Wild, wild horses

A wild mustang grazes on a Corolla beach. The horse is one  of the approximately 100 Banker Colonial Spanish Mustangs that roam freely in the northernmost area of Currituck County. The herd, which is managed by the nonprofit Corolla Wild Horse Fund, is defined as a cultural treasure by the state of North Carolina. The nonprofit recently launched its “No Feed, No Approach” educational initiative to help educate the public about the dangers of human interaction with the wild herd. Fir more information, visit corollawildhorses.com.


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