||WILD HORSE AND BURRO PRESERVATION - OUR HISTORY
WFLF established its WILD EQUINE INDIGENOUS HERITAGE AND CONSERVATION PROGRAM
as part of our commitment to the preservation and protection of America’s Wild Horses, and Native Burros. WFLF's preservation program promotes ethical and sustainable ecological values and healthy nonlethal conservation practices for the protection and preservation of threatened and endangered wild equines from extinction.
Our WILD EQUINE INDIGENOUS HERITAGE AND CONSERVATION PROGRAM was founded through the culmination of three highly successful WFLF wild equine missions; 1) WFLF's Navajo Horse Rescue and Recovery Mission (NHRRM), which served to address and provide for the urgent needs of at risk wild horses andburros found in life threatening situations due to the Navajo Nation roundups, and; 2) The WFLF Monero MUSTANG RESCUE MISSION which was founded early in 2014, to save and place approximately one hundred and fifty wild horses that had become stranded in feed lots and in grave risk of slaughter, and; 3) WFLF's Wild Burro Rescue and Recovery Mission which was established to address and provide for the urgent needs of at risk wild burros found in life threatening situations due to roundups. To date WFLF has rescued, evacuated and provided lifesaving placement and provisions for approximately two hundred fifty American Mustangs and Burros who've lost their Native range-land homes and narrowly escaped slaughter, including pregnant and nursing equines, and orphan foals.
Fundamental to the core of Wild For Life Foundation’s animal rescue and sanctuary mission is our commitment to assure a forever safe haven home/ environment for each and every animal that comes into ourprogram. WFLF has additionally accepted approximately seventy five of these Wild Mustangs into its wild horse Sanctuary program where these refugee equines will receive the primary care they need including urgent veterinary medical care, quality housing and farrier care, and nutritional food, and the assurance of safe harbor so they will never be at risk of round up or slaughter again.
There is no minimum amount for contributions made directly to the Wild for Life Foundation to help support this lifesaving program
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Donations to the Wild for Life Foundation are tax deductible to the full extent permitted by law. Federal ID No. 26-3052458
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