Navajo Foals become Ambassadors for Ecology and Horses

How do 17 rescued orphaned Navajo foals raise awareness for Ecology and Horses?

See the article in about WFLF's rescue of these sacred and majestic beings, and learn about several places in the world re-introducing wild horses to their native lands as a way to rejuvenate rangelands.
Horseback Magazine

Lifetime Equine Refuge (LER) is the equine rescue program under Wild for Life Foundation (WFLF), a 501 (c)(3) all volunteer nonprofit charity committed to saving, protecting and preserving wild and domestic equines.  We are dedicated to providing lifesaving stewardship to horses in need, and strive to engage the public in learning experiences that inspire lifelong care and humane treatment for equines. We rescue and evacuate equines from life threatening situations and disaster, and serve the community needs of at risk equines both locally and on a national level. We provide medical care, food, shelter and a 2nd chance at life for rescued wild and domestic equines across the US.

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