Cuteness aside, 2021 has already gotten off to a dramatic start for the Outer Banks herd. Southern Living – By Meghan Overdeep April 01, 2021 Spring is officially here, which means plenty of cute new additions to the Outer Banks’ most famous herd of wild horses. The Corolla Wild Horse Fund (CWHF) revealed on Facebook this week […]
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News Talk 92.3 WZPR Conversation with Sam Walker and Meg Puckett Meg stopped into News Talk 92.3 WZPR to chat with Sam about the latest on the Corolla Wild Horse Fund’s efforts to protect the wild Spanish mustangs that roam the Currituck Outer Banks. Give a listen here, Sam is quite knowledgeable on the horses […]
By Outer Banks Voice on October 4, 2020 On Oct. 3, the Corolla Wild Horse Fund (CWHF) reported this news about ceramics artist Michael Middleton, who incorporates hair from the wild horses into his work. “How cool is this? One of Mike’s pots made from native Currituck clay and our dear Captain’s hair will be on display […]
Outer Banks wild mustang rescued from beach, hospitalized after leg injury
September 24, 2020 (CorollaWildhorseFund/photocredit: Catherine Maryott) Corolla Wild Horse Fund UPDATE: It’s a girl – Alejandra! (We will not be disclosing location or the names of the parents just yet. This family needs time to bond in quiet safety. If you are lucky enough to see them please give them plenty of space.) Corolla Wildhorse […]
OUTER BANKS THIS WEEK By Molly Harrison | Wednesday, August 26, 2020 Like most nonprofit organizations, Corolla Wild Horse Fund has had a trying year. “If I had a nickel for every time I’ve used the word ‘challenging’ to describe this year, the fund would be in great financial shape right now,” Corolla Wild Horse […]
6/30/20 by Mark Price, The Charlotte Observer and found on phys.org – https://phys.org/news/2020-06-outer-banks-wild-horses-mass.html The history of those wild horses roaming North Carolina’s Outer Banks has long been shrouded in mystery, with most historians believing they descend from mustangs brought by Spanish settlers 500 years ago. An exact origin may never be proven, but an ambitious […]