Pardon my belatedness. Our trip to Cumberland Island on Sunday provided quite a few sightings. At the start of our hike, there were two wild turkeys with beautiful feathers. On Nightengale Trail we spooked a doe. It bolted up the sand dune, paused for just a moment and took off down the other side. Couldn't get my camera up fast enough.
There were about 20 wild horses grazing on the grounds at the ruins of Dungeness. After just a few shot my camera died! I'm hoping I got a few of the 3 young ones in the herd. We walked right through the largest group. One of the little ones was so cute, pawing at the ground, but staying close to momma.
Our hike back to catch the ferry was interrupted by a dispute between stallions. I'm not sure what the Grey did to upset the Chestnut. But once it was over, the Grey remained on the road glaring at us like it was our fault. After a minute or so, I commented "Hey, we didn't have anything to do with that!" He sauntered off to the roadside, but continued to glare at us "pesky humans."