Wild horses embody the spirit and freedom humans have historically sought throughout our existence.
However, humans have had a tumultuous relationship with wild horses, particularly involving their conservation, public land use, and their new place in a very politically charged, ego-centric, and profit-motivated society. The challenge is how best to balance the love and conservation of these majestic creatures, caring for them in the best way, and, at the same time, acknowledging other interests.
This page presents links for information on all sides of this issue.
Colonial Spanish Mustangs of the Outer Banks: Corollawildhorses.com
International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros: Ispmb.org
Assateague's Wild Horses: Nps.gov/asis/naturescience/horses.htm
Pryor Mountain Wild Horses in Wyoming: Pryormustangs.org
Saving America's Mustangs Foundation: Savingamericasmustangs.org
The Cloud Foundation in Colorado: Thecloudfoundation.org
BLM Horse and Burro website (but as of 4/25/17, link not working): Wildhorseandburro.blm.gov
BLM Wild Horse and Burro Internet Adoption: www.blm.gov/adoptahorse/index.php
Wild Horse Education Organization: Wildhorseeducation.org
Wild Horse Rescue Center in Florida: Wildhorserescuecenter.org
Great list of wild horse resources & links: Wildhorses.com
"Wild Horses," a film in feature length development: Wildhorsesthefilm.com
Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary: Wildmustangs.com