Hardly Any Wild Horses Left in Nevada Alleged
By Steven Long
HOUSTON, (Horseback) – An anonymous note was slipped to Horseback late Friday that has the ring of truth about it. The note alleges that a massive flyover of vast areas of Nevada revealed only 18 horses in the eastern part of the state and few in western sections. Huge numbers of truck tracks were observed indicating massive removal of animals from the land. The note reads:
“Just got off the telephone this morning. We have had Fly-overs, in particular BLM Public Lands, especially in Nevada — Our findings are startling. After logging 84 Hours of air-time in Nevada, for example, we found approximately 18 wild horses in the eastern section of Nev., and only a couple of dozen in the western section of this same state.
We used Operative Aerial Search and Recover meth
odds of flight standards. We also located many heavy-truck and many large trailer tire marks (a few trucks rather than just one or two trucks and trailers) around a couple of extremely remote lake beds and lakes, with large activity of loading/unloading or both being very active and within the past few months, and especially within the past few weeks (judgement call here from professional trackers).
This provides us with evidence, further evidence on the way here, that everything the BLM gives to the public, below, is false on this particular infor sheet! And their counts and assumptions are FALSE in TOTAL (as further evidence already available demonstrates).
We need a count of the storage corrals currently, and the horses being held within those corrals, as falsification of Government Documents is a Felony Offense. Also we need more ariel observations over the vast amount of Public Lands and of Wild Horse Herds currently available and counted — In reality, folks, there may be hardly any Wild Horses left on non-visible-to-the-public BLM land, as no one has done fly overs in years, other than BLM or DOI. We are currently in contact with government officials and law enforcement.”