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"This will severely effect the traditional and customary uses of all these acquired lands, and will ultimately affect all recreational sports, especially hunting." From: William E. Simpson | http://www.myoutdoorbuddy.com The BLM intends to double the size of the current 66,000 acre Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument by securing an...

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"The annual event is an effort to control the area's feral pony population." By Kristin Hugo | Nation Geographic The muscular, chocolate-colored pony with a white blaze and a long, blonde mane gives a side-eye to the other stallions. He arches his neck and paws the dirt...

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“Horses and all nonhuman animals are entitled to interaction technologies that enrich rather than exploit,” By Anthony Cuthbertson | Newsweek Efforts to understand the language of animals using technology have ranged from a promising dolphin translation tool to the absurd WhatsYapp dog collar. Now...

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"New research by European scientists has revealed that horses do, in fact, try to intentionally communicate with us to achieve certain goals." From: Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | The Horse “Hey! See that bucket of feed over there? Yeah, that one. Can you grab that for me, please?...

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Horses were domesticated more than 5,000 years ago and have been deeply connected to humans ever since. In The Horse: The Epic History Of Our Noble Companion, Wendy Williams harnesses a lifetime in the saddle to explore our ancient relationship with the horse, from the...

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The oldest full genome sequence, recovered from ancient horse bone, pushes back equine origins by 2 million years. Erika Check Hayden, June 26, 2013, Nature [caption id="attachment_20011" align="alignright" width="300"] The Przewalski’s horse, recently brought back from the brink of extinction in Mongolia, is truly the last remaining...