Windmills/Water for Wildlife – New Well drilled at San Felipe Wild Life Corridor/Sanctuary

November 6 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

WINDMILLS & WATER FOR WILDLIFE: Third Update!

San Felipe Pueblo – Wild Horse Sanctuary, New Mexico, United States

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November 6 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

WINDMILLS/WATER FOR WILDLIFE: Third Update!

New Mexico, United States

Yet a third “Water for Wildlife” project at the honorable Pueblo of San Felipe has been completed.   This time a brand new well has been drilled and installed, primarily funded by a WHOA grant from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) with generous donations and collaboration with PlacitasWILD and other non-profits. 

STRATEGICALLY LOCATED

This well is in a location where it  can potentially provide water for wildlife on the Bureau of Land Management Lands (BLM) lands contiguous with the San Felipe Pueblo to the north and Placitas to it’s south. These lands are known as the Buffalo strip and are part of the last viable Sandia Mountain wildlife corridor.

WHOA would like to thank the Pueblo of San Felipe for their long term wildlife work the ASPCA for their long term support and PlacitasWild for their collaboration generous donations.

The Windmills for Wildlife project is critically important for the area wildlife including wild horses, in the Sandia Mountain – Rocky Mountain wildlife corridor, as intermittent drought has hit New Mexico in recent years.

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