Source: wildhoofbeats.com by Carol Walker, Dir. of Field Documentation, Wild Horse Freedom Federation It is very likely that this will have been the last tour of wild horses in Long Term Holding facilities, or “Off Range Pastures” as the BLM are now calling it. If the provisions in […]
Source: Wild Hoofbeats Only 3 mares in the trailer? by Carol Walker, Dir. of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation On Sunday morning I waited at the parking lot next to the corrals at the Rock Springs BLM facility. It was 1 degree above zero, and […]
Source: Wild Hoofbeats USGS holding radio collars, the one on the right is for the study by Carol Walker, Dir. of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation The BLM and the University of Wyoming are conducting a Radio Collar Study on wild mares in the Adobe Town […]
By Carol Walker, Director of Field Documentation for Wild Horse Freedom Federation as published on Wild Hoofbeats “It’s ‘Feel Good Sunday’ and our own Carol Walker shares a bitter-sweet wild horse story both through pictures and her words. Truly stunning and an educational read suited for all audiences. […]
SOURCE: wildhoofbeats.com by Carol Walker, Director of Field Documentation, Wild Horse Freedom Federation As many of you know, it was quite a process obtaining permission to photograph the wild horses rounded up last month in Wyoming’s Checkerboard Areas who are now in Canon City Short Term Holding at […]
America’s wild horse herds are in peril of extinction, but award-winning equine photographer Carol Walker is ready with viable solutions in her new book, Galloping to Freedom: Saving America’s Wild Horses. Through a campaign at web-based fund-raising platform Kickstarter, Walker invites wild horse supporters to be “part of the solution” by helping her print and distribute this important guide to ensuring the future of our legacy animals.