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BLM selects three new members for the National Wild Horse Advisory Board



  • Cindi 6 years ago

    Need to object to Gary Zakotnik, he should not have any financial ties or biased interests (i.e., grazing leases) to the organization. In any professional organization, these ties are not allowed, at all. Speaks to the corruption already existing in the BLM.

  • Cheryl Hanna Pet Rescue Examiner 6 years ago

    I also take exception to Gary Zakotnik. How can he be objective? I do hope the advisory board acts in the best interests of the horses instead of certain lobbying and self interest groups as shown in the past.

  • PJ 6 years ago

    And, what exactly are Mr. Harvey's credentials for the Humane Advocacy position?

  • Observer 6 years ago

    And what does Mr. Durbin know about wildlife management? Any real world experience, coursework, anything? Or just a hunter who appreciates the public lands so he can go hunting and fishing? What does that have to do with managing wildlife, determining carrying capacity of the lands, evaluating health of the resources, etc...The advisory board is useless.

  • Suzanne Moore 6 years ago

    Good grief! THIS is a new direction? Where are the wild horse friendly people that were supposed to - finally! - be on this Board? This IS National WILD HORSE and BURRO Advisory Board, right? So what's with the ranchers, Big Horn Sheep hunters, etc.?

    Looks like the same-old-same-old to me.

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