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  • North Americas Wild Horses


    I wrote, directed and produced this documentary film on wild horses/mustangs in the US Rocky Mountains area back in 2002. So my comprehensive CV/Resume also states filmmaker :) It was a coproduction with Swedish national broadcaster SVT, and the film was broadcast worldwide, including France, Italy, Spain and the US. My father and veterinarian Lennart Curt Østblom plays a major part in the film. Help save these magnificent animals under threat. Here you have the film in it its full-length English language version, 50 min. Enjoy and help to preserve!

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  • The Last Of Americas Wild Horses | Natural Kingdom | Real Wild


    The North American west was once a wild horse dominion, but today, only a few hundred remain wild. In captivity, they literally will themselves to die. This documentary captures the rare sight of a wild mustang running free.

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  • Wild Horses as Native North American BBC Documentary Wildlife Animals


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  • America’s Wild Horses Are Under Threat | NBC Left Field


    A federal law protects tens of thousands of wild horses across millions of acres in America’s West. But with their numbers now skyrocketing, the Trump administration wants to make selling them for slaughter legal again, and the future of these icons of America’s West is hanging in the balance. 




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  • Wild Horses: Americas most beloved invasive species?


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    Wild horses made their home on the islands of North Carolina centuries ago, supposedly descendants of horses brought by shipwrecked colonizers. Today, they are celebrities on these islands, creating a tourist frenzy and drawing thousands of people every summer to the northern beaches of North Carolina.

    But the situation is complicated. The horse population needs to be managed because they can cause serious damage to the ecosystem. How can we respect these horses and keep them wild while protecting the islands?

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  • The Life Of Wild Horses | Horse: In The Wild | Real Wild


    Take a canter into the world of wild horses and learn just what life is like for a horse in the open plains of Australia.

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  • How Horses Took Over North America


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    The ancestors of modern horses became so successful that they spread all over the world, to Europe, Asia, South America, and Africa. But in their native range of North America, they’ll vanish for 10,000 years. Until another strange mammal brings them back.

    The illustration of Equus Simplicidens--also known as the Hagerman Horse--is by Roger Hall. You can check out more of Roger's work at

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  • Americas Wild Horse Population Is Skyrocketing, and Nobody Can Agree How to Fix It | NBC Left Field


    Advocates want America's wild horses to roam free. Ranchers want to control their numbers. And the Trump administration wants to make selling them for slaughter legal again. But what does the future hold for these icons of America’s West?





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  • Wild Mustangs of Nevada


    The private lives of wild Nevada mustangs showing family life and herd behavior, including close-up action sequences filmed in all seasons and all types of weather in
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  • The life and legend of Americas most famous wild horse


    Picasso is a nearly 30-year-old pinto who still roams free in the Sand Wash Basin in northwestern Colorado.

  • Americans will soon have a $5 billion wild horse problem


    In September’s roundup of the Onaqui wild horses in Tooele County’s west desert, the BLM removed 46 animals from Dugway Proving Ground at the request of the military. Other horses were removed from the fringes of the herd management boundaries.

    The Deseret News spent eight months interviewing wildlife experts, rangeland ecologists, ranchers, cowboys, rural politicians, scientists and reviewing records with the Bureau of Land Management, which has oversight of the range, and lawsuits to understand this costly problem and what can be done about it.

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  • Wild Horses ... Mustangs of Oregon


    About the video: I wanted to do a whole year in review, but realized that would be a bit long, so creating segments of the year, and here are a few moments on the mustang ranges- video clips spliced together in August and September. On these trips, we got to continue to follow along the journeys of our longtime mustang friends we've been watching and learning about for nearly ten years. We also got to meet new faces and learn about them. Looking forward to seeing them all on their journeys this coming year, as well as meet new wild faces!
    Now, as a disclaimer- I am a photographer and by no means do I claim to be a videographer. My videos are rough, and dont even use a tripod when I flip the video switch on. While photographing after I get the shots I want, will then suddenly toggle to video- and my big foot-long telephoto lens in the slightest of breezes is very unsteady... now add coffee and mustang excitement, and it makes me all too aware I need to slow down and some and use proper video equipment in the future LOL ... But for now this is what you guys get- since I can't take you all out there with me, I figure you may still like my sudden video-thought moments showing our amazing wild horses in motion through my glass- sort of like bringing you all out there with me.

    Enjoy. And if you have little ones, sit them with you and tell them- YES, we do still have wild untouched mustangs roaming on vast and wild ranges out west where eagles glade and sunsets set the skies ablaze as far as the eyes can see.

