Wild Horses OK After Hurricane Florence

Many wild horses call North Carolina’s Outer Banks home. When Hurricane Florence came ashore, there was concern over the welfare and safety of the animals, but all of the horses have weathered the storm well.

The Corolla Wild Horse Fund and Cape Hatteras National Seashore both have confirmed that their horses are safe and sound; the Corolla horses found higher ground and huddled together against the wind and rain while people kept watch over them.

The horses have all returned to their routines, grazing in their normal areas. The horses have survived in the areas for hundreds of years and know instinctively how to survive a storm—even one with hurricane-force winds.

Read more at Southern Living.


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