Thank you for your donation!
You can also mail a check direct to the Pine Nut Wild Horse Advocates.
Donations can be mailed to:
PO Box 2843
Gardnerville, NV 8941
We work together with BLM to administer humane PZP fertility control to reduce the reproduction rate and prevent Fish Springs wild horses from being rounded up and removed from the range they have historically roamed on.
We provide public education to ensure wild horses are not enticed into neighborhoods and roadways with illegal water and feed.
We haul water to the wild horses on the Fish Spring Range daily to large capacity water tanks a distance from homes, but on a main jeep trail. Even though there are seasonal ponds, creeks and springs back in the hills, the tanks are visible to local residents. This provides assurances the residents do not need to provide water at their back yard. Residents luring wild horses near homes with water sources or feed is illegal—and is historically the number one reason the wild horses would be drawn near homes and streets. Illegal water and feed is the #1 cause of complaints which resulted in bands being rounded up and removed. The cooperation of our local residents is vital in keeping wild horses away from homes and reducing complaints and roundups or trapping by BLM.
We work together with BLM to find suitable adopters for horses which must be removed. We haul the horses from the BLM facility to a trainer who specializes in wild horse gentling. We pay for the initial training to give the horse a great start in their new life with humans.
If you have any questions on how we administer PZP, hauling water, or wish to volunteer please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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.