Wildlife Protection Management

Mar 30

Mustang Love and COVID-19: The Unexpected Consequences

America is now two weeks into the COVID-19 pandemic, confined to our homes and either working remotely or furloughed until this mess passes. Some businesses remain on the job: those enabled by technology and front-line workers in healthcare, law enforcement, supermarkets, trucking, banking, and – I  can’t believe I am saying this – accountants. God … Continued

Feb 25

A Native American Perspective on the Need to Manage the Wild Horse Population

In a perfect world, there would be enough land, forage, and water for all creatures to flourish. The world is not perfect and the population of free-roaming horses is growing at an unsustainable pace, outstripping resources and efforts to reach manageable numbers. The consequences can be dire. In May 2018, close to 200 wild horses … Continued

Feb 06

Wild Horses Aren’t the Only Species that Can Be Controlled with High-Tech Management

Population challenges aren’t limited to America’s free-roaming horses. Other species around the world pose similar issues that could be addressed by WPM’s humane and effective Remote Wildlife Vaccine Delivery System. Already, we’ve been approached to explore how our technology applies to these species: Deer in Urban Areas.  It’s estimated there are up to 500,000 deer … Continued

Jan 31

How to Manage Mustangs: Hands Off, No Stress, No Fear

As the debate rages on how best to manage the growing population of America’s wild horses, it’s difficult to imagine there being one solution that will satisfy everyone. We may be running out of time. The pressure to find a solution is growing exponentially. In December, the federal government appropriated an additional $21 million for … Continued

Jan 28

Smart RFID Technology = A Humane, Effective Solution for Managing Wild and Feral Animal Populations

Population management strategies for America’s wild horses have traditionally relied on helicopter-enabled roundups, holding pens, and the delivery of contraceptives or sterilization surgeries to individual animals while restrained. It’s an approach that is stressful to the animals, costly, and with results that are nearly impossible to track, let alone measure. There are reasons these practices … Continued

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