Photo Of The Week – 8/17/11

August 16, 2011

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This is Bolder’s band (last year) from the Pryor Mountains of Montana enjoying the early morning. It’s not a particularly beautiful image, but it “feels” peaceful to me.

From The Cloud Foundation, The BLM Billings Field Office mailed a Scoping Letter to interested parties on July 28th, stating their intent to reach an “Appropriate” Management Level (AML) of 90-120 adult wild horses, one year of age and older in the Pryor Mountains. If they carry out this plan 45 to as many as 75 horses would be removed in 2012. Please write a factual letter to the BLM using some of the information at the following link: Pryor Facts for Scoping Input 2011. Letters need to be postmarked to the BLM by August 30th. No e-mails will be accepted. Letters can be addressed to:

Jim Sparks, Field Manager
BLM Billings Field Office
5001 Southgate Drive
Billings, MT 59101

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5 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 8/17/11”

  1. arlene Says:

    This is what we all want for all our mustangs just this beautiful peace a s serenity, I pray we will very soon give this to them……………..This is what they deserve…………Just this peace………………………….

  2. Debbie Says:

    Watching the babies sleep, yes peaceful.

  3. Kim Michels Says:

    Thanks for posting the info on Cloud’s herd. I WILL send a letter in.

  4. Cynthia Says:

    ~ oh my… is that one leg over the tummy? so sweet… thank you, Pam. this IS a beautiful image…

  5. Maggie Frazier Says:

    Thanks Pam for the info on Pryor Mtn herd.
    The BLM not allowing emails is so wrong – hope lots of people
    take the time to actually write letters.

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