The latest news from the Pryor Mountains seems encouraging. According to Ginger Kathrens, the Bureau of Land Management recently made an informal indication that it will postpone the latest roundup of wild horses in the Pryors. Comments from the public, along with photographic evidence of the health of the horses and their habitat, have delayed the planned bait trapping and removal that had been scheduled to begin in late July.
While the Cloud Foundation is hopeful that the BLM will not remove any horses this year, you can continue to get the latest updates here on the Cloud Blog.
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