When I checked in at the ranger station for my overnight camping visit, I noticed this signboard about the proper way of dealing with the wild horses.
Here I am at my reserved camping spot for one night.
I decided to go on a hike down this trail.
The trail turned into old asphalt with a bit of history. This Old Road segment was part of the current road that ends at the trailhead. It was built in the 1950 and in 1962 a storm destroyed the road and it was abandoned. The sign said it is still used by seagulls to drop shellfish on to crack them open for their meal.
I was told there are 83 bears without claws (wild horses) on the island and here are the only 3 I got to see. (2 foreground 1 background)
Above, this person didn’t heed the warnings posted everywhere to keep a bus length distance from the wild horse..
Above on Facebook a horse bite. Ouch!
Trip Advisor post advising they kick and bite!
Then again YouTube video about a lifeguard getting kicked in the head.
While exploring I found this dear. No warning on kicking and biting but kept my distance.
My morning at the campground.