By: Bonnie U Gruenberg (Author)
112 pages, b/w photos
The free-roaming horses of Assateague have survived on this ever-changing barrier island for hundreds of years. Today, Assateague is a National Seashore, where natural resource conservation is prioritized and more than 2 million people a year visit. The clever, resilient horses have adapted well to the incursion of people into their home ranges, but the presence of horses on the island has created friction as factions argue for against their continued residence.
Please note, despite what the title suggests, this is not a field guide to tracks left by these horses.
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