National Wild Horse Association
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During October 2010, five burros were killed or had to be euthanized due to vehicle accidents along state route 159 near Red Rock Canyon. Also recently several wild horses have been killed or had to be euthanized due to vehicle accidents in the Cold Creek area.

These senseless deaths are due to the fact that the public that loves them are loving them to death by feeding them, which is not only dangerous to the animals and people, but it is also against the law and you will be fined 500.00 if caught.

PLEASE help prevent these deaths to the animals we all love and want to continue to see alive and healthy by not feeding them and enjoy them from a safe distance. The following links have information on how to prevent any more injuries or deaths to our treasured wild horses and burros - please help spread the word and do your part to keep them wild and alive!

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The National Wild Horse Association is a registered non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization run completely by volunteers. The NWHA was established in 1971 when Congress passed the "Wild, Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act" with one important purpose in mind - insuring the welfare of wild horses and burros and their survival in an ecologically balanced environment on the open range.

 

The NWHA has over 30 years experience with wild horses and burros and the issues surrounding them and we strive to maintain good working relationships with various governmental agencies through co-operative agreements with the BLM.

 

In 2002 - 2003, the NWHA cared for and rehabilitated the gathered Red Rock Canyon Herd that was severely impacted by prolonged drought, we also assisted in adopting them out locally in 2004 when the range failed to recover.

 

 

Our Mission Statement -

 

"The mission of National Wild
Horse Association is to ensure the welfare of wild horses and burros and
their survival, in an ecologically balanced environment on the open range."

 

PRESERVATION OF THE BORN FREE

National Wild Horse

 Association

PO Box 12207

Las Vegas, NV 89112

702.452.5853

 

 


NWHA General Meetings are held at the BLM Field Office at 4701 N. Torrey Pines Las Vegas, NV 89130 (between Rancho and Lone Mountain) on the second Monday of every other month at 7:30 p.m.

Check out our Calendar of Events page to learn more about upcoming NWHA events, meetings, media events, adoptions, shows, and much more...

Join and support the National Wild Horse Association today. The horse you save may be your own!

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Spring Ride & Easter Egg Hunt cancelled.

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Important Information regarding Red Rock Burros and Cold Creek Horses

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Mustangs For Sale

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BLM Information Center

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BLM Gather Information and Reports

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Support the Wild Horse Prison Training Program

 

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-- Horse Power Web Site