Sacramento Rally

This bird kept flying over our heads in Sacramento

Did a quick article on the Sacramento Rally this past weekend.

http://www.examiner.com/horse-in-national/public-voices-for-wild-horses

Haven’t had time to publish anything there for a bit so let me know if the article comes up.

Heading out the door… Silver King video will be up in another day or so… researching, researching, researching…

We will NOT go away.

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17 thoughts on “Sacramento Rally

  1. Mar Wargo says:

    Broad wing hawk… dark phase? Take care out there. mar

  2. sandra longley says:

    could be a predator drone..??????? can’t be too careful,, the friendly skies, not so friendly these days

  3. Mar Wargo says:

    Working fine… nice slide show. Is that Gordan Cowan without a horse?

    Some people spoke I recognize. Thanks, Laura. mar

  4. Anna says:

    thanks for the slide show; was good of you to intermittendly include pix of the Mustangs in the slide show

    because after all: The Mustangs and Burros are the “Cause !
    (i will forward your slide show to Palomino; HoneyBandit rescuer; who found the foal in a bad state at Litchfield; Ca.

    What do you want us to do with all of the mustang abuse videos? my comment is: Send the videos to congress asap
    just contact your own Rep. and 2 senators and “email away!

  5. Anna says:

    comment: notice in the pix of the Hawk how there are “5 predominant feathers at the tips of each wing?

    this represents the “5 fingers of the hands of man and other species;
    signifying we are all from the same original natural source!

    Man is neither above nor beneath; man is equal to other species; no species is above another species; all are equal…

    Each species of Life deserves: Respect and a long life; imo!

  6. Anna says:

    I look forward to the Silver King Video to send to my Rep. ! A.

  7. Jetara Tara says:

    Article is up, TY!

    I watched him soar above us, he was huge and determined.. unafraid..he soared.

    Some wisdom in hawk Medicine: calls for us to c the big picture, take note of fine details, to swoop down and attack, but remember to lift up and circle the big picture~::

    What a sight to behold and gift to meet beautiful u and others who r stndng strongly and wrkng so hard w all they hv to sv our wild horses. A movement is building..thunder rising~

    One more thng about hawk.. precision focus, fierce devotion..and success thru righteous persistance~:

    Through righteous peristance victory will come…blessings ur way~:

  8. Anna says:

    concerning the Hawk: the Dog the Cat; the Mustang etc.

    1. a Hawk has a telescopic type of vision which can see details @ degree of 250x that which the average person can see…

    so a Hawk’s eyesight is 250x greater magnification than man
    2. A Dog can smell scents at rate of 100,000x better than man
    3. A Cat can smell scents at rate of 10,000x better than man

    4. A wild mustang can pick of the scent of a Mare in heat from Ten Miles away ! (source: PBS special…
    so i guess some species are above man in some ways !\

    imagine having eyesight 250x greater than we do as the Hawk does; this is accomplished through thousands of years of Hawks and Eagles catching Fish which is high in Vitamin A; esp. the Fish Livers; which contain both Vit. A and Vitamin D

    Vitamin A is the no. 1 essential nutrients for eyesight in species of life on earth; and fish oil is the no. of source of Vit.A so this is why hawks and eagles can see so well…imo A.

  9. Anna says:

    BLM Announces Media Tour of Two Long-Term Wild Horse Holding Pastures in Midwest
    The Bureau of Land Management announced today that it is hosting an all-day tour for credentialed media of two long-term holding pastures in the Midwest. The tour will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 9, at wild horse holding ranches in Pawhuska and Foraker, Oklahoma, both located within two hours of Tulsa.
    The BLM estimates that approximately 38,400 wild horses and burros are roaming on BLM-managed rangelands in 10 Western states, based on the latest data available. Wild horses and burros have virtually no natural predators and their herd sizes can double about every four years. As a result, the agency must remove thousands of animals from the range each year to control herd sizes.
    Off the range, there are 37,800 other wild horses and burros that are fed and cared for at 19 short-term corrals and 16 long-term pastures. (As of October 2010, there are approximately 11,400 in corrals and 26,400 in Midwestern pastures.) All wild horses and burros in holding, like those roaming the public rangelands, are protected by the BLM under the 1971 Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act.
    BLM staff will meet credentialed media at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 9, in the lobby of the Hilton Garden Inn Tulsa Airport, 7728 E. Virgin Court, Tulsa, Oklahoma (phone number: 918-838-1444). It will take about an hour and a half to drive from the hotel to the first of two long-term pastures. BLM staff will escort media representatives to the ranches; ranch owners have declined to be interviewed.
    To RSVP, please e-mail Debbie Collins at Debbie_Collins@blm.gov or call her at 405-790-1056. Responses by Friday, Nov. 5, would be appreciated

  10. Anna says:

    comment: the BLm says 38,400 wild equine are “at large; roaming the nation…trampling down the vineyard grasses

    I doubt that very much; the blm just rounded up about 24,000 of them for Cripes sake; I would guesstimate there are only about 20,000 or so wild equine on public lands and FAR LESS BURROS than one could possibly fathom…

    why? why do they do this? are they getting kickbacks from the roundup companies
    does cattoor meet the blm and slip them envelopes of cash

    who pockets the money for each mustang sold? “Crooks !

  11. LOUIE COCROFT says:

    Any other Patsy Cline fans here? Here’s an old one with Patsy and Willie. Willie is on our side and you can bet Patsy is too. This is an old gospel

  12. Anna says:

    http://newsok.com/healing-animals-needs-to-be-vet-schools-focus/article/3351178?custom_click=headlines_widget

    Madeline Pickens did not donate to the school this year; (because the school is not humane to some critters);
    Oklahoma State university is Mr. Pickens “alma mata…fyi…aw

  13. Anna says:

    http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en.html

    scroll page until you see this:

    Proposal from Madeleine Pickens for Wild Horse Ecosanctuary (under review by the BLM)

    there is also the update for the long term holding on pg.

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