Today, there are hundreds of wild horse herds in North America. Their numbers are estimated to be about 15,000 in total where as once vast herds of millions roamed western North America. Even though horses produce just one foal per year, herds can expand 17 percent per year.

The vast majority of wild horses are in Nevada with a fair number spreading throughout the west in Wyoming, Colorado and Oregon — states where there is a lot of public land. Another herd of note are those on the Barrier Islands off the coast of North Carolina.

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