At Mesa Verde National Park, wild horses have become unwanted nuisance

At Mesa Verde National Park, wild horses are referred to as “trespass livestock.” They have trampled archaeological sites, damaged ice-making machines trying to get to water, and broken through fences meant to keep them out.

EPONA – Equine Protection of North America‘s insight:

We must, as advocates, support Parks that decide to keep Wild Horses intact.  If you are able to send them along a donation, please do.  They “belong” in this world, and our job is to keep them here!

See on www.denverpost.com

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