Dan Frosch, reporting for the New York Times:
Despite deep differences on how the animals should be managed, both sides agree on one thing: The situation has reached a tipping point.
These days, the temporary holding facilities and long-term pastures where many wild horses end up are nearing capacity or full. And the cost of caring for them has ballooned over the past decade.
Think about this problem. Now multiply it by hundreds, perhaps thousands of species. That’s where we’re headed.