The effect of Corolla's wild mustangs on the Outer Banks

September 21, 2009
A two-year study could resolve a debate over the effect of Corolla’s wild horses on prime waterfowl habitat.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plans to team with North Carolina State University to conduct exclosure studies within the Currituck National Wildlife Refuge to determine effects of large grazing mammals on three habitat types found there – maritime forests, marshland and wet meadows.

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