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Sable Island, Nova Scotia, Canada Map The reason we have light houses. Look at all the wrecks!!!

Sable Island in the Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia has a thriving population of wild horses. The Sable Island horses are among the few wild horse populations that are entirely unmanaged: they are not subject to any kind of human interference. The Sable Island horses have had legal protection under the Sable Island Regulations of the Canada Shipping Act since 1961.

Sable Island Map by Endless Forms Most Beautiful, via Flickr~ the many shipwrecks of Sable Island

Sambro Island Light, Nova Scotia - oldest working lighthouse in North America built in 1758. Has been designated as "surplus" by the government of Canada (along with many others). They face being sold off or torn down unless communities step in to save them. Candadians can check out the Parks Canada page about this issue here

The volcanic rocks on the shore of Briar's Island, Nova Scotia.

Wild Horses of Sable Island, Nova Scotia, Canada

Sable Island is a year-round home to approximately five people!

The volcanic rocks on the shore of Briar's Island, Nova Scotia. by Kristin.

"The Wild Horses of Sable Island" - New York Spaces - June 2011 - New York, NY

Hill Inlet, Whitsunday Islands National Park, Australia

Sable Island | McLoughlin Lab in Population Ecology