Wednesday, 8 September 2021

Will Wild Horses Able to Ride Out Hurricane? - Part 1 – Nature 12

 

Wild horses on beach, North Carolina

I knew the wild horses are living in the forest or jungle close by mountains. It was surprising me, herds of wild horses wandered on the beach.

They are feeding on wild grass that growing lightly on the sand or sand dunes. Grass looks green and fresh.

The horses, colonial Spanish Mustang have lived on the Outer Banks beach, North Carolina for around 500 years.

Tourists have come to beach not only to observe the horses, but also other purposes:

- warm summer
- beautiful sandy beach
- awesome waves
- spacy place (miles of beach)
- clear ocean waters during summer and fall

What visitors are prohibited to do with wild horses?


An antique brass horse, just for illustration.

In respect to wild horses, visitors are prohibited to:

- pet the horses
- try to ride the horses
- approach the horses at 50 feet distance.

# To be continued to part 2

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10 comments:

  1. Ojala puedan resistir a todo. Yo colecciono objetos de laton y este caballito es muy lindo. Saludos amiga.

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      Will Wild Horses Able to Ride Out Hurricane? - Part 1 – Nature 12
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      Wild horses on beach, North Carolina

      I knew the wild horses are living in the forest or jungle close by mountains. It was surprising me, herds of wild horses wandered on the beach.

      They are feeding on wild grass that growing lightly on the sand or sand dunes. Grass looks green and fresh.

      The horses, colonial Spanish Mustang have lived on the Outer Banks beach, North Carolina for around 500 years.

      Tourists have come to beach not only to observe the horses, but also other purposes:
      - warm summer
      - beautiful sandy beach
      - awesome waves
      - spacy place (miles of beach)
      - clear ocean waters during summer and fall

      What visitors are prohibited to do with wild horses?

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  2. Gosto imenso de cavalos e desconhecia a sua existência na praia.

    Oxalá resistam ao furacão.

    Kisses

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    1. Thanks-
      Will Wild Horses Able to Ride Out Hurricane? - Part 1 – Nature 12
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      An antique brass horse, just for illustration.

      In respect to wild horses, visitors are prohibited to:
      - pet the horses
      - try to ride the horses
      - approach the horses at 50 feet distance.

      # To be continued to part 2

      ## Previous posts:

      - Wild Flowers in the Backyards – Nature 1
      - Snow Storm in Our City Baton Rouge – Nature 2
      - Snowy Owl Re-Appearing after Hiding for 130 years – Nature 3
      - How Many Animals Are Expected to Extinct by 2050? - Nature 4
      - White Azaleas in the City Garden – Nature 5

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  3. It will be a delight to observe the wild horses on the beach. Seems so beautiful!

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    1. you are right...

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      Will Wild Horses Able to Ride Out Hurricane? - Part 1 – Nature 12
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      Wild horses on beach, North Carolina

      I knew the wild horses are living in the forest or jungle close by mountains. It was surprising me, herds of wild horses wandered on the beach.

      They are feeding on wild grass that growing lightly on the sand or sand dunes. Grass looks green and fresh.

      The horses, colonial Spanish Mustang have lived on the Outer Banks beach, North Carolina for around 500 years.

      Tourists have come to beach not only to observe the horses, but also other purposes:
      - warm summer
      - beautiful sandy beach
      - awesome waves
      - spacy place (miles of beach)
      - clear ocean waters during summer and fall

      What visitors are prohibited to do with wild horses?

      Delete
  4. Son los animales más hermosos del planeta.

    Saludos.

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    1. Thanks-
      Will Wild Horses Able to Ride Out Hurricane? - Part 1 – Nature 12
      -
      An antique brass horse, just for illustration.

      In respect to wild horses, visitors are prohibited to:
      - pet the horses
      - try to ride the horses
      - approach the horses at 50 feet distance.

      # To be continued to part 2

      ## Previous posts:

      - Wild Flowers in the Backyards – Nature 1
      - Snow Storm in Our City Baton Rouge – Nature 2
      - Snowy Owl Re-Appearing after Hiding for 130 years – Nature 3
      - How Many Animals Are Expected to Extinct by 2050? - Nature 4
      - White Azaleas in the City Garden – Nature 5

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  5. Esta muy bien ,ver caballos salvajes por la playa, no me imaginaría encontrarlos por ahí.
    Buen día.
    Saludos

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      Will Wild Horses Able to Ride Out Hurricane? - Part 1 – Nature 12
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      Wild horses on beach, North Carolina

      I knew the wild horses are living in the forest or jungle close by mountains. It was surprising me, herds of wild horses wandered on the beach.

      They are feeding on wild grass that growing lightly on the sand or sand dunes. Grass looks green and fresh.

      The horses, colonial Spanish Mustang have lived on the Outer Banks beach, North Carolina for around 500 years.

      Tourists have come to beach not only to observe the horses, but also other purposes:
      - warm summer
      - beautiful sandy beach
      - awesome waves
      - spacy place (miles of beach)
      - clear ocean waters during summer and fall

      What visitors are prohibited to do with wild horses?

      Delete

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