June 23, 2019
A herd of wild burros near Oatman. (Photo by Ken Lund, cc-by-sa-2.0, https://bit.ly/2IuXRdg)
Stories this photo appears in:
Susan McAlpine of Kingman, a member of the Wild Horse and Burro National Advisory Board in Washington D.C., is praising a pilot program that delivers birth control vaccines to wild burros and horses that threaten to over-run their range.
Burros are few in numbers, slow to produce: BLM issues “fake” data on burro “over-population?” Sounds par for course under this White House Administration. VOTE them OUT in 2020.
Mohave County Board of Supervisors Chair Hildy Angius is understandably alarmed by BLM’s data on wild-horse-and-burro population growth.
The issue of overpopulation of burros in the Black Mountain herd management area is nothing new, but it has come up again in recent weeks by Mohave County Board of Supervisors’ Chairman Hildy Angius during one of the board’s regular meetings.