Friday, September 6, 2019

Will Wild Horses Able to Ride Out Hurricane in North Carolina?

Wild horses on beach, North Carolina

I knew the wild horses are living in the forest or jungle close by mountains. It was surprising me, herds of wild horses wandered on the beach.

They are feeding on wild grass that growing lightly on the sand or sand dunes. Grass looks green and fresh.

The horses, colonial Spanish Mustang have lived on the Outer Banks beach, North Carolina for around 500 years.

Tourists have come to beach not only to observe the horses, but also other purposes:
- warm summer
- beautiful sandy beach
- awesome waves
- spacy place (miles of beach)
- clear ocean waters during summer and fall

In respect to wild horses, visitors are prohibited to:
- pet the horses
- try to ride the horses
- approach the horses at 50 feet distance.


Herds of wild horses

Feeding the horses is illegal conduct, it is because wild horses can’t consume human diets such as fruit, vegetable and off course burgers.

These diets have bad effect, and lead to serious health issues or even may cause to death to horses.

What stunning me that horses are not evacuated during Dorian hurricane currently. Will Wild Horses Able to Ride Out Hurricane in North Carolina?

Yes, the horses able to ride out the storms. This skill is inherited from their ancestors since 500 years ago.

The horses skillful to sense the bad weather such as hurricanes and heavy rains, then they respond by:
- grouping together
- going to higher ground
- finding sturdy trees for protection

Hope, the hurricane is over soon, and everything goes well and safe. 

65 comments:

  1. Uy que lindos caballos y espero que los caballos y las personas superen el huracán.

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  2. I am sure that wild horses can surely face storms or any inclement weather or telluric. More dangerous may be the human being for them. Ideally, policies should be developed to preserve their habitat and freedom.

    Hugs, Evi. Very interesting article once again.

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    1. Yes Carlos, it's an inherited skill from their ancestors.
      Thank you, Carlos.

      Hugs

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  3. If I saw some horses on the beach, I probably wouldn't take them as the wild ones. Hope they will be okay.

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  4. Hi Evi what an interesting post,the horses are beautiful and so lovely to see that they are walking around free,i hope they ride the hurricane out,it would be interesting to see what they do xx

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  5. For the first time I see horses on the beach. A wonderful view, a great shot of the horses it is a pity that the picture could be distant from the camera near to show these magnificent specimens.

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  6. So interesting and important article :)

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  7. What beautiful views. not only a stunning white sandy beach but also wild horses.

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  8. Animali forti, eleganti, bellissimi. Ho visto cavalli in spiaggia a Lagos, in Nigeria, cavalli adoperati per divertire i bagnanti, mah! Buona giornata:)
    sinforosa

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  9. ... in spiaggia a Lagos... (scusa l’errore)

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  10. ... a Lagos... (quando clicco “pubblica” la A si trasforma in Un 🤷🏻‍♀️)

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  11. Hi, Evi! I would be afraid to ride wild horses. It is NOT safe.

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  12. Bello vedere questi cavalli liberi.
    Buon sabato

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  13. Interesting post dear! thanks for sharing, xx

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  14. Konie to piękne zwierzęta. Bardzo ciekawy post. Życzę zdrowia :)

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  15. They are incredibly smart abd beautiful and those wild ones are especially fascinating!☺

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  16. I pray the wild horses are safe from the hurricane. The Outer Banks are one of my very favorite places to visit. Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  17. I've never seen wild horses. Interesting post :)

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  18. I also keep my fingers crossed for this hurricane to end as soon as possible ☺
    greetings
    Lili

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  19. I hope the horses goes safe :)

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  20. Preciosas imágenes ! Espero verte pronto por mi blog! Me encanta saber tu opinión sobre mis entradas! Feliz sábado ! ♡♡♡

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  21. Wah, ada ya mb.. Yang hidup liar di pantai. Kalau di Sumba itu ada juga kuda liar, tapi sepertinya tinggalnya di sabana...