    Keep the WILD in our WEST and our WEST WILD~
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  • Wrangling Wild Horses in the Mountains of Montana | Short Film Showcase


    Nestled in a valley between Yellowstone and Big Sky, the 9 Quarter Circle Ranch has remained relatively unchanged for 70 years. Kameron Kelsey is a third-generation steward of the ranch and prides himself on their adherence to tradition.
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    One example is the annual “Round Up,” when the family joins with a group of wranglers to herd their horses to lower elevations for the winter. This exhaustive three-day ritual could be simplified with modern technology, but the practice endures as a testimony to their way of life. In this short film by Kristopher Rey-Talley, join the Kelsey family in Montana as they embark on their yearly trip with the horses through the land they cherish.

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  • Wild Mustangs of the American West


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    15 minutes of moments take you to two Oregon Herd Management Areas. First through the Stinkingwater HMA east of Burns, and then to the sSteens HMA for the remainder of the video.
    This trip was about horses in the HMA's outback, and though we were familiar with some, there were many we did not know. Very hot first two days, one of which was 92 degrees with miles of hiking, and then turning to severe winds that stirred up a dust storm, so thick it obscured the mountain and triggered an asthmatic response in Alice and had to cover our mouths with damp bandannas. Though I had a monopod for my camera, the shaky moments were just having a difficult time with steadying the camera in the heavy wind gusts.

    Highlights for me on this trip: Catching a very brief glimpse of a black stallion between the junipers watching us intently- who we were sure was likely Voodoo! We tried to find him again, but lost him among the heavy stand of juniper trees. Such a brief sighting, neither of us got photos, but how thrilled we were! He looked at us briefly but intently. Turned his head and whinnied and poof! Disappeared! We searched and then followed up high on a rimrock looking down into the juniper forest hoping to capture another glimpse and idea of his direction of travel. We did see one of his grown sons- Mojo, which you'll see in the vid.

    The other highlight was seeing Centaur! Some of you may remember last August 2019 the young cremello... almost white stallion, who befriended a domestic mule gone loose. This is how Centaur got his range name that trip- bc of his friendship with a half horse half donkey :) . The mule wasn't with him, so not sure if he'd been finally captured by his owner who loved him very much... or if he's still out there roaming the high country with a 'pack' of other mules LOL.

    Special thanks to Opus Moon Music for the beautiful song Wild Horses and Wild Flowers.
    Thank you to long time friend Alice McCammon for roaming with me!

    Lets keep the WILD in our WEST... and our WEST WILD!
    Sonya, aka Mustang Meg

  • Is the horse a native North American species? We ask a scientist.


    Is the horse a native species? Dr. Beth Shapiro, an evolutionary biologist and one of the world's foremost experts on ice age plants and animals, answers.

    Dr. Beth Shapiro is an evolutionary biologist and a leading international expert on the genetics of ice age plants and animals. She heads the esteemed Paleogenomics Laboratory at University of California Santa Cruz. A 2009 MacArthur Fellow, Dr. Shapiro is also an award-winning popular science writer and author of the acclaimed book How to Clone A Mammoth, the Science of De-Extinction.

  • El Caballo: The Wild Horses of North America - Short Version


    Abridged version of the 2001 documentary expose, EL CABALLO: THE WILD HORSES OF NORTH AMERICA.

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  • El Caballo: The Wild Horses of North America


    This clip is from our one-hour documentary, EL CABALLO: THE WILD HORSES OF NORTH AMERICA. Pat Fazio of Buffalo Bill Historical Center talks about the management of wild horses on BLM lands. Before working on the film, we really knew very little about the subject, but once we were involved we found it a fascinating story of evolution, history, ecology and environmental policy. The film is edited by Dru Carr. It is directed and produced by Doug Hawes-Davis. The original score by Ned Mudd, most of which is available for free download at

  • Wild Horse Immediately Recognizes His Girlfriend After Years Apart | The Dodo Faith = Restored


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  • Saving The Mustang: Americas Adopted Icon | Horse Documentary | Timeline


    Wild mustangs have long been an icon of native peoples and early settlers of North America. Yet their fate today is uncertain. Traded, stolen, and wild for 400 years, an estimated 2-3 million roamed North America in 1890 until they became almost extinct. The US Government has attempted to control the number of Wild Mustangs populated and in their view over grazed on vast tracks of public land. Over 41 thousand are now held in captivity. Saving The Mustang explores the state of wild horses today through the efforts of three individuals. Canadian horseman Randy Bird who adopted eight mustangs from a crowded facility in Wyoming and brought them 3000 miles to their new home in Ontario. Endurance rider and song-writer Jean Albert Renaud, who works with horses and at-risk teens on his Maryland ranch. And Roger William, past chief of the First Nation Xeni Gwetin, who has created a 200,000 hectare wild horse preserve in the rugged wilderness of the Nemiah Valley in British Columbia. All three stories interweave a compelling tale of perseverance and determination - one that offers hope for these amazing animals.

