Is the herd of wild horses at Theodore Roosevelt National Park big enough to survive?

The horses stand on and at the foot of a hillock.

MEDORA, ND The wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park are enclosed within a perimeter fence which prevents the herd from breeding with outside horses to diversify their bloodlines. For decades, official park policy has been to limit herd size to 35-60 horses, a size experts say is too small to guarantee a genetically viable … Read more