Thank you for following along the mustang trail.  On Mustang Wild you will see many images of our wild mustangs, but you will also find other wildlife, as well as the wide open spaces of our west of the northern Great Basin~ SE Oregon. "Mustang Wild" is the photography out on the range by MustangMeg who is a mustang advocate figure-head on facebook. By purchasing prints, you are directly contributing to work for wild horse and burro advocacy- through awareness and providing information, research, photographs, videos and tons of accompanying stories documenting the individual horses, bands, herds- braving the high desert elements to bring these wild horses to you in the comfort of you own home, and together, cracking the mustang social codes.

For specific requests, comments, or information, please contact me at
mustangwild@outlook.com . You may also correspond by standard mail:

WildWind Art
PO Box 785
Lebanon, OR 97355


You can also message me on Mustang Meg, and keep up with the latest, as together, we will "Protect to Preserve" these incredible wild mustangs and burros through social networking.

Working together to keep and WILD in our WEST~

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 "aka" MustangMeg through social media. Besides photography, I also enjoy fine art. Specifically, the mustang art is a series called "For the Mustangs", where a portion benefits wild horses and burros.
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 and the ranges they roam.

By purchasing these images or products, you are contributing to the continued research and documentation through my photography, videos, and stories of our last remaining herds, as well as the wild lands of our northern Great Basin region of southeast Oregon. I will continue providing information on our wild horses, as well as my own contributions to help assure proper and "on the range" management.

Keeping the WILD in our WEST!
Sonya, aka Mustang Meg

www.mustangmeg.com (mustang advocacy on fb)
www.mustangwild.com (photography)

Mustang Wild
PO Box 785
Lebanon, OR 97355
mustangwild@outlook.com 



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179.Teresa Waite(non-registered)
These are the most gorgeous mustangs. Love you photos. Do you sell any of your photos? Thank you.
176.Debbie Rhodes(non-registered)
I love your pictures and blog. Thank you.
175.Holly Rust(non-registered)
Love your work. Thank you for sharing your awesome pics.
174.Martha Dahlman(non-registered)
Meg my oldest son saw a billboard picture of race horses and got so excited and said Hehew on pape go huthut. Translates to "Horses on paper go running." He was about 2 1/2 at the time and he called them "Hehew's" until he was about 5 years of age. Oh he knew they were horses but that was his pet name for them. He still likes horses but doesn't own one. Truckers aren't home enough to take care of one.
I do enjoy all of your pictures and monologues. It makes my day. I log onto Facebook mostly to see what you have posted and I get excited when you post a horse that is new or one we haven't seen in a while. Keep up the good work.
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