Friends Of A Legacy
Wild horses gather near the "double" reservoir on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, outside Cody, Wyo. Cody-based wild horse advocacy group Friends of a Legacy has partnered with the Bureau of Land Management and Marathon Oil Co., to build reservoirs on the 110,000-acre piece of BLM land, ensuring the …
CODY, Wyo. — A black mustang shook its nose while lumbering along the edge of a fence outside town.
POWELL, Wyo. — Some people enjoy horsing around, especially when it entails McCullough Peaks wild horses.
Friends of a Legacy received a $10,000 grant from the Flying V Donor Advised Fund held by the Wyoming Community Foundation.
For years, water runoff from an oil field moistened Dry Creek, providing water for wild horses, livestock and wildlife in Wyoming’s McCullough Peaks.
CODY, Wyo. — Strand by strand, the Bureau of Land Management and a team of volunteers representing various wildlife groups are working to improve fencing throughout the Bighorn Basin.
Neil Miller from the Meadowlark Audubon Society and Randy Leisey, executive director of Friends of a Legacy, make improvements to a Bighorn Basin fence recently to benefit wildlife.