Wild Horse Education

Day 4 Triple B; Fast update

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After operations we took a long drive to go see a range not being rounded up.

We are running on little sleep, long drives, daily observations and then processing images and video. We will have a comprehensive look at week one, including the underlying factors, shortly. We will include a more formally edited compilation of video and stills when we find time to upload.

For links to all of the daily reports go HERE.

Today was windy and cold with temperatures during operations never rising far above freezing. The wind may have had something to do with the flight operations of the helicopter; any rise above ground level brought gusts.

Yesterday was slow and easy; today was not. It was cold, windy and it was reflected in movement.

Wild horses captured 36 (14 studs, 16 mares, 6 foals).

 

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Links to other reports from Triple B HERE.

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