you!

  6. jules Says:

    Pam, this is beautiful and I’m grateful for the link to act – and did so. I always find myself wishing the pix were larger when clicked… can you post them bigger?


  7. A devastating plan that they are not clearly thinking through. I took action and voiced my total disagreement to their proposed plan.

    A beautiful image Pam (as always).

  8. margoWolf Says:

    We need to write legislation that will stop abuse of our wild horses and burros. No operations in the field for population control or any reason… and to stop the violent roundups and destruction of family bands. If BLM thinks it is not illegal we should make it Clearly illegal!! mar

  9. arlene Says:

    This Pam, is the Photo i want to see , with hundreds of Horses , with the backdrop of the western skies,that would be the natural order of things how they are suppose to be………… i absolutely loved you reference to them as the Jewels of the west, awesome way to refer to them………………

  10. Lethie Says:

    Glad they decided not to spay the mares in WY. Still need to keep the information coming in and going out to try send our msg. loud and clear about trying to save our wild horses. I wish we would have a march on Wash DC on horses to prove our point. Wouldn’t that be neat to watch.


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