Just back from Carole King’s recent tour in Australia & New Zealand‚Ä¶ Check out some of my¬† photos here:
Click HERE to read the latest news on the Challis Rescue Horses’ relocation to Return To Freedom Wild Horse Sanctuary.
Click¬†HERE¬†to read article from Easy Reader “Fading Out”, October 20, 2011… ¬† “Horses in the wild? Elissa Kline‚Äôs ‚Äúghost herd‚ÄĚ photographs are all that remain of when these majestic animals ran free.”
Click¬†HERE¬†to read about Carole King & James Taylor bringing “Idaho’s Wild Horses Nationwide”
Click¬†HERE¬† to see my video of the Challis Herd Wild Horse Roundup on YouTube
Click¬†HERE¬†for Sun Valley Magazine blog “Not So Free to Roam”
Click¬†HERE¬†for Sun Valley Magazine feature “Horse Power”
Click¬†HERE¬†for a link to Best Friends article.
Click¬†HERE¬†for a link to Idaho Mountain Express article.
Click¬†HERE¬†for a link to Sun Valley Magazine’s “Mountain Mustangs”.
2010 Troubadour Reunion Tour
“Horse Power” Feature
Sun Valley Magazine
Round up of Challis Herd, Idaho
211 horses out of 423 were “removed”, and 11 fatalities.
Fundraiser for Rescued Wild Mares
19 Wild Mares from Challis Herd adopted!
Sept 16, 2009
Author Deanne Stillman¬†(“Mustang: The Saga of the¬†Wild Horse in the American West”) and photographer Elissa Kline speak at¬†Community Library in Ketchum Idaho. Wild Horse advocate Jodi Herlich &¬†Doro Lohmann,¬†founder of Silent Voices Equine Rescue, meet that night & decide to¬†take action.¬†Negotiations with the BLM begin the next day to rescue 19 older mares scheduled¬†to be shipped to long term holding. July 6, 2008: BLM considering mass euthanasia of wild horses.
June 25, 2008: August roundup has been postponed until next year.
May 15, 2008:
In August 2008 the wild horses featured in the Wild Ones series are scheduled to be “gathered” by the Bureau of Land Management.
To learn more visit The Wild Horse Preservation Campaign at www.wildhorsepreservation.com
April 10, 2008:
Elissa is interviewed on Plum TV.
January 7, 2008:
The Wild Ones Series is featured in Best Friends Magazine “Animals In The Arts” section.