The Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center relies on the generosity of supporters. Donations to the support activities such as these:
Monitoring: The Center believes that the best management of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horses depends on having accurate and up to date information to share with managers. To achieve this, the Center monitors the horses and gathers such data as herd composition, family band composition, family band locations, and the genetic lineage of individual horses.
Education: The Center is focused on educating the public on the importance of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horses. To achieve this, the Center constantly works on research and development for ongoing educational exhibits and brochures as well as educational tours and a multimedia curriculum packet provided to schools at no cost.
Promotion: The Center strong supports a genetically sound herd of Colonial Spanish wild horses on a healthy range in the Pryor Mountains. To achieve this, the Center works with the Bureau of Land Management, and other agencies and organizations, to determine the best management strategies that will ensure long-term sustainability. In doing so, the Center also believes that the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range can act as an example of a well-managed wild horse herd that others can learn from.
Operation: To better achieve its goals, the Center has a museum building to operate from. To ensure that the building can be staffed and open to the public, the Center requires funding for general operations.
"I invite you to join our efforts to foster the Pryor Mountain Wild Horses and to ensure that people will still be able to enjoy and learn from them 200 years from now."
President, Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center