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An Act Of Congress
"Congress finds and declares that wild free-roaming horses and burros are living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West; (and) that they contribute to the diversity of life forms within the Nation and enrich the lives of the American people ..."
(Public Law 92-195, December 15, 1971)

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Internet Adoption Program:

Online Adoption Gallery How to Adopt From the Internet Requirements Log into Adoption System
Phone: 1-800-370-3936 BLM_ES_Inet_Adoption@blm.gov

National WHB Adoption Program:

National WHB Web Page National Adoption Schedule BLM WHB Directory BLM Holding Facililties Herd Management Area Descriptions

Mailing Address:

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT EASTERN STATES OFFICE ATTN: WILD HORSE AND BURRO PROGRAM (DEB ALLEN) 20 M ST, SE, SUITE 950 WASHINGTON DC 20003-3503 Phone: 800-370-3936 Fax: 202-912-7798 BLM_ES_Inet_Adoption@blm.gov

The February Internet Adoption/Sale Has Ended

PICK UP CHANGES:

 

  • Gainesville, GA (Apr 13) (was Cartersville, GA, Apr 27).
  • Lima, OH (May 4) (was Millersburg, OH,May 18).
  • Added:  Gallman, MS (May 18).

 

The February Internet Adoption/Sale has ended.  Please view the high bids online.

 

Starting in April, the Internet site will move to a brand new system.  The web address will be posted as soon as it is available.

The next Internet event is April 3-17.  Optional Eastern pick ups are Ewing, IL (by appt) and Waterloo, IA (June 15).

 

The following Internet event is May 22 - June 5.  Optional Eastern pick up is Ewing, IL (by appt) and Waynesville, NC (July 13) and Annville, PA (July 19). 

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WHB Internet System - ATTN: Adopt-A-Horse Users!

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is excited to launch a new “Wild Horse and Burro Online Corral” system in the near future, allowing prospective adopters or purchasers greater access to America’s wild horses and burros and providing improved customer service to the public.   

The Online Corral will sport a more streamlined look and feel, while offering a host of new features and abilities to the users, including new filtering options to make it easier to find your desired animal, as well as a new online application process. 

The first event on the new site is tentatively scheduled to occur in March 2018, but applications to adopt or purchase a wild horse or burro may be accepted any time after the site has launched.  The BLM encourages all prospective wild horse or burro owners to check back in the coming months in order to submit applications in advance of the first event.

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How to Read a Freezemark & Signalment Key

Click on "read more" to see how to decode a freezemark and signalment key.

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Pick up in Ewing, IL and at Satellite Adoptions

Pick up in Ewing, IL and at Satellite Adoptions

This is the new procedure for picking up in Ewing, IL and for Satellite Adoptions:

If you are picking up at a satellite adoption, you can only make a change, to the pick up location, once. 

In Ewing, IL, you will have a maximum of 30 days to pick up your animal(s) once you are notified that they have arrived.  If they are not picked up within 30 days, you will be charged $5 per day, for each day thereafter.  If your animal(s) are not picked up within 45 days of their arrival in Ewing, IL, they will be released back into the adoption program, and your deposit will be forfeited.

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