Welcome to WildHerdz! Most of the images used on our products come from Sand Wash Basin, in Northwest Colorado. Sand Wash Basin is home to large band of Wild Horses! Sand Wash Basin is approximately 160,000 acres of State Land, BLM land and some private land.
You will find our online shops at Create a Photo Calendar, Zazzle, CafePress, Redbubble and ArtofWhere, You'll find unique merchandise, with images of the beautiful horses of Sand Wash Basin on t-shirts, sweatshirts, mugs, stickers, and more.
Your purchase will help support a safer, more sustainable option for the beautiful Wild Horses of Sand Wash Basin. WildHerdz donates 100% of the proceeds to Wild Horse Warriors for Sand Wash Basin, a non-profit working to improve Sand Wash Basin, for our Wild Horses.
WildHerdz Photography created this page as a way to share with you the beauty of the Wild Horses in Sand Wash Basin. Each trip to the Basin brings a new awareness of the harsh but beautiful life these Wild Horses live. You can experience the sight of a new foal, or a life-threatening injury, watch stallions spar for the right to hold on to their band, or watch a stallion lose his band to a new stallion, all in a single day. Or you can drive miles and miles trying to find the Wild Horses.
The Basin isn’t just about the Wild Horses, it is also home to some of the largest trophy elk you will ever see. There are deer, pronghorn, (antelope), rabbits, eagles, both bald and golden, hawks, burrowing owls, rattle snakes, prairie dogs, bob cats and mountain lions. There have even been moose and bear spotted.
The scenery is stark and beautiful. The amount of open space is something that many people will never see anywhere else. You can be on Lookout Mountain and do a 360 and see for miles and miles and never see a building, a vehicle, or another human being. You can spend the entire day in the Basin and never see another person. Cell service is limited, so you can go to the Basin and shut out the rest of the world and take the day to regenerate your body and soul. It truly is an amazing place.
The more involved I became with documenting the herd in Sand Wash Basin, the more I wanted to contribute to the well-being of the herd. From my photos I've created items to sale and am donating all proceeds to Wild Horse Warriors for Sand Wash Basin.
By purchasing one of these products you are helping Wild Horse Warriors protect the wild horses of Sand Wash Basin.
What can be better, make a purchase to help protect the wild horses and receive a beautiful t-shirt or sweatshirt that shows your support.
There are several styles and colors available to meet your needs.
100% of the proceeds from all sales will be donated to Wild Horse Warriors for the VanGogh Fence Project.
Wild Horse Warriors Tours had the pleasure of spending a week in Sand Wash Basin with Cristiane Pravaz. The pages of this calendar are photos of her original paintings inspired by her visit.
We often see groups of wild horses huddled together and wonder what they are saying.
Ohodamaya in Dakota Sioux means respect.
This photos features Kia and Flame
The wild horse of Sand Wash Basin are an inspiration to all of those that visit.
They show us that no matter what our story is, we can all work together.
Orders yours, and let the wild horses of Sand Wash Basin grace your walls year round.