2018: The Year to See Alberta’s Wild Horses

The following is a guest blog from one of Women for Nature members, Sandy Sharkey who is a photographer and nature explorer by heart. Growing up, she spent countless hours catching frogs, saving baby birds, and pouring over every page of the complete Funk and Wagnalls Wildlife Encyclopedia series… dreaming about seeing each and every one of the animals in those books. You can see more of her amazing photography and thoughts about how amazing nature is at: www.sandysharkey.com. The wild stallion appeared at the edge of a forest, his thick bay coat glistening in the sunshine.  Ears perked, eyes alert, he watched me as intently as I watched him.  A spindly twig was tangled in his forelock.  This either added to his… read more →