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About the Image
Returning to an area after such a large and devastating helicopter removal is always nerve wracking, one never knows what to expect. Families get fractured, lives are lost and the land is void of the many wild lives who once survived here. Seeing this family after such a tragedy was beyond a sight for sore eyes. The lead stallion had two satellite stallions helping him keep the family together. One of the many side effects of round ups and removals is skewing the sex ratios leaving more stallions than mares. The Great Divide Basin has experienced this multiple times, leaving what horses are left quite en-rest. These horses, some of the most regal and wildest of the wild are currently being targeted by The Bureau of Land Management, whom have recently changed their plan for this area to zero out wild horses entirely, and radically reduce their numbers elsewhere. This tone and unruly precedence can not be set. Their absence would leave a scared wound on the landscapes of Wyoming.
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Each blanket is made from material that utilizes 24 recycled water bottles
Each pillow is made from material that utilizes 6 recycled water bottles
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