Mustangs on the Tidal Flats of the Rachel Carson Estuarine Reserve

Spent a little time watching and photographing the wild horses of the Crystal Coast. Most mornings they feed on the flats then move to their watering hole for a little liquid refershement. Of course with the current draught conditions water is a bit limited and these animals can get a little testy over this precious commodity.

Wild horses feed on the tidal flats along North Carolina's Crystal Coast, then move in to the islands for water and shelter.

The tidal flats look like open meadows at low tide but at high tide are submerged under water.

This entry was posted in Banker Horses, Natural History in the Carolinas, Nature Photography.

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