Wild Horses Of The World
By Kelly Wilson
An honest study of the diverse beauty of the world’s wild horses and the harsh, yet picturesque landscapes they call home.
Wild horses have been an important part of wildlife on Earth for centuries, yet many herds now face serious threats — and very few people can claim to have seen them galloping free across the plains, or scaling mountain passes.
Kelly Wilson has. For this book, she spent years researching the world’s wildest herds, travelling the globe and living among them. From the remote forests of Canada and snowcapped mountains of America, to the unforgiving deserts of Australia and windswept beaches of New Zealand, Kelly has captured a raw and honest portrayal of these animals — their rugged beauty, their unique way of life, and the harsh, yet picturesque landscapes they call home.