Wild Mustang Mare Looking At Me, 300701_4_23
Catalog Number: 300701_4_23
A wild mustang mare of a 5-member family group looks at me. The family was grazing on the eastern flanks of the Pryor Mountains in the Bighorn National Recreation Area, Northern Wyoming and Southern Montana.
"For more than a century, the Pryor Mountains, one-quarter of which is within the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, has been home to free roaming bands of wild horses. Descended from Spanish, Arabian, and English stock, many horses escape into this wild country, or were released along Bighorn Canyon by Native Americans, ranchers, and homesteaders. Unusual features, such as a dorsal stripe down the back, wither stripes, and zebra stripes on the legs, are typical characteristics of Spanish horses." (From the National Park Service's Bighorn web site where you can find more information about the Big Horn Recreation Area's Pryor Mountain Wild Mustangs.
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