A Note From Andrea Maki, Wild Love Founder
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WILD LOVE - To Protect and Preserve™
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From May 24, 2016 - Watch The Balancing Act Of The Challis Wild Horses, KPVI NBC News Idaho.
“To see them be able to be who they are, with no strings attached, I just find that it’s really, really important. And they are so happy being who they are, and we are able to set a precedent of creating a wild expanse right here at home.” -Andrea Maki
My heart. Wild hearts. Remembering this special happening on the wild side from Father’s Day 2015, which will be forever treasured, and my dad captured it on film. Love lives here. -Andrea Maki
Photo ©2015 Robert Maki
Friends - We've just launched this Wild Love T-shirt fundraising campaign that runs thru June 28. Whether for you or as a gift, we invite you to purchase a Wild Love T-shirt + help us keep wild horses wild on their native turf. Choose from 2 designs in 3 colors. Ladies and Unisex styles available. Youth sizes available in Navy and Grey Unisex T.
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Throwback Tuesday to 2016, and more relevant with each passing day.
- Andrea Maki, November 2016
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Idaho Gives + 24 Hrs of Giving Starts Now!
IDAHO GIVES kicks off now + you can participate from wherever you are on planet Earth! Please join us for this special 24 hours of giving to support the preservation of Idaho’s wild horses on native turf + respective wild places as an interconnected whole. Visit our campaign page here:
Donations + sponsorships of all kinds, including check by mail + wire transfers, count towards our fundraising efforts. So, in addition to donating directly on our Idaho Gives page, here are more options:
BIG LOVE + BIG THANKS FOR YOUR KINDNESS + SUPPORT!
Andrea Maki + Team Wild Love
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- Andrea Maki, Founder, 2010
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See WLP focal points below. Learn more about our collaborative range-work at Wild Wilds.
• Success requires fluid co-existence between stakeholders, vested interest by the region, community engagement and benefit.
• Humane, fiscally responsible, sustainable population management, Native PZP-1YR.
• Nurture the legacy of western wild horses in conjunction with all indigenous wildlife species within this unique ecosystem on our public lands.
• Fluid co-existence with livestock where applicable.
• Support a healthy, genetically viable native herd and ecosystem, in a lasting manner for future generations to equally experience, nurture, treasure.
Learn more about the mission of Wild Love Preserve.
IDAHO BLM SETS HEARING ON USE OF HELICOPTERS, MOTORIZED VEHICLES FOR WILD HORSE MANAGEMENT, CHALLIS HERD
For the last 9 years Wild Love Preserve has worked to protect and humanely manage the Challis wild horses. Thank you in advance for sharing comments in support of Wild Love Preserve’s collaborative work on the Challis HMA and our population management program implementing Native PZP-1YR, which commenced following the 2012 Challis BLM Helicopter Roundup, as a humane and responsible solution to wild horse management on public lands, versus helicopter roundups and removals at taxpayer expense. Wild Love Preserve's wild horse conservation programs, on and off the range, have saved taxpayers over $7.5 million dollars since 2013. Watch Wild Love Preserve's narrated video story.
In 2012 Wild Love Preserve received grants from the ASPCA and the Vitalogy Foundation for five WLP volunteers to train at the Science and Conservation Center and receive EPA required certification to remotely deliver Native PZP-1YR in the field. In 2016, WLP founder, Andrea Maki, orchestrated and helped in teaching The Science and Conservation Center’s PZP training course for Idaho BLM employees from Idaho’s six Herd Management Areas, along with WLP partners at the Youth Employment Program of Idaho.
For information about Wild Love Preserve’s work on the Challis HMA, and all 6 herd management areas in Idaho, which includes explanation of Native PZP-1YR, visit: Wild Wilds
1) Allocate more resources to fund and implement Wild Love Preserve's 5-year cooperative agreement with the BLM, which engages stakeholders, youth programs, and benefits the community.
2) Wild Love Preserve has demonstrated, via our programs and boots-on-the-ground implementation, that coexistence, humane treatment and sustainable management, protecting wild lives and indigenous habitats, and saving tax dollars, all work together within our multi-faceted model. WLP programs have saved American taxpayers over $7.5 million dollars since 2013.
3) Wild Love Preserve's inclusive conservation efforts offer a viable option to government helicopter roundups and removals, integrating total range health, collective harmony, balanced co-existence with indigenous wildlife, and livestock where applicable. The Native PZP-1YR fertility vaccine, which has proven safe and effective for over 25 years, is a key component of our multi-faceted conservation program. Educating stakeholders and the public to alternative options in collectively managing wild horse populations on native turf, by way of demonstration and implementation, serves to benefit other wild horse regions in western states, stakeholders, surrounding communities, and taxpayers.
4) Implement bait trap gather with hay, water or mineral blocks, in conjunction with PZP fertility program.
Thank you for your kindness, time, and support, and for being considerate in your comments to the Idaho BLM.
Sincerely, Andrea Maki, Founder
-Andrea Maki, Founder
Spring has arrived and we’re sharing the March-April 2019 issue of Pet Connection Magazine featuring a story about Wild Love Preserve and our work in saving Idaho's wild horses on their native turf by bringing stakeholders together to work collaboratively on behalf of our collective whole. This greater Seattle area publication is available online + in print. To read “Hope and Heroism For America’s Wild Horses,” click here: bit.ly/pet-connect-mag-wild-love
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Together, we keep the wild, wild.