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  • GoPro: Wild Mustangs - A Legacy in 4K


    The third of the HERO4: The Adventure of Life in 4K series. New episode every Tuesday.

    In a land of enormous skies and majestic valleys, Mustang Monument Wild Horse Eco-Resort & Sanctuary is home to over 600 Wild American Mustangs.

    Cowboy and family man, Clay Nannini, shares insight into the value of preserving the American Mustang while introducing his children to this icon of American history, and a legacy worth protecting.

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  • Americas Wild Mustang-Untamed Legacy PBS Documentary


    This Emmy-award winning documentary chronicles the journey of a mustang named Charlie and the people whose lives he touches along the way. Produced and written by Jen Noble. Distributed nationally on PBS, a WTCI-TV Production, Chattanooga, TN.

  • Back to the Wild: The Wild Horses of Assateague Island


    The goal of the film is to help visitors understand the historic and present-day story of horses on Assateague Island. The film strives to educate viewers about the horses without shying from their impact on the ecosystem, and also building an emotional connection to the animals.

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  • Why Four Cowboys Rode Wild Horses 3,000 Miles Across America | Nat Geo Live


    In 2013, filmmaker Ben Master, three of his friends, and 16 wild mustangs journeyed across 3,000 miles of some of the most rugged territory in the American West. This audacious trek—to inspire adoptions of wild horses and burros—has since inspired Ben to help others on their own journeys. Hear Ben share inspiring stories from the road and watch clips from his documentary 'Unbranded.'
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  • Wild Mustangs reunite at Skydog Sanctuary


    Wild horses Goliath and Red Lady reunite after being separated by a BLM roundup. After being apart for six months they see each other for the first time at Skydog Sanctuary and shortly afterwards have a final foal together. This is a call to action for people to get involved in this issue and help fight for these wild horses who are being endlessly rounded up and put in holding facilities in America. Please go to
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    Fueled by stunning footage, this stirring documentary considers wild horses' role in the American psyche and their dwindling numbers in today's West. In an artful blend of exquisite nature documentary and character-driven narrative, the majestic wild horses of the American West are revealed in stereoscopic 3D as never before. The wonder in a girl’s eye pulls us into the drama that unfolds on hundreds of millions of acres of public land. The battle lines have long been carved into the landscape, and the players are deeply entrenched. Yet as the subtle choreography that has evolved over thousands of years begins, we are captivated. The intricate dance between a man and a wild horse presents lessons for us all, even the battle-hardened special interest groups fighting for the place of the AMERICAN MUSTANG.

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  • El Caballo: The Wild Horses of North America - PBS Trailer


    Montana has one of the most genetically important wild horse herds in the United States, located in the Pryor Mountains in the extreme southeast portion of the state. This is the trailer for the PBS documentary, EL CABALLO: THE WILD HORSES OF NORTH AMERICA.

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    “Highly recommended.” Library Journal

    “EL CABALLO isn’t a call to action. It doesn’t tell anyone what to think, and it doesn’t stake out a high ground or “right” way to manage. What it does is present a little-known controversy, backed up with a diverse array of opinionated experts, and package it with eye-candy footage that never lets your eyelids sag.” Missoulia Independent

    “EL CABALLO presents, with spectacular footage and a series of interviews, the case that wild horses are native wildlife of the American West, in the same way that elk or mule deer are, but have received the very shortest end of the stick (that is, systematic destruction) because they are regarded as big destructive exotics that munch all the grass reserved for public lands cattle.” Mountain Gazette

    “Long considered an ‘exotic’ species, wild horses occupy a sort of borderland, caught between the mythology of their origins and the reality of their plight today.” High Country News

    “Thought-provoking…the finely crafted documentary offers up a rich portrait of the current state of America’s wild horses.”

