William Simpson II is an ethologist who advocates for killing two birds with one stone: relocating the endangered US wild horse population into fire-prone national forest lands, and saving them both.  Horses are herbivores, and eat what is the overgrown undergrowth that fuels super-hot and super-catastrophic wildfires in forest lands.  Mr. Simpson was recently featured on NPR, and has been advocating for eco-based common sense solutions to our environmental crisis-driven problems.  He is the author of two published books and more than 100 published articles on subjects related to wild horses, wildlife, wildfires, and public land (forest) management.