Wild horses will help protect nature in Podyji National Park of – they are coming from England in spring

2017 - 01 - 16

Wild horses coming from Exmoor in England will help preserve two unique localities in Podyji National Park, on the border between the Czech Republic and Austria. Eleven animals brought from England should settle in the National Park this year. The preparations for their arrival started last year in September.

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Wild horses will help protect nature in Podyji National Park of – they are coming from England in spring

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