Reining in mustang population

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Reining in mustang population

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A 2-year-old colt, in a group with two other bachelors, grazes close to a family band, seen in the background, in early March. There are about a dozen bands in Spring Creek Basin.
The Cattoor Livestock helicopter pilot pens a band of pintos during the 2007 Spring Creek Basin roundup. The horses are run into Spring Creek canyon, and near the pens, a domestic “Judas horse” is released to lead the mustangs into the trap.
A mare, right, and her yearling colt show their bond in Spring Creek Basin. Wild horses develop close family bonds, which affect all facets of their behavior.
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A mustang advocacy group and the Bureau of Land Management have scheduled informational and opinion-gathering meetings this month about the planned roundup in September of wild horses in Spring Creek Basin north of Dove Creek.
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Reining in mustang population

A 2-year-old colt, in a group with two other bachelors, grazes close to a family band, seen in the background, in early March. There are about a dozen bands in Spring Creek Basin.
The Cattoor Livestock helicopter pilot pens a band of pintos during the 2007 Spring Creek Basin roundup. The horses are run into Spring Creek canyon, and near the pens, a domestic “Judas horse” is released to lead the mustangs into the trap.
A mare, right, and her yearling colt show their bond in Spring Creek Basin. Wild horses develop close family bonds, which affect all facets of their behavior.
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