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PostMon Apr 29, 2024 6:34 pm 
while not really the north west it is still something to keep. although there were no native horses to north america the ones that are here are descendents of the spanish mustangs that got loose during that countries conquest of central and south america.... https://dailymontanan.com/2024/04/29/wild-horses-to-stay-in-national-park-management-plan-needed-advocate-says/

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PostTue Apr 30, 2024 7:54 am 
Not everyone agrees with that opinion, considering it is a monstrous, and never-ending expense for the U.S. taxpayer to maintain a herd of non-indigenous animals in a National Park But then, as with the State of Florida, Theodore Roosevelt National Park has no shortage of problems to deal with.

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PostTue Apr 30, 2024 7:16 pm 
https://www.monolake.org/today/wild-horses-further-impact-south-tufa-at-mono-lake/

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PostTue Apr 30, 2024 7:35 pm 
Sounds like an adequate food source to assist a growing condor population.

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PostFri May 03, 2024 4:54 pm 
Well, you simply enter the Extreme Mustang Makeover, get a wild one at a BLM facility, and have it ready to compete in 100 days. I think they are auctioned off after the event. Here's a horse doing the freestyle competition.
Here's a kind of day by day example for 120 days.

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