    “Explores the evolution, history and current federal management of wild horses on public lands in the western United States.” Missoulian

    “Lays out the problems, conflicts and misconceptions clearly and without bias. Interviews with the actual scientists involved in wild horse management policy and key individuals, whose lives have been forever impacted by their close association with wild horses, shed light on what has for decades been a declining wildlife management issue.” The Gaited Horse

    “An unexpectedly original treatment of the familiar tragedy of wild horses.” Animal People

    “A must see.” Natural Horse Magazine

    “Provocative.” Montana Magazine

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  • Wild Horses of North America


    Meg D presents her view on wild horses in Alberta and North America

  • Unbranded Documentary | North American Wild Mustangs


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    'Unbranded' is a documentary about four friends who ride wild mustangs 3,000 miles from Mexico to Canada through the wildest terrain of the American West. During their epic journey, friendships are tested and the trail ultimately leads to one of self-discovery.


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  • Wild Mustangs in America Wild Horses by Karen King


    Here you will see wild Mustang horse behavior in the wild throughout Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and North Dakota. We must take a stand to protect these beautiful horses from helicopter roundups and sale to slaughter. They have earned the right to live free on our public lands.

  • Wild Lands Wild Horses - Pilot Episode - Twin Peaks


    Deb Lee Carson and Jamie Baldanza are proud to present the award winning pilot episode, “Twin Peaks” from the docu-series “Wild Lands Wild Horses” on YouTube.

    We are offering the pilot episode free of charge because we need you to help America fall in love with our wild lands and wild horses and invite you to partner with us.

    An idea was born; back about four or so years ago. Two wild horse photographers, after spending time on the range together, recognized that the wild horses were caught up in a tug of war between many people—those for and those against their existence on the western range. These same two photographers were also dismayed at the number of Americans who did not know they even existed. Then there was the inability to find real ‘truth’ or unbiased data or accurate statistics regarding the ‘plight’ of the wild horses on the range. Finally, there were the mustang’s own stories, those heart swelling stories of wild horses who have been gathered—stories of great success, incredibly sad stories with amazing endings, and stories of those who find their new homes and their only job is to just be themselves.

    So, after a time Jamie said, “Let’s bring the wild horses to ALL of America, and get them to fall in love, and along the way we will talk to as many stakeholders as possible so we can find the truth!” Deb said, “Hell ya!!!”

    In the docu-series Wild Lands Wild Horses, we bring you the compelling story of a former wild mustang, combined with beautiful cinematography from the wild western range that mustang once called home, then weave this mustang’s story with exclusive conversations with those tasked with managing our public lands, along with scientists, public land stakeholders, wildlife advocates and more, who—despite their differences all share the same goal—TO KEEP THE WEST WILD.

    The pilot episode, Twin Peaks”, is only one episode out of twelve. In the remaining twelve episodes we will be traveling to America’s ten western states and North Dakota to visit twelve herd management areas and a treasured national park, America’s wild horses call home.

    Wild Lands, Wild Horses the docu-series will, to the best of our ability and with your help, cover the following topics in the rest of the series:

    History of the Wild Horse
    Sustainability of the Land
    The Origin of the Wild Horse
    Herd Dynamics
    Adoption Stories
    Herd Management Solutions (including birth control)
    Stakeholder Involvement—which will include the following and much more: government employees, ranchers, miners, wildlife advocates, scientists, artists, anyone who has a vested interest in the use of our public lands.

    In the pilot episode “Twin Peaks” we introduce you to the wild horse and burros who call approximately 800,000 acres home in the Golden State of America, California, and was inspired by the story of a tough mustang mare gathered from there, Dani California, and her arduous journey.

    “Twin Peaks” was a difficult and remote wilderness area to navigate with a film crew, has ‘true’ wild horses, rocks lots of rocks, and only a few short days to try and obtain the epic shots we had in our minds eye, presented challenges we are not afraid to share with you.

    We blend that with hard conversations with multiple stakeholders in search of the common ground needed to manage those thousands of acres and discuss topics such as native vs non-native, rangeland use, roundups, and more.

    Sit back, enjoy and thank you for taking time to watch the pilot episode of “Wild Lands Wild Horses” docu-series: Twin Peaks!

    You are needed to help us, by partnering with us, and making a small contribution, no amount is too small. We need you because when we ALL work together; we WILL make a difference and bring our wild lands and wild horses to America, one wild story at a time.

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    Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, for helping America fall in love with our living heritage—the wild, free roaming horses of America!

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  • The Fight to Save America’s Wild Horses from Slaughter | The New Yorker


    As the government budget threatens the population of wild horses, one woman is fighting to keep them free.

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  • Saving America’s Wild Horses | Jill Irvin | TEDxFountainHills


    Public outcry once changed the fate of our disappearing wild horses and it can again. Please join our fight to save one of our most treasured natural resources: the American wild horse.

