Idaho and all Wild Hearts love and appreciate Idaho wild horses and the indigenous wildlands they call home. In motion since 2010, Project Wild Love Preserve's work with the Challis Herd focuses on collaborative conservation of native wild horse population(s) on our public rangelands in a humane, non-lethal, inclusive manner that nurtures the total health and balance of respective indigenous ecosystems. By accounting for all facets of wild horse preservation on home turf, we currently work to serve the well-being of 330+ native wild horses - from the 200+ roaming free on the Challis Herd Management Area (HMA) to our adopted 130 Challis, Idaho wild horses as result of the 2012 Helicopter Roundup of the Challis HMA. By design, our adopted WLP Wilds have been removed from the taxpayer system and will remain wild and forever together on WLP private wild expanse on home turf in Central Idaho. WLP's model in co-existence offers a viable, fluid, all-inclusive option to existing federally funded helicopter roundups and removals of native wild horses, and by design serves to benefit the wild, community, surrounding region and state of Idaho. In addition to the Challis HMA, Wild Love Preserve advocates and works with the Idaho Bureau of Land Management (BLM) regarding all six wild horse HMAs in Idaho state.
Thank you for joining with us in this Wild American Legacy Project. That which we collectively do today, carries on for countless generations to come.