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This black horse has been here in the White Mountains for years, always solitary. It must be a hardy individual to be grazing at 10600 ft elevation at 24°F (18°F this morning). The approach range is about this distance—80 meters or so—no closer or he moves off.
This loner equus has ranged here with equanimity for at least four years, a robust individual given its nonchalant grazing at 10,500' elevation in early winter in a cold snowstorm! The mule deer have already descended into warmer valleys to the east where gentler conditions and richer pastures are found.