Wild Horses of the West
Guided photo safari into the land of the wild horse.
Adventure Highlights
  • Stallions fighting for male dominance
  • Wild horses walking up to you as curiosity overcomes fear
  • Newborn foals nursing
  • Instruction on digital photography, Photoshop, and wildlife photography techniques
2016 Dates:xJune 12-15

2016 Prices:xFree
Donation: $225

Prices are in US Dollars and subject to increase.

Weldon Lee & Lori Huff

Spend an entire, unforgettable three days photographing a truly unique symbol of the American west – the wild horse.

The location for this workshop hosts three separate bands of wild horses. One of the herds, based on DNA testing and historical evidence, are most likely the last original descendents of those horses left behind by the Spaniards as they marched through Arizona in the 1500’s. Unlike other wild horses, members of this herd sport faint, zebra-like stripes on their knees and hocks, along with black manes, tails, and dorsal stripes. If your desire is to photograph mustangs having a direct lineage to the Spanish ponies brought over by the Conquistadors, then this is the workshop for you. Other likely subjects include the black-tailed prairie dog and a variety of bird-life.

Go Back in Time
to the days when
Wild Horses Roamed the American West

A "Just the Essentials" Adventure

Group Size:xLimited to 10 participants. Small group size allows in-depth instruction along with a high degree of personalized attention for beginners and professionals alike.

Included:xAccess fees, instruction, handouts, complete office support, itinerary as outlined.

Items not included:xTransportation, lodging, meals, beverages, items of a personal nature, activities not specified in itinerary, gratuities, taxes, and travel insurance.

Physical Requirements:xEasy. Limited walking.

Planning Arrivals & Departures:xArrive in Eagle Butte, SD, before 5 p.m. on Day 1. Depart the evening of Day 5.

You have to EXPERIENCE IT . . .