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Free-roaming horses in Mesa Verde National Park will soon be rounded up and put up for adoption, according to a recent park decision.
Mesa Verde National Park biologist Paul Morey shows a map of where the wild horses hang out in the park.
A game camera captures images of horses at Mesa Verde National Park chasing elk from a natural spring.
Park service employees Neil Perry and Ranger Jesse Farias discuss the horse issue with protester Denise Miller. Six wild horses died at Mesa Verde during a dry spell in 2014. The park policy is to not feed or water the wildlife so the animals stay wild.

Mesa Verde denies access to horse roundup

Free-roaming horses in Mesa Verde National Park will soon be rounded up and put up for adoption, according to a recent park decision.
Mesa Verde National Park biologist Paul Morey shows a map of where the wild horses hang out in the park.
A game camera captures images of horses at Mesa Verde National Park chasing elk from a natural spring.
Park service employees Neil Perry and Ranger Jesse Farias discuss the horse issue with protester Denise Miller. Six wild horses died at Mesa Verde during a dry spell in 2014. The park policy is to not feed or water the wildlife so the animals stay wild.
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