Wild Burros Available For Adoption In Boise


By Brittany Cooper

Boise, Idaho (KMVT-TV) Wild burros are now available for adoption.

You can find them at the Bureau of Land Management Boise Wild Horse Corrals.

The burros are joining several wild horses already there.

Officials say there are a total of five jennies and five gelded jacks.

They were gathered from the McGee Mountain Area in Nevada.

You can also adopt several wild horses from Nevada's Triple B and Maverick Medicine Herd Management areas.

The Boise District will hold a walk–up adoption Friday, April 27th at 3:00 p.m.

It's a first–come, first–served basis.

The wild horse corrals are located just off of Pleasant Valley Road.

The adoption fee per burro is 125–dollars. Also, approved adopters may adopt a horse for and a buddy for this horse for $25.

Wild Horse and Burro Specialist Steve Leonard can be reached at 208-384-3454 for more information.

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