Kiosk Educates About Wild Horses
Written by Andrew-Rossi on August 23, 2019
Want to learn more about the Wild Horses of the McCullough Peaks?
Look no further than the Wild Horse Highway, just east of Cody, where a local advocacy group has erected a kiosk that educates visitors about the animals and their special relationship to the land.
The Friends of a Legacy, or FOAL, has put the finishing touches on a visitor’s kiosk about 30 miles east of Cody, and the location will be dedicated this Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Marion Morrison, Executive Director for FOAL, says the kiosk answers some of the more frequently asked questions about the herd.
The grand unveiling of the Wild Horse Educational Kiosk, and a celebration of the designation of that stretch of Highway 14/16/20 as Wyoming’s Wild Horse Highway, will be tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the kiosk, which is located 27 miles east of Cody on the north side of the highway.
Morrison says that there will be several speakers at the event, including a blessing of the property by Crow Historian and Storyteller, Grant Bulltail.