Bonnie U. Gruenberg | Wild horses of the Atlantic Coast

The free-roaming horses of the Atlantic Coast barrier islands have survived on this ever-changing habitat for hundreds of years. The clever, resilient horses have adapted well to the incursion of people into their home ranges, but the presence of horses on the islands has created friction as factions argue for against their continued residence.
Bonnie U. Gruenberg, a lifelong equestrian, has studied and photographed the wild horses of the Atlantic Coast since the 1990's. She has written 11 books about the Atlantic Coast herds, and three on obstetrical topics.