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We tell their stories so people truly understand that these horses are worth protecting. If you have time to donate we can use help. If you have talent maybe we can use that too. If you have the ability to help financially, we always need help in that area too. We provide birth control to our mares to reduce the re
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Wild horses live in 'Bands." A lead stallion will earn one or more mares and his job is protection. Unlike domestic horses the stallion is very much involved in the care and training of the foals in his band.
Our wild ones face a daily struggle to remain free and wild. There are over 60,000 horses who lost their fight to remain free and now sit in government holding pens. Every voice counts, every email matters, and there is always something YOU can do to help our wild ones remain free on their range.
We have a wonderful group of photographers, who allow people around the world to get to know our local wild horses. They do an amazing job at capturing the personalities, situations, and the importance of family and range relationships.. More pictures can be found and purchased on their websites. Follow our stories on Facebook.
Check out this video.
Check out this great video by John T Humphrey
Check out this great video
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P.O. Box 2843, Gardnerville, NV 89410
PNWHA is a 501(c)3 non profit. Tax ID 46-5358266. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Thanks to your donations any horses removed from the Fish Springs Range in the Pine Nut Mountains of Nevada have been purchased from BLM and placed in two wonderful sanctuaries. Skydog and Freedom Reigns have helped us keep our wild horse families together.