Residents to Protest Currituck Wild Horse Tours

No looting and burning expected, just some yard signs over the July 4th weekend, according to a story published this morning by The Virginian-Pilot of Norfolk, VA.

Wild horse tourism is a large part of Corolla’s economy.  “People come specifically to see the horses.  Visitors stay in rental houses and eat and shop locally.”

The horses roam on marshes and beaches north of town, near the Virginia border.

The barrier that keeps the horses away from town was damaged last September by Hurricane Dorian.

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