The Wild Horses of Tonto National Forest

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Becky Standridge photographs wild horses in the Tonto National Forest in Arizona. It began as a hobby. Over time, she's gotten to know each horse, so her photographs are a godsend to wildlife officials from six agencies as a catalogue of the herd, helping them to figure out the best ways to manage the horses.
"I identify their color, their blaze, their socks. All the characteristics. Who's who. What's going on", she explained. "The horses are all very special. Their family bonds are very strong. Their freedom is extremely important to them."

Now Standridge has a uniform and an official mission to document the horses, which may help to save their lives. Link -via Arbroath

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