Come and enjoy the experience of a high desert wilderness, of the Great Basin Country Of Northeastern Nevada, learn about our living legends of the American West, the Mustangs. During our wild horse photography workshops, you will get the opportunity to view the animals up or action of wild the wind vast wide open spaces of Nevada's high desert landscape.
You will hear the sound of thunder as they pass by you, leaving only a thick trail of dust and they may just steal your heart away.
We will photograph the horses, from the early morning desert light to the late afternoon sunlight. You will be learning about the different social dynamics within the herd. It is a fascinating adventure to be able to photograph these powerful along with their You will get to see them at their favorite watering hole, swimming, splashing around and taking their mud baths.
In each stallion has his band of mares who will fiercely defend them against an unwelcome suitor trying to steal his mares away.
Young bachelor stallions are kicked out of the herd at around two years of age. Then they must go out and acquire their herd of horses, so the older stallions are always on alert for danger to his herd, from the bachelor stallions who
think they might be tough enough to challenge the older stallion and take away this herd.
Great action shot you may have the opportunity to capture.It can get intense if they start
Our workshops are unique because our classroom has no walls. It is out in the field where wild horses are free roaming in their natural habitats. The horses and the views will far exceed your expectations. You will simply love being out in nature and seeing the living legends of the West.
We are sure that you will enjoy attending a workshop with us!
Your spirit will be renewed just being around these beautiful animals
You will also get some of which and oil leases, cattle and sheep grazing in the same herd management areas as wild horses. A lot of HMA's have already been zeroed out for use by wild horses by the Bureau Of Land Management.
There are now more wild horses in federal holding facilities than out needs to be aware of what is going on with our wild horses and to be taken to protect them.
These are critical times for wild may be gone from the landscape forever if we do not speak up and let our Congressmen know that we want them to remain free on the public for them by an Act Of The Free Roaming Wild Horse and Burros Act in 1971. Hope to see you on the wild horse trail!
Call us to book a wild horse photography workshop and tour. We will do our very best to arrange the dates during the Spring and Summer months that will work best for you starting in April 2017; April, May, and June are the great months to see all the newborn foals and wildflowers blooming out on the range. We will also have workshops and tours through Fall Winter Email email@example.com
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