Protect Public Lands and the Wild Onaqui Horses — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

By Charlotte Roe | Special to The Tribune By law, the Onaqui horses are a protected wildlife species, an important cultural resource, an integral part of the ecosystem. In the Skull Valley, in Utah’s West Desert, a band of wild horses grazes peacefully. The sand and mountains echo their many colors. Fans of the Onaqui wild horses […]

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