Trygve Olson cartoon: Theodore Roosevelt National Park's echo system
Officials at Theodore Roosevelt National Park weigh the needs of the ecosystem with the park's echo system.
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Teddy Roosevelt brought wild horses to the area of his namesake national park. The park wants to oust them.
Theodore Roosevelt brought 60 wild horses from Montana to his Maltese Cross Ranch near Medora. Theodore Roosevelt National Park officials want to remove wild horses from the park.
Forum Editorial: North Dakota officials must speak out to keep the horses at Theodore Roosevelt National Park
The administration at Theodore Roosevelt National Park is bent on getting rid of the horses, which means getting rid of vital living history and a major draw to the park.
North Dakota officials, business groups, are speaking out in support of keeping the wild horse herd, a major tourist attraction to the western part of the state.
Administrators at Theodore Roosevelt National Park propose gradually removing the 186 wild horses from the park's south unit. Horse supporters maintain they are a major draw to the park.
The wild horses at Theodore Roosevelt National Park "have historical and cultural value to North Dakota and all Americans," writes North Dakota Badlands Horse president Marylu Weber.
The proliferation of electronic pull tab machines in North Dakota is like opening Pandora's Box, InForum cartoonist Trygve Olson depicts.