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Can we please stop calling wild horses invasive?

As we have said before here on Habitat for Horses, cattle are the invasive species NOT horses. Horses biology developed here for a very long time before cattle every roamed the West. Anytime someone in the news uses the word “invasive species” when speaking of wild horses, please source the article below in your comments. Full Article

Is this the future of the American Mustang?

By 1900 the population of wild mustangs roaming the United States had dropped down to 2 million. You may think that is a sizable number – and it is ...Full Article

First horses arose 4 million years ago

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 The humble horse has ...Full Article

Please don’t tell the BLM about this….

June 1, 2013 – Jerry Finch According to Colorado’s 9News, the world’s only truly wild horse, the Przewalski, had a foal while residing at the Denver zoo. “Under the watchful ...Full Article