Assateague Steps Up Wild Horse Educational Efforts

An increase in biting incidents at the Assateague Island National Seashore in Maryland has inspired a stricter policy toward visitors wishing to see the national park's famous wild horses. Visitors ignoring the dangers of dealing with any wild animal have caused a recurring problem in the past several years, according to Allison Turner, a biological technician at Assateague

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