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Video Interview with CAL-STATE Univ. Students at Wild Horse Fire Brigade

Greetings Everyone!
There is no substitute for learning about wild horses via an immersion course of field study among wild horses by living among them in their wilderness habitat. We call it the ‘Goodall Method’ in honor of Dr. Jane Goodall who pioneered close-observational study of wildlife.

Through a 5-year contract with California State University, Sacramento, Wild Horse Fire Brigade (a 501-c-3 nonprofit) is providing the world’s first onsite Fellowship field study program, that provides qualified university students with a field study of the behavioral ecology and ethology of free-roaming naturally-living wild horses in the wilderness.

Our all-volunteer nonprofit is funding all costs associated with this new learning program, so there is ZERO cost to students or CAL-STATE University. The generosity of our donors funds this program as well as our other programs that provide numerous public benefits.

Here are some social media links to the new Video interview (#2) with our university students – Sharing Is Caring for our American Wild Horses.
On Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/OfficialWHFB/videos/1076021813711949/
On YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzbQgxddDAs
On Twitter:https://twitter.com/OfficialWHFB/status/1744841960228065611
On Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/OfficialWHFB/

Please consider a generous Donation to support our work, research and educational programs! 
Our nonprofit funds all costs for our wild horse Fellowship program using some of our donations. And we can only do what our budget allows!  We use donations effectively!

THIS LINK takes you to our webpage where you can make a donation:  


Cheers!  Willliam

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