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How to find, view, and take pictures of wild horses.
Often today we tend to think of wild horses being in places of wild and remote lands of the Western United States. While most of the wild horses in North America are found in the western states and provinces there are many in the east. Most well know are the wild horses of Sable Island, the Outer Banks Of North Carolina, and
Assateague Island of Virginia & Maryland. In the western U.S. the horses that are closest to population centers are the horses of Nevada's Virginia Range just east of Reno and the Salt River horses north of Phoenix and Scottsdale. The horse in these areas are normally accustomed to people and while you need to respect their space are not as easily spooked as the horses in the more wild and rugged areas of Wyoming, Oregon, Utah, and Nevada.
While viewing the activities can be thrilling and interesting many horse and wildlife lovers want to photograph wild horses. Photographing wild horses offers many of the same challenges faced by other wildlife photographers when trying to capture good pictures. Patience is the key to taking interesting pictures of wild horses since while they can be very dramatic and active at times, horses like most grazing animals, spend most of their time eating. Because herds are usually comprised of smaller bands or family groups watching for the interaction between bands will give you the most action and drama in your images. In most herds there will be a band of "bachelor boys" who are usually the teenage pranksters of the herd. These young studs are full of energy and love to challenge each other, and nearby bands where the lead and subordinate stallions are usually more than eager to protect their band from intrusion. So be patient and observant when you find a herd and you can be rewarded with great photos.