In the Wild
By Amelia Perrin
(March 24, 2021) As the American Wild Horse Campaign (AWHC)’s fertility control program gallops toward the second year of success, many are wondering what this spring's foaling season will look like. Don’t worry, you’ll still get all your cute baby horse pictures, just fewer babies!
By Mustang Meg
(March 4, 2021) For this volunteer highlight, the Pinto Post interviewed Deb Sutherland, a longtime wild horse photographer and newly-signed-up AWHC documenter. She has such a deep history in the Virginia Range horses and we love to hear her stories and see her beautiful photographs! Take it away, Deb!
By Deb Sutherland, Volunteer
(March 2, 2021) There were over a hundred wild horses in the canyon the day Harriet (aka Little April Showers) was born on April 1, 2013. The Virginia Range was dotted with the colors of pintos, blue and red roans, bays, blacks, grays, buckskins! Even the black and white stallion, Canyon Phantom, was there with his pinto and roan family. There was a newborn pinto resting in the sage that caught my eye.
By Wayne Woolway, Volunteer
Video: Johnny "Hollywood" Takacs darting in Nevada.
(February 2, 2021) Meet Dorothy Nylen, a devoted and passionate Virginia Range Volunteer. We sat down with her virtually to talk about being bitten by the horse crazy bug as a young girl, the majesty of the wild horse, and living with her own rescues!
We sat down with AWHC's videographer, Michael Alfuso to get to know the person behind the content.
What do you do for AWHC?
(January 8, 2021) Meet Tamara, a dedicated volunteer and herd lead who’s been with the fertility control program since the beginning. Fun fact: she was the Project Manager when the American Wild Horse Campaign originally had the cooperative agreement to implement fertility control in 2015!