A band of wild horses and foal in southern colorado. A month earlier when first spotted, on a photo tour, the foal could only have been two or three days old. Two days ago, exactly one month since the first encounter with the band, we observed a very healthy young foal thoroughly at ease with the cold temperatures and keeping up with the band. A delight to see as foals born here in the wild, in winter, have a slim chance of survival. Thanks for looking. G
8 thoughts on “Wild Horses, Southern Colorado”
Lovely! Wild horses?
Running wild yes. There are over a hundred of the mostly mustang DNA. Thanks Sue. G
Love seeing these horse❤️
They are beautiful in their glossy winter coats. Thank you Patricia. G
Nice pic…is that the 70-200?
300mm Mike. Thank you. G
I’ve seen wild horses that are bay, sorrel & about 13 hands crossing hwy 159 south of Ft. Garland. In the last 8 years I’ve seen them at 3 different times traveling south on 159.
Thank you Laura. There are so many wild horses on the “wild horse mesa” east of highway 159. An impressive sight of wild mustangs. G