Glad you're here! On Mustang Wild you will see primarily images of our wild mustangs, and wide open spaces of our west, primarily the northern Great Basin~ SE Oregon. On occasion, you may also see a high desert critter or two. "Mustang Wild" is a combination of my two websites, MustangMeg and WildWindArt . By purchasing my prints, you are directly contributing to my work for wild horse and burro advocacy- through Mustang Meg, providing information and research, and documenting the herds- bringing these wild horses to you!

To see my fine art "For the Mustangs" series, please visit the sister site, WildHorseSpirit.
Any of my photographs can also be turned into unique gifts such as coffee mugs, greeting cards, etc. For larger photos, contact me for availability.
Contact me for any special requests
info@wildwindart.com . You may also correspond by USPS:

WildWind Art
PO Box 785
Lebanon, OR 97355


Enjoy the wild ride and thank you for being here!


Where the wild wind blows,
Sonya, aka Mustang Meg


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I photograph wild horses of Oregon, and I am one of many advocates for the current mustang and burro plight, some may know me as MustangMeg through facebook. I also own WildWindArt where I promote my western, wildlife, and wild mustang art work ("For the Mustangs"- benefiting a wild horse organization). So I took two of the names from each, Mustang Meg and WildWind Art, and created... "Mustang Wild". Thank you for being here!

My name is Sonya Spaziani, and I am a graduate from Oregon State University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. I've studied Oregon wild horses since 1994 while out in SE Oregon's Steens Mountain area, when driving around a rimrock, about 40 horses of just about every possible color crossed the little mountain road in front of us- big ones, little ones, manes and tails flying... some walking, some trotting, and some loping. I could still hear the hoof beats on the hard packed earth, smell the sage they brushed by, and taste the dust on my lip. I've been mesmerized by them ever since, wanting to know everything I can about these soul-stirring, pure and natural wild-born creatures. By 2004 with the Burns Amendment of the 1971 Free Roaming Wild Horse and Burro Act, essentially removing much necessary protection, it has become my focus and mission to share awareness in effort to acheive better protection for our wild horses and burros.

By purchasing these images or products, you are contributing to the continued research and documentation of our last few remaining herds, as well as the wild lands of our Great Basin region. I will continue providing information on our wild horses; as well as my own contributions to help assure proper and "on the range" management to wild horse preservation organizations.

Keeping the wild in our west,
Sonya, aka Mustang Meg

www.mustangmeg.com
www.wildwindart.com


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Guestbook for Mustang Wild
83.Pamela J Arteman(non-registered)
Wow my favorite animal, I cannot tell you how beautiful it is to see them living free and in their natural inhabitant. Thank you so much for lifting my spirit and sharing these photos. These are indeed the most beautiful animals alive.
82.Donna Anne(non-registered)
The photography is just splendid.....I hope to be out in North West Wyoming, Idaho this summer. One of my life goals is to actually find a band of mustangs to watch and photograph. I envy you and your life. Thank you for sharing your amazing photo's with everyone.
81.Max Snape, Australia(non-registered)
Thank you for the great photographs of these beautiful creatures. I hope you keep well and take more photographs.
80.Linda Oliver(non-registered)
I so love all of your beautiful photos and videos. They make me feel warm and fuzzy all over when I look at them as I have always loved horses and their beautiful colors and markings. I love to watch them run, rest, etc. If I had enough money I would rescue as many as I could and/or keep them wild and free forever. Wild horses are an inherent heritage of the United States.
79.Linnea Hansen(non-registered)
Sonya, I just wanted to thank you for all the beautiful pictures you take and post. I have been fallowing the plight of our wild horses and burros for a while, now. I can hardly stand to just standby a see it happening. I recently retired and have always had animals, having been raised on a 1,200 acre ranch in western Oregon. I want to help. And in doing so, I want to see the Steens Mt. area and where they live. My partner and I have plans to visit that area this early summer, as that is our favorite part of Oregon.
So, from one Oregon horse girl to another, I truly hope that all you do is successful in saving our wild horses and burros of Oregon. Thank you, so much. Linnea
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