Friends, this baby is getting some nutrition from his momma, i love these kind of shots especially since these are wild horses found in the badlands of North Dakota (Theodore Roosevelt National Park).  These horses and their ancestors have always roamed the hills during my lifetime. I don’t like the term “feral” and  i prefer the term “wild” as these horses have run free in the badlands for several generations.  Below is an image of the herd stallion, Singlefoot. til Tomorrow MJ

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Nature Photographer, searching for questions and answers

Posted on May 28, 2012, in Badlands, Nature, photography, wild horses, Wildlife and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Shutterbug Sage

    I love this photo so much that I blogged about it in my third “A to Z” post of the year here: Check it out if you get a sec!

    I really enjoy following your blog!

  2. how wonderful to have wild horses roaming free! here our soils are very old and fragile so hard hoofed animals do a lot of damage to sensitive areas …there is a big move to get the wild horses out of the Snowy Mountains …sad that they cant be left free ….

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