Strong winds Sunday prevented a Forest Service contractor from continuing their wild horse round-up. It may resume again Monday. Up to one thousand Wild Mustangs are being captured in the Devil’s Garden Plateau of Modoc County. Last week 192 horses were captured. members of the public are invited to observe by calling 233-8738 for reservations. The practice has been bitterly opposed by critics who fear for the safety of the horses. The Forest Service says they’re trying hard to find good homes for the animals, many of which show signs of malnutrition for lack of grazing opportunities among the estimated 4,000 horses on the plateau. It’ll take about 30 days to gather a thousand of them, and there will be a 60 day period after that for adopting out 300 of the horses, with the other 700 going to the BLM. Unadopted horses will be offered for sale for as little as One Dollar each, though the Forest Service says buyers are prohibited from selling the horses for human consumption.