Tag Archives: Corolla Wild Horses

Spring has Sprung for the Corolla Wild Horses

Spring is here, and with that brings some pretty amazing things; bird migrations, softshell crab season, blooming Dogwood, surf swells, and, most adorable of all: wild horse foaling! ‘Tis the season for the fuzzy, lanky and heart melting baby horses. Foaling is the season of birth in our wild herd and it’s a reminder of[Read More…]

World Wildlife Day – OBX Edition

An international day for celebrating animals and raising awareness to their protection and conservation. Happy World Wildlife Day! We are so eager to share this special day with you all! On this international day of celebrating, we’re proud to share what the Outer Banks contributes to the intricate worldwide web of wildlife.  I mean, it[Read More…]

Everybody Loves Raymond

  In the very recent past, the 4×4 area of the Currituck Outer Banks was home not just to wild mustangs, but also cattle, goats, and even buffalo. Local farmers let their livestock graze the island and it was not uncommon to come across long-horned steers on the dunes. There were also a few donkeys[Read More…]

Movie in the Works about Outer Banks Wild Horses

Have you heard the word?  A new film, “Sea Horses” is currently in the works about the wild horses that roam the Outer Banks of North Carolina. World renowned wildlife photographer Doug Gardner has teamed up with OBX local Jared Llyod to put together a documentary/”visual feast” all about the Spanish Mustangs on the OBX. “Jared[Read More…]