WILD HORSE STATISTICS

Year by year, and side by side documentation of wild horse and burro population statistics from a multitude of government sources (BLM, Public Land Statistics, etc) and other means of ‘verifiable’ gathering of information in relation to the WHB – Wild Horse and Burro HMA’s in America.

Go directly to all government sites to do it yourself (extremely time consuming), or get Full copies of PDF’s, & select portions of the full PLS, already separated and connected year by year in the links below. Most are in both PDF and images, take your pick by scrolling sideways after you click the link.

Use the stats to build your spreadsheets.

PUBLIC LAND STATISTICS – PLS

NOTES:  It’s noticed that in 2011, they stopped calling them removals and adoptions, and now they are separate categories.  In 2016 they added a new category ‘SALES’ and in 2020 a category ‘TRANSFERS.’

Noticed in the full HA-HMA PDF’s how they often add multiple blank pages so you miss the very small stats with total estimates on one specific page, all by themselves. Pay attention – Deceptive strategy by BLM. I may remove blank pages in the images, but they will remain ‘as is’ in the full PDF records.

If you notice any errors (wrong links, etc), let me know in the comments. Mistakes happen.

HINT: In Full PDF version / Table 3 = Grazing info / Table 5 = WHB info

? = not linked yet

This is the full records as were gatherable online.


YEARLY STATISTICS COMBINED 2021-1996

Records before 1996 were not located. If you have info from these years, contact me in comments. located (found, but not downloaded and part of this data records yet: archive.org

Click links for files : Full year by year PDF, select sections , and individual images to download


STATISTICS SEPARATED BY YEAR

2022        

2021       Not published yet

         

2020 




2017 


2016  


2015  


2014


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2012


2011 


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1996 


1995-1896         No records located at https://archive.org/details/blmlibrary

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  1. I would love to take a moment to THANK YOU❤️🙏😇🐴🥰
    You have been working very hard for a long time and your information gathered and shared should now give a much CLEARER picture as to what goes on behind our backs and many people not knowing that this is even happening right now.
    I am as heart broken as you and many, many others. I will do all that I can to STOP all of this.
    Horses and Burros are here to help us in so, so, many ways. They are strong, beautiful, loyal, loving, rock hard family members that bond for life. They are a GIFT to US and with RESPECT and LOVING CARE, they want to help us.
    To all of the people that read all of these statistics and look at the beautiful pictures that Jennifer has put together, PLEASE SHARE THIS TO THE WHOLE WORLD🙏❤️😇🐴💜 and THANK YOU again Jennifer🥰

  2. As I’m sure you’re aware, within blm.gov there are layers of data, regarding rangeland conditions(water, forage etc), grazing impacts, grazing allotments, WH&B populations, O&G leases etc…

    In the course of months, I have become semi-pro at ferreting-out these sources…

    The link from arcgis.com is a site for overlaying these sources to create impact maps. I’m not aware of any efforts within BLM to develop capabilities like these… I am aware that some fire-fighting authorities use mapping capabilities like this in fighting wildfires.

    I’m wondering if we could work together to pull together layers of HMA data over a number of years to display the impact of BLM policies on rangeland health.

    I’d like to open a discussion of how to do this given our collective expertise?

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