    Action: Follow these sites for the very latest information and to learn how you can get involved:

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    Jill Irvin is an Environmental Science and Math teacher and sponsor of the Ecology Club at a local high school. In her spare time, she is an environmental and animal rights advocate using photography to raise awareness and educate others about issues surrounding our environment and the creatures with which we share our world. She believes that education is key to preserving the beauty that we unknowingly take for granted and uses her photography as a way to start the conversation. To forward her efforts, she created a nonprofit, TerraWind Ranch Eco-Action Group, whose mission statement reads: ”To protect our natural resources from commercial exploitation through education, advocacy and direct action.” Her group’s first mission is focused on saving one of America’s most precious natural resources: the wild horse.

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  • El Caballo: The Wild Horses of North America


    This clip is from our one-hour documentary, EL CABALLO: THE WILD HORSES OF NORTH AMERICA. Dan Flores, professor of history at the University of Montana, talks about the the concept of wild horses as a native species to North America. Before working on the film, we really knew very little about the subject, but once we were involved we found it a fascinating story of evolution, history, ecology and environmental policy. The film is edited by Dru Carr. It is directed and produced by Doug Hawes-Davis. The original score by Ned Mudd, most of which is available for free download at

  • Americas Wild Horses and Burros


    These are Our Wild Horses and Burros, on Our public land.
    This video highlights wild horses and burros from many different management areas, and features the work of several photographers.

  • Filming the Fighting Mustangs | North America


    Go behind the scenes of the fighting mustangs sequence with North America cinematographer Sophie Darlington. | For more North America, visit

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  • Why Wild Horses Are at Risk


    Mustangs aren't native to the hills of the American west, but today they run rampant throughout Nevada.

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    (10 Jun 2012) LEADIN
    Hungary's Hortobagy National Park has the largest Asian Wild Horse population outside Mongolia.
    The Asian wild horse is the only truly wild horse remaining in the world.
    Running free - Asian wild horses in Hungary's Hortobagy National Park.
    Also known as the Przewalski horse, the Asian wild horse was first described scientifically in the late 19th century by the Russian explorer Nikolai Przewalski.
    These horses once freely roamed the steppe along the Mongolia-China border.
    The native population declined in the 20th century due to habitat loss and hunting for its meat.
    By the 1960's the wild population in Mongolia had died out. The last herd was sighted in 1967 and the last individual horse two years later. Expeditions after this failed to locate any horses and the species was designated extinct in the wild for more 30 years.
    Since 1985, conservation efforts have enjoyed huge successes, seeing the species downgraded from extinct in the wild to critically endangered.
    One such conservation programme is carried out on the great Hungarian Puszta.
    The Hortobagy puszta is the largest central European steppe region extending over 100,000 hectares. Most of the puszta is occupied by salt steppe including small marshes that are very similar to the original land of the Przewalski horses in Mongolia.
    In the mid 90s, the national park gave 2500 hectares of grassland to the international Przewalski horse project, which is controlled by the zoo of Cologne in Germany.
    The park wanted to bring back large grazers to the original steppe region, where the now extinct tarpan and aurochs ponies once roamed free.
    The Hungarians have multiple aims: long-term preservation of their Puszta, the creation of a healthy population of the Przewalski's horses under nearly natural conditions and helping the already existing horse reintegration programme in Mongolia.
    Kristin Brabender is the Przewalski horse project manager of the national park. A German biologist, she came to Hortobagy from Cologne to study the Przewalski horses in 2008.
    She says the conditions here are prefect for breeding the world's last wild horses.
    The horses are observed and monitored continuously by researchers and a wealth of knowledge about their social behaviour, organisation and group dynamics has been gained.
    All of our horses can be identified individually. We have a register for all of them, we make photos, portraits, photos of both sides of the horse. We count the stripes on the legs. We make our own personal notes about the personality of the horse, the way of movement. Maybe they have special postures, how they like to move, how they like to stand, to graze. We can identify all of them.
    However, the great distance from Central Europe to Mongolia and the harsh climate of the Hungarian Puszta in the long winters does not make it easy for biologists to study the horses in the wild.
    According to Brabender, the closest village is ten km (6.2 miles) away from the herd. In winter cars cannot cross the terrain and temperatures can be as low as -20 degrees Celsius (-4 Fahrenheit). Brabender says her and her colleagues have to walk to the Puszta to continue studying the horses.
    It's something Brabender does with little hesitation.
    Brabender says it's vital that come rain or shine, researchers are monitoring 24/7:
    Each day one of us is out here and we trying to be as precise as possible with the birth dates. There are some very sad cases of foals that are killed by stallions. You only have the chance to find the dead foals if you check them every day.

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