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Permanent Sanctuary for Rescued BLM Burros. Please Help them get to Safety

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Thanks to an amazing group of people, 21 precious burros are going to a sanctuary, after being relocated FAR  from the land of their ancestors by a roundup.  The total for the BLM round up at Chibola/Trigo was 350 and 18 from Chocolate mule mountian otherwise known as Pala Verde round up.

21 of the Rescued Wild Burros will be going to CIRCLE RANCH, and 9 of them will be under the care of MARJORIE FARABEEof WILD BURRO PROTECTION LEAGUE at TODD MISSION RESCUE.   

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Hopefully we can add an extra 4 SA burros to TMR Group!

Photo ~ Carl Mrozek

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Photo ~ Carl Mrozek

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It has taken a Whole Village, including Deborah Hurley, Johnny Straitz, Christopher Gill, and Carl Mrozek,  to rescue these Precious Souls, at a total expense of $8,000.  Marjorie Farabee has taken the responsibility to raise the remaining $1,400 needed to bring these burros home. No matter how small a donation you can contribute, it all will help to make a giant difference in the life of one of these burros.

Please Click  { HERE } to contact Marjorie about making a Donation to help fund the Wild Burro Rescue Operation; or you may send a donation to Marjorie’s PayPal address at marjorief00@earthlink.net

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THE WILD BURROS JOURNEY TO THEIR FOREVER HOMES 

Photos Courtesy of Deborah Hurley

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Wild Burros Waiting in Temporary Holding

Wild Burros Waiting in Temporary Holding

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Down The Ramp to the Boat

Down The Ramp to the Boat

This barrier of Salt Cedar trees and thick reed plant blocks access to drink from the river almost everywhere along the river so BLM had a very good cover from viewers but behind this growth is a pen and a chute they drove the burros into the pen via chopper and then herded them down the second ramp to the boat.   It’s the silver boat that’s the barge; the yellow is contractors and BLM security wranglers ect. and then the two little white boats are BLM patrol security and overseerers.

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Speeding Away Down the River

Speeding Away Down the River

Speeding Away, Far away from the Home of their Ancestors after the Roundup.  Notice  that dense wall of reeds growing  that blocks the wildlife access to the river.

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"We're Keeping Calm"

“We’re Keeping Calm”

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Please Click  HERE } to contact Marjorie about making a Donation to help fund the Wild Burro Rescue Operation; or you may send a donation to Marjorie’s PayPal address at marjorief00@earthlink.net

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Blue Feather Spirit

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Posted on August 25, 2012, in ALERTS. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. The wild burros are becoming a rare site to see. Will there be any in the wild when my grandchildren want to see them? I hope so. In the meantime, we are going to try to preserve the genetics of these precious few who remain.

  2. Glad they are safe and going to a Permanent Sanctuary. I have a BLM burro and love her dearly.

  3. re: saving the nokota horses. finally a native american i wouldn’t mind embracing!

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