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  22. So we can learn from it. Or make the horse behavior un unusual as a signal of bad weather :)

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  23. Espero que todo vaya bien y no haya grandes pérdidas. Un beso

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  24. Lovely horses. Hope they will be okay.
    Kisses!

    galerafashion.com

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  25. Claro que si, son resistentes y bellos esos caballos. Saludos.

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  26. Hi, Evi! Beautiful horses! ... and I hope that horses and people overcome the storm!
    I like to parden on the beach!

    Hugs, nice Sunday!

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  27. We have wild horses in Bosnia and Herzegovina as well and they are truly beautiful. I hope these Californian wild horses will be able to hide from the hurricane and stay safe. Animals usually have good instincts when it comes to storms and bad weather, they can often sense them. Thank you for sharing and for warning people not to feed the wild horses as it can be dangerous for the animals.

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  28. naturally all creatures have their own skill to survive in the very bad condition. But one day we will face to the extraordinary condition where we must fight with all what we have. Even the human being as well.

    When we feel so unsecure, in a occasion: The miracle comes true.

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  29. Preciosa entrada amiga. Me encanta el mar y los caballos. En España se ven caballos en el mar. y en Puerto de Santa Mª son famosas sus carreras de caballos en verano.
    Te deseo un buen domingo.
    Un abrazo.

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  30. I hope you right and they conquer the hurricane and yes they do hang at the beach. I go to the outerbanks of NC and seen them all the rules apply.

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  31. Eu espero que eles possam vencer o furacão e continuem agraciando os olhares dos banhistas com a sua beleza
    Beijinhos

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  32. I hope the horses will be safe -- it sounds like a bad one. I've a friend who lives in the outer banks and it's rough but it's good to know the horses have great instinct inbred in them.

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  33. Hoping for all the best and the horse will ride out the hurricane and be fine.

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  34. I kinda lost track of that hurricane. But to see wild horses on he beach is a dream of my :) Hope they are safe :)

    Hugs and kisses from NYC

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  35. Cóż za widok! Mam nadzieję, że te piękne zwierzęta jakoś sobie poradzą. Serdecznie pozdrawiam :)

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  36. Great post! I like your blog! 

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  37. You mean horses can predict hurricanes , and find ways to survive the dangers. I believe, there are also other animals capable of predicting and surviving.
    Thanks for the information and the beautiful pictures.

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  38. This is interesting about horses. I hope they are safe and doing well.

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  39. Wih, mbak Evi, ini kalo di Indonesia udah ditangkepin satu2 buat dinaikin turis2 mungkin yah. haha. Padahal lebih enak liatnya mereka lepas begini. Naik kuda ga enak sih menurut aku, bau. hahaha. Sedih sebenarnya sih, orang2 barat sana kalo menurutku lebih peduli hewan daripada di sini.

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  40. Interesting information concerning the wild horses. Hope they will be safe.

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  41. Wahh baru tau ternyata ada juga ya kuda liar dan hebatnya lagi ngasih makan ke kuda2 itu termasuk tindakan ilegal hehehe, kalau di indo boro2 kuda liar, ayam liar aja bisa ilang hehehe

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  42. I haven't seen horses at the beach before. Beautiful animals!

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  43. I hope they will be safe!!!
    I love horses!!!
    Kisses, Paola.

    Expressyourself

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  44. Preciosos!! Me encantan los caballos. Un beso y feliz semana

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  45. Hi Evi!
    In my early childhood, my grandfather worked making saddles and all kinds of garrisons for horses, so I know horses very well, although I have never met any savage.

    I wish you a wonderful start to the week! :)

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  46. i loved the topic dear Evi and such an interesting post!

    how weird that horses can't eat human food ,wise prohibitions

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  47. I didn t know that.
    Xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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  48. I hope the hurrican is not so strong for the wild horses.

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  49. Feeding the horses is illegal conduct, it is because wild horses can’t consume human diets such as fruit, vegetable and off course burgers.

    oh i just fount out...

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  50. I love horses because they are wonderful animals, but I've never seen wild horses.
    Greetings.

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