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Bureau of land management is the government agency that takes care of land that needs to be protected They buy lands and protect lands and wild lives In the article called BLM wild-horse round up in Nevada to resume it does not sound BLM does not do what they have to do The article is about the land that could not provide enough food and water for wild horse Wild horse population increased very quick and during June and July because wild horses mate and give birth to their child For this issue BLM decided to round up number of wild horse However this solution brought many issues to people and environment People blame BLM because BLM spend a lot of money for this process but they could not get any good conclusion from this issue Therefore I want to talk about why this solution is wrong for wild horse and what other strategies we could think about for wild horseThe first strategy that I want to talk about is the way that people remove wild horse from the land The land that protected by Bureau of Land management could not enter any device that could be harmful to animals and plants in these areas However BLM uses the way that they prohibited and aggressive way to remove wild horses BLM used helicopter to remove wild horse and it is very stressful to wild horse and it is not good way to wild environment too Helicopter has annoying sound that even human cannot bear Therefore it could be worse to horse because they are very sensitive to sound and they never heard this kind of sound In addition BLM remove wild horse with any concerning about their lives BLM remove babies and even pregnant horses from the environment The action could put wild horses in danger even though the reason was good for all This strategy is favored utilitarian approach However this was not good
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