NMACO is currently engaged with the National Park Service for the placement and adoption of the Mesa Verde Wild horses.
Our mission is to preserve and protect horses in the wild and to promote conscious and humane herd management.
NMACO has been instrumental in the successful management of the Spring Creek Basin HMA for over 20 years. Our partnership with the BLM has created a stable herd population and improved range conditions.
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Please join us in support of this once-in-a-lifetime project to secure safe and appropriate homes for the 60+ wild mustangs of Mesa Verde.
Colorado Herd Areas
Horses have lived in the canyons and mesas of Mess Verde National Park mesas for hundreds of years, long before it became a national park. Some historians believe that the Mesa Verde horses trace back to the original Spanish horses of the exploring conquistadors.
The Sand Wash Basin HMA is in northwest Colorado, about 45 miles west of Craig.
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