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Assateague Wild Horses

Park Service reduces Assateague horse herd to 100

From: The Star Democrat BERLIN (AP) — Technically speaking, horses are as foreign to the sands of Assateague Island as phragmites, the reedy marsh plant that covers hundreds of the barrier island’s acres. The National Park Service accuses both invaders — calling them out on an agency website from among a host of invasive species Full Article

Island Horses Get Sick After Raiding Camps

When we go out into the wild, we need to always remember to minimize our presence there. Keep all food and waste contained, and take everything that you brought ...Full Article

Online Auction Planned To Determine New Foal’s Name

I just had to mention that the article below points out that the National Park Service already has programs in place that use contraceptives in mares – with the ...Full Article